Christopher Niosi is known for his voice-over work on various anime, some notable examples including Mob Psycho 100, Tales of Zestiria, and Pokémon. He is also the creator of TOME: Terrain of Magical Expertise, an online animated series distributed through websites such as YouTube and Newgrounds.
In July 2019, Chris admitted to being emotionally and sexually abusive to former colleagues, family members and romantic partners. In addition to the news, he also violated a non-disclosure agreement about his role as Byleth in the Fire Emblem series which led the character to be recast in subsequent game releases and updates.
- Chris has stated that Ernesto is his favorite character out of the ones he has voiced.
- As an animation artist and cartoonist, K.O., Rad, Enid, Red Action, Peej, Pird, Neil, Ernesto and Nick Army are currently the only characters Chris has drawn that's shown in the public, with Pird, Nick Army, Neil and Ernesto being the only characters that he voiced
- Originally Chris auditioned for the role of Raymond, but the role went to Robbie Daymond.
- Chris' alma matter is the same as series creator's Ian Jones-Quartey, School of Visual Arts. Jones-Quartey and Niosi met numerous times, taught him some animation and acquired him to audition for the show in the first place. The show became Chris' first union project and led him to join SAG-AFTRA.