Chris Tergliafera Information

Chris Tergliafera

Los Angeles, CA

Home Page Twitter Facebook IMDb

Chris Tergliafera moved out to Los Angeles three days after graduating from the University of North Carolina and immediately found himself on a desk in TV Development at USA Network. After a few years of answering phones and being told daily he should be doing voice over, he finally listened to everyone and returned to his true passion of performing. After grinding for several years, he landed his first role as Sirius Oculus in "Little Big Planet Karting", leading him into a full-time career of voice acting.

Chris is known for his extensive work in anime, video games, and animation. Most notably, he is the powerful fortune-teller Avdol in the fan phenomena series "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders" on Adult Swim. An Anime mainstay, Chris stars as the protagonist's father, Silva Zoldyck, in Adult Swim's "Hunter x Hunter", Geronimo in Netflix's "Cyborg 009", the bombastic Tank-Top Tiger in the acclaimed anime, "One-Punch Man", Taizoo in "Seven Deadly Sins", Grimms in "Sword Gai", Yamikaze in "Sword Art Online", Muraki in "Mob Psycho 100", Marcos in "Re:Zero".

In video games, he plays the main antagonist, Sigma and Ultron Sigma in "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinity." Chris has also been featured in other huge franchises such as God of War 4, Grand Theft Auto 5, Halo Wars 2, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Star Wars: Uprising and the cult favorite, DanganRonpa, as Gundham Tanaka and Ryoma Hoshi. In animation, he is the recurring character, Rasticore, in the hit animated series "Star Vs. the Forces of Evil" on Disney XD. One of his more enjoyable guest star roles was as a Magic Dragon in Disney's "Pickle and Peanut."

An ADR veteran, Chris has supplied his voice to "Terminator: Genisys" and as the voice double for Vin Diesel in "Fate of the Furious".

Anime Convention Guest Appearances

16 confirmed guest appearances

View Chris Tergliafera on for 2 additional guest appearances

Update Information

If you use information from this page, a link to would be very much appreciated.