Bennett got his acting training on the stage at the Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas, before moving to California with his family in 1990.
Bennett's first role in the voice-over industry was Horace "I.Q." Boothroyd the Third in James Bond Jr.
Afterwards, more roles came which included Brooklyn in Gargoyles, Petrie in The Land Before Time series from the second film onward, Jitters A. Dog in Bonkers, Lord Camembert in Biker Mice from Mars, Roger Dearly, Lieutenant Pug and several others on 101 Dalmatians and Dexter's dad in Dexter's Laboratory.
In 1995, he played what would be his best-known role, the title character in Johnny Bravo and Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women in The What a Cartoon Show!. The show aired from 1997–2004, receiving praise and multiple Annie Award nominations, including one for Bennett.
Later, he did the voices of Drixenol "Drix" Koldriliff in Ozzy and Drix, Clay Bailey on Xiaolin Showdown, Mister Boss and Mister Fizz in Codename: Kids Next Door, Raj on Camp Lazlo, Azmuth in Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Smee and Bones in Jake and the Never Land Pirates, and various other characters in movies, television shows, and video games.
Bennett has also done the voices of the Joker and other characters on Batman: The Brave and the Bold, several characters in T.U.F.F. Puppy, Red Tornado on Young Justice, and Kowalski, Chuck Charles, and the team's computer in The Penguins of Madagascar - the last for which he was awarded the Annie Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in a Television Production" in 2012.
In 2016, Bennett won the Daytime Emmy Award for his performance as Mayor Lusky on the animated series Transformers: Rescue Bots.
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