Matthew Mercer is an American voice actor born in Florida. While he mostly voiced extras in anime dubbing, he found more prominence in western animation voice roles and Japanese video game dubs, though as of late, he's been getting more prominent roles in anime slowly. In 2010, he directed and starred in the live-action web original series There Will Be Brawl
, which also featured friends and other voice actors such as Kyle Hebert
Roles done by Matthew Mercer
Tropes Associated with Matthew Mercer:
- Alliterative Name
- Awesome McCoolname: His name wouldn't be out of place in a comic book.
- Badass: Most of his roles.
- Badass Baritone: A lot of his roles have really deep voices.
- The Cameo: He has one in the Man at Arms episode where the Sword of Omen is forged, and gets to try it out.
- Large Ham: He doesn't actually get to be melodramatic very often, but when he does...
- Man of a Thousand Voices: Boasts an impressive range. In cases of substitution, he's capable of sounding exactly like Troy Baker and even Roger Craig Smith.
- One of Us: Oh so very much.
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: He 's unquestionably the go-to guy for serious and/or sarcastic badasses with deep voices. Bonus points of they're fairly young (a lot of his characters are either teenagers or young men in their twenties) and have troubled pasts.
- Promoted Fanboy: He's a massive fan of Resident Evil, with Leon being his favorite character prior to playing the role of Leon himself.
- Playing with Character Type: Alvin from Tales of Xillia is probably Matt's most diverse role yet, as he starts out as a sarcastic badass until he starts betraying the party and goes through Sanity Slippage.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Increasingly with Sam Riegel. The two have starred together in K, Tales of Xillia, and Fire Emblem Awakening, all within about a year.
- Star-Making Role
- While mostly known online for There Will Be Brawl, Matt got a lot of people to know his name thanks to his role as Tygra in the 2011 ThunderCats.
- 2013 easily jumped him up to one of the most noticeable VA's out there as his roles as Chrom in Fire Emblem Awakening, Kiritsugu Emiya from Fate/Zero, Kuroh Yatogami from K and Alvin from Tales of Xillia made him shine in most people's eyes.