Wes goes by many other names: Sheogorath. Hermaeus Mora. Lucien Lachance. The Silver Shroud. Fawkes. Moe Cronin. Imperial Guards. Ron Hope. Hey You! Just to name a few. Here are a few details…
AH yes, he’s been expecting you. Wes was the guy who questioned you fresh off the boat in Bethesda Game Studio’s “MORROWIND.” He was both the Criminal Scum and the Guards who arrested them in “OBLIVION” as well as a Daedric Price of Madness named Sheogorath. Wes returned to Tamriel and the Elder Scrolls series in “SKYRIM”, reprising Sheo, Lucien, and Hermaeus Mora. HE IS CURRENTLY reprising Hermaeus Mora as the lead in the Elder Scrolls Online Chapter: NECROM and appears in STARFIELD as Corporate Overlord Ron Hope. Wes reprised his Arena Announcer and Sheogorath from OBLIVION in ELDER SCROLLS: LEGENDS and ELDER SCROLLS: BLADES. Wes was The Despot of Markarth, Ard Caddach in ELDER SCROLLS ONLINE: MARKARTH.
Wes was every Protectron Robot in Fallout 76, FO4 and FO3, fought for JUSTICE as The Silver Shroud and sold “Swattahs” in the wastelands of “FALLOUT 4.” Wes stole your kills as Fawkes, swayed you to to do evil as Mr Burke, and bitched a lot as Scribe Bigsley in in “FALLOUT 3.” He fought famous Starship Captains as Klingons in “STAR TREK: LEGACY and CONQUEST, can be found as Maghar Orcs in “World of Warcraft.”
There are other things he cannot talk about… YET.
Wes has been proudly UNLEASHING THE FURY and calling goals for the NHL’s WASHINGTON CAPITALS since forever (and has a great big Championship ring to show for it).
Wes has been SEEN as well as heard in feature films such as Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up,” John Waters’ “A Dirty Shame,” Chris Rock’s “Head of State,” “The Invasion,” “For Richer or Poorer,” and has made appearances on HBO’s “VEEP,” “The Wire,” and NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street.” Wes was in a pilot with the late, great Ed Asner and has voiced SpongeBob Squarepants promos on Nickelodeon. He has three films coming out this year, including the just released horror film “Last Night at Terrace Lanes.”
A comedian and impressionist, Wes worked morning radio at WHFS-FM, was the comedy co-host on a national radio show with the late Wolfman Jack, and has performed songs on “The Doctor Demento Show.” In the end, Wes is happiest about his role as husband to Kim and father to Ben, Sam and Max. He is owned by a spoiled Chi-weenie.