Jerry Jewell

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Jerry Jewell

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Male

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Jerry Jewel
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Jerry has been with Funimation since 2001, and enjoys voice acting in many different roles there. His most noted role so far was voicing Kyo Sohma in the anime Fruits Basket. Jerry resides in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area in the state of Texas.

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  • Jerry Jewell is an amazing voice actor. He just keeps nailing his characters with ease and believe-ability!

    10
    I first heard Jerry Jewell on Fruits Basket as Kyo. I instantly fell in love with Kyo. The voice was exactlly what I imagined when I was reading the manga. I already loved Kyo from the manga, Jewell just added more to the character. My brother then got me into FMA and he played Barry the Chopper- a psycotic killer. The role was small but pulled off beautifully. I then started looking for Jewell in the credits since I loved his work so much. That is how I found Kodocha- a nutty slap stick comedy/drama and the angsty Akito. Again Jewell delivered. I was 3 for 3 with Jewell and started Case Closed. I realized I loved listening to him. He was so believable, not to metion talented. I can't wait to hear him in future shows! He has talent and promise!moreless
  • When it comes to insane characters, Jerry Jewell will the provide the best voice you could find for said characters.

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    Out of all the animes I've watched in my time, I must say it's a shame to see such a good voice actor in fewer animes. To the best of my knowledge, he's done the voices for two of my all time favorite anime characters. Those said characters are Barry the homocidal mainac from Full Metal Alchemist and the stuffed rabbit who wishes for death, the Happiness Bunny from Shin-Chan. Both animes air on Adult Swim so, not many people have heard his voice acting. But still, try to watch his work. You won't be disappointed, I can promise you that you won't find a better voice actor for the insane characters.moreless
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