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Matthew Christopher Miller (born June 29, 1982 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA), better known as Matthew Mercer, is an American voice actor, script writer and independent film maker, who works for FUNimation Entertainment, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, and Studiopolis.

He's known for voicing Levi Ackerman in Attack on Titan, Kiritsugu Emiya in Fate/Zero, Jotaro Kujo in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, Kanji Tatsumi in Persona 4: The Animation, Trafalgar Law in One Piece, Sinbad in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic and Kuroh Yatogami in K.


Mercer began his career in high school doing English walla and additional characters in several Japanese anime for Animaze, and has since worked with a variety of media, including video games, cartoons, and radio commercials. He has been a guest at conventions around the world, hosting at events such as Anime Expo and Anime Matsuri. His work has expanded to a multitude of roles in video games, cartoons, and radio commercials. He directed and produced the web series There Will Be Brawl, based on the Super Smash Bros. video game series, where he provided the voices for Kirby and Meta Knight and portrayed the role of Ganondorf. Mercer also produced the web series Fear News with the Last Girl, and acts in several shows from Geek & Sundry and Nerdist.

Mercer is the Dungeon Master in the Geek & Sundry web series Critical Role, where he leads several other voice actors through a Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Mercer's work as Dungeon Master has led to a campaign book being published through Green Ronin Publishing called Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting.

Mercer married Critical Role co-star Marisha Ray in 2017.


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  • Since around 2018, Mercer had stopped appearing regularly in anime dubs due to becoming a more mainstream voice actor, and his current role as the Dungeon Master in Critical Role. However, he will continue to voice characters in anime dubs and video games as long as it's a Union Dub production or a reprisal of an old role.

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