If you’re familiar with the 90’s anime classic known as Yu Yu Hakusho, then you already know who this next voice actor is. They say that in order to become voice actor, one must not neglect to learn the basics of acting on stage! This awesome voice actor has been acting on TV, on film, and on stage for over 20 years. (Which might explain the grey hair, but what most people call old we call experienced!) That’s right anime fans! Tonight we bring you the one and only, Chuck Huber! 🙂
Born May 8, 1971 from the “Windy City” of Illinois, Chuck has been a TV/film/stage actor for over two decades. He was the Director/Writer for Arbor Day – The Musical, and was a producer, co-writer, and co-star for the bi-lingual feature Fragility of Seconds. He also had guest starring roles on NBC, CBS, and FOX for a lot of their dramas, which you might wanna check out if you get the chance. He’s also on Star Trek Continues as Leonard McCoy. Chuck is also a former workshop leader, principal, and a teacher for 20 years; ranging from places like Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business, to communities in Owerri, Nigeria. Needless to say, he’s done a lot!
TV-wise you can see him as Dean Hanson in American Crime. Movie-wise you can see him as Hugh Jamieson in Parkland. Anime-wise you know him as Garlic Jr. and Android 17 in Dragon Ball Z, Stein in Soul Eater, Konoka’s father in Negima! Magister Negi Magi, the Game Master in Sekirei, Shou Tucker in FMA, Hiro in Shin Chan, and so many others. Aside from doing these awesome anime voices for us, Chuck is also an ADR script writer for various titles like Baccano, Spice and Wolf, Sgt. Frog, and a few others. We of course had the pleasure of meeting him in Baltimore, MD during AniMore 2017. Be sure to check your local conventions around your region or area to find out where Chuck will be next!
You can follow Chuck on all of his anime voice acting adventures on Twitter @Chuck_Huber! Be sure to support him in all that he does to make you guys (the fans) happy! 🙂