May 8, 2013




Eric Gladstone is a writer, director, editor, and voice actor from Los Angeles, CA.

Before graduating college, Eric held two summer internships with major television productions. Avatar: The Last Air Bender, Nickelodeon’s widely acclaimed anime-inspired series, and Adult Swim’s eclectic Tim & Eric: Awesome Show: Great Job! which guest starred personalities such as John C. Reilly and Jeff Goldblum.

Eric taught himself Adobe Photoshop in high school, and during college, he completed a one-a-day calendar of photo-manipulations based on historical events, celebrity birthdays, and holidays.

Eric created his own major at the University of California, Berkeley, which drew from the studies of cognitive linguistics, political science, film studies, and world mythology–disciplines he found integral to storytelling.

A skilled graphic designer, Eric used his knowledge of InDesign and Adobe Illustrator to create presentational decks for companies and individuals. One raised seed money for budding geek culture portal and another secured a directorial position for writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein on their New Line film Vacation (2015). He plays a bear in the film. He also created decks for Spider-Man Homecoming (2017) and for director Courtney Hoffman for her FOX’s Directing Workshop for Women project.

Eric is the senior voice over dialogue writer for Gazillion’s  “Marvel Heroes Omega” where he has written over 20,000 lines for members of The X-Men, The Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers. The game launched June 4, 2013 and has won multiple industry awards. Eric has gone on to direct multiple VO sessions with some of the leading actors in the industry.

Eric worked directly under comic book legend Stan Lee at POW! Entertainment for over six years, where he was a creative editor and content creator.

Eric currently works as a Writers’ PA for the major studio show Titans, due to release in 2018.

He writes comics, including No Holds Bard with multiple artists, which was the subject of a successful Kickstarter in 2016. He has also written Strike 3 with Mark dos Santos, Deadly Game with Luigi Criscuolo, It’s All in a Smile with Derek Chua, and his own Zine of the best items at Trader Joe’s

Eric is a voice-over artist, who studies with Richard Horvitz and Crispin Freeman.

He has won several eating contests.

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