Travis Willingham's acting career has placed him alongside screen legends like Robert Duvall and Michael Caine, but he is probably best known for his extensive voice-over work as Roy Mustang in the United States version of the Japanese anime series "Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. " After some small voice parts, Willingham appeared onscreen opposite Duvall and Caine in the family drama "Secondhand Lions" in 2003, and then found work on the Oscar-winning Ray Charles biopic, "Ray," the following year; unfortunately, his performance in the latter ended up on the editing-room floor. Regardless, Willingham's voice talents landed him parts on dozens of shows, notably the English-dubbed versions of popular Japanese anime hits. From the animated high school comedy "Ouran High School Host Club" to the action-adventure anime "Soul Eater," Willingham has never been at a loss for work. He still dabbled in live action throughout the 2000s, with a notable role in the Kevin Costner/Ashton Kutcher rescue-diving drama, "The Guardian," but his steadiest work came with the English-language version of the dystopian sci-fi anime "Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood," which he began working on in 2009.