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Kyle Hebert is a Los Angeles-based anime and video game voice actor whose credits include Wreck-It Ralph/Street Fighter (Ryu), Naruto (Kiba), Bleach (Aizen, Ganju), Kakyoin (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure:. Stardust. Crusaders), League of Legends (Ezreal, Jarvan, and Graves) and Gurren Lagann (Kamina). He is best known as the Narrator and Teen Gohan from the Funimation dub of Dragonball Z, and is currently heard on Dragonball Super on Cartoon Network. Other fan faves include Blue Exorcist (Bon Suguro), Fire Emblem Awakening (Frederick, Validar), Fullmetal Alchemist (Vato Falman), Tales of Symphonia (Richter Abend) and Star Ocean (Dias, Arumat, Crow). Kyle can also be heard in numerous popular shows and games, such as Pokemon (Professor Oak in “Origins”), Digimon (Ballistamon and Dorulumon in “Fusion”), Sonic (Big the Cat in “Colors”), Final Fantasy (Nimbus in “Type-0”), World of Warcraft (Algalon the Observer in “Lich King”, Skylanders, Devil May Cry, Dynasty Warriors, Soul Calibur and Resident Evil. He is also the promo voice of filmmaker, Kevin Smith's Smodcast podcasts. For more info, visit www.kylehebert.com.
In 2000, Jeremy Inman was working as a Firefighter/Paramedic when a friend of his got him to audition for a show called DragonBall Z. That day he got the part of Android 16 and has been working in the industry ever since. Since Android 16, he has voiced characters in countless shows over the years. Just recently cast as Magne in My Hero Academia, other favorites are JJ in Yuri! On Ice, Taurus in Fairy Tail, Magellan in One Piece, and Yo in Dagashi Kashi.
Since his beginnings as a voice actor, Jeremy has moved into full-time voice directing for Funimation. He is especially proud of titles like his current shows Golden Kamuy, and Space Battleship Tiramisu. Others include Saga of Tanya the Evil, Saiyuki Reload Blast, ReLife, and Akashic Records Bastard Magic Instructor.
Aside from his voice and Directing work in anime, Jeremy also has experience working as a 1st AD in Film and television.
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