Our 2018 Guests
She’s voiced characters in 1700+ TV episodes, OVAs & movies including AZUMANGA DAIOH (Kaorin), SCHOOL-LIVE (Taromaru), BLUE SEED (Kome), INFINITE STRATOS (Laura), FMP? FUMOFFU (Bonta-kun), INFINITE STRATOS (Laura), FULL METAL ALCHEMIST (Marta), LITTLE BUSTERS (Kud), ONE PIECE (Nojiko), AMAGI BRILLIANT PARK (Moffle), AKAME GA KILL (Koro) and GIRLS UND PANZER (Sodoko). Video game credits: UNLIMITED SAGA, DEUS EX II: INVISIBLE WAR. Recent projects include USHIO & TORA, FLYING WITCH and FLIP FLAPPERS.
Ms. Grant has adapted English dubbing scripts for TV series such as HELLO KITTY’S ANIMATION THEATER, AH! MY GODDESS 2, THE WALLFLOWER, INFINITE STRATOS, TEARS TO TIARA, PARASYTE-THE-MAXIM and DEN-NOH COIL, as well as scripts for several subtitled projects including MIYUKI CHAN IN WONDERLAND and the live-action TOKYO – THE LAST MEGALOPOLIS.
Additionally, Tiffany contributed to the albums “Voices for Peace” and “Voices for Tolerance” www.voicesfor.org. Profits benefit charities like Doctors Without Borders. CDs and downloads: www.cdbaby.com & iTunes.
Non-anime work includes ARLINGTON ROAD (w/Jeff Bridges) and indie films LAUGHING BOY, DEAD OF KNIGHT & LARS THE EMO KID. Tiffany also has years of experience in theatre, commercials and industrial films. For more, visit TiffanyGrant.net
Paul St. Peter
PAUL ST. PETER BIO
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), ROBOTECH (Zor Prime), BLEACH (Yammy), WORLD OF WARCRAFT (Boden The Imposing), DYNASTY WARRIORS I-IV (Yuan Shao), DIGIMON (KOKOMON), ZETMAN (Sugito), MAJIN (Majin), and RESIDENT EVIL 5 (Swahili Zombie). Paul has comical voices too, from COWBOY BEBOP (Punch) to DIGIMON WARRIORS (Wormmon). 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). He has recently wrapped work on MONSTER STRIKE (Death Panda), DRAKENGARD 3 (Michael the Dragon), JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURES (Dire/Jack The Ripper/Wamuu), NARUTO 7: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (Kurama), THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS (Armor Giant), AJIN (Hirasawa), HEARTHSTONE (Igneous Giant), KILLER (Colonel Derick), and GODEATER II (various roles), and HAPPILY M ARRIED (Saturo), a Japanese serial.
A versatile performer, Paul also sang for four seasons with the San Diego Opera Company, three seasons with The San Diego Civic Light Opera, and appeared in several productions at the Old Globe Theatre. In Los Angeles, Paul has acted on the stage at The Globe Playhouse, Richard Basehart Theatre, Palos Verdes Shakespeare on the Meadow, and has “gone on the road” with Nevada Shakespeare in the Park for eleven seasons.
As an instructor, he 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 The Rogue Artists, a hyper-Theatre Company.
Paul’s TV appearances include work on NCIS, LAST MAN STANDING, RINGER, TIM AND ERIC’S AWESOME SHOW, JESSIE, LEGIT (FX) and the hilarious KEY AND PEELE (Comedy Central).
Photo credit: Neil Reinhold
Morgan Berry is a voice actor in various anime shows, movies, and video games. Her most popular anime roles being in, “Love Live! Sunshine!!“, “My Hero Academia”, “One Piece“, “KanColle“, “Touken Ranbu“, “Hyperdimension Neptunia“, “Tokyo Ghoul“, “Riddle Story of Devil“, “ēlDLIVE“, “Overlord“, “Show By Rock!!“, and the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast”. Morgan has also voiced in various video games such as “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Smite“, and the Nintendo game “Freedom Planet 2”. In addition, she voices for a variety of different YouTube web series including ScrewAttack’s “DEATH BATTLE” as the Yellow Ranger. On top of voice acting, Morgan is a singer and YouTuber under the name “The Unknown Songbird” with over 5 Million views in total.
The Kamikaze Snowmen have been making “music” and misusing quotation marks since 1993. Since their humble beginnings with a keyboard demo track and the improvisational prowess of a seventh grader, they’ve widened their musical abilities to create a live show that incorporates an acoustic guitar and a snare drum, as well as the improvisational prowess of a seventh grader.
In addition to performing to attractive and confused audiences, The Kamikaze Snowmen have found a niche “hosting” trivia nights, costume contests, and numerous other events for local Conventions and other fine institutions.
Ranging from folk to funk, from satire to silliness, The Kamikaze Snowmen will make you learn how to believe again without you even realizing it. Their performances have been described as “neo-post-modern vaudeville performance art” by a guy they met by the dumpsters, but however you describe it, you’re sure to have “fun” with The Kamikaze Snowmen!
Enjoy, or not, “Skywalker” from “The Ignorance and Bacon” album.
Click the Album cover for the latest Kamikaze Snowmen News.
Brichibi & Snow Cosplay
Brichibi and Snow Cosplay 16 years ago Briana Lawrence (Brichibi Cosplays) and Jessica Walsh (SnowCosplays) were two fanfiction writing ladies who geeked out over Gundam Wing boys and Resident Evil. Now? They’re still geeks and still have their fandoms, but they’re also a cosplaying couple who write books, discuss the importance of representation, and do their best to keep their three butt-head cats in line. Snow is the seamstress of the couple, meanwhile, Brichibi talks about issues in the cosplay community and how the most important thing about cosplay is to love yourself, respect others, and have fun.
When it comes to writing, both ladies write freelance for WatchMojo.com, so chances are, that anime or video game top ten vid you listened to was penned by one of them. Brichibi has also written for “The Root” “SyFy Wire” “Black Girl Nerds” and “Uncanny Magazine” while Snow has had pieces in “Cosplay Culture” and “Apex Magazine.” They also self-publish their own series of books. Brichibi just released a black, queer, magical girl series called “magnifiqueNOIR” while Snow is determined to scare the living daylights out of readers with her upcoming horror anthology “Little Creepers.” Along with their solo projects, the two will soon be working on the third book in their “Hunters” urban fantasy series.
When going to conventions they always bring their best so that they can promote their work. You can get lost in their books, or heck, you can come by for a hug and fun conversations about cosplay, anime, or video games. Always promoting positivity and always supporting one another, Brichibi and Snow are smiling their way through the geek scene.
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