Birthday: October 18, 1967
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Pokemon Characters: Brock (Seasons 1-8), James (Episode 13-Season 8), Butch, Team Magma member, Ash's Squirtle, May's Squirtle, Brock's Ludicolo, Tracey's Scyther, James's Weezing, Dexter, Aerodactyl, Blastoise, Electrode, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Hypno, Jolteon, Kabuto, Machoke, Magnemite, Magneton, Marowak, Omanyte, Omastar, Scizor, Scyther, Tentacruel, Venomoth, Voltorb, Wartortle, Weedle, Charizard, Kadabra
Non-Pokemon Characters: Gally Gabriev (Slayers and Slayers Next), Kuronue and Lord Koenma (Yu Yu Hakusho), John and Jack (The Art of Fighting), Ail, Toil and Ship's master computer 0X11(Boy in Gall Force: Eternal Story), Stadium Fight Announcer (Grappler Baki), Tochizawa, Furusawa, Lupin and "Number One" (Here is Greenwood), Seto Kaiba (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
Official Website: http://www.ericstuart.com
Eric was originally only suposed to do Brock's voice, but after the first 12 episodes, he started doing James' voice as well. Pokemon isn't the only popular anime Eric does voices acting for--he also plays Seto Kaiba on Yu-Gi-Oh!
Besides being a voice actor, Eric keeps busy with his singing career. He has collected his fair share of awards--three of his songs have received a coveted John Lennon Songwriting Award (Corner Booth Chronicles) and two Billboard Songwriting Awards (You Can't Hide the Shame and Rough Rider).
Even today, Eric Stuart has toured the country either on his own or with such rock legends as Peter Frampton, Ringo Starr and Lynyrd Skynyrd. He's also opened for acts such as Jethro Tull, Julian Cope, Hall and Oates, and Chicago.
As you can imagine, Eric Stuart must be really busy with voice acting and his music career. How he does both is beyond me, but at least his singing career helps him out when he has to sing a song in Brock's voice.
When the original voice actors were being replaced for season 9, Battle Frontier, Eric Stuart was the most vocal by contacting famous Pokemon websites like Serebii.net and telling them to protect Pokemon USA. In the end, however, his efforts weren't enough as the plans to replace the original voice actors went ahead and now he is no longer on Pokemon.