Multi-talented Johnny Yong Bosch leaves no industry of his interest without his stints, either it is music, acting, voice-over, or martial arts. Widely famous for portraying Adam Park (Black Ranger) in the Power Rangers franchise (both TV series & films), Bosch showcased his prominence in vocals as well- has released 8 studio albums.
Furthermore, since 2000, the Kansas City native is active in voice-over and has worked in dubs for animes such as Naruto: Shippûden, Danganronpa 3 series, Baki, Fairy Tail, Bleach, and Black Clover.
When and Where Was Johnny Yong Bosch Born? Age and Height?
John Jay Bosch was born on January 6, 1976, in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States, as the Yongest of four children in the family. His American father with Irish-German ancestry was in the army while his mother is Korean. Johhny of Christian belief holds American nationality. He has three siblings: Cindy, Michael, and Diana.
As of May 2021, Bosch is 45 years old and has a height of 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm).
While he often holds professional credits under the name 'Johnny Yong Bosch', the Power Rangers actor also dictated another name 'Kevin Hatcher' in some voice-overs. Namely in Heaven and Earth (2004), Boys Be... (2006), and Haré+Guu (2006-07).
Recognition Through Live-Action Series & Films of Power Rangers
The Garland, Texas-raised personality sought interest in martial arts since a Yong age and that proved him an advantage while auditioning for Power Rangers. Turned professional in 1994, Johnny then landed as Adam Park (Black Ranger) in Season 2-3 of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1994-96).
His TV screen throughout the 90s included works in Power Rangers Zeo (1996, 50 episodes), Power Rangers Turbo (1997, 19 episodes), and Power Rangers in Space (1998). In addition to that, he was cast in the films: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995) and its sequel Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997).
Voice-Over In Anime And Animated Films
Beginning in 2000, Johnny Yong Bosch earnestly began working as a voice actor; made his debut through Trigun (2000), followed by the film in Akira (2001). Most notably, he voiced in the English dub-versions of animes.
From 2003 to 2006, he voiced Genma Shiranui in Naruto, and later as Sasori in Naruto: Shippûden (2007-16). Bosch voiced Ichigo Kurosaki, the protagonist in the English dub of Bleach for 8 years (2004- 2012, 280 episodes).
Throughout the 2000s, he contributed his voice in Eureka Seven (2006), The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (2006), Code Gea s s (2006- 2008), and Toradora! (2008-09). In the early 2010s, he worked for Durarara!! (2010-11), Blue Exorcist (2011), Persona 4: The Animation (2011-12), and Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (2011-14), Tenkai Knights (2013-14), and Sword Art Online (2014).
The voice of Nobita in Doraemon (2009-14, 97 episodes), Johnny's other notable voice-credits consists: as Hector Doyle in Baki (2018-20); as Zora in Black Clover (2018-20); as Giyu Tomioka in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (2019); and as Trevor Cook in Inazuma Eleven Ares (2019),
Since 2020, he works for Funimation Dub, voicing Sabo in One Piece.
Aside from animes, Bosch did work in its film adaptations too; Sailor Moon S: The Movie (2018), Free! -Timeless Medley- Kizuna (2018), The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky (2019), One Piece: Stampede (2019), and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (2020).
Some video-game credits in his name are:
- Naruto game series (2008- Present)- Voiced Genma Shiranui, Sasori, Yagura
- Devil May Cry 4 (2008)- Nero
- Mortal Kombat X (2015)- Kung Jin
- Devil May Cry 5 (2019)- Nero
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (2019)- Broly
Johnny Yong Bosch's Music Career
While turning up his head to focus on acting and voice-over, Bosch career out his fascination with music as well. In his band Eyeshine, he would give vocals, wrote songs, and played guitar. In 2011, the band even released an instrumental album Sonosis. Reportedly, the band gave its last performance at Yama-Con in December 2017.
Throughout the career journey in music, Johhny released albums: Red Stripes White Lights (2008), My Paper Kingdom (2009), Tone of Echoes (2010), Revolution Airwaves (2012), Fall Seven Times, Stand Up Eight (2013), Sidewalk Dreams and Chalk Dust (2015), and Gone Tomorrow (2017).
They even released two EPs: How About That (2006) and I'm Dreaming On (2015).
Who Is Johnny Yong Bosch Wife? Any Children?
The American actor, voice actor, as well as musician, is married and is the father of two children. Currently, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife Amy Bosch; they exchanged vows on March 21, 2003. The pair, however, is yet to reveal when and how they began dating, but indeed shares an adorable relationship.
Together, they welcomed a daughter named Novi and a son named Jetson.
An avid Instagram user, Bosch often shares posts featuring his kids on his account @johnnyyongbosch with more than 185 K followers. His Twitter (@johnnyyongbosch) has more than 104.5K followers.
Net Worth Of Johnny Yong Bosch
Ever since his professional career journey in 1994, Johnny totals more than 350 credits including work as an actor and voice actor. As of 2021, Bosch has an estimated net worth of $2 million- thanks to his earnings from on-screen ventures.
On average, an actor in the United States earns $57,000 per year, while a voice actor makes $38,237 annually. The payroll can go up significantly depending on the project and the actor's work.
by Bchrome, 02 Apr, 2016