Flemings before Jeepers was primarily involved in voice work on TV, direct-to-video movies, and Video games. His first screen work was on the 1994 series “Cyberkidz” playing Kyle Cooper in the episode This Is the End Part I. Four years later he appeared in the feature film “Operation Splitsville,” playing Ernie in the comedy.
He then was primarily featured in voiceovers for TV shows such as “Pepper Ann” (2000) and “The Legend of Tarzan.” His voice was featured in TV series such as “Teacher’s Pet,” “Fillmore!,” “Lilo & Stitch: The Series” and “Kim Possible.” His video game voiceovers include “Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour,” “The Emperor’s New Groove,” “The Lion King: Simba’s Mighty Adventure,” and “Kingdom Hearts.”
Other credits while still in his teens saw him appear in the direct to video “Winter Wonderland” as Young Max and voice work on the TV movie “Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time” and a feature-length version of “Teacher’s Pet” as the voice of Leonard.
Shaun Fleming after completing voice work on the series Kim Possible for 29 episodes had no other credits until he did voice work for the video game “Kingdom Hearts Re: coded” and three years later in the video short “Lana Del Rey: Young and Beautiful” as himself.
Fleming later moved on to become an accomplished musician and is known as the former live drummer of the indie rock band Foxygen and the creator of the solo project Diane Coffee.[addthis tool=”addthis_relatedposts_inline”]