Fred Tatasciore

Tatasciore in 2018, photo by

Birth Name: Fred Oliver Tatasciore

Place of Birth: New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: June 13, 1968

*father – Italian [including Sicilian]
*mother – English, Scottish, one eighth Swedish, likely Welsh

Fred Tatasciore is an American voice actor. Known for his deep-throated/intimidating vocal performances, he has voiced Marvel characters the Hulk and Beast and DC’s Solomon Grundy, as well as Yosemite Sam, Taz, Soldier: 76, Shao Kahn, and Kakuzu.

Fred’s paternal grandfather was Oliver Tatasciore (the son of Gerardo Tatasciore and Concetta/Concietta Di Toro Marmarella). Oliver was born in Connecticut. Gerardo was born in Bucchianico, province of Chieti, Abruzzo region, Italy, the son of Donato Tatasciore and Annantonia Marusco. Concetta was also born in Bucchianico, the daughter of Raffaele Di Toro Mammarella and Annantonia Panara.

Fred’s paternal grandmother was Stella Caceci (the daughter of Giovanni “John” Caceci and Concetta/Concietta Smario). Stella was born in New York. John was born in Sicily, Italy, the son of Gaetano Caceci and Maria Fontanazzo. Concetta was also from Sicily.

Fred’s maternal grandfather was Glen Ingersol Griffith (the son of Dean Allen Griffith and Christina Ann Reed Corbett). Glen was born in California. Dean was born in Michigan, the son of Plynn A. Griffith and Bertha M. Ingersoll/Ingersol. Christina was born in Scotland, the daughter of Alexander Corbett and Isabella MacKenzie.

Fred’s maternal grandmother was Elaine Hardy (the daughter of Clarence Raymond Hardy and Delia Bertha Barnett). Elaine was born in Utah. Clarence was born in Utah, the son of William Albert Hardy, whose parents were English, and of Clarissa Irene Curtis, whose mother was English. Delia was born in Utah, the daughter of John Charles Barnett, who was English, and of Hilda Maria Peterson, who was Swedish.

Source: Genealogy of Fred’s maternal grandparents, Glen Ingersol Griffith and Elaine Hardy –

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