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Kyle Henry Hebert (/ˈeɪbɛər/ AY-bair) (born June 14, 1969 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, U.S.) is an American voice actor, voice director and podcaster. He's best known for voicing the adult version of Gohan and the narrator in FUNimation's English dub of the Japanese anime Dragon Ball Z and Ryu in the Street Fighter video game franchise. He has done work for FUNimation Entertainment, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, Studiopolis, and NYAV Post.


Hebert got his start in the mid 1990s as a disc jockey for Radio Disney, under the pseudonym "Squeege". This lasted until September 2005, when he moved from Dallas to Los Angeles, to pursue bigger interests in the world of voice acting. Some of Kyle's more well known roles include Kiba Inuzuka on Naruto, Sōsuke Aizen in Bleach, Kamina in Gurren Lagann and Ryuji Suguro in Blue Exorcist.

At Anime Expo 2009, Kyle won best English Voice Actor in the SPJA Awards for his role as Kamina in Gurren Lagann. Hebert is also a podcaster, co-founding and hosting the weekly BigBaldBroadcast with his long time friend and webmaster, known only as Otherworld Steve. In 2016, Kyle was diagnosed with high-functioning autism. In 2021, Kyle launched his new podcast, The Intergalactic Boom Box.

Hebert is married to Christina Louise since February 14th, 2018. He has a daughter from a previous marriage who was born in 1996.


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