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Leah Clark

Clark (Print)Leah Clark is a Random Force Of Nature working as a voice actress and script adapter for FUNimation Entertainment and voice artist for DuArt Films. She has also worked as a director for FUNimation as well as a stage actress in the Dallas-Ft Worth TX area.  Some of her most memorable voice roles include Nodoka in Negima; Suzuka in Suzuka; Rin in Toriko; Fuyuki in Sgt Frog; Blair in Soul Eater; Minatsuki in Deadman Wonderland; Saki in Eden of the East; Nora in Spice and Wolf; Minami in Baka and Test; Jiji in Princess Jellyfish; Noah in Full Metal Alchemist—Conqueror of Shamballa; Coby and Miss Doublefinger in One Piece; Paris in Shin Chan; Eri in School Rumble; Maron in Dragonball GT; Carlita in Pokemon the Movie: Black/White—Victini and Reshiram; and Maru in XXXHolic.

Other notable works include: Aria in Aria, the Scarlet Ammo; Homura/Kagari in Sekirei; Akane in Rumbling Hearts; Ruby in Rosario + Vampire; Tenhou in Oh! Edo Rocket; Akagawa/Red Ranger in Level E; Hikari in Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (not) Advance; Miyabi in Freezing; Kagura in Ga Rei Zero; Miya Miya in Bamboo Blade; Doyle in Pokemon; and Mayu Otsuka in Darker Than Black.  Recently, Leah can be heard as Murmur in Future Diary; Yu in Guilty Crown; Giselle in Last Exile-Fam, the Silver Wing; as well as roles in Steins Gate, Wolf Children and Is This a Zombie?

She’ll next be found as Chiaya in The Rolling Girls, Vasilisa in a Certain Magical Index, Part II, Kanzaki in Assassination Classroom and Kyoko in Tokyo Ravens.

Some of Leah’s script works include Panty & Stocking With Garterbelt, Suzuka, Peach Girl, Sasami—Magical Girl Club, Baka and Test, Strike Witches, and her all-time favorite, B Gata H Kai/Yamada’s First Time.

As a Director, Leah has worked on Sasami—Magical Girl Club, Tower of Druaga, StrAIN, Case Closed (movies) Captured In Her Eyes and Countdown To Heaven, and Shuffle.

Leah is also a producer and co-host of The Red Wine Therapist podcast also featuring voice actress Jad Saxton. The show is an interactive open, raw, educational, and hilarious discussion of life, love, wine and (ahem) other stuff.

Leah would find it oh so magical and lovely if you would keep up with her on Twitter and Facebook—Leah Clark Actress Fanclub.

Leah Clark Actress Fanclub: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leah-Clark-Actress-Fanclub/119243071428264

On Twitter: http://twitter.com/leahrooo
On Twitter: http://twitter.com/redwinetheraps

Jake Paque

Jake Paque

Jake Paque is an actor, voice actor, writer and producer. He’s best known for playing Professor Sycamore on Pokémon, Dumon in Yu-gi-oh! Zexal and Caydan Phoenix in the video game Modern Combat 5. He voices characters in Super 4, Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood, Egyxos and the video game Brothers In Arms. He also does narration for film, television and audiobooks. Jake likes loud rock music, scary video games and spaceships (both real and fictional).





Christopher Smith

Chris Smith Headshot

Chris is “the guy you’ve heard but haven’t heard of.” He started his career in the original Robotech and Captain Harlock series’ as third-guy-from-the-left-who-screams-when-he-blows-up. These days he works constantly, and sometimes plays characters who have actual names.

Names like Luke Skywalker. He voices Luke in Disney’s Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars, and for The Ellen Degeneres Show. He also narrates Star Wars books for Disney.

If you play the wildly popular ARG Ingress, you’ll recognize Chris as adventurer, host of Nomad, and leader of The Enlightened, Hank Johnson.

He’s also the voice of Oruo in Attack on Titan & AoTJH, Spandam in One Piece, Headmaster Kaien Cross in Vampire Knight, Kittan in Gurren Lagann, Captain Bright Noa for Gundam: Unicorn, Ryo in Cyborg 009 vs Devilman, Charizard in Pokemon Origins, Hawkeye and Jubei in Marvel: Disk Wars, Aoki Kashiwade in Knights of Sidonia, John Balks in Future Diary, Brick Lehm in Jormungand, Raizer Phoenix in High School DXD, Do’on in Sankarea: Undying Love, Yamaoka in Eureka 7:AO, and Ren Goto and Ryuho Kamo in “K.”

He’s stepped into Mark Hamill’s role of The Joker in the Lego Batman games, and the movie Lego Batman: DC Heroes Unite. He voices Tom, Lt Roger & Wayzz in Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir (Nickelodeon), Brock Lesner, Shamus, and Kane for WWE Smash City, Bren & Jon Ace on Monsuno (Hulu), Coach Loudly on Popples (Netflix), he’s the ever-charming Snivel on Lego Friends (Netflix), and he’s Bob the Frog, Edward the Emo Bat, Pelvis & Jeannot the Barbarian Rabbit on The Jungle Bunch (Sprout).

In Elder Scrolls Online he voices Molag Bal, Razum-dar, Merric-at-Aswala, Nicolas, Fa’Ren, Rakkhat, as well as many Khajiit, Red Guard, Altmer, Wraith, and Frightened Bretons.

He’s Jijimon, Slashangemon, Goblinmon, and many other “mon” in Digimon Fusion, and Dracyan & Saiga in Crossfire: B-Daman.

Some of his other prominent anime roles include Dr Wakai in Ajin, Aimaru in Toriko, and King of Midlands in Berserk.  He’s also the voice of Major Peter Soyuz in Full Metal Alchemist: Sacred Star of Milos, and Lucius Isaac for the Marvel anime adaption of Blade. He’s Kinnosuke & Dennis in DuRaRaRa, Matoko Kibune, Rose, and Wonderweiss in Bleach, Ishidate, Akhaboshi, Ibiki, and Shuura in Naruto, and The Puppeteer in Ghost in the Shell. He’s about 25 characters apiece in Code Geass, Monster, and Redline.  He’s Hanamoto-Sensei in Honey and Clover, The Mikado in Moribito, Abe in Ghost Slayer Ayashi, and his characters feature prominently in Hellsing: Ultimate, Persona 4, The Last Exile, Psychopass, Appleseed, Robotics Notes, Overman King Gainer, Tenjho Tenghe, Gundam Force, Samurai Champloo, and a few dozen more.

In games, he’s The Joker in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and Lego Dimensions, The Annoyotron in Hearthstone, Emmerson in Star Ocean 5, Saranish Steiner in Bravely Default, Albus in Skullgirls, Hilde in Natural Doctrine, Satanael in Guided Fate Paradox, Evan in Til Morning Light, the playable Avatar, Vincent, and Yarne in Fire Emblem: Awakening, Rufus in Street Fighter 4 (Super SF, & SFXTekken), Superman in Mortal Kombat vs DC, and Emperor Mateus in Final Fantasy: Dissidia. Going way back he was Agent Smith in Matrix: Path of Neo, and Professor X for the Marvel Pinball Games. He was Tenebrae in Tales of Symphonia 2, Commander Cadigan in Dead Space, and Supreme Commander Gaghan in Star Ocean 4. He’s Fandrel Staghelm, Mal Ganis, Razslo Crushcog, Soulflayer Yorsaj & Kash’drakor in World of Warcraft, Nobunaga Oda in Samurai Warriors, Sun Wu Kong in Warriors Orochi, and Yuan Shao in Dynasty Warriors. He was Scalpel and Firehawk in Command and Conquer 4, and he voice-matched Hugh Jackman, Hugo Weaving as Memphis and Noah for Happy Feet. He’s Juda in Fist of the Northstar, and Prime Minister Hatagoya in Godzilla. He’s a couple dozen characters each in Shin Megami Tensei IV, Firefall & Romance Saga, plus multiple characters in Let it Die, Devil Summoner-Soul Hackers, God Eater 1 & 2, Pillars of Eternity, Battle of SOL, Hero Portal, Vandal Hearts 2, Ratchet and Clank, God of War, Atlantica Online, Lunia, Skycrawlers, Xenosaga, and roughly 100 other games.

So yeah. You’ve heard him.

Cindy Robinson


Cindy Robinson began her career as a stage actress. In New York she played leading roles in multiple shows on Broadway including Stephen Sondheim’s “Into The Woods,” “Peter Pan” and the Tony Award winning production of “Carousel” at Lincoln Center. When Cindy moved to Hollywood she used her talents to bring animated characters to life.

Her voice talents can be heard on many shows including Sonic Boom (Amy Rose), Blazblue (Makoto), Naruto (Samui), Bleach (Kiyone Kotetsu), Guardian of the Sacred Spirit (Balsa), Digimon: Fusion (Laylamon, Ewan) and Queen Beryl and Berthier in Sailor Moon, as well as various roles in Powerpuff Girls and other among many others.

Her video game career is also extensive with such selected titles as Fallout 4, Skyrim, Bioshock Infinite, Guild Wars 2, Resident Evil 6, Call of Duty: Black Ops, The Last of Us, Saints Row IV, Elder Scrolls, Zero Escape, Fallout: New Vegas, Street Fighter V, Pillars of Eternity, Star Wars: The Old Republic, There Came an Echo and Mass Effect 2 under her belt.

Cindy’s animation career includes some of the largest franchises in history such as Powerpuff Girls, Star Vs. The Forces of Evil, Monster High (Operetta, Holt/Hyde), Ever After High (Maddie Hatter, Humphrey Dumpty), Sonic Boom! (Amy Rose), Olivia the Pig, the new Netflix series, Popples (Lulu and Izzy), the very popular DVD series Leapfrog (Leap), Scout and Friends, Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn toys (Monkey).

Aside from voicing characters in the digital realm, Cindy is regularly featured in such live action series as Gotham, House of Lies, The Good Wife, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles and is also featured on the big screen in films such as Drive, The Equalizer, White House Down and is featured as the voice of The Announcer in The Purge just to name a few.  Cindy is the Official Voice of Betty Boop and can be heard in a series of Bally’s slot machines in Las Vegas.

For more information and a more complete list of credits, please visit IMDB.

Jonny Cruz


Let’s break it down!  Jonny has acted on the big screen in films, created lots of hilarious skits with his friends at Power Up, and played roles on TV shows including NCIS: Los Angeles and The Closer.  But where you’ll likely recognize his voice the most is as everyone’s favorite audio medic, Lucio, from the hit Blizzard game Overwatch.  He’s looking forward to meeting all his fans at Anime St. Louis, and you can follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jonnycruzzz/.