Oh yeah, he’s “that” Joshua Seth…
Joshua Seth’s versatile voice caught the attention of casting directors back in the late 90s and he soon became one of the busiest voice-over actors in Hollywood. He’s the voice behind hundreds of commercials (he was the voice of Tower Records), thousands of promos (he was the voice of Kids WB), and dozens of the most popular anime characters of all time. Joshua retired from voice overs in 2005 (after voicing various roles in the Spongebob Squarepants movie) to tour the world with his comedy hypnosis and mentalism shows. Here’s a brief overview of his career in Hollywood…
Millions of kids grew up listening to Joshua as the voice of “Tai”, the leader of the Digimon in “Digimon: The Movie” as well as on the #1 daily cartoon series on the Fox network. He soon followed up that success as the starring voice of Cartoon Network’s “Dual Masters”.
Other starring animation roles include: “Cyborg Soldier 009″ on the Cartoon Network show of the same name, “Spencer” on the hit ABC Family show “Tokyo Pig”, and “Sparky” on Nickelodeon’s “Speed Racer”.
To adult fans of animation, he’s best known as the villainous voice of “Tetsuo”, the starring role in the newly restored, animated masterpiece, “Akira” (2001). Joshua also voiced the evil “Young Knives” in “Trigun” and the heroic “Elk” in “Arc the Lad”.
His voice has been heard on hundreds national radio and TV commercials.
He was the voice of “Tower Records” for years and was also heard nationwide on numerous ads for Disneyland, America Online, Mountain Dew, Coors Light, Pacific Bell, Ford, Universal Studios, Verizon, 7-11, Mitsubishi, and Taco Bell, to name but a few.
Television shows include:
• Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• Everybody Loves Raymond
• 7th Heaven” and
• Maximum Exposure (Max-X)
• Akira (2001 version)
• Spongebob Squarepants
• She’s All That
• Leave It To Beaver
• Starship Troopers
• Encino Man
• And the Academy Award winning “Chaplin”
In 2003, Joshua’s body of work allowed him to be inducted into The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Joshua retired from the field of voice acting to tour the world with his live events after voicing various roles in “The Spongebob Squarepants” movie in 2005.
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