Éric Legrand
Born (1958-08-05) August 5, 1958 (age 62)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Actor, Voice Actor, Comedian
Years Active 1973-current

Éric Legrand (born August 5 in Paris, France) is a French actor, voice actor and comedian, primarily active in dubbing roles. Legrand provided the voice of Cyril in the French dub of Bomber X.

Initially, Legrand wanted to be a doctor rather than going into the acting profession. He left these aspirations when enrolled in college for it, finding he was "bored to death" with the subject at hand.

He started recording dramatic Radio (France Culture and France Inter) while still a student at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris. This is where someone noticed a resemblance between his voice and that of Jean-Pierre Leroux (Axel de Fersen in The Rose of Versailles) and soon doubled with him in "The Prince and the Pauper".

He is primarily known as the French dubbing voice of Owen Wilson and Billy Zane and is known for his work in dubbing Japanese anime such as Vegeta and Yamcha in Dragon Ball Z and Seiya in Saint Seiya.



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