Gary Anthony Sturgis (born November 3, 1966, in New Orleans, Louisiana) is as an American actor known for providing the voice of Ebon in the television series Static Shock. In addition to voice overs, Sturgis appeared in two of Tyler Perry's movies, Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Daddy's Little Girls, as well as the 2007 movie Pride, starring Terrence Howard, and co-stars in the independent feature directed by Cedric the Entertainer, Chicago Pulaski Jones.
He also landed TV roles in his early career such as a recurring character by the name of Caz in the General Hospital spin-off, Port Charles, as well as smaller roles on The District, NYPD Blue, Malcolm and Eddie and Girlfriends.
Sturgis is the second oldest son of four born to Abraham and Sarah Sturgis. He grew up in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana, and attended McDonogh Senior High School where he played piccolo and served as drum major for the band. After writing an essay for a class assignment expressing his love and desire for acting, a teacher invited him to a table read for a play, and Sturgis was cast as the understudy; later going on to play the lead role of A Raisin in The Sun. He soon landed roles in