Articles from September 2011

TJI Guest: Dino Andrade. Tech Jives Interviews With Chris Pope, Actors, Producers, Authors and more.

Guest: Dino Andrade(voice of many video game characters). Chris Pope of and interviews all sorts of people. Come have a listen and join the show!

016 – Talkin Toons with Rob Paulsen – Weekly Voice Acting and Voice Over Tips

Guest: Andrea Romano. Join Emmy and Annie award winner Rob Paulsen as he talks about his experiences in voice acting! Visit for more information!

Dino Andrade(voice of many video game characters) joins Chris Pope on Tech Jives Interviews!

Join Chris Pope on an interview with another legendary voice actor!


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About Dino:

Dino Andrade (born September 16, 1963) manages dual careers as both an American voice actor and the Creator/Owner Operator of the geek dating/community website In the 1990s, Andrade dabbled as a screenwriter and independent film maker with no immediate plans to return to film making.

Filmography – voice actor

Video games


  • The Five Senses (2011 Cartoon Network Interstitials) – The Old Dude/The Bus Dude
  • $h*! My Dad Says (2010 TV Promo) – Voice of Shatner at age 17
  • Ring Force Five (2008 NBC Animated Pilot) – Morae (series Villain)
  • A Martian Christmas (2008 Animated Holiday Special) – Zork/Dwight (Credited as K.C.D. Shannon as a nod to Mary Kay Bergman‘s Shannon Cassidy)
  • Great Family Getaways: Orlando (2008) – Narrator
  • Hellsing Ultimate: Hellsing III (2007) – Wild Geese Soldier/Rio Newsman
  • Martin (2007 Adult Swim Animated Pilot) – Martin (series lead)
  • Wolf’s Rain (2004)
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002)
  • Saint Tail (2001)

Online series

  • Pocket God Fishmas Special (2010) — Klik
  • 2009 A True Story (2008) — Mayor of Los Angeles, Chief Network Executive
  • Kevin Costners’ The Explorer’s Guild (2008) — Father Russeau (series villain)
  • Revisioned: Tomb Raider Animated Series – Revenge of the Aztec Mummy (2007) — Rodrigo, Moctezuma
  • PvP: The Series (2007) – Skull the Troll


  • Kellogg’s Corn Pops – Pool Party Television Spot (2011) – Cool Boy Pop
  • White Castle Roma Tomato Slider Radio (2010) — Giuseppe
  • ARCO Gas Institute Radio (2009) — Benjamin Franklin
  • The voice of “Pop” of “Snap”, “Crackle” & “Pop” for all US Rice Krispies advertising campaigns including TV commercials, online campaigns and radio spots. (2007–2009)
  • Voice of “Gil” the official mascot of the Gilroy Gardens theme Park in Northern California. (2008–2009)


Filmography – live action film maker

  • Bob’s Video (1999) – writer, director, and co-executive producer, actor(uncredited)
  • Pumpkin Man (1998) – writer

Filmography – live action actor



  • Bank of America
  • McDonald’s
  • Delta Air Lines

WoW Arthas & WC3 Arthas Comparison

TJI-Guest: Patrick Seitz(voice of Arthas in Blizzards World of Warcraft. Also voices in many Anime titles)

Tech Jives Interviews with Chris Pope talks with Patrick Seitz.

Patrick Seitz interviews with Chris Pope today!

Join Chris Pope as he interviews Patrick Seitz with LIVE audio and chat room today…



Patrick Seitz (born March 17, 1978 in Riverside, California) is an American voice actor, script-adapter and ADR director, primarily known for his work in anime and video games.

He has, by his own estimation, worked on over 100 projects since his initial foray into the voiceover industry in 2001 with the Geneon OVAAmazing Nurse Nanako. He has lent his voice to such projects as BleachHellsing and One PieceKoi KazeParadise Kiss, and Tales of Phantasia. His video game roles include Frederic Chopin in the JRPG Eternal SonataScorpion in the most recent Mortal Kombat titles,Count Dracula in several Castlevania installments, Ragna the Bloodedege in several Blazblue installments, Jin Kazama in Tekken: Blood Vengeance (as Darren Daniels), Bob in several Tekken series from Tekken 6 and Isshin Kurosaki in Bleach.

On the other side of the mic, Seitz adapted and directed the English dubs of Girls Bravo, the Kamichu, and OVA Tales of Phantasia, in addition to adapting over 100 episodes of other series, including ZegapainHell GirlRomeo x Juliet.

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


Video Game roles

Anime Roles

Non-anime roles

TJI-Guest: Erin Fitzgerald(voice of many animation and video game characters)

Tech Jives Interviews with Chris Pope talks with Erin Fitzgerald.

Developology #8: The Runaway Dunaway

From user experience to apple fritters, Brian Dunaway and the Developology hosts discuss all that is important in the world of a developer!

015 – Talkin Toons with Rob Paulsen – Weekly Voice Acting and Voice Over Tips

Guest: Ash Paulsen. Join Emmy and Annie award winner Rob Paulsen as he talks about his experiences in voice acting! Visit for more information!

Actress Erin Fitzgerald interviews with Chris Pope on Friday 9/23/11

Join Chris Pope LIVE as he interviews another great actress!


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Erin Fitzgerald is a Canadian-American voice actress. She was born in Victoria, British ColumbiaCanada, and is bilingual, speaking both English and French fluently. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Most famous for her roles of May Kanker and Nazz in Cartoon Network‘s longest running seriesEd, Edd and Eddy, Fitzgerald can currently be heard on the Monster High series by Mattel as Abbey Bominable and Spectra

Vondergeist, as well as Lea and Shani in Mattel’s Polly Pocketseries. She also has a role on the animated series Wild Grinders, created by Rob Dyrdek for Nick Toons, on which she plays Stubford, Denise and Patti. She was also the announcer on Nickelodeon’s Brainsurge for the first two seasons.

After years in voice-over roles, Fitzgerald chose to return to live action with the Machinima seriesBite Me playing Marcy, the cougar next door who becomes a zombie.itzgerald also works with the comedy troupe “Fake Radio”,[1] performing 1940s radio plays and shows live on stage in authentic costumes.

Erin is also known by alot of gamer fans from voicing Commander SarannisEssence of DesireDorothee and The Crone in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade



Animated roles

Anime roles

Video game roles