"Doom Patrol" unnecessary "(voice)" attributes

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Something I was not able to correct despite trying and it's really becoming a bit of a problem. On "Doom Patrol" two characters from the main cast are portrayed by two actors each: Cliff Steele/Robotman is portrayed by Brendan Fraser and Riley Shanahan, while Larry Trainor/Negative Man is portrayed by Matt Bomer and Matthew Zuk.  

Fraser and Bomer portray characters in some pivotal scenes, flashbacks, dream sequences, hallucinations and voice, while Zuk and Shanahan portray very physical aspects with heavy costumes. The problem is that every single instance of Bomer and Fraser erroneously labeled as "(voice)" on IMDb, which is surprisingly, very much incorrect. So far at the very least first four episodes (I'm yet to see the fifth) featured at least one scene each with Bomer and Fraser as their characters in full live-action sequences. Fraser might need re-checking in the third episode because I don't remember him having a full scene in this one, but Bomer definitely had one full scene in that episode and both he and Fraser definitely appear in each episode apart from that.      

I think "(voice)" attributes should be removed from all of the instances of upcoming episodes as well and should be assigned only when necessary, because so far most of them were erroneous.  
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Posted 8 months ago

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Thanks Nikolay, I've done so now and made some further internal edits to prevent these from being re-added without further confirmation.

Regards,
Will
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Great thanks, Will!