April 22, 1973 (50)
Christopher Sabat is an American voice actor, producer, and director, renowned for his work in English adaptations of Japanese anime. He is best known for his roles in the “Dragon Ball” series as Vegeta, Piccolo, and various other characters.
Sabat’s voice acting career is highlighted by his extensive work in the “Dragon Ball” series, where his portrayal of Vegeta and Piccolo has become iconic. Beyond “Dragon Ball,” he has voiced characters in a wide range of anime, including “One Piece” as Roronoa Zoro, “Fullmetal Alchemist” as Alex Louis Armstrong, and “Attack on Titan” as Woerman. His voice has also been featured in numerous video games, including the “Dragon Ball” series.
Throughout his career, Sabat has collaborated with various other voice actors, directors, and producers in the anime industry. His work often involves collaboration with fellow voice actors like Sean Schemmel, who voices Goku in the “Dragon Ball” series, and Monica Rial. As a director and producer, he has worked on several Funimation projects, contributing not only as a voice actor but also in shaping the direction and production quality of English-dubbed anime.
Sabat’s work has earned him recognition and awards in the voice acting community. He has received accolades for his performances, including nominations and wins at the Behind the Voice Actors Awards.