Crispin FreemanVoice Actor
Crispin Freeman has been portraying characters in anime for over 6 years. He got his start playing Zelgadis Graywords in The Slayers. Since then he's played Alucard in Hellsing, Balmung in .hack//SIGN, Amon in Witch Hunter Robin, Fuma Monou in X, Duskmon/Koichi in Digimon, Alan Gabriel in The Big O, Iketani (Cole) in Initial D, Touga Kiryuu in Revolutionary Girl Utena, Captain Tylor in The Irresponsible Captain Tylor, Spark, Maar, Gaberra, Groder and sometimes Garrack (whew!) in Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight, Kagetsu in Shamanic Princess, Rosiel in Angel Sanctuary, Campanella in Night on the Galactic Railroad, Saotome in Boogiepop Phantom and many others! Current and Upcoming shows include Last Exile where he plays Alex Rowe, Wolf's Rain where he'll be playing Tsume and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex where he'll be playing Togusa.
Crispin has also directed and starred in I, My, Me, Strawberry Eggs and Space Travellers. He's worked as a script adaptor for Pokemon, Witch Hunter Robin, Strawberry Eggs, Shamanic Princess, Night on the Galactic Railroad, Assemble Insert, Weather Report Girl and Boogiepop Phantom.
Crispin has acted theatrically on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theater and Off-Broadway at the Blue Light Theater and Irish Repertory Theater in New York. He has also performed at numerous regional theaters such as The American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA, the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, the Alley Theater in Houston, TX and the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
He originally hails from Chicago, Illinois and Livingston, Montana. He got his undergraduate degree from Williams College where he majored in Theater and minored in Computer Science. Afterwards he went to Columbia University's Graduate Theater School where he got his Masters of Fine Arts in Acting. He's watched anime since he was a child, growing up on Speed Racer, Star Blazers, Battle of the Planets and Robotech and is so happy to be working on animation as an adult.
You can find out more about him on his web site: www.crispinfreeman.com