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Carrie Keranen, Erica Lindbeck, Max Mittelman and Patrick Seitz

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Carrie Keranen can be heard as Lady Satsuki in Kill la Kill currently airing on the Toonami block as well as Alya in Miraculous Ladybug on Nickelodeon Sundays at noon...and most recently as Hiroko Seto in Your lie in April.

Previously, she voiced Mami Tomoe in Madoka Magica, Yamraiha in Magi and the homeroom teacher Miss Yuki in Tora Dora. Recent appearances on Naruto, Sailor Moon & Pokemon. Last summer she reprised her role as Caska in Berserk for the Movie Trilogy. In 2012 she went to San Diego ComicCon to premiere TEKKEN: Blood Vengeance as Ling Xiaoyu. Previous credits: Mokuba for the later seasons of YuGiOh, Kisara in YuGiOh Millennium, Cutie Honey in the live action Cutie Honey, Kumiko in Gokusen, Hinaku in Phoenix (Hi no Tori) and as Sheena in Pokemon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life. Her voice also appears in recurring roles on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ah! My Goddess, Slayers, Let's go Tamgotchi, Pat and Stan, and Huntik.

Her recent video game roles include Rom and (recently) Vert in the Neptunia series, Lailah in Tales of Zestiria and she was part of the Rebel Alliance in Star Wars: Battlefront, Annie in Red Dead Revolver, Lux in League of Legends, Viva Piñata and more.


Erica Lindbeck is a North Carolina native who has spent the last decade training in theatre, film, improvisation and voice acting. She finished her undergraduate degree at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film & Television last June and jumped right into the voice over world.

She is thrilled to play the roles of Kaori Miyazono in Your lie in April, Jericho in The Seven Deadly Sins, Nori of the Sleeping Knights in Sword Art Online II, Yuki Kaizuka in Aldnoah Zero, Kaede Makidera in Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Minami in Durarara X2, Gyokuen Ren in Magi: The Kingdom of Magic, and Kotoko Utsugi in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls to name a few. She is also the newest voice of Barbie.


For most of his young life, Max Mittelman had wanted to become a doctor. Once he realized however, that he would need to study grown-up things like organic chemistry, he decided that he would rather be a voice actor. Max never looked back and has since had the opportunity to play lead characters in many popular Anime series such as Inaho in Aldnoah.Zero, Hikaru in A Lull in the Sea, and most recently as Kousei Arima in Your lie in April.

He’s also appeared in Coppelion, Doraemon, Durarara!! X2 The Second Arc, Magi – The Kingdom of Magic, Mobile Suti Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Seven Deadly Sins, Sword Art Online II, Transformers: Rescue Bots, Yoshida the Mimic and Atelier: Escha & Logy.


Known primarily for his work as the guy who yells out “Super Electromagnetic Shrapnel Cannon!” in Code Geass, Patrick Seitz’s body of other, lesser work stretches back to the year 2000. When he’s not busy playing Love Live: School Idol Festival, Patrick Seitz gets paid to voice guys who A) yell a lot, B) wear an eye-patch, C) have an accent, or D) sport a cool haircut.

His anime credits include Gamagoori from Kill la Kill; Franky from One Piece; Laxus from Fairy Tail; Keith from Attack on Titan; Motochika from Sengoku Basara; Senji from Deadman Wonderland; Isshin and Kenpachi from Bleach; Dio from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure; Germany from Hetalia; Agni from Black Butler; Simon from Durarara; Kunzite from Sailor Moon; Sky High from Tiger & Bunny; Luke Valentine from Hellsing and Hellsing: Ultimate; and JP from Redline. Grimmer from Monster and Nekozawa from Ouran High School Host Club.

On the video game side of the equation, Patrick’s credits include Ragna in the BlazBlue series; Garrosh Hellscream and Arthas Menethil in World of Warcraft; Scorpion in the last few Mortal Kombat games; Artanis in StarCraft II; Kog’Maw, Lucian, and Renekton in League of Legends; Kana Rua in Pillars of Eternity, Basilio in Fire Emblem: Awakening; Samson in Skullgirls; Chopin in Eternal Sonata; Doug in Xenoblade Chronicles X; and create-a-character voices in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and The Sims 4.

Seitz also does script-adaptation and ADR directing—most recently, for the English dub of Your lie in April. If you’ve seen shows like Steins;Gate, Romeo X Juliet, Space Dandy, Princess Jellyfish, or Deadman Wonderland, he done writ some of them words—or, in the case of Summer Wars and Wolf Children, *all* of them words! His directing credits include State of Decay, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Citizens of Earth, Rune Factory 4, Conception 2, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker, Monster, Girls Bravo, and BlazBlue: Alter Memory.

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