Stuart Krug is a professional voice actor, baritone and nerd, originally hailing from the Pacific Northwest. His theatre experience is vast, having performed over 25 plays in the last 9 years. During his time in Portland, OR, Krug studied with Lesley Bailey of Voiceover Gurus before recording his first demos with friend, colleague and client Marc Rose of Fuse Audio Design. Within the last few years, he has worked in regional commercial work and became a frequent guest actor on Rose’s FuseBox podcast. He moved to Los Angeles in January of 2016 and has been working towards telling the stories of his clients and their products ever since. He is known for his speedy turnaround on client requests, and has a personal home studio available for the needs of his clients.
Also a semi-professional singer, Stuart attended Oregon State University, where he studied with voice teacher Megan Sand and Director of Choirs, Dr. Steven Zielke. During his time there, he performed in many of the school’s musical and operatic productions, including the Major General in Pirates of Penzance, The Count in The Marriage of Figaro and originated the role of Fred in the world premiere production of the musical Spin, starring David Ogden Stiers. In his final year, he founded the co-ed acappella group Power Chord, which continues to exist to this day, performing regularly and competing annually in the ICCA.
Stuart loves all things nerdy, and when he is not auditioning, recording booked work, or singing, he is playing disc golf, running his own campaign in Dungeons & Dragons, and smashing his brother in Super Smash Brothers. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.