Samuel Vincent

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Samuel Vincent
Born (1971-10-05) October 5, 1971 (age 45)
North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Other names Sam Vincent, Sam Khouth, Samuel Khouth
Occupation Voice actor, singer
Years active 1987–present

Samuel Vincent (born October 5, 1971)[1] is a Canadian voice actor and singer.


His best-known roles are perhaps Edd from Ed, Edd n Eddy and Krypto in the Cartoon Network TV series Krypto the Superdog. His notable anime roles include Athrun Zala from Gundam Seed, Hikaru Shindo from Hikaru no Go, Peach Man (Tokajin) from InuYasha, Ghost Cat and Curry Man from Ranma ½, and Julian Star from Cardcaptors. Other roles include Forge from X-Men Evolution and Baby Bugs, Baby Daffy and Baby Tweety from Baby Looney Tunes, Sideswipe from Transformers: Armada and the voices of Aerrow and Dark Ace from Storm Hawks. He is also known for Sonic's singing voice in Sonic Underground, and the title character and the alien Billy of Martin Mystery.

Samuel started voice acting in 1990. He is often cast as friends with Matt Hill, most famously as Double D (Vincent) and Ed (Hill) from Ed, Edd n Eddy; as the two protagonists of the Gundam SEED franchise, Athrun Zala (Vincent) and Kira Yamato (Hill); as Chris (Vincent) and Danny (Hill) from Monster Buster Club; and as Aerrow (Vincent) and Finn (Hill) on Storm Hawks. He is sometimes credited as Sam Vincent or Sam Khouth.





Year Title Role Song Artist/Writer
1999 Sonic Underground Sonic (singing voice) Mike Piccirillo
Jean-Michel Guirao
2012–2015 My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Flim
Party Favor
"The Flim Flam Brothers Song"
"Flim Flam Miracle Curative Tonic"
"In Our Town"
Daniel Ingram
2012–2014 Littlest Pet Shop Russell Ferguson "The Littlest Pet Shop Pets"
"Fun Being Fun"
"If You're a Guy"
"Superstar Life"
"The Sweet Shop Song"
"Stay Here Forever"
"Pet Friendly Skies"
"Come to the Littlest Pet Shop"
"Chez Paris"
"Cyril McFlip"
"All Around the World"
"Wont Have To Look Too Far"


  1. ^ Sam Vincent. "Sam Vincent Thanks Fans For Their Birthday Messages". Retrieved February 21, 2015. 
  2. ^ Littlest PetShop (November 20, 2014). Meet the Cast of Littlest Pet Shop TV Show - Behind the Scenes of LPS. YouTube. Retrieved July 28, 2015. 

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