Sam Riegel is one of these entertainers with a captivating voice. He is an American dubbing artist, author, and director and will not be forgotten because of his numerous anime and cartoon works. He also lends his voice to video game series. One of his extraordinary works can be traced back to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, the video game series Ace Attorney and many others, which will be discussed in more detail below. Enjoy reading.
Sam Riegel’s Biography, Age
October 9, 1976, was the day the dubbing artist was born in Washington, DC. His childhood life story remains a mystery, but his parents are identified as Lenore Riegel (mother) and Kurt Riegel (father). He spent part of his burgeoning days as an entertainer with appearances in Les Misérables and numerous Broadway plays. During this time his passion for the arts grew to a point where there was no turning back.
He graduated from the University of Virginia, and as a student of that institution, Sam joined a singing group known as The Academical Village People.
On the Internet, he teamed up with another voice actor – Liam O’Brien – to host the All Work No Play podcast. Sam also lends his voice as a regular cast member on Critical Role. He performs with other voice actors on the Dungeons & Dragons campaigns of the live-action web series.
His contribution to the success of Danger & Eggs earned him the 2018 Daytime Emmy Award 2018 in the category “Outstanding Direction in an Animation Program”. His other directorial work for the animation series includes Wander Over Yonder, Elena of Avalor, DuckTales, and Sofia the First.
Sam’s assets and salary are still under review and will be listed here as soon as we can get our hands on them. However, we have no doubt that he is earning a fair amount of money for his work.
Family, Wife, Children
Sam Riegel was born as the only son of Lenore and her husband Kurt Riegel. He is the brother of award-winning actress Eden Riegel and half-brother of Tatiana S. Riegel, who is also active in the entertainment industry and works as a filmmaker and editor. Sam and his siblings have several webisodes about Imaginary Bitches.
As for his private life, Sam has developed very well and lives happily with his wife Quyen Tran, and his two children in Los Angeles. Tran works as a camerawoman and pays tribute to the nights she watched Sam in the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater for her understanding of comedy from different dimensions. Her notable works include independent films such as Lars and the Real Girl, The Way Way Back, and I, Tonya.
One day that will remain unforgettable for Sam Riegel and his wife is without doubt September 11, 2001, when America was plunged into mourning by a terrorist attack that targeted the World Trade Center. Riegel and Tran watched as the southern tower of the gigantic structure was transformed into rubble, killing 2,996 people and injuring more than 6,000 others. Infrastructure and $10 billion worth of property was also destroyed during the four coordinated terrorist attacks organized by the Islamic terrorist group known as al-Qaeda against the United States of America. In the months following the attacks, more and more people succumbed to cancer and respiratory diseases, which were regrettably caused by the effects of the attack. The cloud of dust created by the collapse of the building enveloped Sam and his wife, but they made it out safely and found refuge in Battery Park. From there they watched in fear as the North Tower collapsed.
The horrible sight was captured on camera by Sam Riegel and used in many documentaries about the attack.
Sam’s height and body measurements have not really been published, but most of his fans believe that he is only a few inches taller than five feet. Nonetheless, the dubbing artist’s post on Twitter in February 2018, which reads “6 feet y’all”, indicates that he is up to 1.80 m tall. But then he might be tweeting about something or someone else. Whatever the case, we can confirm that he is in great shape.