Sam Riegel – Net Worth, Emmy, Wife, Height, Age, Movies

Sam Riegel is an Emmy Award-winning voice director and accomplished voice actor who voiced ”Donatello” in the 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series. Sam is also a cast member of Critical Role.


He was born on October 9, 1976, in Washington. Riegel grew up in Washington, D.C. and New York City as the brother of actress Eden Riegel and film editor Tatiana Riegel.

As a child, Sam went on to act in several Broadway plays and appeared in the Kennedy Center production of Les Misérables.

Riegel graduated from the University of Virginia, where he performed with a vocal group called The Academical Village People.

All Work No Play

In 2012, Sam teamed up with Liam O’Brien, another voice actor, to anchor the All Work No Play podcast. During the podcast, the two talk about work, life, and play, including the time they received an invitation from Matthew Mercer to play Dungeons & Dragons.

Riegel and Blatt

He makes up half of the online comedy duo “Riegel and Blatt.” They met at the University of Virginia and sang in an award-winning a cappella group, ”The Academical Village People.” 

Critical Role

Sam is on the show “Critical Role,” a live-streamed Dungeons and Dragons game on ”Geek and Sundry.” On ”Critical Role,” Sam is known for playing the characters Taryon Darrington, Scanlan Shorthalt, and Nott.

Riegel plays the game with fellow voice actors Taliesin Jaffe, Matthew Mercer, Laura Bailey, Travis Willingham, Marisha Ray, and Liam O’Brien.

Emmy Award

In 2018. his contribution to the success of ”Danger & Eggs” earned him a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of ”Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program.”

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Riegel is 6 ft (183 cm) tall.


Sam Riegel married Quyen Tran and settled in LA.

On September 11, 2001, the couple witnessed the attacks on the World Trade Center. Sam captured video footage that was featured in a few documentaries.

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The pair has two children.


Some of his voice acting roles are:

  • K: Return of Kings – Yashiro Isana;
  • Ace Attorney – Furio Tigre;
  • Ergo Proxy – Pull (ep19);
  • B-Daman Crossfire – Reggie Mak, B-Shot A;
  • Eureka Seven – KLF Pilot (ep45), Teenager (ep45), Young Norb;
  • Blade – Ikeda (ep2);
  • K – Yashiro Isana;
  • Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan – Hiroshi Miyamoto;
  • Stitch! – Hiroman;
  • Blue Exorcist – Mephisto Pheles, Izumi;
  • Gurren Lagann – Viral;
  • Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga – Mephisto Pheles;
  • Kill la Kill – Male Student (ep1), Suzuki (ep1);
  • Boys Be… – Kyoichi Kanzaki;
  • Tiger & Bunny The Movie: The Rising – Mark Schneider;
  • Buso Renkin – Madoka Maruyama;
  • Kamichu! – Ino, Goblin B (ep9), God of Yakisoba (ep7), Politician 2 (ep4);
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion – Clovis la Britannia, Claudio S. Darlton;
  • Kyo Kara Maoh! – Günter von Christ, Ryan, Additional Voices;
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 – Claudio S. Darlton;
  • Kekkaishi – Kimiya Hachioji (ep25), Koshu, Kyoichi Hiba, Makio, Tsumugi Kazuchika (ep27);
  • Comic Party – Kazuki Sendou;
  • The Prince of Tennis – Shuichiro Oishi;
  • DearS – Hikoro Oikawa (Oihiko), Assassin (ep8), Employee A (ep10);
  • Saiyuki Reload: Gunlock – Controlled Villager (ep13), Demon (ep13), Taizou;
  • Di Gi Charat – Mishter Manager;
  • Haré+Guu – Ashio, Police Officer (ep23);
  • Eyeshield 21 – Additional Voices;
  • Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor – Souka;
  • Fafner – Hiroto Doma;
  • Fighting Spirit – Akira Shigeta;
  • Tenjho Tenge – Dan Inosato, Sanada;
  • Ghost Slayers Ayashi – Yonekichi;
  • Sengoku Basara: End of Judgment – Mori Motonari;
  • Grenadier – Yajiro Kojima;
  • Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings – Mōri Motonari;
  • Otogi Zoshi – Shark Usui (ep17);
  • Planetes – Additional Voices;
  • Saiyuki Reload – Additional Voices;
  • Scrapped Princess – Dennis, Soldier (ep17);
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! – Additional Voices;
  • Samurai Champloo – Additional Voices;
  • Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works – Shirō Emiya;
  • Samurai Deeper Kyo – Little Kotaro, Makaora, Umon (ep17);
  • Naruto Shippūden The Movie – Border Guard, Susuki;
  • Space Pirate Mito – Aoi Mitsukuni (eps11-13);
  • The Twelve Kingdoms – Seishou;
  • Zatch Bell! – Purio;
  • Movies – Dubbing;
  • Redline – Miki;
  • K: Missing Kings – Yashiro Isana;
  • Marmalade Boy Movie – Manager.

In 2020, Variety reported that Sam will be part of a new series coming to Amazon Prime Video.

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On Talks Machina, Brian Wayne Foster likes to “#ThankMyGuests” with names that are either wordplay that sounds close to their names or mispronounced. Here are several names for Riegel so far:

  • Uncle Sam’s Eagle;
  • Sam Rie-Gel;
  • Stan Smeagol;
  • Sham Beagle;
  • Slam Creedskull;
  • Jean Claude Van Sam Fecal;
  • Spam Peehole;
  • Sam Seagull.

Sam Riegel – Net Worth

Riegel earned most of his wealth from voice acting. For instance, Sam voiced Mephisto Pheles in the Blue Exorcist series, Taniguchi in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Shiro Emiya in the Fate/stay night series, Phoenix Wright in the Ace Attorney video game series, and Donatello in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.

In addition, Sam is a cast member of Critical Role. He also hosts the podcast ”All Work No Play.” Therefore, Sam Riegel has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million.

Featured image source – © Guliver / Getty Images.

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1 thought on “Sam Riegel – Net Worth, Emmy, Wife, Height, Age, Movies”

  1. Sam Riegel’s wife, Quyen Tran, was actually the one to capture photographs of 9/11 from right outside of their apartment. That’s how she was launched into her current career as a cinematographer.


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