Jeff Nimoy

Emmy Award winner Jeff Nimoy adapted, voice directed, and served as story editor for the top rated Fox Kids show Digimon: Digital Monsters (he also voiced many characters). He also adapted and voice directed the theatrically released 20th Century Fox animated feature Digimon: The Movie, and the television sequel, Digimon: Revenge of Diaboromon for Disney. He served as executive producer and writer on numerous other Fox Kids shows as well. But the anime community also knows him as the voice for the popular character Wolfwood, from the hit cult series Trigun.

Prior to that he was nominated for three Emmy awards in four years, winning once for his comedic work as a writer/producer/voice director for NFL Films Presents on ESPN and Fox. He was also the voice director for the NETFLIX anime series ULTRAMAN, starring Josh Hutcherson of “Hunger Game” fame. In addition, he adapted and/or voice directed several popular Cartoon Network series including Naruto, Bleach, Zatch Bell, and Bo-bobo; the animated series Mega Man for KIDS WB; Digimon Data Squad and Robodz, for Disney XD; and “STITCH!” (the new adventures of Stitch from “Lilo & Stitch”) for DISNEY CHANNEL.

In 2013 Jeff produced and directed a web video for starring Billy Crystal, to promote Billy’s autobiography, “Still Foolin’ ‘Em.” In 2014 Jeff produced a series of TV and web commercials for Walmart’s “Holiday Hub” campaign, starring Anthony Anderson and Melissa Joan Hart. During this time he also developed a sitcom he created for Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video and MTV.

In 2013 Jeff also produced, wrote, and directed original content for many websites owned by SpinMedia (formally BuzzMedia), including,,,, and He worked with major brands like Google, Miracle Whip, Smirnoff Ice, and Hanes. He also voice directed the American version of Tree Fu Tom, a kids’ series for NBC and Freemantle. In 2014, he voice directed the American version of Chavo, the historic Spanish language animated series.

In 2019 Jeff wrote, produced, directed, and starred in his first live-action feature entitled, “Fame-ish.” It is currently being submitted to film festivals and will be touring anime conventions and comic cons starting in 2020.

Jeff is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts

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