Jason Spisak (Arcane League of Legends) Wiki: Wife, Height, Age

March 22, 2024
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Who is Jason Spisak?

American voice actor and computer programmer Jason Spisak was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania USA, on 29 August 1973, making his zodiac sign Virgo. He’s had roles in over 150 animated movies and TV series, and is perhaps best known for his voicing of one of the lead characters, Silco in the critically acclaimed 2021 animated action adventure series “Arcane”. It also starred Hailee Steinfeld and Kevin Alejandro, and follows the lives of two characters from the hit video game “League of Legends”; the series has won 25 of its 30 award nominations, and already ranks #24 on IMDb’s list of best-rated TV series of all time.


Education and early life

Jason was raised in Wilkes-Barre by his mother and father, however, he hasn’t spoken about them in public, and their names and professions thus remain undisclosed; Jason hasn’t spoken about having siblings either, but it’s believed that he was raised alongside his brother.

He grew up playing video games, but was also interested in playing sports while attending a local high school; Jason knew that he wanted to become a computer programmer when he was 17, and thus enrolled at college upon matriculating in 1991.

He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in programming in 1995, and then began voice acting rather spontaneously, after having attended an audition together with a friend.


Roles in animated TV series

Jason’s debut TV series role was his voicing of various characters in 15 episodes of the 1995 romantic adventure “Saint Tail”, and the remainder of the ‘90s heard him voice characters in the action comedy “Tokyo Pig”, another action comedy “Initial D: First Stage” and the action adventure “DinoZaurs”.

In 2001, he voiced one of the main characters Ryuho in the English version of the Japanese action adventure “s-CRY-ed”, which also starred Steve Blum and Carrie Savage, and follows the people living in a place known as the ‘Lost Ground’, which had broken off from Japan’s mainland. What also marked the 2000s for Jason was his voicing of Oscar in the 2007 adventure comedy “Squirrel Boy”, created by Everett Peck, and which starred Richard Steven Horvitz, Pamela Adlon and Kurtwood Smith. It follows the adventures of Andy Johnson and his squirrel pet Rodney, and the series was nominated for five awards.

Some of Jason’s following roles were in the action adventure “Ben 10”, the adventure “Mega Man Star Force” and the short action “Phineas and Ferb”.

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Between 2011 and 2013, he voiced both Razer and Veon in the action adventure “Green Lantern: The Animated Series”, starring alongside Josh Keaton and Kevin Michael Richardson. It follows the members of the Green Lantern Corps, and the series was nominated for 12 awards. Between 2015 and 2018, Jason voiced Grandmaster and Cricket Alien in the popular action adventure “Guardians of the Galaxy”, created by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, and which starred Kevin Michael Richardson, Vanessa Marshall and David Sobolov. It follows a group of space warriors as they’re fighting Thanos, a villain who wants to destroy the universe; the series won two of its four award nominations.

Jason’s three most recent roles in animated TV series have been in the 2022 action adventure “Pacific Rim: The Black”, 49 episodes of the action adventure “Young Justice” since 2010 and the 2022 episode “Jump City Rock” of the short action “Teen Titans Go!”


Roles in animated movies

Jason’s debut film role was his voicing of Seagull 2 in the 2001 family adventure “The Little Polar Bear”, and he could then have been heard voicing characters in the 2002 action adventure “Rocket Power: Race Across New Zealand”, and the 2007 action “MegaMan Star Force”.

In 2009, Jason portrayed Escondido Man in the live-action romantic comedy “Ingenious”, directed by Jeff Balsmeyer, and which starred Dallas Roberts, Jeremy Renner and Ayelet Zurer. It follows two friends who’ve just invented something that’s going to change the world – the movie won two awards.

In 2010, Jason played Deputy Taylor Roberts in the live-action horror comedy “Piranha 3D”, and the year 2014 saw him play Ivan in the live-action horror science fiction thriller “Time Lapse”, written and directed by Bradley King, and which starred Danielle Panabaker, Matt O’Leary and George Finn. It tells the story of three friends who’ve found a machine that takes pictures 24 hours into the future – the movie won 22 of its 27 award nominations.

Jason’s also known for his voicing of Fire in the 2017 adventure comedy “The Fixies: Top Secret”, directed by Vasiko Bedoshvili and Andrey Kolpin, and which starred Eugeniy Antropov, Jeffrey Hylton and Georgy Vasilyev. It follows a group of tiny creatures known as ‘Fixies’, as they’re fixing broken gadgets and electrical instruments; the film was nominated for a National Animation Award for Film in Theaters.

Jason’s three most recent roles in movies have been in the 2019 action comedy “Lego DC Batman: Family Matters”, the 2020 live-action science fiction horror “Intersect” and the 2022 action adventure “Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse”.

Other credits

Jason received special thanks for the 2015 video game “Rainbow Six: Siege”.

He produced the 2013 documentary movie “The Unbelievers”, and wrote and produced the 2017 short video “Kid Flash Sings to Artemis – Slice of Evermore from Beauty and the Beast”.

Jason’s voiced characters in over 80 video games, with some of the most popular amongst these having been the 2010 “Mafia II”, the 2016 “Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, and the 2017 “Middle-Earth: Shadow of War”.

He made a guest appearance in talk-shows “Tait Stages”, “Talking Voices” and “Clone Wars Conversations”, amongst others.


Awards and nominations

Jason’s won four of his 10 award nominations. He won a 2013 Young Hollywood Award for Best On-Screen Couple, for his and Stephanie Lemelin’s performance in “Young Justice”, and he and his colleagues won three Behind the Voice Actors Awards in 2013, ‘14 and ‘15, the first two for their performance in “Young Justice”, and the third for “JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time”.

Love life and wife

Jason’s amongst the most secretive men in the film industry, as he’s yet to speak about his love life in public, however, the media’s been able to learn that he’s today a married man, as well as a father of two. It remains unknown when he exchanged vows with American non-celebrity Amber Lynn Myers, but it’s believed that it was sometime in the first half of the 2000s; they have two children together, but their names and birthdates haven’t been disclosed.

There are today also rumors circulating the internet, claiming that Jason and Amber have recently divorced, but no evidence has been provided to support this.

Jason’s married to Amber Lynn Myers as of November 2022, and they have two children together.


Interesting facts and hobbies

Jason has an Instagram account, onto which he’s posted over 400 pictures and videos, while he’s today followed by nearly 25,000 people; some of his Instagram pictures have been taken by him, as he’s passionate about photography.

He’s also passionate about all kinds of art, and is good at drawing and painting.

Jason loves to play video games in his spare time; his two favorites are “Fortnite: Battle Royale” and “Witcher III: The Wild Hunt”.

He loves animals, with dogs being his favorites; it’s believed that Jason’s donated money to multiple animal shelters.

His favorite actors are Ian McKellen and Orlando Bloom, and some of his favorite movies include the trilogy “Lord of the Rings”, the franchise “Pirates of the Caribbean”, and “Miss in Her Teens”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Jason’s age is 49. He has brown eyes and black and grey hair, weighs around 165lbs (75kgs), and is 6ft (1.83m) tall.

Jason’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1 million, as of November 2022.

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