Zombie Train - Penfold Theater - Derek Stone
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee - William Barfee
God's Favorite - Joe Benjamin
The Boys Next Door - Norman Balanski

Beach Ball Concussion - Brett
Bus Stop - Sherrif Will
Brothers, Boyfriends, and other Criminals - Mr. Lundquist, Mob Boss
The Adventures of Don Quixote (An interactive show)- Brett

Journey of the Wisemen - The Guide

Saucers Over Santa Rosa- Steve Mitchell
MoneyGo on 34th Street - Finster (Kris Kringle)
Pinnochio - Multiple characters
Judy at the Stonewall Inn - Micheal
Dracula - Jonathon Harker
Brigadoon - Harry Beaton
Yoeman of the Guard - Guardsman

Cedar Storage Campaign - Utah
CyberKnife - The Brain and Spine Center at Brackenridge Hospital
Sandy Kirkindall - Mayoral Campaign
Independent Insurance Agents of Texas - Automatic Message

Kohan II: War of Kings (role)
Axis And Allies (role)
Smite! (role)

Voice Over Work (ADV Films, Funimation, Sentai Works)

Intrigue in the Bakamatsu - H.S. Parkes
Dragonball Z Kai - Announcer
Super Dimension Fortress Macross - Roy Fokker
Tears to Tiara - Cecil, Gaius
One Piece - Captain "Axe Hand" Morgan
One Piece: The Desert Princess - Mr. 1
Gurren Lagann - Kamina (Unaired ADV Films Dub)
Neon Genesis Evangelion - Touji Suzuhara
Martian Successor Nadesico - Gai Daigoji, Tsukomo Shiratori
Sorcerer Hunters - Carrot Glace
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Cremin
Gantz - Akitoshi
Samurai 7 - Syusai
Nerima Daikon Brothers - Video Rental Guy (Nabeshin)
Witchblade - Akira Nakata
Slayers Special - Prince Jeffrey, Old Man
Godannar - Goh Saruwatari
Excel Saga - Nabeshin
Zone of the Enders - Hines
Ushio & Tora - Tora
Puni Puni Poemy - Nabeshin
Street Fighter II V - Ryu
King of Bandits Jing - Vodka
Dragon Half - Damaramu
Princess Nine - Ishimaru
Gasaraki - Kiyoharu Gowa
New Cutey Honey - Akira
Getter Robo: Armageddon - Ranbert
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku -Shinichi
Battle Angel - Rasha, Flight Announcer
Those Who Hunt Elves - Pirate Hammerhead
Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 - Kane
Gunsmith Cats - Washington
Dark Warrior - Joe Takagami
Casshern Sins - Tetsu
Dirty Pair: Flight 005 Conspiracy - Mughi
Dirty Pair: Affair on Nolandia - Mughi
Dirty Pair OAV - Don
Dirty Pair Flash - Hans the Cyberjunkie, Elder Kaps, entire village, Professor Kaps, President, Semolina, Stud
Ruin Explorers Fam & Ihrie - Gill, Miguel
Fire Emblem - Julian
Full Metal Panic! - Andy
Nurse Witch Komugi - Nabeshin
Sorcerer on the Rocks - Genmi
Case Closed - Hadrian, Hamilton, Mark Newman
Dragon Knight - Head Dragon Knight, Lizard Henchman
Ki*me*ra - Osamu
My Bride is a Mermaid - Shibasaki
Najica Blitz Tactics- Kidel, Old Man
Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning - Mr. Sugisawa
Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom - Muroto
Suikoden Demon Century - Lead Villain, Masaru
Super Atragon - Adjutant, Kageyama
Those Who Hunt Elves - Pirate Hammerhead
Blue Seed (TV)
Blue Seed Beyond (OAV)
Burn Up W (OAV)
Burst Angel: Infinity (OAV)
Claymore (TV)
Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino
Sol Bianca (OAV)
Ouran High School Host Club (TV)
Plastic Little (OAV)
Solty Rei (TV)
Spectral Force (OAV)

Name: Brett A. Weaver
Likes: good home cooking, humor, dogs
Dislikes: beets, rudeness, parrots

Three important lessons I have learned:
1. No one decides to go have ice cream when they're angry.
2. Never look at what comes out of a surgeon's color printer.
3. If you're going to get in trouble, get in trouble for being yourself.

Born in 1966 in Lafayette, LA and raised in the swamps of Houston, I was the youngest of five - two boys and three girls. Went to college and majored in music but ended up doing a lot of community theatre. I was a radio DJ for 8 years. Moved to Austin in summer 2000, catching the remnants of the dot-com bubble.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How long have you been voice-acting? How many roles have you had?
16 years of anime roles, but I've been stage acting since I was 12.
I forget the exact number, but it's getting close to 100.

How did you get started in voice acting?
In 1995, I was doing a children's theatre production with Amanda Winn-Lee (then Amanda Winn), and she showed me a show she had done called Burn Up. When I opined that the show was crap, she dared me to go audition for an anime role myself, and so I did. I ended up receiving the role of Washington in Gunsmith Cats, and have been voice acting ever since.

Have you taken any classes, or are you self-taught?
i really haven't taken any classes, other than high school drama, which didn't do much. Most of my education has been on the job, through each production or TV or film project I've worked on.

What sort of recording/mixing equipment do you use?
I use a Shure SM7B microphone and a Tascam USB-1641, which is connected directly to my laptop (running Windows 7). The microphone is in my soundbooth, which is a converted bedroom closet with sound proofing that eliminates background noise.
As for software, I use Adobe Audition, and Reaper.
I also have it set up so that I can do remote auditions from the studio.

Do you have any advice for aspiring voice actors?
Voice-acting isn't as easy as it seems, so make sure you study other actors, and try to figure out what makes their performances unique and outstanding. Come up with your own method of creating characters. Master cold reading. Hot jasmine tea with honey is your friend.

What is your favorite type of character to play?
I like to play the cynical hero or anti-hero - the Han Solo type.

If you could be the voice of any animated character, who would you be?
Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop... or Racer X from Speed Racer .
Oh wait, animated, not just anime? Then Gambit from X-Men.