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Aaron Mitchell Dismuke (pronounced /dɪzˈmjuːk/) (October 13, 1992 is an American voice actor, known for anime roles in FUNimation titles. He was around eleven years old when he voiced the role of Alphonse Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist and is a cousin of voice actor and director Justin Cook. Aaron is one of few child voice actors in the voice acting field. Aaron first started voice acting when his cousin invited him to say a few lines in the anime series Fruits Basket, and from there Aaron was able to move on to the series Fullmetal Alchemist. "The whole cast was really great, and we got into the show too, because it's a well written show", answers Aaron, when asked why he thinks he's been successful. As for his future, Aaron is unsure, but does know that "voice acting isn't something that can really be all that you do. You can't really live off of it, so there would be another career that I go into. I'm not sure what yet". Aaron suggests that other kids interested in following in his footsteps should join theatre clubs, but also adds that only a handful of cities in North America really do voice acting, anime, or cartoons, and that it is important to live where the action is. A misconception about Aaron was that while he did Alphonse Elric his head was in a large bowl. According to a DVD commentary, interview and what Aaron said at Otakon 2007 during a dub Voice Actor's Q and A, he did not wear anything on his head. The 'bowl' was something that was in front of the microphone in order to create the sound of Al being inside the armor.