American Dragon Jake Long
Rene Mujica Ramon

Rene Mujica's most prominent character, Ramon (The Emperor's New School)

Rene Mujica is a voice actor mostly known through his work in the video game industry. As of today, he still occasionally works in the voice acting industry.

Life and career[]

Mujica's career started in 1997 when he played a small character called Bodallio in a TV movie titled Hollywood Confidential. He has also played a waiter in an episode of the Party of Five TV series in 1999. His voice-acting career began in 2000 when he voiced the character Marco in the Animorphs: Know the Secret video game. He has contributed to more than 15 titles (movies, TV series and video games combined) in his entire career.

List of American Dragon: Jake Long Roles[]

Mujica only voices a single character in the entire American Dragon: Jake Long. He gives his voice to Kyle Wilkins, a regular teenager who is also Trixie's love interest. He is only heard in a single episode titled "The Love Cruise" (in Season 2) and has only about five lines in the entire episode.

List of Other Animated Disney Roles[]

Aside from American Dragon: Jake Long, Mujica has voiced a few other characters from other Disney TV series as well as a theatrical movie.

Other Voice Acting Roles[]

Other than Disney, Mujica has also provided his voice to characters featured in Nickelodeon series, most notably Titanium Titan in El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera and Bold Ungataka in Tak & the Power of Juju. He has also done numerous voices in different video games, including Resident Evil 4, True Crime: New York City, Black and Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood.


  • Rene Mujica has voiced two characters named Ramon in his career (in The Emperor's New School and Resident Evil 4);
  • Rene Mujica is often uncredited for his voice acting work depending on the presence the character he voiced had in the featured episode;
  • Rene Mujica's name is very close to René Mugica's, an Argentine actor, film director and screenwriter who lived between 1909 and 1998.