Skip Stellrecht

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Skip Stellrecht
Henry M. Stellrecht, Jr.

(1958-09-05) September 5, 1958 (age 60)
Other namesJack Aubree, Henry D. Grey, Henry Douglas Grey, Hank Malloy, Hank Smith, Hank Wilspank
OccupationActor, voice actor
Years active1981–present
Notable credit(s)
Cowboy Bebop
as Vicious
as Might Gai
Street Fighter
as Ryu

Skip Stellrecht (born Henry M. Stellrecht, Jr.; September 5, 1958 in Fullerton, California) is an American actor and voice actor, who was born and raised in Orange County California. Growing up with more of an interest in surfing, sports and music, it wasn’t until after graduating high school, that he discovered an interest in acting. He started with commercials, it wasn’t long before he started studying under the direction of some of the most well respected teachers in Hollywood. He soon started auditioning and booking several stage roles throughout the L.A. area and is proud to say, was a founding member of the Friends and Artist Theatre Ensemble.

After several television and movie roles he stumbled onto voice acting by mere accident through a friend, and is pretty much the world in which he enjoys a successful career in today. His most notable roles are Might Guy from Naruto, Ryu from the Street Fighter animated films, and Vicious from Cowboy Bebop. He can also be heard lending his voice talents to such live action shows such as, USA’s Mr Robot, NBC’s Grimm, ABC’s Once Upon A Time, as well as countless others. Along with his television work he can also be heard lending his voice to such movies as Godzilla, G.I. Joe, Twilight and many others.

Although voicing several video games throughout his career, Jutah Fate of Silent Bomber is still his favorite.

He has also been credited throughout the years as "Henry Douglas Grey", "Jack Aubree" and "Hank Wilspank".






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  1. ^ Marmalade Boy. Episode 3. Event occurs at Closing credits, English cast.

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