Jason Spisak

Jason Spisak

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Jason Spivak, Jason Spivak
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Jason Spisak, a voice actor who lives in Mesa and commutes back and forth to Los Angeles defends his drive because of lifestyle issues. Jason Spisak is the co-leader of The Symphony OS Project and a voice actor in animation and video games. Jason is the designer of…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Jason Spisak voiced Geo Stelar in Megaman Starforce.

    • Jason Spisak played the voice of Sputz Ringley in Rocket Power, and the voice of Spectator in another episode of Rocket Power.

    • Jason Spisak was on the Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse (2004) as the voice of Wilhelm/Hammer/Richard

    • Jason Spisak view on the Open Source Community and the Free Software Foundation is; the Open Source community is a vibrant place. Lycoris sprang from same vibrance. We have a profound respect for the FSF and the uphill battle they fight for open systems.

    • Jason Spisak is a co-counder of Lycoris and is responsible for the branding. That means everything from the t-shirts and press, to the icons goes through him.

    • Jason Spisak, is a member of the Board of Advisors of Redmond Linux.

    • Jason Spisak is the co-leader of The Symphony OS Project and a voice actor in animation and video games.

    • Jason Spisak was on both SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALs (2003), and SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs (2005) as the voice of Jester.

    • Jason Spisak was on the movie Digimon: Revenge of Diaboromon (2005) as the voice of Taichi Kamiya.

    • Jason Spisak played the voice of Jason Spivak in Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption (2000).

    • Jason Spisak was the voice Koji in the 2001 TV Show Transformers: Robots in Disguise.

    • Jason Spisak is the voice of Kiyo Takamine, a 14 year old boy who is the book holder for Zatch, in the TV Show Zatch Bell.

    • Jason Spisak is the second voice actor to voice Wilhelm in the Xenosaga video game series.

  • Quotes

    • USALUG: What is your name? How are you a part of the Open Source Community?(recently and past)
      Jason Spisak: Jason Spisak. I have contributed to many open source projects, in small ways for the last 5 years. For example, the graphic on the left hand side of KDE3's krfb server 'Desktop Sharing' application was created by me because the maintainer needed something there. I also was very active in the Zope community and helped them test their early versions of the Zope server as well as give back some tutorials and answered mailinglist questions, like so many open source advocates. Zope is going to COMDEX, by the way! Very happy about that. I also wrote up a short article for LTSP on how to build a fanless PC a while back. In short, the past has lead me to my most recent addiction, um, job. Working for Lycoris, bringing Linux into the mainstream on the desktop.

    • USALUG: Do you still consider Lycoris an Open Source operating system?
      Jason Spisak: Yes. The source is open. Period. The icons are not GPL, nor are other graphics and branding. That is how we distinguish our product in the marketplace. But the source, especially the changes we've made to GPL programs, is all available and open. We've submitted over 2500 patches back to the KDE project.

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  • I've only heard him in Zatch Bell, but thats all I need to hear....

    Jason Spisak needs his own show. He gives the right amount of attitude to Kiyo in Zatch Bell, and is great(I think) in every other show he does. I usually will watch Zatch Bell just to hear Jason's smooth voice. If you have never heard him speak, then you NEED to right NOW!
  • A very skilled VA that truly reaches out to me.

    He seemed a bit overdone in Zatch Bell as Kiyo, putting a bit too much of a childish sound to his voice, though I'll give it to him since it was a children's show after all.

    He was a fairly impressive VA to me, but not until the episode of Scryed where Sherrice (sp?) sacrificed herself for Ryuuhou (Spisak's character). The sheer denial in his voice as his character stared at her clothing had my heart aching, and when he began screaming her name and crying, I was crying too, quite loudly. His voice seemed so real, as if he really was that character. When someone can do that, they truly are... talented.moreless