Ah, thank you. And, alright, IF I ever find anything, I will definitely link it here. As said, though, no luck so far.
I don't even know what this forum generally thinks about Evolution (though I love it, and find it to be much more accurate to the comic books than the movies - and was thrilled to be able to share my geekiness with people who'd otherwise never read or had any interest in the comic books), but I was specifically impressed with it because of Brad Swaile's voice acting. The accent he used, and his pronunciation of German phrases are *excellent* (for example, in comparison to Alan Cummings' portrayal in the movie - there, the accent was overdone/stereotypical, and the first time you hear him speaking German in the church, the phrases are just odd - found a bit of the script, including the actual German phrases, and showed it to friends here and they were just like "Uh, I have no idea what that's supposed to mean."); and while Alan Cummings supposedly speaks fluent German (least, that's what IMDB said and claimed it to be a reason he was ultimately chosen for the part of Nightcrawler in X2), I've read that Evolution Nightcrawler was Brad Swaile's first time using an accent (no clue if he speaks or has any type of experience with German or not).
On the note of Evolution and German, just BTW, the German that Rogue speaks after 'absorbing' Nightcrawler is, uh, not only badly pronounced, but also quite wrong. The mispronunciation, I could understand if the Actress doesn't have any German knowledge, but the grammatical errors and wrong phrasing in comparison to Nightcrawler's german, make no sense. I mean, they get it right for Nightcrawler, but for Rogue, it's pretty much an epic fail? (Just to clarify, what she wants to say is, "I can speak German???", what she says, however, seems like a word-for-word translation of "I understand Germans???" - or, in German, what I hear is a very badly pronounced, "Ich verstehe Deutsche???" - not something I've ever heard here, even from foreigners).
The other reason for my interest about an interview on his interpretation of Nightcrawler - aside from the obvious of being a Nightcrawler fan - is also that he's completely changed his voice for the role. His voice is normally deeper and a bit more gruff, yet he seems to voice boy characters with very soft and higher-pitched voices - not that it's unusual for voice actors - that's part of voice acting - but I'd be curious to see what he has to say about it.