3rd Annual BTVA Anime Awards
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Patrick Seitz

Patrick Seitz

Birth Place: Riverside, California, United States
Date Of Birth: Mar 17, 1978
Voice Over Language: English

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Often cast as villains or enigmatic heroes

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Credited Roles On BTVA So Far: 223






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said at 9:55 AM on Sat Feb 7 2015
I'm sorry if it sounds like I'm harping on this matter, but he should do more work in western animation.
said at 9:19 AM on Tue Feb 10 2015
@Troodon2 Yes, it's annoying. It's also not his fault. It's a known fact that Romano and friends are biased against VAs who primarily do anime.
said at 9:05 PM on Tue Feb 10 2015
@AntiSabat666 Source?
said at 5:25 AM on Wed Feb 11 2015
@AntiSabat666 Not gonna lie, I'd be very curious to know about this too. I can't say it's that far fetched though. Anime voice work has always had this stigma of being "lesser" work.
Shaun Ince
said at 10:43 AM on Wed Feb 11 2015
@AntiSabat666 Can you verify this?
said at 2:17 PM on Wed Feb 11 2015
@AntiSabat666 If that was actually the case then explain The Legend of Korra.

Korra had Stephanie Sheh and Richard Epcar in recurring roles and Travis Willingham and Barbara Goodson voice in a few episodes.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 2:23 PM on Wed Feb 11 2015
@AntiSabat666 The fact that some LA-based actors do more anime work than prelay work has more to do with those actors not being in a union and choosing to do series that aren't covered by the unions that most LA actors work under. Not that they can't do prelay, but it's just harder for them to get that kind of work without the extra push that unions tend to give

Just for clarification, Naruto is covered by a union, which is why it can get guys like Fred Tatasciore and Steve Blum going by his real name. Stuff like Cowboy Bebop, on the other hand, is non-union, so if any unionized VA wanted to work on it, they'd have to either go uncredited or work under an alias, like Blum did as "David Lucas".

You should probably do research on the subject matter before you go and make such ignorant commentary.
said at 8:04 PM on Wed Feb 11 2015
@Autovolt Let's not forget Tod Habberkorn.
said at 5:19 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@Troodon2 Oh yeah, Him too. How could I have forgotten about his western animation debut?
said at 9:43 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@CatsTuxedo I'm aware of all of this. I don't think anybody knows more about labor unions than I do. HOWEVER, it still doesn't change the fact that MOST modern anime VAs almost solely do anime and even IF they do have SAG cards(or are ficore, which is most of them) still don't get cast in mass western shows. Adding on to the fact that union dubs last year totaled 2, there aren't many dubbed anime that are done union anyway.

Also, remember that Bebop and Big O BOTH upgraded to union later down the line in regards to movie and second season respectively.
said at 10:27 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@Autovolt A few examples doesn't really disprove my point. The fact is that those who primarily do anime are underrepresented compared to in Japan where voice actors do both domestic and US animation.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:33 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@AntiSabat666 Because in Japan, all animated VO is done as ADR. In anime, the animation is done first. The voices are done later using ADR. Obviously dubbing an international cartoon is the same process, and I'm pretty sure games are also dubbed.

The situation is totally different than it is internationally, where pre-lay is the standard method in the animation process.
said at 10:54 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@NCZ Exactly, when doing pre-lay work, the sky is the limit.

You have more time to breath, and act physically, not worrying about matching the flaps (Ironically the original Japanese VA's an animators also have characters talking while NOT matching the sync)

When doing pre-play, you talk like an actual person, who has to take time to breath in between words, and go crazy with your vocal cords.

And Patrick Seitz has the potential to let loose as a voice actor without the restrictions of ADR.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:58 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015
@Troodon2 I get the point of what you're saying, but to be blunt I find this viewpoint somewhat condescending. ADR and pre-lay offer their own benefits and each have their own very different challenges. To say that pre-lay is "better" than ADR is a bit insulting to all of the voice actors who have mastered it down to a science.
said at 11:16 AM on Thu Feb 12 2015

Oh no, I don't mean it that way. I'll admit while I favor home made animation over anime, that doesn't mean I think anime and adr's are inferior to western animation and pre-lay voice overs, I'm not a jerk... Well ok I can be a bit of a jerk...
But I'm completely biased against anime.

That's why I like Cowboy Bebop, IGPX, Attack On Titan, and the Miyazaki movies to begin with.
said at 9:29 PM on Tue Dec 23 2014
I came here to choose a favorite role....But.....I just cant do it! D: Theres too Many I love Damn It!
said at 6:13 PM on Mon Oct 6 2014
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He sounds a lot like Scott McNeil.
Jared Delgado
said at 1:25 PM on Fri Oct 3 2014
Saw a full pictures of him standing next to people. I went: "Damn!"
NCZ (Admin)
said at 6:25 PM on Mon Jun 23 2014
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Really looking forward to hearing his Dio!
said at 1:05 AM on Thu Jun 5 2014
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Patrick Seitz is the absolute best pick of a VA for Gamagoori... I can't wait to hear him gloriously scream every manly (and risque) line for Gamagoori!
said at 8:09 PM on Mon Mar 17 2014
Happy Birthday Patrick!
Heartfilia Mage 721
said at 6:40 PM on Mon Mar 17 2014
Happy Birthday Patrick!
said at 3:12 PM on Mon Mar 17 2014
Happy Birthday Patrick Seitz!

You seriously rock as Ragna, Agil, Laxus, Simon, Scorpion, Germany, Ugo, Igor, Sloth, Basillio, Mao and many other roles.
said at 9:12 AM on Mon Mar 17 2014
Happy birthday, Patrick.

The man has done so much awesome work, and will no doubt get to do more.
said at 8:54 AM on Mon Mar 17 2014
Happy Birthday Patrick Seitz!
said at 11:41 AM on Sun Mar 16 2014
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I'll give him an early Happy Birthday before my Spring Break vacation is over, so here's a top 20 favorites list of Patrick Seitz, in no order:
Scorpion(Mortal Kombat series)
Ragna the Bloodedge(Blazblue series)
Ugo(Magi Labyrinth of Magic)
Bass Armstrong(Tekken)
Bobby(Good Luck Girl)
Sky High(Tiger and Bunny)
Senji(Deadman Wonderland)
Agni(Black Butler)
Nekomaru Nidai(Dangan Ronpa 2)
Agil(Sword Art Online)
Igor(Blue Exorcist)
Chosokabe(Sengoku Basara)
Basillio(Fire Emblem Awakening)
Laxus(Fairy Tail)
Han(Naruto Shippuden)
Caveman Cooper(Sly Cooper)
said at 4:09 PM on Fri Jun 14 2013
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Has anyone noticed that seitz looks like paul giammati or am i the only one?
said at 5:46 PM on Tue Apr 30 2013
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My 1# favorite role of Patrick Seitz is Franky of One Piece
said at 9:49 PM on Sun Mar 17 2013
Happy Birthday
said at 3:55 AM on Mon Jan 28 2013
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I reckon he would make a great replacement voice for Broli from DBZ if Vic Mignogna was ever unable to voice Broli.
said at 10:45 PM on Tue May 28 2013
@Ringworm128 You mean Broly?
said at 3:10 AM on Tue Jun 4 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Well technically the correct spelling would be ブロリ Either way is a correct, you could technically also spell it "Brori", "Buloli" or "bloli" I choose "Broli" since he's name is a pun on broccoli where as Funimation chose to romanize his name as "Broly".
said at 11:10 AM on Wed Jun 5 2013
@Ringworm128 It's more than likely just a lack of foresight on the translator's part, though it is worth noting that it hasn't been corrected since, even though a lot of DB-related movies and specials have been dubbed at least a couple times.
said at 2:43 PM on Sun Aug 26 2012
I love this guys work. He has had some great roles. Kenpachi and Isshin in Bleach who could not love those characters. I thought he was brilliant as Onishi in Texhnolyze and just to dub such an amazing piece of work must have been a thrill. Rido Kuran was an awesome character and now Crow. He just gets better and better. His script credits are also quite impressive. I particularly like his work on Hell Girl.
said at 10:47 PM on Fri Aug 17 2012
Patrick Seitz has been quite impressive this year with his noteworthy performances as Crow from Deadman Wonderland and Herschel from The Sacred Star of Milos. He is bound to get a supporting actor nomination at the next BTVA Awards.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:59 PM on Sat Mar 17 2012
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His birthday is St. Patrick's Day? I see what his parents did there.

Anyway, happy birthday!
Madness Abe
said at 10:57 PM on Sat Mar 17 2012
Happy Birthday, Patrick!

#1 favorite Voice Actor
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A favorite Voice Actor
for 223 members.
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"Great voice for crazy bad ass characters."

- slayer
Who's your favorite Patrick Seitz role? *
16.5% (23 votes)
14.4% (20 votes)
13.7% (19 votes)
Ragna the Bloodedge
11.5% (16 votes)
Senji Kiyomasa
5.8% (8 votes)
Laxus Dreyar
4.3% (6 votes)
Ira Gamagoori
3.6% (5 votes)
Senji Kiyomasa / Crow
3.6% (5 votes)
Agil / Andrew Gilbert Mills
2.9% (4 votes)
Umehito Nekozawa
2.9% (4 votes)
Chosokabe Motochika
2.2% (3 votes)
Simon Brezhnev
1.4% (2 votes)
Mondo Zappa
1.4% (2 votes)
Garrosh Hellscream
1.4% (2 votes)
1.4% (2 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
Kenpachi Zaraki
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
Captain Bravo
0.7% (1 votes)
Dio Brando
0.7% (1 votes)
Sergei Vladimir
0.7% (1 votes)
Kaptain Bluddflagg
0.7% (1 votes)
Keith Goodman / Sky High
0.7% (1 votes)
Raido Namiashi
0.7% (1 votes)
Isshin Kurosaki
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
Frederic Francois Chopin
0.7% (1 votes)
Masamori Sumimura
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
Bass Armstrong
0.7% (1 votes)
0.7% (1 votes)
139 Total Votes