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JACOB HOPKINS

He is best known for the voice of Gumball Watterson in Cartoon Network’s multi-award-winning animated TV series, “The Amazing World of Gumball.”, Presently he is the lead voice of Fushi in the anime TV series “To Your Eternity,” Code in “Boruto,” Shun Kamiya in “Tribe Nine,” Oishi Shuichiro in “Prince of Tennis” and “Prince of Tennis II,” and Makoto Katai in “Komi Can’t Communicate” all airing on HBO Max, Crunchyroll, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. 

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BIO

Jacob Hopkins is an Orlando, FL based actor who has worked in the business since he was four years old. As a voice actor, he is best known for the voice of Gumball Watterson in Cartoon Network’s multi-award-winning animated TV series, “The Amazing World of Gumball.” Presently, he is the lead voice of Fushi in the anime TV series “To Your Eternity,” Code in “Boruto,” Shun Kamiya in “Tribe Nine,” Oishi Shuichiro in “Prince of Tennis” and “Prince of Tennis II,” and Makoto Katai in “Komi Can’t Communicate” all airing on HBO Max, Crunchyroll, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. 

 

In addition to his recurring roles which include the anime TV series, “In The Land of Leadale” as Roxilius, “The Vampire Dies in No Time” as Homerun Batter and “Life Lessons with Uramichi Oniisan” as Nekota. Other voice over work includes his role as Axel Finke on the Dreamworks animated TV series, “Dragons Rescue Riders” airing on Netflix and Peacock TV. Recently, Jacob can also be seen in the video game “Final Fantasy War of The Visions” as Viga, as well as the anime series on Blu-ray, “Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple” as Sho. 

Since 2013, he has had the pleasure of portraying Chad Kremp on ABC’s hit comedy, “The Goldbergs,” & Miller in the feature film, “Middle School The Worst Years of My Life.” Additionally, Hopkins voices a variety of characters and guest starred on many other TV shows, commercials, games, and apps.  Some highlights include a recurring role as Alexander Drew on HBO’s “True Blood,” starring opposite Alex Skarsgard & Steven Moyer, as well as films starring opposite Elizabeth Banks in “Just A Little Heart Attack,” Lifetime’s “Missing at 17,” and “Carolina’s Calling,”

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