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Chuck Huber

Chuck Huber Meet & Greet

Chuck has been a member of SAG/AFTRA/AEA since 1993. He began his acting career in Chicago at the Goodman and Steppenwolf Theaters after graduating from DePaul University with a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts. Since then, he has performed in over 100 plays and was a company member of the Jefferson Award-winning acting ensemble, The Dog Boys.

Chuck has acted in films such as "Going All the Way" opposite Ben Affleck and has had guest-starring roles in "The Untouchables," "The Troubadours," "The Mechanical Grave," and "Vindication." He played Dr. McCoy in the global hit "Star Trek Continues," Dean Hansen in Season 2 of "American Crime" on ABC, and Detective Swinton in "The Harrowing." Additionally, he worked opposite Paul Giamatti in "Parkland" and had starring roles in "Odd Man Out," "The Fragility of Seconds," "Amerigeddon," and "The Crossroads of Hunter Wilde."

As a veteran voice actor, Chuck has starred in all iterations of the Dragon Ball franchise, including their box office record-breaking films, as Android 17 and Emperor Pilaf. He has voiced over 300 characters, including Kurogiri in "My Hero Academia," Hiei in "YuYu Hakusho," Stein in "Soul Eater," Mohji in "One Piece," and Shou Tucker in "Fullmetal Alchemist." He has also been a writer on "Hetalia," "Sgt. Frog," "Baccano!," "Spice and Wolf," and "Skip Beat."

In the realm of video games, Chuck's credits include "Borderlands II," "Ghostbusters," "The Walking Dead," "Aeon Flux," "DBZ," "Smite," and "Killing Floor," among others. He wrote and produced the award-winning film "The Fragility of Seconds," produced and edited "Royal Shakespeare Company: Twelfth Night," served as the director of photography for eleven episodes of "The Troubadours," was the 2nd unit director on "Maid," and wrote, directed, shot, and edited "Arbor Day: The Musical."

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