Matthew Mercer

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Matthew Mercer
Mercer in 2023
Matthew Christopher Miller

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, U.S.
Years active2004–present
(m. 2017)

Matthew Christopher Miller, better known professionally as Matthew Mercer, is an American voice actor and game designer who has provided voice work for cartoons, animations, video games, and English localizations of Japanese anime.

In anime, Mercer voices Levi Ackerman in Attack on Titan, Kiritsugu Emiya in Fate/Zero, Jotaro Kujo in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Aikurō Mikisugi in Kill la Kill, Kanji Tatsumi during the second half of Persona 4: The Animation, the second voice of Yamato in Naruto, Trafalgar Law in the Funimation dub of One Piece, Hit in Dragon Ball Super, Seijirou Kikuoka in Sword Art Online, Falco in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, and Leorio in Hunter x Hunter.

In video games, Mercer has voiced Leon S. Kennedy in Resident Evil 6, Ganondorf in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Kurtis Stryker in Mortal Kombat 9, Chrom and Ryoma in Fire Emblem, Jack Cooper in Titanfall 2, Espio the Chameleon in Sonic the Hedgehog, Deadshot in Injustice 2, Cole Cassidy (formerly Jesse McCree) in Overwatch, Yusuke Kitagawa in Persona 5, MacCready in Fallout 4, Midas and Syd in Fortnite: Battle Royale and Fortnite: Save the World respectively, Edér Teylecg and Aloth Corfiser in Pillars of Eternity, Gangplank and Kindred's Wolf in League of Legends, Walter in Shin Megami Tensei IV, Ira from Kingdom Hearts, Goro Majima from Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and Vincent Valentine from Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

In addition to his voice acting work, Mercer has developed and served as the Dungeon Master for the Dungeons & Dragons web series Critical Role since 2015.[4] He is also a game designer[1][2] and the chief creative officer of Critical Role Productions.[3]

Early life[edit]

Matthew Christopher Miller was born in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to a family of a Scottish descent.[5] His family moved to Los Angeles when he was eight.[5] Miller attended Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, California.[6] Miller has a brother who writes and performs music under the stage name Dave Heatwave. Miller spoke with a stutter when he was young; his father, who also stuttered, recruited a speech therapist, who reduced the effects to the point that only certain words trigger it.[5] Miller decided to adopt "Mercer", which members of his family had used in the past, as his stage surname because his birth name was too similar to someone already represented by the actor's union SAG-AFTRA.[5] He had a stint as a member of The Groundlings.[6]


Mercer at the 2017 WonderCon.

Mercer began his career performing English walla and additional characters in several Japanese anime, and has since also worked in cartoons, video games, 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 cartoons, video games and radio commercials. He directed and produced the web series There Will Be Brawl,[7] based on the Super Smash Bros. video game series, where he provided the voices for both Meta Knight and Kirby, and portrayed the role of Ganondorf. He also acted in several shows from the Geek & Sundry and Nerdist networks and produced the web series Fear News with the Last Girl for FEARnet which was a 2010 Webby Awards Honoree for the Experimental & Weird category.[8]

In 2016, Mercer served as the Dungeon Master for Force Grey: Giant Hunters, which ran for 2 seasons.[9] In 2017, he was the Dungeon Master for the Nerdist show CelebriD&D, which puts D&D-playing celebrities into a small, mini-campaign where they are paired with role-players.[10] He has also been a player in other actual play web series such as Dimension 20 and L.A. by Night.[11][12]

Critical Role[edit]

Mercer at the 2023 Critical Role live show in Wembley Arena.

Mercer is the Dungeon Master of the web series Critical Role,[4] which launched on Geek & Sundry in 2015, where he leads several other voice actors through a Dungeons & Dragons campaign.[13][14] Critical Role was both the Webby Winner and the People's Voice Winner in the "Games (Video Series & Channels)" category at the 2019 Webby Awards;[3] the show was also both a Finalist and the Audience Honor Winner in the "Games" category at the 2019 Shorty Awards.[15] Luke Winkie, in a human-interest story for Slate, called Mercer "an expert improviser" and "a maestro with the dice in his hands, weaving interlocking plot lines and complex thematic threads out of thin air" with "the innate ability to make a Dungeons & Dragons campaign feel like a tightly wound limited drama".[16] Winkie commented that "it can be downright intimidating to watch Mercer when he's at the peak of his powers. As a career voice actor, he possesses all of the subtle performance intangibles that saturate his storytelling with life: the timing, the verve, the language flourishes".[16]

After becoming hugely successful, the Critical Role cast left the Geek & Sundry network in early 2019 and set up their own production company, Critical Role Productions;[17][18][19][20] Mercer is the company's chief creative officer.[3] Soon after, they aimed to raise $750,000 on Kickstarter to create an animated series of their first campaign, but ended up raising over $11 million.[21] In November 2019, Amazon Prime Video announced that they had acquired the streaming rights to this animated series, now titled The Legend of Vox Machina;[22][23] Mercer reprised his role as Sylas Briarwood and other characters.[24][25]

In October 2020, Mercer became the creative advisor for the Critical Role board and card game imprint called Darrington Press.[26] From June to August 2021, Mercer appeared on Exandria Unlimited, a spinoff of Critical Role, as a player.[27][28][29] In March 2022, he reprised his role in the two part special Exandria Unlimited: Kymal.[30][31]

Game design[edit]

Mercer's work as Dungeon Master has led to the development of three campaign setting books being published about his world of Exandria. The first is the Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting (2017) published through Green Ronin Publishing.[1] The second is the Explorer's Guide to Wildemount (2020) published through Wizards of the Coast, thus making Exandria an official Dungeons and Dragons campaign setting.[2][32] The third is Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn (2022), a revised and expanded edition of the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, which was published by Darrington Press, the publishing label created by Critical Role Productions.[33] Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn was nominated for the 2022 ENNIE Awards in the "Best Setting" category.[34]

On March 15, 2022, a new adventure module titled Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep (2022), with Mercer, James Haeck and Chris Perkins as lead designers, was released. It is the second collaboration book between Wizards of the Coast and Critical Role Productions.[35][36]

Personal life[edit]

Mercer married voice actress and Critical Role co-star Marisha Ray on October 21, 2017.[37] His proposal was wildly popular among fans as he created an escape room game with the Critical Role cast to propose to Marisha. They live in Los Angeles with their dog, a corgi named Omar.[38]

In an October 2018 interview, Mercer revealed that he suffers from body dysmorphic disorder and has always struggled with his physical appearance.[5] In a 2017 Q&A, Mercer said that while he identifies himself as heterosexual and primarily experiences attraction to women, he has also been attracted to men and experienced homophobia while growing up as an androgynous boy.[39] He explained that he tries his best in storytelling to also represent the experiences of close LGBTQ+ family and friends.[39] As an activist, he works with various LGBTQ+ rights charities like OutRight Action International.[40]


Voice acting[edit]


List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[41]
2012 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan – Demon Capital Rihan Nura Press
2013 Persona 4: The Animation Kanji Tatsumi Replacement voice [42][43]
Fate/Zero Kiritsugu Emiya [44]
K Kuroh Yatogami [45]
Digimon Fusion Reapmon, Beelzemon, Omnimon, others [42]
2013–21 Sword Art Online series Seijirou Kikuoka Season 2 and on Tweet[46]
2014 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic Sinbad [47]
2014–18 Naruto: Shippuden Yamato, others Replaces Troy Baker, ep 230– Tweet[48]
2014–2024 Attack on Titan Levi Ackerman [49]
2014–15 Kill la Kill Aikuro Mikisugi Also OVA [50]
2014 Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet Chamber [51]
Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals Might Guy [52]
2015–present One Piece Trafalgar Law, Binz Funimation dub [53]
2015 Sailor Moon Prince Demande Viz Media dub [54]
2015–16 Aldnoah.Zero Koichiro Marito [55]
2015 Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Kiritsugu Emiya Television series [56]
Attack on Titan: Junior High Levi [57]
Sailor Moon Crystal Prince Demande [54]
Daimidaler the Sound Robot Kouichi [58]
2016 Brothers Conflict Yusuke Asahina [59]
2016–19 Hunter × Hunter Leorio Paladiknight 2011 series [60]
2016 Black Butler: Book of Circus Joker [61]
2016—present Bungō Stray Dogs Nathaniel Hawthorne [62]
2016 Fairy Tail Silver Fullbuster [63]
Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Mitsunari Ishida [64]
2017–19 Dragon Ball Super Hit Funimation dub [65]
2017–22 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Jotaro Kujo starting from Stardust Crusaders[a] [66]
2019 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Yamato [67]
Ultraman Narrator, Bemular, others Netflix series [42]
2019–present Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Kagaya Ubuyashiki [68]
2020 Ghost in the Shell: SAC 2045 Nameless, Agents, US Embassy Staffer Netflix series [42]
Persona 5: The Animation Yusuke Kitagawa [42]
2021 Fruits Basket God Season 3 [69]
2022 Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Falco Netflix series [70]


List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
2011–12 ThunderCats Tygra [42]
2013 Beware the Batman Ice Pick Joe [42]
2015 DC Super Friends Superman, Two-Face [42]
Wabbit Bigfoot [71]
2016–17 Regular Show Chance Sureshot, Recap Robot, others [42]
2017–19 Avengers Assemble Hercules, Tiger Shark, others [42]
2017 Marvel's Spider-Man Aleksei Sytsevich / Rhino, others [42]
Zak Storm Golden Bones Tweet[72]
Freedom Fighters: The Ray Black Arrow, Doll Man, Oliver Queen / Green Arrow Web series [73][74]
2018 Voltron: Legendary Defender Lieutenant Hepta Tweet[75]
2020 Robot Chicken Ant-Man, Aquaman [42]
Blood of Zeus Hermes Tweet[76]
2022–present The Legend of Vox Machina Trinket, Sylas Briarwood, Orthax, Umbrasyl, others [24][25]
2022 Dragon Age: Absolution Fairbanks [77]


List of English dubbing performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2012 Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos Melvin Voyager Limited theatrical release for English dub [42]
Resident Evil: Damnation Leon S. Kennedy [42][78]
2017 Resident Evil: Vendetta Leon S. Kennedy Limited theatrical release [79][80][81]
Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale Seijirō Kikuoka [82]
2019 Promare Gueira Limited theatrical release [83]
One Piece: Stampede Trafalgar Law [84]
2022 One Piece Film: Red [85]
2023 Resident Evil: Death Island Leon S. Kennedy Limited theatrical release [86][87]
List of voice and dubbing performances in direct-to-video and television films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2013 Iron Man: Rise of Technovore Tony Stark (Iron Man) [42]
Leo the Lion Maximus Elephante [42]
2014 Justice League: War Guard [42]
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison Mui [88]
Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher Iron Man (Tony Stark) [42]
One Piece Film: Z Bins [42]
2015 Tiger & Bunny: The Rising Richard Max [89]
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts Mech Guard 1, Wealthy Jock [42]
Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! Captain America, Gingerbread Men [42]
2016 Batman: Bad Blood Hellhound, Chuckie Sol [42]
2017 K: Missing Kings Kuroh Yatogami [90]
2021 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train Kagaya Ubuyashiki [42]
Justice Society: World War II Hourman [91]
Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms Stryker, Smoke [92]
2023 Mortal Kombat Legends: Cage Match Ethan, Bully [93]

Video games[edit]

List of voice and dubbing performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[94][95]
2002 Pryzm, Chapter 1: The Dark Unicorn Zartu - Dark Unicorn, Various Characters [96]
2004 Scaler Scaler Resume
Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War Albert Genette Resume
World of Warcraft General Vezax, Halion, Captain Drok Resume
2008 Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Treasure Hunter Cid Resume
Rise of the Argonauts Phaiden Resume
2009 Street Fighter IV Fei Long [42]
Star Ocean: The Last Hope Edge Maverick Resume
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard Dockworker, Elite Commander, Employee Tester [42]
Wolfenstein Erik Engle Resume
Brütal Legend Gravedigger [42]
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers Blaze [42]
2010 No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Skelter Helter, Bishop Shidax [42]
Super Street Fighter IV Fei Long [42]
Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage Rei Tweet[97]
2011 Mortal Kombat Kurtis Stryker Press
Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny James [42]
2012 Soulcalibur V Z.W.E.I. Press
Guild Wars 2 Male Norn Player, Arkk, others [98][99]
Dead or Alive 5 Bayman Press
Resident Evil 6 Leon S. Kennedy [42][100]
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask Henry Ledore Press
2013 Fire Emblem Awakening Chrom [42][101]
Aliens: Colonial Marines Keyes [42]
Gears of War: Judgment Pilot, Onyx Soldier, PA Officer Credited under "Voiceover Thanks" [42]
Shin Megami Tensei IV Walter Tweet[42]
Tales of Xillia Alvin Tweet[42]
Rune Factory 4 Leon Also Special [42]
Batman: Arkham Origins Anarky Press
Knack Gundahar [42]
République Prizrak [42]
2014 Hearthstone Rexxar, others Tweet[102]
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes The Eye, Prisoner 12282, soldiers/extras [42]
Destiny Guardian: Human Male also motion performance [103][104]
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Kanji Tatsumi [105]
Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle Guardian Zephyrus [42]
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Kilrogg Deadeye [106][107]
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Kanji Tatsumi Tweet[43]
Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- Zato-1 Tweet[108]
2015 Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Gallows Dodger, Demons, Blackbeard [42][109][110]
Evolve Abe [42]
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Trey [42][111]
Pillars of Eternity Edér, Aloth, others [112][113]
Batman: Arkham Knight Robin [114]
League of Legends Gangplank, Kindred (Wolf) Tweet[115]
Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Haiji Towa [116]
Minecraft: Story Mode Aiden, Otis, TNT Dustin, The Old Farmer, others [42]
Fallout 4 MacCready, Mr. Sumner, Z1-14 [42]
Stella Glow Klaus Tweet[42]
Xenoblade Chronicles X Lao [42]
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Olivert Reise Arnor [42]
2016 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Pain, Eight-Tails (Gyuki)   [117]
Seven Knights Kris Facebook[118]
Fire Emblem Fates Ryoma, Shigure, Azama Tweet[42]
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Espio the Chameleon Tweet[119]
Overwatch Cole Cassidy Character named Jesse McCree until October 2021 [120]
Mighty No. 9 Mighty No. 1 Pyrogen [42]
Zero Time Dilemma Sigma Klim [42][121]
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II Olivert Reise Arnor [42]
Skylanders: Imaginators Spyro the Dragon Tweet[122]
Titanfall 2 Jack Cooper   [42]
Final Fantasy XV Cor Leonis [42]
2017 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Ira Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover movie [42]
Fire Emblem Heroes Ryoma, Chrom, Azama, Shigure [42]
Club Penguin Island Rory [123]
Persona 5 Yusuke Kitagawa [42][124]
Puyo Puyo Tetris Ex [42]
Injustice 2 Deadshot [125]
Batman: The Enemy Within Mr. Freeze, others [42]
Sonic Forces Espio the Chameleon [42]
Star Wars Battlefront II Luke Skywalker [42]
2018 Monster Hunter: World Field Team Leader, Huntsman Tweet[42]
Dragon Ball FighterZ Hit [42]
Lego DC Super-Villains Nightwing, Deadshot [126]
Epic Seven Basar, Corvus, Jecht [42]
Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Yusuke Kitagawa [42]
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Chrom, Yusuke Kitagawa Yusuke through Joker DLC released in April 2019 [42]
2019 Kingdom Hearts III Ira [42]
Judgment Mitsuru Kuroiwa Press[42]
Catherine: Full Body Yusuke Kitagawa under Persona 5 DLC credits [42]
Indivisible Zebei [42]
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Olivert Reise Arnor [42]
Death Stranding The Ludens Fan, Med Voice, Bomb Countdown [42]
2020 Persona 5 Royal Yusuke Kitagawa [42]
The Last of Us Part II Prison leader Credited in closing credits
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV George Nome, Olivert Reise Arnor [42]
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Goro Majima [127]
2021 Persona 5 Strikers Yusuke Kitagawa [42]
Guilty Gear Strive Zato-1, Eddie [42]
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles Kagaya Ubuyashiki, others [42]
2022 Phantom Breaker: Omnia Tokiya Kanzaki [128]
Overwatch 2 Cole Cassidy
Return to Monkey Island Cobb [42]
Star Ocean: The Divine Force Raimbaut Aucerius, Luca Maverick [42]
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Fyrakk [129]
Marvel's Midnight Suns Hunter (Male) [42]
2023 Fire Emblem Engage Chrom [42]
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Ganondorf [42]
The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie Olivert Reise Arnor [42]
Baldur's Gate 3 Minsc [130]
Starfield Ezekiel, others [131]
Disgaea 7: Vows of the Virtueless Valvatorez [42]
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name Goro Majima [42]
Persona 5 Tactica Yusuke Kitagawa [132]
Asgard's Wrath 2 Loki [133]
2024 Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth Goro Majima [42]
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Vincent Valentine [134]

Other media[edit]

List of voice performances in other media
Year Title Role Notes Source
2009 There Will Be Brawl Ganondorf, Kirby, Meta Knight Also director and co-creator
Hosted on The Escapist website



List of acting performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source
2015 Mythica: The Darkspore Szorlok Premiered on CONtv [136][137]
Mythica: The Necromancer Premiered on CONtv [138]
2016 Mythica: The Iron Crown Funded through Kickstarter [139][140]
Mythica: The Godslayer [141][142]

Web series[edit]

List of appearances in web shows and series
Year Title Role Notes Source
2015–present Critical Role Dungeon Master Also Creator and Producer; 3 campaigns + specials [13]
2015–18 CelebriD&D Celebrity guest D&D show presented by Nerdist [143][144]
2016–17 Force Grey Wizards of the Coast D&D show presented by Nerdist and Geek & Sundry [9][145]
2019 UnDeadwood Clayton "The Coffin" Sharpe Main role. Limited series using the Deadlands RPG system presented by Critical Role Productions [146][147]
2019–present Dimension 20 Kraz-Thun / Leiland
"Unlucky Jack" Brakkow
Dungeon Master
Escape from the Bloodkeep campaign
Pirates of Leviathan campaign
The Ravening War campaign
2020 Vancouver by Night Cuthbert Beckett Guest role; season 1, episode 13. Web series using the Vampire: The Masquerade RPG system. [12][152]
2021–22 Exandria Unlimited Dariax Main role; also Kymal special in 2022 [27][28][29][30][31]
2021 L.A. by Night Cuthbert Beckett Episode: "Reign in Hell" [12][153]
2023 Candela Obscura Game Master 3 episodes; actual play web series using the Illuminated Worlds system. [154][155]


Role-playing games[edit]


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