Creator: Crispin Freeman

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Hellsing (more or less)

Rejoice, Troper. Crispin Freeman will be described here.

Crispin Freeman is one of the more popular voice actors in the business, and, well, what can we say, the guy's got talent for characters that are Hot-Blooded or smug or a complete jerk or heroic or snarky or Badass or...just about anything.

Crispin seems to be fascinated by the use of myths in anime, and regularly hosts panels at cons on the subject. He's also a fan of Hayao Miyazaki, and finally got the chance to provide a voice for the dub of Howl's Moving Castle with the (albeit minor) role of Prince Justin. He's also quite fond of Opera and actually sang some at a convention. He's been doing union voice work in anime since 2005.

He seems to be cast alongside Quinton Flynn frequently, in addition to either fighting side-by-side with or harboring a personal grudge against Johnny Yong Bosch. His sister is actress Cassidy Freeman. No relation to now-retired Funimation voice actor Scott Freeman.

Not to be confused with any other Freeman on this wiki.

He also has a podcast entitled Voice Acting Mastery, focusing on providing tips, tricks, and insider information on becoming a voice actor.

Also has a Twitter account and a YouTube account.

He's the California counterpart of Japan's Takehito Koyasu and Tomokazu Sugitanote , as well as Texas's J. Michael Tatum (Dallas) Mike McFarland (Dallas) and Andrew Love (Dallas and Houston), and Canada's Michael Adamthwaite, Hiro Kanagawa and Paul Dobsonnote . Keith Silverstein, Marc Diraison, and to some degree, Matthew Mercer are considered to be his successors, particularly in non-union dubs.

Notable roles by Crispin Freeman:



Video Games

Western Animation

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