Andrew Love is a Voice Actor who works for Seraphim Digital Studios and FUNimation. He's capable of acting as most personalities, be they Large Hams, Ordinary High School Students, or Stoics, and this versatile range keeps him from being pidgeonholed. Thanks to his deep voice however, he's best suited to play males with larger builds or who are older than teenagers. He's best known as the voice of Akio Furukawa in CLANNAD and Toshizo Hijikata in Hakuouki.He was married to fellow voice actress Emily Neves, although in 2015, she announced that they are divorced, but are still friendly with each other.His Japanese counterparts are Rikiya Koyama and Tomoaki Maeno and his Californian counterparts are Kaiji Tang, Crispin Freeman, Kyle Hebert, Lex Lang, and Richard Epcar, and his Canadian counterpart is Michael Dobson.
- Admiral Akainu in One Piece
- Adam Blade in NEEDLESS
- Akainu, Mr. 5, Kumadori, and Camu in One Piece
- Akio Furukawa in CLANNAD
- Enrique and Zatoh Randohoon in Book of Bantorra
- Fred in Halo Legends (Darrin'd by Travis Willingham in Halo 5: Guardians)
- Fujimaki in Angel Beats!
- Hades in Appleseed (Sentai Dub)
- Hampnie Hambart in Sunday Without God
- Hideo Kuki in Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! a.k.a. Majikoi
- Hugh in Kiba
- Jerso in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
- Masaki Murakami in Guyver: The Bio-Boosted Armour
- Mink in DRAMAtical Murder
- Lieutenant Otis "Bugspray" Hacks in Starship Troopers: Invasion
- Sentaro Kawabuchi in Kids on the Slope
- Siam in Canaan
- Soichirou Takagi in High School Of The Dead
- Toshizo Hijikata in Hakuouki
- Zenkichi Yitoyoshi in Medaka Box
Tropes associated with Andrew Love:
- Badass Baritone: Many of his characters are this, as his voice is naturally very deep, and he's very good at utilizing it the way it needs to. Unfortunately he's been cast in a few roles that his voice was probably a little too deep for when taking in account their appearance.
- Large Ham: He is an extraordinary ham when he needs to be, such as when he voiced Akio Furukawa, Hideo Kuki, and Soichirou Takagi
- Man of a Thousand Voices: While his voice is usually easily recognizable, he is capable of convincingly playing Hot-Blooded Large Hams, Quiet Stoics, Ordinary High School Students, and even some Unlucky Everydudes.
- Rated M for Manly: A lot of characters he voiced falls into this trope.