Matthew Geczy, also written as Matthew Géczy, with an accent mark, is an Georgia-American born voice actor working in Paris who provided some of the voices for the English version of Code Lyoko in the first 4 seasons. He has been living in Paris since the age of 18. His last name is pronounced as Gate-Sea. He informally goes as Matt. He is 5' 11¾" (1.82 m) tall. He was born on August 23, 1964.
Raised on several US Army Bases, Matthew was offered a scholarship at New York University, but decided to decline it for a year with the intention of backpacking around Europe - he got as far as Paris, where he fell in love with the city and decided to stay.
His father, George Geczy II, is a retired US Army Colonel, George Geczy III. His brother, George Geczy III, is a Lieutenant Colonel who served as a battalion commander in the war in Iraq. Like Odd's mother, his mother, Evangeline Géczy, is an abstract painter, as is his brother's wife, Evangeline Geczy. Like Odd, he is the youngest of 5 siblings.
- It is revealed in Lyoko: Decoded that his favorite episode is Killer Music because of Odd's "pop rock revolution" line with Odd's CD player, and the fact that after he gets "frozen" everyone is worried about him for the whole episode. In that interview, he mock-complained about the length of the interview in Nicholas Poliakoff's voice.
Code Lyoko Roles Filled:Edit
|Odd Della Robbia||English Voice||Seasons 1-4|
|Nicholas Poliakoff||English Voice||Seasons 1-4|
|X.A.N.A.-Odd||English Voice||Season 2: 2 Episodes: "X.A.N.A.'s Kiss" and "Revelation"|
Noteworthy non-Code Lyoko rolesEdit
- Ratatouille, note-worthy because Matthew Geczy, Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Sharon Mann, and Alan Wenger, all of whom are Code Lyoko actors, worked on this film.
- A Monster in Paris, note-worthy because it also had a ton of Code Lyoko actors. Such actors include Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Matthew Geczy, Mirabelle Kirkland, and Alan Wenger.
- Several roles in the Rabbids franchise. Again, because of the absurd number of Code Lyoko actors. Matthew Geczy, Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Sharon Mann, Alan Wenger, and Mirabelle Kirkland have all had roles in this franchise.
- The Rayman franchise has too many of these intersections to find.