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Crispin Freeman Biography (1972-)
Born February 9, 1972, in Chicago, IL. Addresses: Contact: c/o 1223 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 254, Santa Monica, CA 90403.
- Actor, voice artist, writer
- Birth Details
- February 9, 1972
- Chicago, Illinois, United States
- English voice of Shougo Amakusa, Rurouni Kenshin (anime), 2000
- Appeared as a servant in an episode of The Guiding Light, CBS.
- Young Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, c. 1998
A View from the Bridge, Broadway production, c. 1998
- Emperor Altoum, Princess Turandot, Williamstown Theatre Festival,Williamstown, MA, and Blue Light Theatre Company, McGinn/Cazale Theatre, NewYork City, 2000
- Title role, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 2001
- Appeared as Billy Bitzer, American Silents, Raw Space Theatre, NewYork City; as Dionysus, The Bacchae, Williamstown Theatre Festival; as Walt Whitman, Coelacanth, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City; as Harvey Berman, Common Infractions, Gross Injustices, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA; as first G-man, Dead End, Williamstown TheatreFestival; as Mack, Dead Reckoning, Cherry Lane Theatre; as singer anddancer, The Golden Bird, La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, New York City; as Simon Bliss, Hay Fever, Alley Theatre; as Thomas Jefferson, House Arrest, American Repertory Theatre and Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; as Chronicle reporter, Johnny on the Spot, Williamstown Theatre Festival; as priest, Machinal, Two River Theatre Company; as Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare on the Sound Theatre; asTybalt and the nurse, Shakespeare's R & J, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; as Kevin, To Whom It May Concern, BITEF; and as Hans, Trojan Women: A Love Story, En Garde Arts Theatre, New York City.
- English voice of Zelgadis and additional voices, Slayers Try, Software Sculptors, 1997
- English voice of first host, Assemble Insert, Right Stuf, 2001
- English voice of Manticore, Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), Right Stuf, 2001
- English voice of Tabool, Now and Then, Here and There (also knownas Ima, soko ni iru boku), Central Park Media, 2001
- English voices of Hibiki Amawa and Seiko's father, and director of automated dialogue replacement (ADR), I My Me! Strawberry Eggs, Pioneer Entertainment, 2002
- English voice of Alucard, Hellsing, Pioneer Entertainment, 2002
- English voices of Kira and Rosiel, Angel Sanctuary, Central Park Media; voice of Zander, Battle Force: Andromeda, Dark Nova Entertainment; voice of Zero, Cosmo Warrior Zero; voice of Koji Minamoto, Digimon and Digimon Frontier; voice of Campanella, Galactic Railroad; voice of Dante and additional voices, Geobreeders; voices of doctors, Grave of the Fireflies; voices of Captain Tylor and Justy Ueki Tylor, Irresponsible Captain Tylor (also known as Musekinin KanchouTylor), Right Stuf; voice of galactic emperor and additional voices, Photon, Central Park Media; voices of Grassrunner Maar, Spark, Gabera, Garrack, and Grober, Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic King(also known as Record of Lodoss Wars: Chronicles of the Heroic Knightand Lodoss to Senki: Eiyuu kishi den), U.S. Manga Corp.; voices of Touga Kiryuu and Dios, Revolutionary Girl Utena (also known as Girl Revolutionary Utena,
Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Rose Collection,and Shojo kakumei Utena), Central Park Media; voice of Taishakuten, RG Veda, Clamp Studio; voice of Kagetsu and additional voices, Shamanic Princess, Central Park Media; voices of Zelgadis, Graywords, Prince Hallas, and Actor A, Slayers, Software Sculptors; voice of Zelgadis, Slayers Next, Software Sculptors; voice performer and ADR director for Space Travellers, Media Blasters; voices of Touga Kiryuu and other characters, Utena; voices of Mao Sakusaka and news announcer, and additional voices, The Virgin Fleet; and voices of Kakyou Kuzuki and Fuma, XTV. Many of these videos were originally broadcast in Japanese as television series.
- Writer of English scripts for the anime series Pokemon (also knownas Rocket Monsters,
Pokemon: The Johto Journeys,
Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), The WB and syndicated.
English Scripts for Anime Videos
Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), Right Stuf, 2001
His and Her Circumstances, Right Stuf, 2002
- Other writings include Galactic Railroad and Space Travellers, Media Blasters.
Crispin Freeman, http://home.earthlink.net/~crispin, September 23,2002
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