Voiceover Artist Guests

Billy West

Billy West was born in 1952 in Detroit, Michigan. Best known for his work on Ren & Stimpy, West has a career in radio and television that began in the 1980’s when he did comedic impersonations for Charles Laquidara’s Big Mattress morning show on Boston’s WBNC FM radio network. By the mid-90s, he had moved to doing impersonations of Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott on The Howard Stern Show, giving him greater exposure. From there, West became involved with the Nickelodeon shows Doug and Ren & Stimpy. Portraying the title characters on both shows, Billy West saw his voiceover work reach an even larger, yet younger audience. This led to Warner Bros. hiring him for the film Space Jam in 1996. Featuring Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan and the cast of Looney Tunes, West voiced Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, two characters whom he has sporadically voiced throughout the next decade. He is also known for his portrayal of Philip J. Fry on the cartoon Futurama, which began in 1999 and has continued on through a number of changes through 2012 and currently airs on Comedy Central. In addition he is also the voice of the iconic Red M&M.

Bill Butts

Bill is an African American actor, martial artist, and fitness enthusiast! Growing up in Kansas City, he found a deep passion for acting.
He would study journalism and theater in college which would lead him to a life in radio, theater, on camera, as well as voice over.His love of theater would never leave him as he still does theater to this day. The latest being “All in the Timing” at the Zephyr theater in LA, acting alongside Patrick and Talon Warburton.
While also acting, he also works as a professional emcee. Ranging from hosting the anime “The Journey” at the Chinese Theater in LA to traveling across the country as the emcee for Nobuo Uematsu’s band, Earthbound Papas.

When it comes to voice over, Bill has participated in a number of well known series!You can hear him as Owlbert in Honkai Star Rail where he host every update for the game, Jack the Drought in the legendary franchise known as One Piece, Mask De Masculine in Bleach, the main antagonist known as Ogre in the Tekken animated series on Netflix, Douglas in the hit show Cyberpunk Edgerunners, Miguel in Jujutsu Kaisen 0, Cioccolata in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, President Obama in Baki and many more!

Cricket Leigh

Cricket Leigh is known for voicing Mai in “Avatar: The Last Airbender”. Her talented voice can also be heard on MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch and as Barbie on Fixing Rhonda.

She has been involved in many video game projects as well. You can find Cricket’s voice on games such as Red Faction II, Lost Planet, Saints Row 2 & White Knight Chronicles.

Cris George

Cris has been a part of the voice over industry since 2008 as an Actor, ADR Engineer and Director. During this time he’s been privileged to voice over 400 characters! Some of his more notable roles include Rikido Sato, Death Arms and Gigantomachia in My Hero Academia, Bepo in One Piece, Botamo in Dragon Ball: Super, Takeru Noto in Fire Force, Narrator and Anti Magic Devil in Black Clover, Tetsuo Takahashi in Interviews with Monster Girls, and Robby in RobiHachi! Cris has also voiced characters in several video games such as Cranton in Borderlands 2, Trashmouth, Quietfoot and Joey Ultraviolet in Borderlands 3, Strix in Paladins, and Yakon in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. As a director, Cris has worked on a variety of titles including Spy x FamilyDr. Stone Season 3Ancient Magus Bride Season 2Black CloverPop Team Epic Seasons 1 and 2Death ParadeGhost In The Shell: AriseSteins;Gate 0 and Snow White with the Red Hair!

Emi Lo

Emi Lo is a Taiwanese/Chinese-American voice actor and director. They are most well known for voicing Lucy in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, Rena in Higurashi When They Cry, Rinku in D4DJ, Suma in Demon Slayer, Columbina/Damselette in Genshin Impact, Uta in Bubble, Hei in The Legend of Hei, Destiny in takt op. Destiny, Shuten Douji in Fate/Grand Order, Kate in Shadows House, Mirai in Dr. Stone, and Evelyn in Pokemon Masters EX, but can be heard in countless other anime and video games.

When Emi is not acting, they can be found playing piano, playing video games, cosplaying, modeling, singing, eating, or exploring natural and man-made ruins. They also have an absolutely precious but spoiled Siberian cat named Noctis that has never done anything wrong and is incredibly cute and fluffy.

Visit their Twitter (@kitsunesqueak) for updates and pictures of their fluffy child.

Greg Ayres

Greg Ayres has been blasting his way through the world! With over 290 credits to his name, he has managed to play a variety of characters that are almost as colorful as his hair. He was thrilled to make his second appearance in the DragonBall universe in DragonBall Super as Frost, and equally excited blasting bugs as Geo in Sony Picture’s Starship Troopers : Traitor of Mars. Some other recent roles include Jiro in Concrete Revolutio, Sho Utsumi in SSSSGridman, Ryuuou Edogawa in Doreiku, Koji Koda in My Hero Academia, and he even makes an appearance as Popuko in Pop Team Epic. He is proud to be a part of the new “Pink Harvest” productions for Sentai Filmworks, in the roles of Izumi Sena in Lovestage, and Yabase in Hitorijime My Hero. This year he was also given the opportunity to reprise one of his all time favorite roles as Son Goku in Saiyuki Reload Blast. Some other recent favorites include Nagisa Haruki in Free, and Free Eternal Summer, MonoKuma in Danganronpa, Clear in Dramatical Murder, and Doug in Gangsta, Yu Nishinoya in Haikyu, Zenji Marui in Food Wars, Ganta Igarashi in Deadman Wonderland, Heihachi Hayashida in Samurai 7, and Kouichi Sakakibara in Another. Some of his all-time favorite roles include Son Goku in Saiyuki, Chrono in Chrono Crusade, Kaoru Hitachiin in Ouran High School Host Club, Youhei Sunohara in Clannad, Yuki in The Wallflower, Leo in Ghost Stories, Satoshi Hiwatari in DNAngel, Kaworu Nagisa in the Director’s Cut of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Tomoki Sakurai in Heaven’s Lost Property, and Negi Springfield in Negima.

When he’s not in a booth with headphones on, you can usually find him sporting headphones behind “the decks” at many a music event. A veteran nightclub DJ of many years, he has jumped at the opportunity to play music and organize late night dances at many of the conventions he attends. Greg is also a member of Project BECK, who perform music from the anime Beck Mongolian Chop Squad, and has had a blast reliving the music from that show with his friends. Thrilled to be able to share his love of music with anyone willing to listen – from packed rooms at anime conventions to the legendary stage of The Knitting Factory (NYC), he’s always ready to make a little noise.

Greg Chun

Greg Chun is a voice actor best known for video games but has a strong presence in anime. Greg recently can be found voicing the strongest demon villain Muzan Kibutsuji in the hit anime series Demon Slayer. Recently he dubbed the voice of Gi-Hun on the Netflix smashed series Squid Game. A few other titles under his belt are Sword Art Online, Battlefield 2042, Super Smash Bros Ultimate & Final Fantasy VII.

Greg is a Los Angeles-based voice actor best known for his video game work. As a music producer, he has created music for numerous national advertising campaigns, hundreds of mobile games, and his long-standing collaboration with The Lonely Island has allowed his music to be featured on Saturday Night Live, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, the Michael Bolton Sexy Valentine’s Day Special, and the critically-acclaimed comedy series I Think You Should Leave. As a music director, Greg has performed on the stages of Carnegie Hall, the Dolby Theater, and Disney Concert Hall. Greg is a native of Chicago and a graduate of Stanford University.

Jennie Kwan

Jennie Kwan, a native Angelino, started performing at the age of 11 years old in the performing troupe, “Kids of the Century.”  Audiences first recognized Jennie when she played the lead role of “Kim” in the first National Touring Company of “Miss Saigon” having landed the coveted role after producer Cameron Mackintosh conducted a worldwide search.

Jennie was then introduced to television as series regular, Samantha Woo, the wacky singing sensation on NBC-TV’s situation comedy, “California Dreams” which aired for five successful seasons and then onto world-wide syndication.  Some of Jennie’s other television credits include The Rookie, New Girl, Anger Management, and The Nanny.  Some film credits include “Promoted”, “Entourage”, and “Trojan War.”

For two years Jennie traveled with “Faces of America,” a one-person show regarding diversity and tolerance in America.  She was an original cast member of “Bare, the Musical” and had a short stint in “Jewtopia” both shows having successful runs on Off Broadway.

Jennie toured the United States with the Broadway Tony Award Winning Musical, First National Tour of “Avenue Q” getting the chance to play the role of “Christmas Eve.”  As well as becoming a puppeteer and playing the role of “Mrs. T”, “Bears” and Others.”

 Jennie was a proud member of Hollywood Record’s vocal group, “Nobody’s Angel” who earned a Gold record for performing two songs on the “Princess Diaries” soundtrack and was a co-creator for the pilot, “Nobody’s Angel” television network ABC Family. And Disney lovers have been fortunate to see Jennie ride the magic carpet as “Jasmine” in Disney’s musical spectacular “Aladdin.”

Many may also know Jennie through her vast voice over work.   She lends her voice to the character, Suki, on Nickelodeon’s hit animated series “Avatar: The Last Air Bender,” In 2023 you can hear Jennie as Chun-Li in Sthe highly anticipated video game Streetfighter 6.  Jennie also voices Thirteen/ “Scissor Seven”, Mayuko Nise / “High Rise Invasion”, Inosuke’s Mother, Kasuski Soldier/ Demon Slayer, Tsukuyo Amane/ Magia Reord 2, Aqua Current/ “Accel World”, Kakushi and Innosuke’s Mother/”Demon Slayer”, Sakuya/”Eureka Seven”,  Tsukuyo Amane/”Magia Record”, Sonoko Suzuki/”Case Closed:  Episode One-The Great Detective Turned Small”, Ayako Mitsuzuri and Otoko Hotaruzuka/”Fate Stay Night”, Soatoko Hojo/”When They Cry”, Nori Sakurada/”Rozen Maiden”.  As well as Jubilee/MARVEL Super War:  Jubilee Build and Power Core, Aina/”.hack//G.U.:  Last Recode”, Eunice/”Rune Factory: Frontier”.  And these are just to name a few!

John Gremillion

John Gremillion is a stage, film and voice actor who has been working in anime for over 20 years, providing voices for dozens of popular anime titles for ADV, FUNimation, Okratron 5000, and Sentai Filmworks. John’s most popular roles include Gentle Criminal in My Hero Academia, Dracule Mihawk in One Piece, Roland Chapelle in Food Wars, Arthur Randall in Black Butler, and D in Sentai’s recent re-release of Vampire Hunter D (Nomination – Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Feature Film, 2015). Other roles include Nakeshi Hirokawa in Parasyte: The Maxim, General Liver in Akame Ga Kill!, as well as roles in Attack on Titan, Black Clover, Fire Force, Log Horizon and many others.

A professional video editor for over 20 years, John worked on the supplemental materials for ADV’s 2010 release of Halo Legends and for FUNimation’s release of Assassination Classroom Vol 2. He studied film at The University of Texas at Austin and Theatre Arts at The Juilliard School of Drama.

Katelyn Barr

Katelyn Barr has been working in anime and video games since 2013. Her professional career began with Liliana in Log Horizon and has spanned a wide variety of popular series ever since. Currently, Katelyn is best known as the voice of Himeno in Chainsaw Man, Ryuko “Ryukyu” Tatsuma in My Hero Academia, Yami/Golden Darkness and Tearju Lunatique in To Love Ru, Baby 5 in One Piece, and Nikki Hanada in Dr. Stone. Some personal favorite roles of hers are Anna Yamada (The Dangers in My Heart), Rim (The Dungeon of Black Company), Shoukaku (Azur Lane), Ren Soma (Fruits Basket), Natsumi (Date-A-Live), and Chiaki Ogaki (Laid-Back Camp). In video games, she can be heard as Niyon from the Granblue Fantasy x Shadowverse universe, Sylma in War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Melinda and various others in Borderlands 3, and several unlockable skins in SMITE. Katelyn currently resides in Dallas, TX where she records projects from her home studio, plays drums, and collects Halloween décor.

Katie Otten

Katie Otten is an actor, voice over talent, educator, director, and model based in Omaha, NE. She has a Master of Arts in Theatre Performance. She has been featured in various short and feature-length films and commercials.

As a voice actor, she has worked on several audiobooks, video games, animated projects, and educational materials. As a model, she is featured on the cover of the VC Andrew’s Novel Whitefern.  As a cosplayer, she has appeared as numerous characters, and competed throughout the US. As a screenwriter and producer, she has worked on two seasons of the web-series, Inner Worlds. When she’s not working, she can often be found drinking bubble tea and playing old school video games.

Keith Silverstein

Keith Silverstein is a veteran voice actor with a diverse list of credits. He’s the voice of Zhongli in the worldwide sensation, Genshin Impact, Torbjörn in Overwatch 2, Hisoka on Hunter x Hunter, Hawk Moth on the fan favorite Miraculous-Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Speedwagon in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gouhin in Beastars,and Dhalsim in Street Fighter 6.

He can also be heard as Orochi in One Piece, Jigen inBoruto, En in Dorohedoro, and Vector the Crocodile in the Sonic The Hedgehog franchise. Resident Evil fans know him as H.U.N.K, and he voices the villainous Masayoshi Shido in Persona 5

Not enough for you? Here are a few other titles under his VO belt: TMNT, Jujutsu Kaisen, Amphibia, Solar Opposites, League of Legends, Seven Deadly Sins, One Punch Man, My Hero Academia, Sailor Moon, Bungo Stray Dogs, Fate/Apocrypha, Fire Emblem, Glitter Force, Bleach, World of Warcraft, Call of Duty Black Ops, Gundam: The Origin, Danganronpa, and Big City Greens. 

For more info on Keith Silverstein visit his website at http://www.keithsilverstein.com, or check out Keith Silverstein on Instagram, and @SilverTalkie on Twitter.

Kyle Colby Jones

Kyle Colby Jones has been in the anime industry as a director, writer, producer for 20 years. He began his dubbing career at ADV Films and currently works at Sentai Filmworks & AMC Networks.

Some of his more notable recent anime series include: Haikyu; Food Wars; Made in Abyss; Akame ga Kill; Parasyte; No Game No Life; GATE; Umaru-chan; Gintama; Kaiji; Princess Principal; Monster Musume; My Love Story; Log Horizon; Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun; Mr. Tonegawa; Land of the Lustrous; and Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?.

Kyle has directed several classic titles as well, including: Saint Seiya; Air; Kanon; Madlax; Kino’s Journey; Diamond Daydreams; Phi-Brain; and the stupendously amazing Papuwa. Also included in Kyle’s library are several feature films, like: No Game No Life Zero; Girls und Panzer Der Film; Short Peace; and Martian Successor Nadesico – Prince of Darkness.

Kyle has also served as writer/director on many theatrical live-action dubs, such as: Dark Water; Gamera – Attack of Legion; Gamera – Revenge of Iris; Ghost Train; Conduct Zero; Synesthesia; Guns & Talks; and Big Bad Mama-San.

Before anime, Kyle enjoyed a successful career as an advertising copywriter. He created award-winning television, radio, print, and outdoor campaigns for such clients as IKEA, Norelco, Verizon, Milky Way, Twix, Uncle Ben’s Minute Rice, LPGA, Shell, Space Center, and The Houston Texans. Look closely, and you may find some of Kyle’s other diversions. He is a big fan of altered content and special features, such as Mad Lax Sock Puppet Theatre, Conversations with SSS, and Lake Texarkana Gamera.

When not in the studio, Kyle enjoys filming, photography, and questioning the need for Oxford commas.

Visit Kyle’s sites: 

Youtube channel – Kyle Colby Jones – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8IAGXF3Wx0nbA5l8FW-MSA
http://www.kylecolby.com (photography)

Lizzie Freeman

Lizzie Freeman is an LA based voice actress born in Oklahoma in 1992. A cat and coffee enthusiast and lover of all things cute, she began her career in 2012 working on indie titles like Dust: An Elysian Tail and online animations.

After making the move to Los Angeles in 2016, she began making strides in her career and has lent her voice to several anime titles and video games. Her more prominent roles include: Trish Una in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, Yanfei in Genshin Impact, Kotoko Iwanaga in In/Spectre, Hinata Tachibana in Tokyo Revengers, Chizuru Ichinose in Rent-a-Girlfriend, Cardinal in Sword Art Online: Alicization, Mujika in The Promised Neverland, Sempai in Magical Sempai, and Thrasir and Larcei in Fire Emblem Heroes.

She can also be heard in other titles like: Kakegurui, Dragalia Lost, Lupin The Third: Goodbye Partner, Pokémon Masters, Cells At Work: Code Black!, Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story, Isekai Cheat Magician, Secret Of Mana, Maple Story 2, and many more!

Lizzie also runs her own YouTube channel, Lizziebiz, where she creates parodies and vocal covers of music from cartoons and video games. It has over 60,000 subscribers and the total number of views on all the videos combined reaches over 18 million.

Molly Searcy

Hello! I’m Molly, and I’m an actor and voice over artist! Lately, I’ve been hard at work recording commercially for MICROSOFT, as well as recording anime like ONE PIECE, BEAST TAMER, and NATSUME’S BOOK OF FRIENDS at Crunchyroll, as well as REINCARNATED AS A SWORD at Sentai Filmworks! When I’m not in the recording studio or rehearsal studio, I’m often on an airplane, heading to anime conventions, where I do guest appearances. I just recently guested at my first international convention! Traveling is a huge passion of mine, and I am lucky to have the opportunity to meet amazing, passionate anime fans.

Voice over work has been an integral part of my life for a decade now. I’m blessed to be the English voice of Akame in AKAME GA KILL! (Toonami, Netflix, Sentai Filmworks), and to voice so many other iconic characters in shows like MONSTER MUSUME, GATE, THE CASE STUDY OF VANITAS, AMAGI BRILLIANT PARK, GIRLS UND PANZER, SPY x FAMILY, and TOMODACHI GAME. Since the pandemic, anime has gained a greater following than ever before, and I cannot wait to see what the future of the genre holds.

I grew up in Houston (go ‘Stros!) and graduated from THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN with my bachelors in Theatre and Dance and later, SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY with my MFA in Acting. I grew up in the classical ballet world, and as a result, I am now a very physical actor. Movement is essential to my everyday life and to my work — even in the voice over booth!

Thank you for taking a peek into my world!

Molly Zhang

Molly Zhang is a purveyor of memes, dreams, and voiceover things! Her roles include Seele in “Honkai: Star Rail”, Mulan in “SMITE”, Ena Saito in “Laid-Back Camp”, Akane Nishimura in “My Clueless First Friend”, and much more. Voiceover ventures aside, Molly is often found traversing the world of Eorzea and spreading the word of the critically acclaimed FFXIV.

Watch her ramble and lament over her gacha pulls @mollozhang on Twitter/Twitch/IG.

Todd Haberkorn

Todd Haberkorn is a Los Angeles based multi-award winning actor, director, and producer whose work ranges from film to anime to video games and beyond. #SOVAS #AudieNominations #EarphoneAwards

With over 600 credits spanning cartoons, commercials, audiobooks, video games, and film & TV, Mr. Haberkorn has worked with some of the industry’s best including Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Bungie, Activision, Warner Bros, Sony, and Nintendo. He’s also collaborated with top Emmy winning voice directors such as Andrea Romano, Kristi Reed, and Colette Sunderman.  

Anime fans know Todd as the voice actor from many popular series such as the lead in Fairy Tail – spanning hundreds of episodes, Dragon Ball Z, Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and Sailor Moon. Video game fans will undoubtedly recognize him from numerous titles including The Drifter from Destiny 2, Razor in the international hit: Genshin Impact, and more.

Olivia Hack

Actress Olivia Hack got her break playing adorably Cindy in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel. She made her film debut in Star Trek: Generations, playing the daughter of Patrick Stewart’s Captain Picard.

Olivia is best known for providing the voice of iconic characters like Rhonda Wellington Lloyd in Nickelodeon’s classic, Hey Arnold!, Bratz as Chloe, and Nickelodeon’s hugely successful Avatar: The Last Airbender as Ty Lee, young Jedi Katooni in The Clone Wars, as well as numerous other video games, animation, and television appearances

John Swasey

Chairman of Anime Dallas and Anime Houston, John Swasey started down the road of anime in 1997, when he landed his first role in Golden Boy from ADV Films. Since then, John has gone on to voice hundreds of shows and characters. John’s wife once quipped that there are certain actors who might be the “Brad Pitts” of anime but John is the “Kevin Bacon” of anime. Being the character actor type has given John the freedom to voice bazillions of characters such as Undertaker in Black Butler, Salvador in Borderlands II (VG), Gendo in Evangelion, the Captain in Halo (VG), Lord Death in Soul Eater, Hoenheim in Fullmetal Alchemist, Sir Crocodile in One Piece, Kogoro in Sgt. Frog, Huang in Darker than Black, Vulcan in Orphen, Ken in Kaleido Star, Captain Ahab in Hakugei The Legend of Moby Dick, Rikudoh in RahXephon, Mister in Coyote Ragtime Show, as well as roles in the live action films 2009 Lost Memories, Conduct Zero, Yesterday, Jungle Juice, and the Gamera trilogy. Most recently you can catch John in the broadcast series of GANGSTA as Chad, and Akame Ga Kill as Bols as seen on Toonami.

Christine Auten

Christine Auten started her career in anime back in the crazy 1990’s. In the over 20 years since she has been fortunate enough to have worked on hundreds of anime and live action titles as a voice actor, scriptwriter and voice director.

Some of her more familiar anime characters include Esdeath in Akame ga KILL!, Eia Arakawa in Doreiku (The Devil’s Line), Anna Winehouse in Hero Mask, Miranda in Venus Wars, Sakaki in Azumanga Daioh, Izumi Curtis in Fullmetal Alchemist, “Priss” Asagiri in Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040, Barbara Fuccon in The Fuccons Oh Mikey!, Teresa in Claymore, Angelica Burns in Coyote Ragtime Show, Diana in Eden of the East, Keiichirou in Ghost Stories, Hope and Lady Death in Lady Death, Ozen in Made in Abyss, Limelda Jorg in Madlax, Azalie in Orphen, Edel and Uzura in Princess Tutu, Elvy Hadhiyat in RahXephon, Kurenai in Samurai Gun, Sister Noélle Bor in Trinity Blood, Maria in Vexille

Some other titles include: A Tree of Palm, A.D. Police, Air, Air Gear, Angelic Layer, Aquarian Age, Aura Battler Dunbine, BASToF Syndrome, Chrono Crusade, Cyberteam in Akihabara, D.N.Angel, Divergence Eve, E’s Otherwise, Elfen Lied, Excel Saga, Full Metal Panic!, Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris, Godannar, Moby Dick, Kaleido Star, Martian Successor Nadesico, Misaki Chronicles, My Beautiful Girl Mari, Negima!, Neo Ranga, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Noir, One Piece, Pani Poni Dash, Peacemaker, Princess Nine, Rune Soldier, Saint Seiya, Saiyuki, Samurai, Shadow Skill, Sister Princess, Sorcerer Hunters, Steel Angel Kurumi, Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super GALS!, UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie, Utawarerumono, Wandaba Style, Yesterday, and Yugo the Negotiator.

Jay Hickman

Jay began his career in anime in the 1990s, when he landed his first role at ADV Films in Master of Mosquiton. Since then, he has appeared in more than 300 titles with studios including ADV Films, Funimation, Sentai Filmworks, Switchblade Pictures, Okratron 5000, and others. As a character actor, Jay has voiced a broad variety of colorful roles, with the occasional romantic lead thrown in for good measure. His notable credits over the past two decades are Mechazawa in Cromartie High School, Spitfire in Air Gear, Sho Zama in Aura Battler Dunbine, Green Dragon Shiryu in Saint Seiya, the Fishmen Choo and Hammond in One Piece, Kagetane Hiruko in Black Bullet, Coach Naoi in Haikyū!!, Chief Kurama in Elfen Lied, Arthur Lynch in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Toru Watanabe in Excel Saga, Crusty in Log Horizon, Dera Mochimazzi in Tamako Market, Kaoru Hanayama in Baki the Grappler, Prince Mytho in Princess Tutu, and Floki in Vinland Saga, among many others.

Jay’s voice has also been featured in the live action features Dark Water, Synesthesia, Conduct Zero, The Fuccons, Touching Wild Horses, Gamera – Attack of Legion, as well as video games Unlimited Saga and Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.

Jay had his Cartoon Network (Toonami) debut playing Dr. Stylish in Akame ga KILL!, followed by Shiro Kuramori in Parasyte – the maxim, Joichiro Yukihira in Food Wars!, Taneo Tokuda in My Hero Academia, Zongquan in Shenmue The Animation and most recently, Majikaja in Made In Abyss.

Jennifer AuBuchon

Jennifer AuBuchon is a Dallas/Fort Worth based Voice Actress, Singer, and Streamer. With more than 5 year in the industry she strives to always put her best foot forward while providing quality content. Over the years she’s had the pleasure of voicing many wonderful characters such as Toko Sakurai from ‘My Senpai is Annoying’, Touko Fujiwara in ‘Natsume’s Book of Friends’, and The Goddess in ‘Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy-‘. plus many more.

When she’s not in the studio you can usually find her streaming online, recording vocal covers, or helping coordinate local anime conventions. Every journey of 1000 miles starts with the first step and, she’s happy to be taking this step forward and joining the convention scene as a guest!

Twitter: @JAuBuchonVO

Twitch: Xionfox