Dex Manley is an accomplished actor with a wide range of talent, training and experience in theatre, improv, stand-up comedy and voice over acting.
Starred as Italian Mob Boss "Tommy Two-Toes" in "Bullets, Blood & A Fist Full of Cash!" the Tarantino styled action thriller written & directed by Sam Akina; as slacker "Bruce" in the karaoke comedy movie "Unsung" directed by Matt Daniels; as the comically creepy "Larry the Undertaker" in the feature thriller "Natural Possessions" by Antony DeGennaro and as the wry southern mental ward supervisor in "Bloody Mary, Legend of the Mirror Witch" by Rick Valentine. Dex also appeared at the Seattle International Film Festival in one of only a few annually produced "Fly Films".
Performed leading roles in theater as "Harold Hill" in The Music Man, "Tony" in The Boyfriend, "Orin the Dentist" in Little Shop of Horrors and "Floyd Spinner" in Love, Sex and the IRS.
Hosted a radio show for children on Kidstar radio network with more than a million daily listeners. Dex is regularly hired as a voice over artist for clients including Microsoft, IMAX Theaters, Nintendo, Alaska Airlines and other award winning companies. Dex has performed in many award winning commercials including a National Gold Addy Award.
Dex has performed major roles as a voice-over actor in more than 30 video games for such interactive giants as Microsoft, Sierra and Humongous. Dex is featured as the voice of "Barry D Jay" in Backyard Basketball, which earned an Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Family PC Game of the year Award.
At age 19, Dex was "Bachelor #1" on the classic television game show The Dating Game; Dex won the game and a trip to Europe. Dex also appeared on the pilot episode of the critically acclaimed television series Northern Exposure and has performed leading roles in television commercials for DA Davidson Alaska Airlines and others.
As a musician Dex was the over the top vocalist and front man for the Seattle Funk band Hipbone from '91-'96 and has performed as a vocalist in many different genres for other commercial media since that time. In high school Dex was awarded Best Male Vocalist in a Musical Production and Best Bass Choir Vocalist.