Creator / Patrick Seitz

Patrick Seitz has, by his own estimation, worked on over 100 projects since his initial foray into the voiceover industry in 2001 with the Geneon OVA Amazing Nurse Nanako. While probably best known for his involvement with more popular titles like Bleach and Hellsing, Seitz has also received acclaim for his work in niche titles, such as Koi Kaze as Koshiro Saeki, Paradise Kiss as Joji "George" Koizumi, and Tales of Phantasia as Dhaos. Seitz is often cast as villains or enigmatic heroes, in keeping with his deep voice, although a few other projects (e.g. Ouran High School Host Club, One Piece, Red Line, and Bleach) have featured him going higher and zanier.

On the other side of the mic, Seitz adapted and directed the English dubs of the raunchy teen romp Girls Bravo, the slice-of-life Kamichu!, the mystery drama Monster, and the previously-mentioned fantasy OVA Tales of Phantasia, in addition to adapting over 100 episodes of other series.

Seitz has been moderately active in the anime convention circuit over the last few years, putting in over two dozen appearances throughout North America since mid-2005.

Prior to his current level of involvement in the voiceover industry, Seitz taught English at his high school alma mater, and received a BA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Creative Writing & Writing for the Performing Arts (both from UC Riverside).

Has a Twitter account.

Cool fact: with a beard, he almost looks like Adam Savage.

His Canadian counterpart is Scott McNeil, his Dallas counterpart is Christopher Sabat and his Houston counterparts are Brett Weaver (who also works in Dallas for FUNimation, which Patrick also frequently works for), George Manely, and Rob Mungle. His New York equivalent is Dan Green. (Each of his equivalents have either a deep voice, or often play Large Ham and Badass roles in common with him.)

Edward Bosco and to a lesser extent Kaiji Tang are slowly shaping up to be his Spiritual Successors



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You thought these tropes would belong to Johnny, but it was I, Patrick!