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Jesus Barrero (born 26 July 1958, died 2016) was a Mexican voice actor better known for doing the voice of Luke Skywalker from the Original Trilogy of Star Wars, Saiya from Saint Saiya (Caballeros del Zodiaco in Latin America) and Rex from Toy Story. He performed the Voices of Rick Hunter, Lynn Kyle, Sean Phillips, Louie Nichols (some episodes), and Scott Bernard in the original Spanish dub of Robotech.
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