Are you ready for Anime Fargo’s Guest announcements? We want to announce them but, agents need to be contacted. Contracts have to be signed. Plane tickets have to be booked, etc. etc. In the mean time here are some *SPOILERS* the guests have voiced some of your favorite Animes, Video Games, and stuff. Much stuffs.

2023 Guests

Anime Fargo is proud to welcome Ray Chase, Morgan Berry, Sapphire,
The Kamikaze Snowmen, and (of course) our good friend Paul St. Peter!

Ray Chase

Ray Chase is best known for his versatility as a voice actor in video games, animation, and feature films. He’s played countless protagonists in JRPGs, starting with Noctis in Final Fantasy XV (2016), and brought his same cinematic energy to Brother Nier in NieR Replicant: ver.1.22474487139… (2021), and Alphen in Tales of Arise (2021). On the flip side he’s played wildly different and iconic roles such as brave Roy in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018), evil Sukuna in Jujutsu Kaisen (2020), the corporate Rhys Strongfork in Borderlands 3 (2019), the devious Master of Masters in Kingdom Hearts III (2019), mafioso Bruno Bucciarati in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012), and the flamboyant Puri Puri Prisoner in One Punch Man (2015).

He got his start making YouTube videos and working on audiobooks, narrating over a hundred before setting his sights on breaking into voice acting. After getting some small roles in anime, his first big break came with Noctis in 2016. After making dozens of appearances in more anime and games, he’s begun to break into feature films. In 2021, director James Wan chose him to give voice to the sinister Gabriel in Malignant (2021), imbuing the antagonist with dramatic flair.

He is a con fixture making appearances all over the world with his show “Loud, Annoying, and Very Annoying” (LAVA) with fellow voice actors Robbie Daymond and Max Mittelman. They stream weekly on Twitch playing games they have made appearances in.

Morgan Berry

Morgan Berry is a professional voice actor, singer, and YouTuber; best known for her voice roles in various anime television series, films, video games, and web series. Some of the many franchises Morgan has voiced for include: “Pokemon”, “Dragon Ball”, “Beyblade”, “My Hero Academia”, “Final Fantasy”, “Inuyasha”, “Fire Emblem”, “Miraculous Ladybug”, “Sword Art Online”, “One Piece”, “Fruits Basket”, “Food Wars”, “Tokyo Ghoul”, “Borderlands”, “Love Live!”, “Smite”, “Overlord”, “The Rising of the Shield Hero”, “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Cells at Work”, the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast”, and many more. Morgan has worked with many prestigious companies including Disney, Nintendo, Cartoon Network / Adult Swim, Marvel Entertainment, SEGA, Square Enix, Netflix, Crunchyroll / Funimation, Rooster Teeth, Bandai Namco, Gearbox Software, Sanrio, Team Four Star, and various other notable establishments.


Sapphire is a YouTube singer, translyricist and sound mixer, with a full, powerful and mature voice in the higher ranges.

She mainly sings English renditions of anime songs and her most popular solo cover is her English cover of the Kill la Kill opening “Sirius“, with over 158K views on YouTube as of May 2014.

On occasion, she commissions musicians to record instrumental versions of anime songs which were never given official instrumental versions.

Sapphire has often collaborated with Y. Chang, and many other YouTubers, including Apatheria, Rikatwoo, Merr, and Steven Kelly. They have made appearances in her songs, as well as in her webcomic fandubs.

In addition to singing anime songs, she also does fandubs for webcomics.

Paul St. Peter

Paul St. Peter, twice nominated for BTVA Awards, is a voice actor from Los Angeles, whose many anime and video game credits include KINGDOM HEARTS (Xemnas), NARUTO (Nine Tail Fox), ONE PUNCH MAN (Beast King), DIGIMON (Wormmon, Leomon), ROBOTECH (Zor Prime), BLEACH (Yammy Riyalgo), WORLD OF WARCRAFT (Boden The Imposing), DYNASTY WARRIORS I-IV (Yuan Shao), DIGIMON: THE MOVIE (Kokomon), ZETMAN (Sugito), MAJIN (Majin), TESTIMONY OF THE NEW SHE DEVIL (Valga), BERSERK (Grunbeld), MIRACULOUS LADYBUG (Master Fu), GODZILLA III (Takeshi), LUPIN Pt.5 (Mamo), and RESIDENT EVIL 5 (Swahili Zombie). Paul does comical voices too, from WORMMON (Digimon Warriors) to PUNCH (Cowboy Bebop).

Among his other game, anime, and feature anime credits are GURREN LAGAAN (Jorgun), THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, (Mondego), MONSTER (Dr. Reichwein), PAPRIKA (Konakawa), LUPIN III: THE SECRET OF MAMO (Mamo), DURARARA (Higa), X-COM (Dr. Heinrich), BATTLE B-DAMON  (Armada), DIABLO III (Demented Spirit), and DEFIANCE (Burgess). Paul’s voice can also be heard on such titles as MONSTER STRIKE (Death Panda), DRAKENGARD III (Michael The Dragon), JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURES (Wamuu, Dire, Jack The Ripper), NARUTO 7: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM (Kurama), THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS (Armor Giant), AJIN (Hirasawa), HEARTHSTONE (Igneous Giant), KILLER (Colonel Derick) YS VIII: LACRIMOSA OF DANA (Sahad), ACE COMBAT 7 (various roles), GUNDAM: IRON BLOODED ORPHANS (McMurdo), DRAGON BALL SUPER (Sorbet), HUNTER HUNTER (Razor), LITTLE TIARAS (Oak), IRON 17 (Ionnias IX), MEGALO BOX (Burroughs), and SAINT SEIYA (Hakurei).

A versatile performer, Paul also sang for four seasons with the San Diego Opera Company, three years with the Civic Light Opera, and appeared in several productions at the Old Globe Theatre. In Los Angeles, Paul has acted at the Globe Playhouse, Richard Basehart Theatre, Palos Verde Shakespeare on The Meadow, performed with the Rogue Artists, and has “gone on the road” for eleven seasons with the Nevada Shakespeare Festival.

As an instructor, Paul has taught speech, accents, dialects, phonetics, vocal production, and Shakespeare at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, California State University Los Angeles, San Diego State University, Los Angeles Broadcasting School, the Windward School, and is a speech and acting coach for Native Voices at the Autry, a Native American Theatre company, and for the Rogue Artists.

Paul’s TV appearances include work on NCIS, LAST MAN STANDING, JESSIE, LEGIT (for FX), RINGER, TIM AND ERIC’S AWESOME SHOW (Great Job!), and the hilarious KEY AND PEELE (Comedy Central.)

The Kamikaze Snowmen

The Kamikaze Snowmen originally began in 1993 as a fun improvisational pastime between three junior high friends. The group evolved in the late 1990s-early 2000s into an indie comedy band, recording albums and playing live shows at coffee houses and college campus events. In the 2010s the Snowmen found a kinship with comedians and a home at conventions. Over the years they’ve grown their repertoire to include comedy showcases, hosting opening/closing ceremonies and cosplay contests, moderating panels with other guests, game shows, trivia, music video shoots, and more. The group now consists of primary members Paul Tebben and Josh Trumbo, with alum Terry Bown II still appearing on album tracks when able. Taking cues from classic vaudeville and adapting various pop-culture landmarks into their music, The Kamikaze Snowmen provide inclusive and interactive content perfect for any convention setting.

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