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David Hayter Biography

David Bryan Hayter is a Canadian-American actor, voice actor, screenwriter, director, and producer. He is well known as the English voice actor for Solid Snake and Naked Snake throughout many titles in the Metal Gear video game series. His works as a screenwriter include X-Men, X2 and Watchmen.

David Hayter Age

Hayter was born in Santa Monica, California to Canadian parents. He started acting at the age of 9. Hayter spent most of his childhood living around the world and at the age of 15, Hayter moved to Kobe, Japan where he graduated from the Canadian Academy, an international school, in 1987.

After high school, David Hayter attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for two years until transferring to Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he stayed until the age of 20 when he moved to Hollywood.in Santa Monica, California to Canadian parents.

David started acting at the age of 9. He spent most of his childhood living around the world and at the age of 15, Hayter moved to Kobe, Japan where he graduated from the Canadian Academy, an international school, in 1987.

David Hayter Career

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Early acting career

Hayter did some live acting in the early 1990s but became interested in voice acting after acting in an episode of the sitcom Major Dad, and later landed the role of Captain America in the popular 1994 Spider-Man animated series.

He also provided the voice of Arsène Lupin III in the English version of the anime film The Castle of Cagliostro and the voice of Tamahome in the English version of the anime series Fushigi Yūgi. He also starred in the 1994 straight-to-video movie Guyver.

Dark Hero as the protagonist Sean Barker a role he took from actor Jack Armstrong. He has used the characters’ name as an alias in various work credit

David Hayter Movies

Hayter began providing the English voice of Metal Gear series protagonist Solid Snake in the 1998 video game Metal Gear Solid, which also served as the series’s transition from 2D to 3D. Hayter would go on to play Solid Snake and his predecessor Naked Snake throughout all the succeeding installments (including spinoffs, re-releases, and adaptations) up until Metal Gear Solid:

Peace Walker in 2010. Hayter also has an extended live-action cameo as himself in one of the fictional TV programs prior to the start of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (2008); where he wears the “Solid Eye”, the technologically advanced eye patch that Snake wears throughout the game. Outside the Metal Gear series, Hayter also voiced Snake in Super Smash Bros. Brawl 2008) and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018).

David Hayter Filmography


Rakusho! Hyper Doll
They Were Eleven
Street Fighter II V

Fushigi Yûgi
Giant Robo
Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie

Mobile Suit Gundam
The Castle of Cagliostro


Spider-Man: The Animated Series Captain America TV series
Metal Gear Solid
Metal Gear Solid 2
Khonjin House

David Hayter X Men

In 2000, he wrote the screenplay for the movie version of X-Men and then went on to co-write the screenplay for its sequel X2 with writing team Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris. Shortly after his work on X-Men, Hayter was hired to write and direct a project based on the heroine Black Widow.

However, due to the limited success of similarly themed films featuring female vigilante protagonists at the time, Marvel withdrew their offer to Hayter stating, “We don’t think it’s time to do this movie”. Hayter’s daughter Natasha, born whilst he was writing the Black Widow script, is named after the titular character.

David Hayter Captain America

David Hayter voiced Captain America in the Spiderman: The Animated Series. Captain America is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by cartoonists Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (cover-dated March 1941) from Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics.

Captain America was designed as a patriotic supersoldier who often fought the Axis powers of World War II and was Timely Comics’ most popular character during the wartime period. The popularity of superheroes waned following the war and the Captain America comic book was discontinued in 1950, with a short-lived revival in 1953.

Since Marvel Comics revived the character in 1964, Captain America has remained in publication.

David Hayter Bloodstained

The latest backer update for Bloodstained: the ritual of the night has dropped a surprise in the form of a new playable character. Not only that, this new bloodstained character is voiced by none other than David Hayter.

David Hayter will be voicing the demon-hunting samurai Zangetsu. Fans may remember him as one of the four playable characters in the 8-bit style spin-off Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon.

David Hayter Married

David Hayter is a married man. He tied a knot with his ‘Guyver: Dark Hero’ co-star ‘Marisa Cody’. The duo was blessed with a beautiful daughter in April 2004 and they named her ‘Natasha Hayter’.Hayter’s daughter Natasha, born whilst he was writing the Black Widow script, is named after the titular character.

David Hayter Net Worth

David Hayter is the fit guy who is 6 ft 1 inch tall. He is one of the handsome voice artists in Hollywood with a great personality. With his successful career, he has managed to make a pretty impressive net worth of $13 million dollars.

David Hayter Interview

One of the most iconic gaming performances still has to be that of David Hayter’s portrayal of Snake in the Metal Gear Solid games. I was lucky enough to catch up with him recently and he was happy to talk about his career not only in voice acting but also as a major Hollywood screenwriter.

One of the first things he wanted to talk about was the fact I was in Japan. He clearly loves the country and has a lot of affection for it still. While I knew he’d spent some time here, he was more than happy to talk about that in more detail.

“I lived in Kobe and Osaka for about 4 years. In terms of Japanese, I can get by conversationally in about any sushi bar and make my way around Tokyo without too much trouble.”

“When I went to Japan I was 16 and did the 11th and 12th grade there. I graduated high school at the Canadian Academy in Kobe. My girlfriend and I then moved to Osaka, we lived there for a couple of years. Then we moved to Hong Kong and lived there for a little while. Traveled the world, drank and got in bar fights. It was awesome.”

Snake And Metal Gear

For many gamers, Hayter is very well known for his depiction of Snake in the Metal Gear Solid games. It’s always been clear to me that Hayter plays games but I was curious from his standpoint what did he think was the best game in the Metal Gear Solid series.

“Well, I have different favorites for different reasons. I usually say that Snake Eater is my favorite game, I just love the retro feel of it, I love the way it opened up Snake’s story into Big Boss’ story and seeing where it all began.

I also thought the gameplay was beautifully designed and really quite an achievement. However, at the same time, I feel the same way about the first Metal Gear Solid, the Shadow Moses incident. Obviously, it had a big impact on my life and was an incredibly groundbreaking game when it came out.

I guess those are two of my favorites. Though I also loved getting to play old Snake in Metal Gear Solid 4, so maybe I love them all.”