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Charlie Campbell

Special Guest

ADR Director/Actor/Producer/Writer/Composer. English VA for Sorahiko Torino aka Gran Torino in
My Hero Academia, Leader X in Gatchaman,
Wakaba Mine in Fairy Tail, Watanabe in The Devil
is a Part-Timer!, Fritz in Attack On Titan, Eyes in
Akame ga Kill!, Old Man Owl in Sonic the
Hedgehog The Movie (1996 OVA), Hakurou in
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Fujitora
and Carne in One Piece, Pell in Dragonball Super,
Natori in Dr. Stone, and Killowog in DC Universe
Online (Video Game) just a few of the many roles
in his storied acting career thusfar!
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Charles “Charlie” Campbell started out as ADV Films' first in-house ADR audio engineer after graduating from the University of Houston. While he attended University, he apprenticed under Paul Killam who also came onboard after having worked with ADV before acquiring their own studio.

Charlie sat behind the mixing board through many Anime classics, including Neon Genesis Evangelion, Blue Seed, Battle Angel, Golden Boy and even the live action giant monster classic Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (for which he and Paul composed and recorded the closing theme song for the English titles). 
He then moved to Austin in 1998 to help spearhead ADV's Monster Island Studios branch. His directorial and writing debut was in 2000's Lost Universe. After many storied years there, and after directing the dub of Korean "live action" hit No Blood, No Tears in 2004, he was summoned back to Houston. There he directed and produced the 105-episode Science Ninja Team Gatchaman dub as well as continuing the Ruroni Kenshin Samurai X OVA series, 009-1, Project Blue: Earth SOS, and many other titles.

Now based in the DFW area, in addition to writing and directing, Charlie continues voice
acting in scores of Anime, Video Game and Live-Action titles. He most recently directed Initial D Legend, The Life of Budori Guskou for Sentai Filmworks as well as Seobok for LazuArts. Currently he is voicing Gran Torino in “My Hero Academia,” Fujitora in “One Piece,” Okuma in “Shin Ultraman {Live Action}”, and Hakurou in “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” to name a few.
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