Known For: Vegeta and Picollo in Dragon Ball Series, One Piece, Fullmetal Alchemist, Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia
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Currently tallying well over 650 roles spanning in video games, anime, television and film, Christopher R. Sabat has been an active part of the entertainment industry since 1998.
Starting his career as the Voice Director of the hit anime series Dragonball Z, he is best known as the show’s antihero Vegeta, and Piccolo the brooding green father figure. Christopher also voiced many other characters in Dragonball Z including Yamcha, Mr. Popo, Kami, Korin, Burter, Shenron, Zarbon, Guru, and many more. His other popular voice roles include Zoro (One Piece), Alex Luis Armstrong (Fullmetal Alchemist), Elfman (Fairy Tail), Roronoa, Ayame Sohma (Fruits Basket), Saiga Tatsumi (Speed Grapher), Kurogane (Tsubasa Chronicles), Daisuke Jigen (Lupin III), Father Tres (Trinity Blood), Braun (Stiens Gate), Giroro (Sgt Frog), Rundas (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption), Garterbelt (Panty and Stocking), Sakaki (Kenichi), Masa (My Bride is a Mermaid), Saito (Darker Than Black), Woerman (Attack on Titan), and Alex D (Deus Ex: Invisible War).
Most recently, he can be heard as All Might on My Hero Academia; Kyoma Mabuchi in Dimension W; Yano Sukehiro in Black Clover; Rath, Geoff and Attikus in Gearbox’s Battleborn; Batou in the Ghost In the Shell: Arise series; Goro Sasabe in Free! Eternal Summer; Sakuya Togane in the second season of Psycho-Pass; Christophe Giacometti in Yuri On Ice; Jason in Tokyo Ghoul, and Mondo in Dangan Ronpa.
In 2004, he founded Okratron 5000, a voiceover production studio based in Dallas, Texas which he continues to run to this day. To see him in one of his rare film appearances, find him opposite of Michael Madsen in the ridiculous horror film Lumberjack Man.