Christoph Drobig is a German voice artist and trained theatre actor. The so-called serious side of life began with his schooling as a polyester swimming pool builder. At the age of 16, however, a dream manifested itself for which he was always ridiculed, except by his parents. Since 2013, he has been working in his dream job as a dubbing and commercial voice artist. Christoph grew up in a village of 7 inhabitants in the heart of a forest area in Fläming. He was given his first pony at the age of 6 because he had no friends. Wearing his grandmother's hand-sewn Old Shatterhand costume, he rode it to school from time to time. Tina was then tied to the bicycle stand. At 12, he converted a Trabant into a Colt Sievers car. Christoph approaches his jobs with dedication and orderliness, because in his life he not only handed out meatloaf and other things in front of festival stands, ferried tap wagons, was an assistant to Bill Murray and Jacky Chan's stunt team, designed a Bud Spencer restaurant for Bud Spencer and studied medicine for 3 days, but also did almost 100 other jobs. Besides his family, social fairness is very close to his heart. In 2018, he produced his first charity children's song "Carnival in the Nursery" as Chris Himmelsbach. In 2019 and 2020, he dubbed films such as "National Road", "Smuggling Hendrix" and "Tommaso". Christoph is a voice artist for film, television, radio, games, radio plays, image and advertising films. He was the main voice artist for DAZN, Innogy, Clash of Kings and Wolf, and last but not least, he was a cinema trailer voice artist for films by "Universal". What he also absolutely loves to do are "extreme" voices for anime and animated films. In his younger years, he was a comedian and later worked at the Prime Time Theatre on "Gutes Wedding Schlechtes Wedding". Speaking of extreme voices: He once won "The Festival of Re-Narrated Film" with his programme "Lord of the Rings 1-3 in 10 Minutes".