Chuck Huber

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Chuck Huber
Chuck Huber, 2015 Phoenix Comicon (crop).jpg
Huber at the 2015 Phoenix Comicon
Born Charles Cody Huber
(1971-05-08) May 8, 1971 (age 47)
Chicago, Illinois
Residence Fort Worth, Texas[1]
Education BFA, 1994, Theater Arts, DePaul University[2]
Occupation Voice actor
  • Kirsten Fischer (m. 1998–2014)
  • Jessica von Braun (m. 2016)
Children 6

Charles Cody "Chuck" Huber (born May 8, 1971) is an American voice actor, ADR director and ADR script writer primarily known for his work for Funimation and OkraTron 5000. He has provided numerous voices for Japanese anime series and video games. He is best known for his anime dub roles of Hiei from Yu Yu Hakusho, Dr. Franken Stein from Soul Eater, and Android 17 and Pilaf from Dragon Ball Z.


Huber (fourth from left) with the cast of Star Trek Continues

Huber has also been a TV, film and stage actor in over 20 years, most notably at Chicago’s Steppenwolf and Goodman Theaters;[3] as the Director/Writer of Arbor Day - The Musical;[1] as a producer, co-writer and co-star of the bi-lingual feature Fragility of Seconds,[4] which took the top prize at the Houston International Film Festival;[3] and in guest starring roles on NBC, FOX, CBS dramas. Huber is a Stage West board member.

Huber has also worked in the education field as a workshop leader, teacher and principal for 20 years in a variety of settings from Southern Methodist University's Cox School of Business to communities in Owerri, Nigeria; as a founder, consultant or board member for five different schools, and as an author of numerous articles for education periodicals, children's books, plays and screenplays.[5]

Personal life[edit]

On December 15, 2010, Huber suffered a heart attack.[6] As a self-employed actor, he had no medical insurance, however many friends and fans made donations to help cover the expenses. He has since made a full recovery.[7]

Huber was previously married to Kirsten Fischer, with whom he has six children.[8] In 2015, Huber became engaged to artist Jessica von Braun and they were married November 2016.[9][10]



Voice acting[edit]




Video games[edit]



  • Huber, Chuck; Huber, Kirsten (1996). Zak and the Three Tree. Firefly Works. 42pp. ISBN 978-0970266606. 
  • Huber, Chuck; von Braun, Jessica (2015). The Dreams of the Invisible Girl. Hound Comics. 40pp. ISBN 978-1939991614. 


  1. ^ a b Lowry, Mark (2012-06-06). "Fort Worth's Leading Male Actors". Indulge Magazine, Fort Worth Star-Telegram. 
  2. ^ "TSNews: Theater School News" (PDF). 7 (9). DePaul University. 31 May 2004: 9. 
  3. ^ a b "Catholic Actor/Producer Screens First of Several Upcoming Films in Indy". Catholic Online. Catholic PRWire. 2008-12-02. 
  4. ^ Leydon, Joe (2008-04-12). "Fragility of Seconds shows the evil men do - Call it a tragic thriller". Houston Chronicle. 
  5. ^ "Chuck Huber - "A unique blend of faith"". CMG Booking. Archived from the original on 2011-11-08. Retrieved 2012-06-27. 
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  8. ^ "Mini A-Kon VII (archived)". 2016-03-04. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2017-07-14. 
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  10. ^ "Jessica von Braun". DeviantArt. * Stitchpunk89 (August 9, 2015): Aren't you the same Jessica Von Braun who's engaged to Chuck Huber? (Sorry to ask, I just have to know!😄 solocosmo (August 28, 20150: Yes :) 
  11. ^ "Chuck Huber" [1], IMDB,Retrieved on January 21, 2016.
  12. ^ "The Boy and the Beast's English Dub Cast, March Opening Announced". Anime News Network. Retrieved January 19, 2016. 
  13. ^ Initial D. Season 1. Episode 12. Funimation. 
  14. ^ "Clifford Chapin, Chuck Huber Star in Funimation's Servamp English Broadcast Dub". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 19, 2016. 
  15. ^ Borderlands 2 Manual (PDF). Steam. Valve Corporation. p. 30. Retrieved 2012-10-23. 
  16. ^ 2K Australia, Gearbox Software. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!. 2K Games. Scene: Closing credits, 3:50 minutes in. 

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