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Troy E. Baker (born April 1, 1976, in Dallas Texas) is an American actor and voice actor who works with anime films, television series, and video games.
Troy Baker is married, and he worked for Funimation. Before pursuing acting, Baker was the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the indie rock band Tripp Fontaine, which released the radio single "Burning Out" from their debut album Random Thoughts on a Paper Napkin in 2004. He is also a musician in Akira Yamaoka's Silent Hill band, in which he plays bass and sings backup vocals.
He voiced Ginger, Dr. Kochin, and Hoi in Dragon Ball Z films. He is also well known for voicing Pain, one of the antagonists of Naruto Shippuden, and Abel Nightroad, one of the protagonists of Trinity Blood. He also voiced Jake Muller in the Resident Evil games, Booker DeWitt in Bioshock, and most notably, Snow Villiers in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, Joel in The Last of Us and Samuel Drake in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.