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Robin Atkin Downes

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* [[2006]] - ''[[EA's The Battle for Middle-earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king]]'' - [[Angmar]] Builder, Black Orc
 
* [[2006]] - ''[[EA's The Battle for Middle-earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king]]'' - [[Angmar]] Builder, Black Orc
 
* 2006 - ''[[EA's The Battle for Middle-earth II]]'' - Angmar Builder, Black Orc
 
* 2006 - ''[[EA's The Battle for Middle-earth II]]'' - Angmar Builder, Black Orc
* [[2003]] - ''[[The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring]]'' - [[Legolas of Mirkwood|Legolas]], Elven Lightbearer
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* [[2003]] - ''[[The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring]]'' - Elven Lightbearer
* 2003 - ''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|The Hobbit]]'' - [[Fíli]], [[Kíli]], Master of the Elves
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* 2003 - ''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|The Hobbit]]'' - Additional voices
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According to his official resumé[http://www.robinatkindownes.com/animation_resume.pdf], Atkin Downes voiced [[Legolas of Mirkwood|Legolas]] in ''War of the Ring'' and [[Fíli]], [[Kíli]] and "Master of the Elves" in ''The Hobbit''. It is unclear whether he actually voiced these characters: [[Grant George]] is also credited for the voice of Legolas, and the voice of Kíli sounds surprisingly much like [[Tom Kane]]. 
  
 
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Robin Atkin Downes is a British actor.

He auditioned for the role of Aragorn in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings. Atkin Downes was stated as trying out for the role but was not what the casting crew was looking for. He did voice several characters in video games, but none of them were Aragorn.

Roles

Additional

According to his official resumé[1], Atkin Downes voiced Legolas in War of the Ring and Fíli, Kíli and "Master of the Elves" in The Hobbit. It is unclear whether he actually voiced these characters: Grant George is also credited for the voice of Legolas, and the voice of Kíli sounds surprisingly much like Tom Kane.

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