David Kaye as Megatron

David Kaye has played Megatron in the Transformers franchise in several different programs. Megatron is certainly one of David’s favorite characters and a big fan favorite. Here’s a brief history of video clips of David Kaye as Megatron. It starts with Beast Wars. Enjoy!

Robot Chicken (TV Series) 2018
Robot Chicken is an adult animated stop motion sketch comedy series. The series has aired for 10 seasons between 2005 and 2019. Robot Chicken has won an Annie Award and six Emmy Awards.


Transformers: Cybertron (TV Series) 2005-2006
“Transformers: Cybertron” was a 52-episode series set in the Transformers universe. It was the final installment of a trilogy with “Transformers: Armada” and “Transformers: Energon”.


Transformers: Energon (TV Series) 2004
The animated series “Transformers: Energon” ran for one season and was a direct sequel to “Transformers: Armada.”


Transformers (Video Game) 2004
The “Transformers” video game from 2004 was based on “Transformers: Armada.” In the game, the Autobots and the Decepticons search for the recently discovered Mini-Cons on Earth.


Transformers: Armada (TV Series) 2002-2003
The animated series Transformers: Armada, began a new universe for Transformers and was unrelated to the previous Transformers series. The series produced 13 episodes.


Beast Wars: Transformers (TV Series) 1996-1999
“Beast Wars: Transformers” is set in the future after the events of “The Transformers” and features the Maximals and Predacons. The Beast Wars Megatron is a popular character with Transformers fans around the world.


Transformers Beast Wars Transmetals (Video Game) 1999
“Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals” is a 1999 versus fighting game based on the Beast Wars cartoon series for the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation.


Beast Machines: Transformers (TV Series) 1999-2000
The “Beast Machines: Transformers” television series was a direct sequel to Beast Wars. The series ran for two seasons.


David discussing the origins of the Megatron voice for Beast Wars.
Here’s David at a question and answer sessioni at CybFestNW 2019. He discusses the origin of his Megatron voice for “Beast Wars: Transformers.”