Guests

We are happy to introduce you to some awesome creators in the arts and animation worlds. We plan to have one of the best guest lineups you could want, including voice actors, writers, and directors.

Vic Mignogna

Vic Mignogna

Vic Mignogna is a voice actor and music producer best known for his voice of Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist. Vic has played many characters, ranging from Tamaki Suou in Ouran High School Host Club to Broly in Dragon Ball Z. Vic’s fans love him and have their very own dedicated fan club called the Risembool Rangers.

Vic has been acting for stage and screen since he was 8 years old, but his anime career started with Vega in Streetfighter II, and since then Vic has been in hundreds of animated series and video games, including favorites like Vampire Knight, Pokemon, Tsubasa Chronicle, Soul Eater, Wallflower, Trinity Blood, Sword Art Online, Free!, Fairy Tail, Star Trek Online, League of Legends, Black Butler, Attack on Titan, and many more. Vic has also been in non-anime, appearing in the Wolverine and Iron Man series, the original Mass Effect Movie, and video games such as Soul Calibur, Disgaea, Persona III, and others. Vic is one of the most prolific guests of anime conventions in the world, having attended literally hundreds of cons. His fan group, called the Risembool Rangers, supports his convention appearances wherever he happens to go. Vic has a degree in filmmaking, and directs the award winning series “Star Trek Continues”.

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker is an ADR director, script writer and voice actor for FUNimation Entertainment. A native of East Texas, he grew up spending equal time playing in the woods, playing Atari, and watching cartoons like Scooby Doo, Superfriends, Star Blazers, and Battle of the Planets. After graduating from the University of North Texas with a BA in Radio, Television, and Film, he spent time playing in bands and eventually started working as an ADR engineer and production assistant at FUNimation in 2002. A bit of trivia: His former band, The Pointy Shoe Factory, had three songs featured in Dragon Ball Z Movie Eight: Broly, The Legendary Super Saiyan.

Since then, he has worked as ADR director on around six hundred episodes of such series as Baccano!, Toriko, Dragon Ball Z, Ghost Hunt, Basilisk, Black Cat, Blassreiter, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom, Hell Girl, Is This a Zombie, Negima, TO, Ragnarok the Animation, and 175 episodes of Fairy Tail. In addition to directing and producing, he has also written numerous scripts for titles such as Fairy Tail, One Piece, Bamboo Blade, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom, Hero Tales, Shangri-La, and both seasons of Is This A Zombie. When he’s not at the FUNimation studios, Tyler plays drums and produces music for his current band, Wirewings. Somehow he still finds time to go out into the woods, play video games, and watch cartoons.

Heather Walker

Heather Walker

Heather Walker loves the freaks, the geeks, and the oddballs. From birds and giant rats, to tortured mystical children, to sexy nurses, she has played a wide variety of roles in her relatively brief time as a voice actress. Whether she is screaming her head off for an entire scene or being innocently naughty, Heather loves extreme characters. Some of her roles include Hiruko from Shangri-La, Aki from Maken-Ki, the misunderstood villain Mary Hughes in Fairy Tail, and most recently the role of Zoe, the revolutionary girl, in the audio play Chimpanzee. She studied creative writing at the University of North Texas and besides voice acting, Heather is a stylist, poet, birdwatcher, and environmentalist, and is currently being certified as a Texas Master Naturalist. So not only does she love voicing animals, she loves protecting them too.

Sam Haft

Sam Haft

Sam Haft is an actor, voice actor, and comedian. He’s worked with Nickelodeon, 4K Media, Media Blasters, CollegeHumor, FunnyOrDie, Hasbro, and more. As a screen actor he’s been on NBC, FX, and TV Land, and in films with Disney and the Coen brothers. He is half of comedy music act, Sam & Bill, who perform all over the country.

Sam & Bill

Sam & Bill

Sam & Bill are a comedy music act native to NYC, who formed in 2009. They perform at comic cons and festivals all over the country, and have shared the stage with acts like Tracy Morgan, Dave Attell, Schaffer The Darklord, and Judah Friedlander. Their debut album Sam & Bill Are Huge was a #1 seller in Amazon’s comedy sales, and they have been called “seriously contagious” by Splitsider, and “not assholes” by Schaffer The Darklord.

Brittany Lauda

Brittany Lauda

Brittany Lauda is a TX/NY voice actress & ADR director who is best known for playing Leviathan in Seven Mortal Sins, Kei Sakurai in Dies Irae, Lion in Hina Logic, Nene in My First Girlfriend is a Gal, Audrey Belrose in Huniepop/Huniecam, Osana Najimi in Yandere Simulator, Yahiko in The Morose Mononokean, Kaoru Daichi in Ladies versus Butlers, and Mirim in Queen’s Blade (to name a few!). You can also catch her voice in Pokemon XY, Hasbro apps & games like My Little Pony and Transformers, Aphmau animations as Cathy and various video games like Battlerite, Heroes Arena and Minotaur. Other anime credits of hers include Juden-Chan: Recharged, Rio: Rainbow Gate, World War Blue, Fairy Tail, Gosick, King’s Game, Blood Blockade Battlefront, Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars and more. She co-owns Kocha Sound where she does directing & casting for titles like YIIK: A Postmodern RPG, Marooners, Minotaur and anime series like Ai No Kusabi, Ladies versus Butlers, Juden-Chan Recharged and World War Blue. She acts as Head ADR Director over at Media Blasters and has been an Assistant Director at Funimation for shows like The Morose Mononokean, Hina Logic, Alice & Zoroku and New Game! Outside of voice over & directing, Brittany enjoys playing with her Shiba Inu puppy named Raven, playing video games, trying not to play more World of Warcraft, squeeing at how cute Gon & Killua are in HUNTERxHUNTER and telling herself she doesn’t need more figurines of Hisoka and/or Kurama. Check out BrittanyLauda.com for more credits, or follow her on twitter for shenanigans (@BrittanyLaudaVO).

Matt Shipman

Matt Shipman

Matt Shipman is a Texas and New York based Voice Actor, ADR Writer, ADR Engineer, and all around nerd-guy. He is best known for voicing Shay Obsidian in Yu-Gi-Oh Arc V, which is currently airing on NickToons. Additionally, he can be heard in Gosick as the voice of Kazuya Kujo, Juuni Taisen as Snake, Ai no Kusabi as Norris, World War Blue as Gear, King’s Game as Teruaki, and several other anime including Attack on Titan, Black Clover, and One Piece. Matt writes scripts for Funimation (New Game!!, A Sister’s All You Need.) and Media Blasters (Juden-Chan, Ai no Kusabi) and works as assistant director for Media Blasters titles. He also co-owns Kocha Sound alongside Brittany Lauda. Matt plays Street Fighter, loves the Zero Escape and Persona series, watches seasonal anime, plays card games, and loves to talk about all things nerdy. Talk to him on Twitter (@MattShipmanVO)!

Reni Mimura

Reni Mimura

Presenting brand new music from her highly anticipated new album “RENIRM”, Japan native and New York City based Electro-Pop singer, Reni “RM” Mimura is well known for her futuristic adorability, profound concepts and a high-energy onstage presence. Born and raised in Japan until relocating to New York in 2008, Renigot her big break after she won a talent search competition in 2006 and released her first CD in Japan that was produced by Takahiro Yamautsuri, who composed music for one of the Pokemon movies. Her relocating to New York brought her unique style of Moe entertainment to the United States, and quickly garnered her national attention as a leader in the Moe Revolution. As her fan base increased, so did attention from the U.S. and Japanese entertainment industry. In 2010, the National Broadcasting Television Station of Japan (NHK) made 2 documentaries on Reni’s career in America and the impact of her performances on western audiences and the fashion industry. She can be seen in a popular iPhone 5 commercial and was recently featured on the ABC Nightline. It wasn’t long before she was chosen to sing the huge breakout song “Chiwawa” from the game Just Dance that was also featured on an episode of Showtime’s Ray Donivan! In the U.S. Reni is constantly touring prominent animation conventions and other music events across the nation. When not on tour reni is in the studio creating the next big sound or doing photo shoots for her many fans called “Angels”! In 2009 she released her first U.S. CD “Sakura” and published her first photo book in 2010 called “Maid in NY”. Her latest album, Hybrid Girl blends eastern Moe concepts with fun western electro-pop dance beats and features popular tracks like Secret and Rock Paper Scissors. Currently she is back in the studio with DJ AAROCK to bring fans her third U.S. album release filled with hard-hitting pop and dance beats, electric melodies and sophisticated themes poised to make a solid crossover impact! Reni has also founder of the first official Maid Café in New York City, which has garnered a great deal of press and recognition

Professor Shyguy

Professor Shyguy

Professor Shyguy’s music can be best described as; high energy, chiptune-electro-rocking, 8-bit, epically vocalized, highly danceable, theatrical nerd-pop. Singing 50% about video games and the other 50% is anything from Space/Time to English Language gymnastics. He can currently be heard on Adult Swim singing the dubbed outro to Dragon Ball Super!

Dokudel

Dokudel

North American based cosplayer, Dokudel has been cosplaying since 1998 and has made herself over 200 costumes for over 100 conventions ranging from anime, manga, comics, cartoons and more. She has staffed at about 50 conventions since 2003, and attended well over 100. She has won numerous awards at conventions for performance and craftsmanship which has landed herself title of Masters. She loves to host informative panels ranging from workshops on how to sew, how to draw, and discussion panels on the history of cosplay to classic animes that are not as mainstream. Besides cosplay and conventions, Dokudel has recently released her book “A Broad in China” as well as started to do voice acting for anime.

Andy Field

Andy Field

Voice actor Andy Field is best known as the probably-friendly voice of Hand Unit, the smooth-talking computer guide through Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location, and the hilarious Tutorial Unit in Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator. His catch phrase, “Exotic Butters” has evolved into hundreds of YouTube remixes – and an Exotic Butters plushie from Funko! He’s also in the fast-paced sci-fi shooter Nelo and makes terrifying sounds for the zombie survival game Contagion.

As a fan, Andy will go out of his way to show up in the background of a great show. You might see him as a savior in AMC’s The Walking Dead, or as a special agent in NCIS: New Orleans. And watch closely, he’ll be somewhere in Avengers: Infinity Gauntlet! A former middle school STEM teacher, Andy is a fan of all things nerdy and is a kid at heart. Before he was a voice actor, Andy was employed as a teacher, soldier, emergency medical technician, waiter, bartender, furniture salesman, driver, golf caddie, government contractor, college professor, small business owner, and drummer. He’s still a long-time member of the U.S. Army Reserve at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and was deployed to Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan in support of the Global War on Terror.

Creep-P

Creep-P

Creep-P is a western Vocaloid producer, based in New Jersey, who is known for writing songs that mix reality with the ideas of horror. Known for songs such as Mommy, Exorcism, and Love, he takes a hold of stories and movies and molds them to something that can be both horrific in concept, and in reality. He is someone who is heavily inspired by both the scary side of the internet and its stories, to the more light and bubbly aesthetic of relatively anything neon. He has collaborated with other Vocaloid artists, such as Circus-P, GHOST, Yunosuke, and BIGHEAD. Finally, he has released his first album, TV, which to slowly follow up with his sophomore album in the near the future. As well as that, his personal fashion has been grabbing the attention of some popular brands, such as Puvithel and Yokai Candy; as well as being featured on NHK World’s Kawaii International with his over the top style!

Joe Gaudet

Joe Gaudet

Joe Gaudet is an American voice actor. He is best known for voicing Rockstar Foxy and Mr. Hippo in Five Night’s at Freddy’s 6: Ultimate Custom Night. Joe has also voiced characters on several animated series, most notably Radar the Monkey on NBC/Sprout’s Astroblast!, Mat the Cat on Cartoon Network’s Badanamu Cadets, and most of the characters in DreamWorksTV’s Extreme Craft Stick Mayhem. Joe also voice doubles for some of Hollywood’s biggest names including Ryan Reynolds, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael J Fox and Christian Bale.

2une

2une

Japanese-American J-Pop Idol Duo, 2UNE, is back to put on a revolutionary Japanese pop performance like you’ve never seen it before! 2UNE (pronounced “Tune”) is a New York City-based J-pop Idol group consisting of 2 members— Uno from Japan and Sneko from the US. 2UNE combines Japanese idol aesthetics with electronic dance music to create a modern-day twist on Japanese idol music. Similarly, Uno’s sweet vocals and Sneko’s characteristic voice merge to create a wonderful harmony and a “2UNE” that you’ll never forget! 2UNE will be performing their debut single “Sunny Day”, in addition to several of their unreleased Japanese singles. Whether you’re a fan of Japanese Idols, 2D Idols, J-pop, or anime music, this is one show you’re not going to want to miss!

Michael Hecht

Michael Hecht

Michael “1KidsEntertainment” Hecht is a founding member of the group Elite3 (creators of “Pokémon ’Bridged”, “Dark Swamp”, “Controller Rollers”, animations, and other works). He is editor/co-writer of “Pokémon ’Bridged” and provides the voices of Ash, Pikachu, James, Meowth, and more. Mike also works as an editor for TeamFourStar’s gaming channel, Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged, and JacksFilms. Mike has lent his voice to various works of TeamFourStar, LittleKuriboh, Kirbopher, and more, including “Dragon Ball Z Abridged”, “Naruto Spoof”, and “TOME”. In his spare time, Mike enjoys yelling into the void, traversing New York City, and making Nowacking write his bio for him. Dummy.

Jesse Nowack

Jesse Nowack

Jesse “Nowacking” Nowack is an actor and writer, just like everyone else in New York City. A founding member of Elite3, Jessi co-writes “Pokémon ’Bridged” and voices various characters in TeamFourStar projects, including Seras (”Hellsing Ultimate Abridged") and Red (“Fist Master”). When not busy doing that, Jessi is a video editor for TeamFourStar’s gaming channel and the YouTuber JacksFilms. Other notable roles include Vinyl Scratch in various brony animations/songs such as “Epic Wub Time”, “I Am Octavia”, and “All About That Bass Cannon”, as well as various anime roles. Hobbies include (terribly) playing video games on Twitch, but if you want to hear Jessi in an actual video game, you can check out “Potion Lore” and “2064: Read Only Memories”.

xJerry64x

xJerry64x

When he’s not collecting gold rings, Jerry “xJerry64x” Pakalinsky can usually be found contemplating the futility of human existence or scaring children with his Eminem impression. He is a founding member of Elite3 and is known for voicing Rock in “Dark Swamp,” as well as half the characters in “Pokemon ’Bridged” (including Brock, Gary, Professor Oak, Sisty). He can also be heard as a Millennium Item Support Technician in “Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged” by LittleKuriboh and Zeeun in “Lord Slug Abridged” by TeamFourStar.

TiA

TiA

TiA is a Japanese recording artist who has performed the ending theme “Ryuusei” in the hit anime Naruto. TiA was born in Yokohama, Japan, and her father is Japanese and her mother is half German American and half Japanese. After sending her demo tapes to several companies,she signed a contract with Epic Records when she was just 16. TiA debuted at the age of 16 and soon became famous for her song “Ryuusei” which starred as one of the ”Naruto” ending themes. Her first album received a Gold Disc Award, and TiA is winner of McDonald’s Gospelfest 2016, Brooklyn X Factor, A Star is born. She released first American debut song “I’m on my way” in 2015, and TiA released her new single Galaxy Ride in January 2018.

Kohei

Kohei

Kohei, a singer from Tokyo, Japan and moved to New York in the summer of 2011. Kohei is well known for singing R&B and Soul and has performed over 300 shows in the course of four years. He has performed in the all famous Apollo theater 8 times and got first place in 2014. He has opened up for Wu Tang Clan(Raekwon) R&B Legend Case, Lyfe Jennings and Lil mama in 2015 2016. He has done everything such as hosting a music event at the Jay-Z’s Moms restaurant, and being the Official Japan Fes MC. He was a finalist of McDonald’s Gospelfest 2016 and 2017, and featured on M-On TV with Japanese recording artist The RAMPAGE.

Corinne "Megami33" Sudberg

Corinne "Megami33" Sudberg

Corinne “Megami33” Sudberg is a professional voice actress and singer. She makes English adapted song covers from various anime shows on her Youtube channel and is also the official singer for the theme song to Bananya, “Lucky Holiday” from Discotek Media. She has worked with Everest Productions (Pororo: A Christmas Special), Media Blasters (Holy Knight OVA, Ladies versus Butlers!) & Sound Cadence (Regalia: Of Men & Monarchs) to say a few as well as other indie developers/animations.

Joining the abridging world with Sailor Moon Abridged, aka SMA, back in 2007, she’s become involved in providing voices for many other abridged/parody shows, but is mostly known for providing the voice of Sir Integra Wingates Hellsing in Hellsing Ultimate Abridged, Marlene in FFVII Machinabridged and of course, Bulma, Chiaotzu, Puar and Baby Trunks in Team Four Star’s Dragonball Z Abridged. She’s also provided voices for other web based series like Linkara’s Atop the Fourth Wall & Aphmau’s Minecraft Diaries series to say a few.

Chuck Huber

Chuck Huber

Chuck’s most recent anime roles are Reever in D-Gray Man Hallow, Austria in Hetalia, Jajuka in Escaflowne, Kuro (Sleepy Ash) in Servamp, Kuniharu in The Disastrous Life of Saiki K, Asanaga in Endride, Petra’s Father in Attack on Titan, Kyūta’s Father in The Boy and Beast, Tony Stark in Death Battle, Jason the Toymaker in Creepy Pasta and Emperor Pilaf in the DBZ movies and upcoming DBZ Super. Chuck hosts the weekly DubTrax podcast commenting with guests and characters on anime episodes and the GameChurch podcast which discusses how to live life if it’s a video game. Chuck’s digital presence is at chuckhuber.org and @chuck_huber in the twitter. Chuck Huber started acting in Anime in the roles of Garlic Jr., Android 17, Kibito, Master Shen and Mr. Shoe in DBZ. Since then he has voiced hundreds of characters including Hiei in YuYu Hakusho, Stein in Soul Eater, Kululu in Sgt. Frog, Mohji in One Piece, Shou Tucker in Full Metal Alchemist, Hiro in Shin Chan, Ash in Black Butler, Reever in D. Gray Man, Hector in Glass Fleet, Yuichi in Initial D., Akai in Oh Edo Rocket, Melt in The Tower of Druaga, Adashino in Mushishi, Eric Nishijima in Darker Than Black, Havel in Trinity Blood. He has been a writer on Hetalia, Sgt. Frog, Baccano, Spice and Wolf, Strike Witches, Dragonaut and the upcoming Skip Beat!. Video games Chuck has contributed voices for include Borderlands II, Ghostbusters, The Walking Dead, Aeon Flux, DBZ, Smite, The Killing Floor …among others. As a filmmaker Chuck has acted, produced, written or directed for Arbor Day – The Musical currently on Amazon Prime, Prince Adventures, The Troubadoors, The Fragility of Seconds, The Mechanical Grave, Odd Man Out among others. He began acting in Chicago at the Goodman Theater, Court Theater, Steppenwolf Theater after graduating from DePaul University and continues to work on stages in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Most recently he played Hugh Jameison in the movie Parkland, produced by Tom Hanks and starring Billy Bob Thornton and Paul Giamatti. He plays Russian bad guy, Colonel Kashoid, in AmeriGeddon and the demon Baal in The Crossroads of Hunter Wilde directed by Mike Norris (son of Chuck Norris), plays Dr. McCoy in Star Trek Continues; Dean Hansen on Season 2 of American Crime on ABC and Detective Swinton in the upcoming feature film The Harrowing.

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