Cal Dodd is an Irish-Canadian voice actor and singer, who is best known for his portrayal of the Marvel Comics character Wolverine in X-Men The Animated Series and the Marvel vs. Capcom series of video games. Cathal also provided the voice of the hero/villain Random Virus in the BBC series Ace Lightning.
George Buza is probably best known for voicing Beast in the X-Men The Animated Series. He also reprised the role in the video games X-Men: Children of the Atom and both X-Men: Mutant Academy games. He also narrated the opening title and voiced several characters in Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors.
George has also provided character voices in many animated TV series. He voiced Grandpa Granger on Beyblade, Chief Chirpa on Star Wars: Ewoks, and additional roles in Star Wars: Droids, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, The Neverending Story, Babar, Hammerman, Grossology, Iggy Arbuckle, Dog City, Pecola, Monster Force, Franny's Feet and Tales from the Cryptkeeper.
He also provided his voice talents to the Medabots and Power Stone video games.
Lenore Zann is an Australian-born politician and voice actress. Her most well-known role is that of Rogue in the 1990s X-Men TV series. She also has a feature film coming out in the fall called “Stage Mother” Directed by Thom Fitzgerald in which she is starring with Jackie Weaver, Lucy Liu, and Andre Grenier.
Eric Lewald began his career as a staff writer at Hanna-Barbera Productions and Disney TV Animation. His development work, writing supervision, and creation of original story material helped make "X-Men: The Animated Adventures" (1992-1996) the most successful animated series of its time.
Julia Lewald is known for her work on X-Men TAS (1992), Red Planet (1994), Yound Hercules (1998) and RoboCop: Alpha Commando (1998).
Larry Houston is known for his work on Jacob's Ladder (1990), X-Men (1992) and RoboCop: Alpha Commando (1998).
Mark Edward Edens is known for his work on Exosquad (1993), X-Men 1992, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) and The Prowler (1981).
Jason Douglas is a Texas-based American actor best known as Tobin in AMC’s The Walking Dead, as the English voice of Beerus in the anime series Dragon Ball Super, airing weekly on Cartoon Network's "Adult Swim" programming block; and as video game character Krieg the Psycho in Borderlands 2. Douglas is also noted for his appearances in both studio and independent feature films including Sin City, Parkland, Two Step, and the Academy Award-winning No Country for Old Men, and for his recurring and guest-starring appearances on hit television shows including The Leftovers, Breaking Bad, Nashville, and The Night Shift.
In addition to the role of "Beerus" in the Dragon Ball franchise, Douglas's prolific voice acting career spans two decades, including hundreds of roles in titles including most recently My Hero Academia, RWBY, Attack On Titan, One Piece, Fairy Tale, Psycho-Pass, and Parasyte-the maxim.
Brooklyn born and raised singer/songwriter Eric Stuart is a special blend of talent. He has successfully combined the world of music, voice acting and directing for many years. Besides starring in hit shows including Pokémon (Brock, James) and Yu-Gi-Oh! (Seto Kaiba), Eric has toured with such rock legends as Peter Frampton, Ringo Starr, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jethro Tull, Chicago, Hall & Oates, Dave Mason, Julian Cope, Dave Davies, John Entwistle, Steve Howe, The Alarm, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, Jeffrey Gaines, and The English Beat. Other projects in Eric’s impressive career are Viva Piñata, Ultimate Muscle, Dinosaur King, Kirby, Slayers, Chaotic, Sonic X, TMNT, GoGoRiki, One Piece, F-Zero, Magical DoReMi, Fighting Foodons, Shaman King, Descendants Of Darkness, Labyrinth Of Flames, Valkyrie Profile, Tama And Friends, and voicing many national radio and TV commercials and audiobook narrations. Eric also stays busy attending anime conventions as a VIP guest.
Rachael Lillis is probably best known for her work in 'Pokemon', playing the roles of Misty, Jessie, Jigglypuff and many other characters in the first eight seasons of the show. She also played the title character in 'Revolutionary Girl Utena,' Hela in 'Cubix', Ame Tomoe in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' and Danny in 'Sonic X'. Other roles include Thalia in 'Shadow of the Elves', Intress in 'Chaotic', Mizuki in 'Comic Party', Kanako Ono in 'Genshiken', Dr. Reese Drake, Laura and Ursula in 'Dinosaur King', Micott Bartsch in 'Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn', various roles in 'Your Lie in April', 'Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works' and 'Hunter × Hunter' and many others. Other 'Pokémon' characters she's played include Violet, Maylene, Yuko, Vulpix, Ninetails, Goldeen, Horsea, Poliwag, Venonat, Torchic, Beautifly, Chansey, Ditto, Venonat, Wigglytuff, Igglybuff and Shinx. She's also voiced roles in video games, including Ms. Globular in 'Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures', Jigglypuff in 'Super Smash Bros.' and 'Pokemon Snap', Jigglypuff and Goldeen in 'Super Smash Bros. Brawl', Misty and Jessie in 'Pokemon Puzzle League' and Natalie in 'Ape Escape 2'
Since his debut in 2001, Bill Rogers has been providing voices to some of your favorite characters in some of your favorite shows. He is best known for his roles in “Pokemon” (Brock + over 50 creatures), “HunterXHunter” (Majitani), “Gravitation” (Touma Seguchi), “Genshiken” (Tanaka Souichiro) and “Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale” (Taisaneko). Other anime Bill has voiced include “One Punch Man”, “Mob Psycho 100”, “Little Witch Academia”, “Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans”, “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”, “Boogiepop Phantom”, “The Third”, “Shingu”, “His and Her Circumstances”, “KO Beast”, “Assemble Insert”, “Magical Witch Punie-Chan”, “Mai Mai Miracle”, “Patema Inverted”, “Gundam: The Origin”, “Joe vs. Joe”, “Ikki Tousen”, “Queen’s Blade”, “Madara”, “To Heart”, “Kujibiki Unbalance”, “Gokudo”, and “Comic Party”.
Video gamers will recognize Bill as the voice of Urien in “Street Fighter 5”, the King of Hyrule in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” and Lucario in the smash hit “Super Smash Bros. Brawl”. He’s voiced cartoon legend Heathcliff in “Heathcliff: Fast and the Furriest” as well as Red, Yellow and other fun characters in “m&m Adventure” and “m&m Kart Racing”. On mobile devices he can be heard in “Monster Strike”, “Order and Chaos”, “Gangstar: Vegas”, “Dungeon Hunter 4” and “Dungeon Hunter 5”. He has also supplied voices for “Knee Deep” (Mac/PC/PS4), “Dark Rose Valkyrie” (PS4), “God Wars” (PS4/Vita), “Demon Gaze” (PS Vita), “Bullet Witch” (X-Box) and various Pokémon in the game “Poképark” and it’s sequel “Poképark: Wonders Beyond” (Wii).
Outside the field of anime & video games, Bill has worked with English dubbing groups for live action and animated programs from China, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Korea and Turkey. Notable titles include “Robot Trains”, “Pororo”, “DragonPhoenix Chronicles”, “Veteran” and “Eggy”.
Carey Means is an American voice artist and actor best known for playing Frylock on the Adult Swim show Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Thundercleese on The Brak Show. He has also performed in several theatrical musicals and plays, including South Pacific, Two Trains Running, A Soldier's Play, and Waiting for Godot. He currently provides the voice of Jonah Bishop on the Nickelodeon series Welcome to the Wayne.
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Bill Diamond has been working in television production, puppet creation and animation for his entire career. He has worked with the legendary Jim Henson on Sesame Street, The Dark Crystal, The Muppet Caper, the Muppet Shorts and Fraggle Rock.
Bill created the Stuffin Puppets in the late 70's, worked on shows like “Stuffy’s Place” and “Bill Diamond's Land of the Moonshins" in the 80’s and created “Dr. Rock’s Dinosaur Adventure” for Fox Television in the 90’s.
Bill built and operated the puppets for the "Little Shop of Horrors" road tours that have traveled across the country since the 80’s.
Bill’s most recent accomplishments include creating the Tele and Aurora award winning “Monster TV Network” which reunites the classic horror monsters (in puppet form) in their very own show. He was also executive producer on the Rondo award winning “The Aurora Monsters: The Model Craze That Gripped The World” and the Rondo award nominated “Phantom of the Opera: Unmasking the Masterpiece”.
John Anderson is an actor, comedian, and self-proclaimed professional "Trick Talking Meat" who hails from Birmingham, Alabama. He landed his first major motion picture role as a Ravager in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. John also appeared in Black Panther, Stranger Things, Sleepy Hollow, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Discovery Channel's Manhunt: Unabomber, Logan Lucky, Pitch Perfect 3, I, Tonya, Jumanji, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Case for Christ, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, MacGyver, Being Mary Jane, and Tyler Perry's Too Close to Home. He will appear in a number of television shows and movies premiering later this year, and most recently appeared in Make-up Artist Magazine, displaying his alien movie make-up as a Hurctarian Ravager. John was given his first speaking role by Oprah Winfrey in her production of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. He is one of 10 Ravagers from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 personally selected by James Gunn to attend a 2016 Comic-Con surprise celebration in San Diego. The event was filmed and is now airing on CONtv. Further, art featuring John's likeness as a Ravager was included in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: The Art of the Movie. John's involvement in the Birmingham cosplay community ignited his interest in acting, and he can frequently be found around town volunteering at charity events as Batman, The Joker, and Green Arrow. He refers to himself as "Trick Talking Meat" as coined by the late Carrie Fisher in an interview she did with CNN in 1997. In the interview she explained that the cast had shirts made with “Trick Talking Meat” printed on them, as they felt that is how George Lucas treated them on the set of Empire Strikes Back.
"Press Release: Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to Savana Jade Wehunt. She is a season two and three Walker (Zombie). In addition to the television series she was also chosen by Greg Nicotero to be in his Webisodes on the AMC website. She is featured in #6. She also was Chandler Riggs’ (Carl) stand in, photo double and stunt double. She did the same numerous times for Madison Lintz (Sophia). She was also the photo double and stunt double for Penny (The Governors Daughter). This gave her many hours on the set with the main cast who she developed close relationships with. This helps her have a fresh and different perspective on the show from her fellow zombies. She is the popsicle eating zombie on the title page of the Atlanta Magazine article about The Walking Dead - Zombies Are So Hot Right Now. Other projects she has worked on are MTV’s Teen Wolf and VH1's Single Ladies and The Following. The movies The Watch starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Madea's Chirstmas and Project Almanac. She also made a cameo appearance in the indie movie Level 7. Most recently she was featured in the movie Hellfest and Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. Savana is currently an elementary school teacher in Atlanta and completing her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction while filming for several television and movies this year. But acting is her passion."
Kaylie Turner is an Actress from Tennessee. Kaylie started her career at a young age with a starring role in the film “Term Life” alongside Vince Vaughn, Terrence Howard, Bill Paxton, & Hailee Steinfeld. Kaylie went onto have appearances on The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, The Red Road, LT. Joe Kenda Homicide Hunter, Snapped Killer Couples, and many other major film and network shows. Kaylie also recently filmed the upcoming “Goosebumps Haunted Halloween” as the “Unicorn Girl”. Kaylie was the Children’s Spokes Model for the 2016 Nascar the Chase for Nascar Kids. Kaylie also works with Fighting For Autism as one of their Ambassadors, as well as Pops For Patients, The Juliana Barbara Foundation, The VFW Post#1994, JDRF, Waiting To Hear and many more other Non-Profit Charites. Facebook: @KaylieBTurner
Josh “TKO” Turner is a Pro-Wrestler & Actor from Indiana. Josh trained at OVW in Louisville Kentucky, when they was the official WWE Developmental Center. Josh went onto not only have success inside the ring, but outside of the ring as well. Josh is known for his work as “The Tattooed Savior” from The Walking Dead Seasons 6, 7, 8, & 9. Josh is also known as the “Jeter Brother” from Under the Dome Seasons 1 & 2, “Jake the Truck Driver” from Banshee, “Jolene’s Boyfriend” from Nashville, The “Southie Thug” from Leverage. Josh also had recurring roles on The Originals Seasons 3, 4, & 5 as one of the “Nightwalkers”. Josh is also known from his appearances on Resurrection as "Gary's Buddy", as well as The Gifted, ANTMan, The Vampire Diaries, LT. Joe Kenda Homicide Hunter, Snapped Killer Couples, Eastbound & Down, and many other major film and network shows. Josh is also working with Fighting For Autism, where he is the US National Director. Josh also works with Pops For Patients, The Juliana Barbara Foundation, The VFW Post#1994, JDRF, Waiting To Hear, and many more other Non-Profit Charites. Facebook: @JoshTKOTurner Twitter: @SaviorTKO
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