|Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (2007)||(People's Chorus of Gracemeria (Japan))|
|Elemental Gearbolt (1997)||(Character Voices)|
|Ace Combat: Assault Horizon - Enhanced Edition (2013)||(Localization Support)|
|Ace Combat: Assault Horizon (2011)||(Localization Support)|
|Dragon Ball: Origins (2008)||(Localization Support)|
|Mr. Driller Online (2008)||(Localization Specialists)|
|SoulCalibur IV (2008)||(Localization Support)|
|Namco Museum DS (2007)||(Localization Specialists)|
|Soulcalibur Legends (2007)||(NBGI Localization Support)|
|Tekken 6 (2007)||(Localization Producer)|
|MotoGP 4 (2005)||(Assistant Coordinators)|
|Tales of Legendia (2005)||(Lead Localization Coordinators)|
|Tales of the Abyss (2005)||(Localization Specialists)|
|Tales of Symphonia (2003)||(Localization Staff (Japan))|
|Klonoa: Door to Phantomile (1997)||(Localization Producer)|
|Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (2007)||(Special Thanks)|
|Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (2006)||(Special Thanks)|
|Tales of Symphonia (2003)||(Special Thanks)|
Jeremy Clark grew up in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. He first attended Georgia Tech, then finished his schooling at Kennesaw State University. He graduated in 1999 with a degree in International Affairs, and was then accepted into the JET program.
He lived in Shizuoka for several years, and taught English to middle schoolers. He later moved to Tokyo, and taught at a private school.
After passing the JLPT level 1, he accepted a position at Namco, doing translations and localization for video games.
In his free time, Jeremy enjoys tennis, exploring the city, and hanging out in cafes. He also likes Kylie Minogue, zombie movies, and making sarcastic yet trenchant observations.
Last updated: Mar 26, 2007