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American voice thespian

Travis Willingham



Willingham at the 2019
San Diego Comic-Con

Built-in
(1981-08-03)
August 3, 1981
(age forty)


[i]

Occupation Vocalism actor
Years active 2000–present
Spouse(due south)

(1000. 2011)

Children 1

Travis Willingham
(born August three, 1981)
[one]

is an American voice actor. He is a cast fellow member of the web series

Critical Role
, in which he and other voice actors play

Dungeons & Dragons
.
[2]

He is also the chief executive officer of
Disquisitional Role Productions.
[3]


[4]

His about notable voice portrayals include Roy Mustang in the

Fullmetal Alchemist

franchise, Portgas D. Ace in

One Piece
, Ginko in

Mushishi
, Knuckles the Echidna in the

Sonic the Hedgehog

franchise and
Thor
in several Marvel projects.
[5]


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Early life

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Willingham was born on August iii, 1981 and grew up in
Eastward Dallas.
[1]

He has a younger brother named Carson. Willingham has
ADHD. Their begetter died when Travis was a teenager.
[7]


[eight]


[nine]

He graduated from
Woodrow Wilson High School
in 1999,
[10]

and studied at
Texas Christian University. He eventually moved to
Los Angeles
in the early 2000s to pursue an interim career.

Career

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Willingham rose to prominence in the voice interim world for his portrayal of
Roy Mustang
in

Fullmetal Alchemist
,
[11]

which he later reprised in

Fullmetal Alchemist: Alliance
.
[12]

His other notable roles include
Yu Kanda
in

D.Gray-homo
, Cleo in

Glass Fleet
, Ginko in

Mushishi
,
Portgas D. Ace
in the
Funimation
re-dub of

One Piece

and
Takashi Morinozuka
in

Ouran High School Host Social club
. He besides voices
Thor
in several
Marvel
projects and
King Roland 2
in
Disney Inferior‘s

Sofia the First
. From 2010 to 2018, he was the voice of
Knuckles the Echidna
in the

Sonic the Hedgehog

serial.
[5]


[six]

Willingham is also a cast member of the popular

Dungeons & Dragons

web series

Critical Office
, where he played Grog in
Campaign One
and Fjord in
Entrada Ii.
[2]


[13]

Disquisitional Role
was both the Webby Winner and the People’s Vocalization Winner in the “Games (Video Serial & Channels)” category at the 2019
Webby Awards;
[iii]

the bear witness was besides both a Finalist and the Audience Honour Winner at the 2019
Shorty Awards.
[14]

Later condign hugely successful, the
Critical Role
cast left the
Geek & Sundry
network in early 2019 and gear up their own production company,
Critical Role Productions;
[15]


[16]


[four]


[17]

Willingham serves equally
chief executive officer.
[3]

Shortly after, they aimed to enhance $750,000 on
Kickstarter
to create an animated serial of their first campaign, but ended upwards raising over $11 million.
[18]


[2]

In November 2019,
Amazon Prime Video
announced that they had caused the streaming rights to this animated series, at present titled

The Fable of Voice Machina;


[19]

Willingham volition reprise his office as Grog.
[20]

Personal life

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Willingham married phonation actress
Laura Bailey
on September 25, 2011 at Maravilla Gardens in
Camarillo.
[21]


[22]


[23]


[24]

They reside in
Los Angeles. Their son, Ronin, was built-in on June 28.
[25]


[26]

Willingham is a lifelong fan of the
Dallas Cowboys.
[27]

He enjoys participating in
triathlons.
[28]

Filmography

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Anime

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Animation

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Animated moving picture

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Video games

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Motion picture

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Television

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Web

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References

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    “Rotten Tomatoes/Celebrity/Travis Willingham”.
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    “Carson Willingham (@CarsonKent9) on Twitter”.
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    “Between the Sheets: Travis Willingham”.
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    “Anirevo Welcomes Voice Thespian Travis Willingham”.
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    Burton, Bonnie (March 7, 2019).
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    Between the Sheets: Laura Bailey
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    Willingham, Travis [@WillingBlam] (June 30).
    “Our hearts are so incredibly full. Piffling “Ronin” had enough waiting and joined us at 3:xl on Th afternoon, and our worlds have never been brighter. He’s perfect”
    (Tweet) – via
    Twitter.




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    Warnock, Caroline (July iv, 2020).
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    Heavy

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    “Inside the Cage”.

    Mushishi
    .
    Episode fourteen. Upshot occurs at Closing credits.




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    Hellsing Ultimate III“.

    Hellsing Ultimate
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    Hellsing 4“.

    Hellsing Ultimate
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    Hellsing Vi“.

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    “Northward Carolina’s Animazement Hosts Hiroaki Hirata”.
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    “Adult Swim to Debut Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Update three)”.
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    Foster and, Brian [@BrianWFoster] (Nov 2, 2021).
    “Gonna pin this since I get this question here and on IG and in my chat every mean solar day: Unfortunately, Talks has been canceled. I believe there are plans for a new “after-bear witness”, simply @CriticalRole would have that info. That’s all I know and tin share [Cowboy hat face]”
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    “Critical Function Announces New Limited-Series Game”.
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    Granshaw, Lisa (October twenty, 2019).
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    2021
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