Richard Epcar

Legendary Actor Richard Epcar – is one of the hardest working men in show business, having voiced over 500 characters in Games, Animation and Anime.  Best known as the voice of “Batou” in Ghost in the Shell, “The Joker” in several Batman games including Injustice: Gods Among Us (Fighting Game of the Year!), “Raiden” in Mortal Kombat X, “Ansem” in Kingdom Hearts, “Joseph Joestar” in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures: Stardust Crusaders, “Jigen” in Lupin the Third, and “Akuma” in Street Fighter V!  He has been voted as one of the Top 20 Video Game Voice Actors of all Time and Top 20 Anime Actors of all time by IMDB!

Starting out in Robotech, you’ve heard him in Legend of Korra, Batman Unlimited as “Commissioner Gordon”, Meglobox, March Comes in Like A Lion, Pokemon Generations as “Giovanni”, BERSERK, PEABODY & SHERMAN, ASTERIK WAR, DRAGON BALL SUPER, BLOOD LAD, LUPIN THE THIRD, MONSTER, NARUTO, BOBOBO-BOBOBO, TRANSFORMERS, BLEACH, SKIP BEAT, KENSHIN, SAO II, DURARARA, GTO, A LULL IN THE SEA, HUNTERXHUNTER, GUNDAM, MACROSS, DC SUPER FRIENDS, CYBER SOLIDER 009, LUCKY STAR, DIGIMON, 7 DEADLY SINS, X-MEN, GUNDAM UNICORN, BABYLON 5, and POWER RANGERS to name a few and he’s directing and voicing the all new LUPIN THE THIRD!

He’s also in tons of games including BLADE 2, LINEAGE 2, OVERSTRIKE, BRAVELY DEFAULT, FINAL FANTASY as Gaius and Ilberd, SAINTS ROW, MAFIA III, ARKHAM ORIGINS, SKYRIM, PERSONA 5, INFINITE CRISIS as the Joker, CALL OF DUTY-ADVANCED WARFARE, MAD MAX, FIRE EMBLEM: AWAKENING as Walhart, MK vs D.C. UNIVERSE as the Joker and Raiden, STARGATE SG-1 as Gen. Hammond, CALL OF DUTY-BLACK OPS, STAR WARS: EMPIRE AT WAR, STAR WARS: OLD REPUBLIC, TRANSFORMERS, X-COM, COMMAND & CONQUER, DEAD OR ALIVE 3-D, STARCRAFT as Dark Templar, DEAD SPACE, XENOSAGA as Ziggy, MARVEL HEROS, WORLD OF WARCRAFT, SMITE, SPEC OPS, LEAGUE OF LEGENDS as Xin Zhao, NARUTO, COWBOY BEBOP, SAMURAI WARRIORS, BLUE DRAGON, STAR OCEAN, XENOSAGA, SPLINTER CELL, GUILTY GEARS, .HACK, STREET FIGHTER, MEDAL OF HONOR, GHOST RECON, BATON KAITOS ORIGINS, SPACE SEIGE, SPEC-OPS, BAYONETTA,  CATHERINE, TEKKEN, ACE COMBAT, MODNATION RACERS, and RESIDENT EVIL.

RICHARD has voice directed many games including: ARKHAM ORIGINS, DEAD ISLAND: RIPTIDE, BLUE DRAGON, SHADOW HEARTS II, STAR OCEAN 2, 3, ENEMY TERRITORY QUAKE WARS, UNREAL TOURNAMENT 3, JACKASS THE GAME,  SMACKDOWN VS. RAW, and DEAD HEAD FRED and voice directed many shows including: GHOST IN THE SHELL 2, ROBOTECH: SHADOW CHRONICLES, ALMOST HEROES, JUNGLE SHUFFLE, THE REEF, MONCHICHI, GRAND MASTER, NOEIN, DIGIMON, LUPIN THE III, FIGHTING SPIRIT, PATLABOR 3, ZENTRIX, AZUMI I & II, FEARLESS, BETTY BLUE, IRON MONKEY, VR TROOPERS, POWER RANGERS, UGLY BETTY WEBISODES and OLD BOY to name a few.

He has also voice acted on several big films including: DEADPOOL 1 & 2, WARCRAFT, PLANET OF THE APES, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS and RESIDENT EVIL 3 to name just a few.

On Camera Richard has appeared in many shows including: WAREHOUSE 13, MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN, COLUMBO, DIAGNOSIS MURDER, MATLOCK, CHEERS, DAYS OF OUR LIVES, GENERAL HOSPITAL, and a lead in the film ALTERED SPIRITS now playing on Amazon.

Cynthia Cranz

Cynthia Cranz has been a professional actress in the Dallas / Fort Worth area since 1993 when she signed with The Tomas Agency. Her work has included theater, commercials, television, film, print, music videos, industrial videos, PSAs, voice over for radio spots, voice dubbing for anime and video games. Born in Fort Worth, TX, she graduated from Grapevine High School and The University of Mississippi. She currently resides in Fort Worth with her husband and assorted pets. She is also a licensed Realtor. She is an accomplished equestrian and when she is not working she enjoys riding her horse and competing in horse shows, a life long passion and hobby which she shares with her mother and sister. She is best known for voicing the role of Chi Chi in Dragon Ball Z, which was her break through role at Funimation in 1999. Other notable roles include Botan in Yu Yu Hakusho, Mitzi in Shin Chan, Mitch in Case Closed, Paninya in Full Metal Alchemist, Belleamere in One Piece, and Coach Momoe in Big Wind Up. She is honored to be one of the first females cast at Funimation and grateful to still be working with them for almost 2 decades.

 

Wendy Powell

Wendy Powell is a native of Texas and resides in Dallas with her husband Todd, her son Charlie, and their lab Janie. She has steadily worked as a professional actress since graduating from Texas Christian University in 1993, and is an alumna of the Walt Disney World College Program. She has also worked on commercials, television, radio, print, film, industrial videos, and of course, anime voice-overs. Her other great passion is teaching; she has taught middle school theatre for 6 years, and is grateful every day for all that her students teach her about life.

Wendy is best known for her work at Funimation Entertainment and Okatron 5000. Her most notable roles are Envy from Fullmetal Alchemist and Ilena from Claymore.

Wendy’s list of beloved characters that she has voiced over the years range from teachers to demons, which is what she loves most about voice acting!

The following is a list of some of her credits:

Heavy Object (Ayamia Cherryblossm), Tokyo Raven (Miyo Kuarahaski), Murder Princess (Cecilia), Prince Adventures (Queen Tahirah Tehuti), Wolf Children (Nirasaki’s Daughter), The Gunstringer, Trigun: Badlands Rumble, Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts (Kaoru Toudou), Royal Lane, Chaos Head (Katsuko Momose), Casshern Sins, Soul Eater, Nabari No O (Naoko), Doruaga no to: The Aegis of Uruk (Quox), D. Gray-man (Hevlaska), Evangelion: 1.0: You are (Not) Alone, Darker than Black (Yamashita), Murder Princess (Cecilia), One Piece (Miss Merry Christmas), Negima! (Misora Kasuga), Shin Chan (Fever Demon), Ouran High School Host Club (Fan Club Executive), Revelation (Snow), XXXHolic (Collector E), Trinity Blood (Paula), Spikeout: Battlestreet, Moon Phase (Pinky), Bloodrayne 2: (Kestral), School Rumble, Keroro Gunso (Admiral), Burst Angel (Ms Hongo), Space Dandy, The Galaxy Railways (Mrs. Drake), D7Peacemaker: Nightfall (V1), Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel (Camilla), Gunslinger Girl, Blue Gender: The Warrior (Amick Hendar), Kiddy Grade (Etoh), Fruits Basket (Kyo’s Mother), Baki the Grappler (Emi), Detective Conan (Margery Wafulcot), Yu Yu Hakusho (Mukuro), *Catches breath*. Whew. My goodness! Wendy is a busy, busy, lady!

Wendy is excited to share her love of acting with the kiddos and adults alike, and is looking forward to meeting all of you.

Patrick Seitz

Known primarily for his work as the guy who yells out “Super Electromagnetic Shrapnel Cannon!” in Code Geass, Patrick Seitz’s body of other, lesser work stretches back to the year 2000. When he’s not busy playing Love Live: School Idol Festival, Patrick Seitz gets paid to voice guys who A) yell a lot, B) wear an eye-patch, C) have an accent, or D) sport a cool haircut.

His anime credits include Gamagoori in Kill la Kill; Franky in One Piece; Laxus in Fairy Tail; Keith in Attack on Titan; Griamore in Seven Deadly Sins; Motochika in Sengoku Basara; Senji in Deadman Wonderland; Isshin and Kenpachi in Bleach; DIO in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure; Germany in Hetalia; Agni in Black Butler; Simon in Durarara; Kunzite in Sailor Moon; Sky High in Tiger & Bunny; Luke Valentine in Hellsing and Hellsing: Ultimate; JP in Redline, Grimmer in Monster; the Penguin Emperor in Daimadaler; Agil in Sword Art Online; and Nekozawa in Ouran High School Host Club.

On the video game side of the equation, Patrick’s credits include Ragna in the BlazBlue series; Garrosh Hellscream and Arthas Menethil in World of Warcraft; Scorpion in the last few Mortal Kombat games; Artanis in StarCraft II; Kog’Maw, Lucian, and Renekton in League of Legends; Kana Rua in Pillars of Eternity, Basilio in Fire Emblem: Awakening; Samson in Skullgirls; Chopin in Eternal Sonata; Doug in Xenoblade Chronicles X; Hades and Chaac in SMITE; Hugo in Ultra Street Fighter IV; Heldalf in Tales of Zestiria; and create-a-character voices in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and The Sims 4.

He was also the dream-sequence pizza-delivery bear in Inside Out, as well as other additional voices.

Seitz also does script-adaptation and ADR directing—most recently for the English  dubs of Aggretsuko and Your Lie in April. If you’ve seen shows like Steins;Gate, Romeo X Juliet, Space Dandy, Princess Jellyfish, or Deadman Wonderland, he dun writ some of them words—or, in the case of Summer Wars and Wolf Children, *all* of them words! His directing credits include State of Decay, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Citizens of Earth, Rune Factory 4, Conception 2, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker (breathe!), Monster, Girls Bravo, and BlazBlue: Alter Memory.

Follow Patrick’s musings on Twitter and Instagram @Seitz_Unseen.

Terri Doty

Sing over as many tunes as possible before an ad break, think diabolically (even if the role doesn’t call for it), make nachos, read the latest volume of The Girl From the Other Side, record, edit, make more nachos… Everyone has their process.

Since her (un)forgettable debut as Woman A in the second season of Tsubasa: The RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Terri Doty has lent her voice to a multitude of characters, like, Moriko Morioka in Recovery of an MMO Junkie, Virgo in Fairy Tail, Kyouko Machi in Interviews with Monster Girls, Ienaga Kano in Golden Kamuy, Shiggy in Made In Abyss, Fuchi in Junji Ito Collection, High Elf Lian in Paladins, Kirara Hazama in Assassination Classroom, Yuko Tachikawa in Parasyte, Claire in Visage, Chutaro Kumo in Laughing Under The Clouds, Kate Preston in Wasteland 2, Wandering Alchemist in Realm Royale, Rachel Alexi in Backstage Pass and Fem! Germany in Hetalia: The Beautiful World just name a few. 

Staff credits include Junji Ito Collection (Voice Director), Dragon Ball FighterZ (Script Supervisor), Baka and Test: ­Summon the Beasts (Voice Director), Rideback (Voice Director), Corpse Princess (Voice Director), RIN­: Daughters of Mnemosyne (Voice Director, Big Windup! (Voice Director) and Sankarea: Undying Love (Zombie Expert).

Terri teamed up with J. Michael Tatum and Stephen Hoff in early 2010 to start That Anime Show, a show that rarely talks about anime among randomness. Listeners are given an… interesting look into their unpredictable and often hilarious, lives. NSFW! Hours of mayhem are available through iTunes and ThatAnimeShow.com.

Her sci-fi novel One of Few is available (paperback, Kindle & audiobook) via Amazon, Audible & iTunes.

Keep up w/Terri via Twitter/Instagram (@TeeDotally) and TerriDoty.com!

 

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