Yes, he's "that" Joshua Seth

Even if you’ve never seen Joshua at one of his live events, you’ve definitely heard his voice.

In his former career as one of the busiest voice-actors in Hollywood, Joshua Seth voiced of some of the most popular Anime characters of all time. He has been heard on over 65 animated TV series and Movies as well as hundreds of commercials and literally thousands of promos.

Millions of kids grew up listening to Joshua as the starring role  of Tai, the leader of the Digimon, in the wildly successful animated series Digimon on Fox Kids, as well as in the movie of the same name. He soon followed up that success by starring voice of of Shobu on 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 Hige on Cartoon Network’s Wolf’s Rain, as well as 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 animated masterpiece, Akira (2001). Joshua also voiced the evil Young Knives in Trigun and the heroic Elk in Arc the Lad.

Joshua’s also the voice behind hundreds of commercials. He was the voice of Tower Records and has been 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.

As a promo announcer, Joshua was the voice of the Kids WB Saturday morning programming block. the Kids WB’s Aftertoons Show block, and the Saturdays: Unleashed block on the WB.

In 2005 Joshua voiced various roles in The Spongebob Squarepants Movie and then left Hollywood to go on tour with his live show. Since then, he’s starred in two of his own TV specials in Japan, two more TV specials in South Korea, and performed at over 3,000 live events in nearly 40 countries around the world.

Except for occasional appearances at comic-cons to meet with fans, Joshua is retired from voice acting.