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Víctor Hugo Aguilar Santana (born on November 2, 1969) is a Mexican voice actor, best known as the Latin American voice of Johnny Bravo, I.M. Weasel and Mace Windu. He started his carreer as a voice actor in 1989.

Due to their similar voices, many have confused him with fellow Baritone of Strength Blas García. This isn't too suprising, considering they have shared many characters and dubbed many of the same actors, such as Sylvester Stallone and Samuel L. Jackson.

Although not as known for it, Aguilar was also the announcer's voice for La Oreja, a show business TV show which ran from 2002-09.

As a curious fact, and rather suprisingly, he actually is related to Carlos Santana; the famous cuban musician is his uncle.

Notable Roles



As the VA of Sylvester Stallone

As the VA of Samuel L. Jackson

Other roles

Western Animation

Video Game

His voice roles include examples of:

  • Man of a Thousand Voices: He can portray comedic and serious characters well.
  • Role Reprise: Thanks to Aguilar's usual voice tone, he's one of the more notorious Latin American voice actors to do this after noticeably long periods of time. Examples include reprising Johnny Bravo's voice for the movie Johnny Bravo Goes To Bollywood (seven years after the original series ended), and Spawn for Mortal Kombat 11 (a whopping twenty-one years after Todd McFarlane's series ended).