Animethon Web Archive

Welcome to the Animethon Web Archive. To help share our past events we decided to make our old sites available. You can find them here:

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▼ This is how our Animethon Website looked like in 2013. The current version of this Website is animethon.org

Patrick Seitz

Patrick Seitz

Animethon 20 is proud to announce our second Guest of Honour Patrick Seitz!

It beggars belief, but thanks to having spent the last decade and counting as a voiceover actor, script adapter and ADR director for well over 100 anime series and video games, Patrick Seitz is easily more of a nerd now than ever he was.

Patrick’s anime roles include Germany in Hetalia, Sky High in Tiger & Bunny, Simon in Durarara, Laxus in Fairy Tail, Sloth in FMA: Brotherhood, JP in Redline, Agni in Black Butler, George in Paradise Kiss, Motochika Chosokabe in Sengoku Basara, Nekozawa in Ouran High School Host Club, Isshin Kurosaki in Bleach, and Grimmer in Monster.

On the gaming side of the ledger, you can hear Patrick as Ragna in the BlazBlue franchise, Scorpion in the last few Mortal Kombat titles, Fenrich in Disgaea 4, Chopin in Eternal Sonata, Dracula in various 2D incarnations of Castlevania, Cervantes in SoulCalibur V, Bob and Hugo in Street Fighter X Tekken, Franky in One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, Radi Jaeger in Valkyria Chronicles, Artanis in StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty, Arthas Menethil and Garrosh Hellscream in World of Warcraft, and a bevy of demonic horrors in Diablo 3.

When we can get him to shut up, Patrick works as a script-adapter and VO director as well, having adapted portions of Hellsing Ultimate, Princess Jellyfish, Sengoku Basara, Romeo X Juliet, Heaven’s Lost Property: Forte, and all of Summer Wars, to name just a few. His directing credits include Monster and Girls Bravo, the latter of which he also got to adapt.

Patrick has a BA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Creative Writing & Writing for the Performing Arts, both of which he received at the University of California, Riverside. Before falling down the voiceover rabbit-hole, he spent two very déjà-vu filled years teaching English at his old high school.

Patrick Seitz