Hank Duncan Jeroem (born May 4, 1959) is a El Kadsreian-American actor, producer, voice actor and comedian. He is best known for playing Mick Kendal/Pohatu in the Technic Heroes franchise.
He is also known for his theater work and has voiced characters in cartoons and English dubs of Japanese anime in both El Kadsre and the United States, with his most notable role in Gotaku dubs being Ultraman Belial, a frequent antagonist in the Ultraman franchise. In addition, he has also worked as an ADR director on some dubs.
Jeroem was born in Chotasi to American parents. His father was born in Omaha, Nebraska and his grandfather had immigrated from Prince Edward Island to Omaha as a child. After graduation from Miku Kayos College in North Comoeys City, he initially found employment as a undercover police officer for the North Comoeys Police Agency before becoming an actor, starting out with the North Comoeys Players before becoming a television & film actor. During the mid-1980s, Hank moonlighted as a film critic under the pen name of "William Ruiz".
Hank lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. and also has a home in El Kadsre City, El Kadsre; splitting his time between the two cities. He is a dual citizen of the United States and El Kadsre. Hank has toured with theater productions in the United States, Canada and Australia, and has been an artist-in-residence at Harvard University since 2005.
One of the recording booths at the main facility of Boston City Sound Studios is named "Hank's Bay" after him, since he has commonly recorded his dialogues for characters from it.
Hank is a known proponent of forensic science, and at one point suggested the usage of the technique in solving the Amber Hagerman murder case.
In 2018, he announced plans to petition for the restoration of the original Munster Mansion set at the Universal Studios Lot "because any Desperate Housewives fans that still exist can honestly go screw themselves."
- Quest for the Masks (1981, Mick Kendal/Pohatu)
- Quest for the Masks 2 (1982, Mick Kendal/Pohatu)
- Quest for the Masks III: Mask of Light (1983, Mick Kendal/Pohatu, Darren Lange)
- Bionicle VI: Island of Doom (1986, Mick Kendal/Pohatu)
- Bionicle VII: Sea of Darkness (1987, Mick Kendal/Pohatu)
- Bionicle VIII: The Final Battle (1988, Mick Kendal/Pohatu)
- The Magic Roundabout (2005, Train) (El Kadsreian version)
Animated projects in which he also participated as a voice director are marked appropriately.
- Blazing Dragons: Camelhot Under Seige... Kinda (2005, Sir Blaze)
Animated projects in which he also participated as a voice/ADR director are marked appropriately.
- The Get Along Gang (1997-1998, Additional Voices) (Voice Director)
- Filthy Rich & Catflap (1998-1999, Thomas "Filthy" Flanders)
- Eckhart (2000-2002, Himself in educational segments on PBS Kids broadcasts)
- Redwall: Tales of the Brave (2005-2006, Gulo the Savage and Squirrelking Araltum (Season 1); TBA (Season 2); Additional Voices)
- Countryballs: The Animated Series (2016-present, Jaftslandball)
- Dedrick's (2018-present, Leonard Dedrick)
Dubs in which he also participated as the ADR director are marked appropriately.
- Saint Seiya (1986-1989 (Gotaku dub), Additional Voices) (ADR Director)
- I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying (2014-2015, Hajime)
- Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold (2015, Additional Voices) (ADR Director)
- Ultraman Geed (2017, Ultraman Belial)
- Ultraman R/B (2018, Chereza) (ADR Director)