Antony Alexander Del Rio (born October 2, 1991 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor and voice actor. He began his acting career at age 4 when he filmed his first national commercial for AT&T, and has since grown to do voice-over work. His best known roles are Ekko from League of Legends, Reptil from The Super Hero Squad Show, and Pit from Kid Icarus: Uprising.
Despite being an adult nowadays, Antony is notable for having a wide vocal range, making him able to do a highly diverse set of voices. He's even among the very few male voice actors who can pull of a young boy voice, and this talent gets him constantly played as young boys when the casting agency isn't in the mood for Cross-Dressing Voices. However, this greatly discredits the man's scope of voice, as he's capable of doing that to relatively-adult sounding voices to full-on baritones.
- League of Legends: Ekko
- Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes: Chico
- Super Hero Squad Online: Reptil, Angel, Human Torch, Iceman
- Kid Icarus: Uprising and Super Smash Bros.: Pit, Dark Pit
- God of War: Ascension: Young Kratos
- LEGO Marvel's Avengers: Reptil
- Fire Emblem Fates: Percy, Silas
- Injustice 2: Blue Beetle / Jaime Reyes
- Agents of Mayhem: Herman Jimenez / Mixer
- The Super Hero Squad Show: Reptil
- Avengers, Assemble!: Inferno / Dante Pertuz
- He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021): Duncan/Man-at-Arms
- She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Kyle
- Star Wars Resistance: Kel
- Twelve Forever: Todd
- Man of a Thousand Voices : Between youths like Pit and Percy to more adult-sounding voices like Ekko and Silas, Antony's scope of voices is extremely impressive.
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: Due to being one of the very few adult male voice actors capable of voicing young boys, he's very often casted as Cheerful Children, or just kids in general. However, as mentioned, he's more than capable of different roles.
- Star-Making Role: His roles as Ekko from League of Legends, Reptil from The Super Hero Squad Show, and Pit from Kid Icarus: Uprising were what really cemented him as a household voice actor among both gamers and cartoon enthusiasts.