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Dante Basco

With a career spanning over two and a half decades, DANTE BASCO is a Hollywood actor who has become a cult classic and pioneering figure in Asian American cinema. He was first introduced in Steven Spielberg’s fairytale movie Hook, as “Rufio”, the leader of the Lost Boys. He quickly jumped to leading roles like Newline’s Take the Lead, opposite Antonio Banderas, and The Debut, which became the voice of a Filipino American generation. 20th Century Fox executives were so mesmerized by the uniqueness of Dante’s look and ability that they gave him a development deal for his own series and he starred in a pilot for Touchstone/ABC, The Chang Family Saves the World, written and produced by John Ridley and directed by Paris Barclay. Ever versatile, he’s “Jake Long” in Disney’s animated series American Dragon: Jake Long as well as “Prince Zuko” in Nickelodeon’s phenomenal hit, Avatar: The Last Airbender. Born and raised in the City by the Bay, Dante started out breakdancing with his three brothers at the age of 8, calling themselves “The Street Freaks.” Quickly they became one of the top groups in San Francisco, opening for acts like Ice-T and Vanity and performing during half-time shows for the 49ers and the Oakland A’s.

Dante and his family moved to Los Angeles in the mid-80s where he started to work immediately. By the age of 16, Dante was fencing against Dustin Hoffman and flying with Robin Williams in Hook. He’s found success on the small screen as well, from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and recurring roles on Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper and Moesha in the 90’s to prominent spots on Nash Bridges, Touched by an Angel, and Providence in the early 2000’s and hit shows today like CSI: Miami, Entourage and Hawaii Five-0. A young man of many talents, Dante is the founder of one of the largest weekly poetry venues in the country, “Da Poetry Lounge” in Los Angeles and he has also shared his spoken word poetry on Russell Simmons’ HBO Def Poetry Jam. He has also begun writing and producing his own features with his production company Kinetic Films, including Hang Loose, a (hilarious buddy) comedy with YouTube sensation KevJumba, winning the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival Special Jury Prizes for “Best Actor” and “Best Newcomer” respectively. From breakdancing in the streets of San Francisco to starring in movies on the silver screen, Dante Basco has become one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood and truly an Asian American icon.

Johnny Yong Bosch

Johnny Yong Bosch got his start fighting giant bugs as Adam Park, the Black Ranger, Green Zeo and Green Turbo Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It is a role that he would play for three and a half seasons on television, two motion pictures and two special guest appearances in subsequent Power Rangers seasons.

After Power Rangers, Johnny became very involved in the world of voice over. His first major voice acting role was Vash the Stampede in Trigun. He later went on to voice Kaneda in Akira, Renton in Eureka Seven, Kiba in Wolf’s Rain, Ichigo Kurosaki in Bleach, Lelouch Lamperouge in Code Geass, Izaya in Durarara and Yukio in Blue Exorcist, Sasori in Naruto, Artemis in Sailor Moon, Hajime in Danganronpa 2, Makoto Tachibana in Free!, Nate in Yokai Watch, Orga in Mobile Suit Gundam Iron Blooded Orphans, Haruo in Hi Score Girl, Zora in Black Clover, Jonathan in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Sabo in One Piece Stampede, Giyu in Demon Slayer, Lio in Promare, Broly in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Nine in My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising and many more.

Johnny’s voice can also be heard in numerous video games. Providing voices Nero in Devil May Cry 4 and 5 (including motion capture), Kuhn in .hack//G.U., Adachi/Narukami in Persona 4, Almaz in Disgaea 3, Emil in Tales of Symphonia, Guy in Tales of the Abyss, Firion in Final Fantasy Dissidia, Bumblebee in Transformers: War for Cybertron, Yang in Street Fighter IV, Zero in Marvel VS Capcom 3. Yukimura in Sengoku Basara, Torian Cadera in Star Wars The Old Republic, Zero in Smash Bros, Iron Fist In Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 and Kung Jin in Mortal Kombat X.

Michaela Jill Murphy AKA Jessie Flower

Michaela Jill Murphy (AKA Jessie Flower) is an American actress, singer, and writer often known for her voice work as Toph Beifong in Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender, Chaca in Disney’s The Emperor’s New School, and many others. She grew up acting in Los Angeles, then went on to graduate in Theater and Film with a concentration in play/screen writing from Yale University. She recently created her own line of ATLA-inspired apparel and merchandise on her site titled Bandit Basics, premiered her first short film, Stalgia, as writer/producer, and voiced a villain named Katherine Zephyr in the audio series The Realm Tree. Currently, she is still auditioning for VO and brushing up on her writing chops while voicing the English dub of special rank angel Nasse in the anime Platinum End which is streaming on Funimation and Crunchyroll! Follow her on Instagram @michaelamostly and check out her website www.michaelajillmurphy.com!

Brittney Karbowski

Brittney Karbowski is a prolific voice actress, who has voiced in a number of series with studios from Texas to California. She is best known for her roles as Wendy Marvel in Fairy Tail, Black Star in Soul Eater, Camie Utsushimi in My Hero Academia, Pride in Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood, Mikoto Misaka in A Certain Magical Index and A Certain Scientific Railgun Series, Nanachi in Made in Abyss, Rimuru in That Time I got Reincarnated as a Slime, Migi from Parasyte the Maxim, Ryou in Clannad, Yuri in Angel Beats, Kusu in Dragon Ball Super, Hisako in Food Wars, and Hitch in Attack on Titan.

Most recently she’s Tirol In Sabukui Bisco; Saori in Tribe Nine, Minoru in Akebi’s Sailor Uniform, Beast in Love After World Domination, Cetia Final Fantasy Brave Exvius; Pookie and Chela in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, and there’s more to come! 

Greg Ayres

Greg Ayres has been blasting his way through the world! With over 290 credits to his name, he has managed to play a variety of characters that are almost as colorful as his hair. He was thrilled to make his second appearance in the DragonBall universe in DragonBall Super as Frost, and equally excited blasting bugs as Geo in Sony Picture’s Starship Troopers : Traitor of Mars. Some other recent roles include Jiro in Concrete Revolutio, Sho Utsumi in SSSSGridman, Ryuuou Edogawa in Doreiku, Koji Koda in My Hero Academia, and he even makes an appearance as Popuko in Pop Team Epic. He is proud to be a part of the new “Pink Harvest” productions for Sentai Filmworks, in the roles of Izumi Sena in Lovestage, and Yabase in Hitorijime My Hero. This year he was also given the opportunity to reprise one of his all time favorite roles as Son Goku in Saiyuki Reload Blast. Some other recent favorites include Nagisa Haruki in Free, and Free Eternal Summer, MonoKuma in Danganronpa, Clear in Dramatical Murder, and Doug in Gangsta, Yu Nishinoya in Haikyu, Zenji Marui in Food Wars, Ganta Igarashi in Deadman Wonderland, Heihachi Hayashida in Samurai 7, and Kouichi Sakakibara in Another. Some of his all-time favorite roles include Son Goku in Saiyuki, Chrono in Chrono Crusade, Kaoru Hitachiin in Ouran High School Host Club, Youhei Sunohara in Clannad, Yuki in The Wallflower, Leo in Ghost Stories, Satoshi Hiwatari in DNAngel, Kaworu Nagisa in the Director’s Cut of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Tomoki Sakurai in Heaven’s Lost Property, and Negi Springfield in Negima.

When he’s not in a booth with headphones on, you can usually find him sporting headphones behind “the decks” at many a music event. A veteran nightclub DJ of many years, he has jumped at the opportunity to play music and organize late night dances at many of the conventions he attends. Greg is also a member of Project BECK, who perform music from the anime Beck Mongolian Chop Squad, and has had a blast reliving the music from that show with his friends. Thrilled to be able to share his love of music with anyone willing to listen – from packed rooms at anime conventions to the legendary stage of The Knitting Factory (NYC), he’s always ready to make a little noise.

Bryson Baugus

Baugus is a voice actor from Houston, Texas. Some of his credits include Shoyo Hinata in Haikyu!!; Falco Grice in Attack on Titan; Seiya in Saint Seiya; Yuga Ohdo in Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS; Takumi Aldini in Food Wars; Bell Cranel in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?; Mitsuru in Darling in the FranXX, and many others.

In his free time, he likes to play video games live on twitch (twitch.tv/baugusbryson) and create videos for YouTube (youtube.com/baugusbryson)!

Cynthia Cranz

Cynthia Cranz is an American actress known for her work voicing anime TV shows, movies and video games for the English dubs. She began working at Funimation (now Crunchyroll) in 1999, one of the first female actors, and has voiced over 200 characters since. Her most notable roles include Chi-Chi (Dragon Ball franchise), Boton (YuYuHokusho), Mitzi (Shin Chan), Bellemere (One Piece), Mitch (Case Closed), Paninya (Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood), Tsurara (Rosario + The Vampire), Lisa (Soal Eater), Chieko ( Princess Jellyfish), Coach MO (Big Wind Up) Mitsuru (Fruits Baskets), Pipimi ( Pop Team Epic), Melida (Wise Man’s Grandson), Dr. Stone (Alumi), Sister Bikini (Ace Attorney), Nau (Shiki), Rika (Summer Wars), Diana (Lupin the 3rd) and Hina (Borderlands 3). She is looking forward to announcing some upcoming roles in the near future!

Patricia Duran

Patricia Duran is a Houstonian with twenty years of experience as a professional stage actor working locally, regionally, and in New York City. In the early 2000’s she did a little voice over work with ADV Films (now Sentai Filmworks), but it wasn’t until 2016 when she returned to her hometown that she really became involved with voicing anime and fell in love with it! Some of her favorite roles include Freya in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Hikari Kagura in Revue Starlight, Hina Tachibana in Domestic Girlfriend, Akio Fudo in Trinity Seven, Nui-Nokata in Dororo, Kazuna Nishizono in Food Wars! The Second Plate, Kagari in Ushio and Tora, Chisato in BanG Dream!, Princess in Princess Principal, Sumika Warakubami in Kakegurui, Helga in Vinland Saga, Yayaka in Flip Flappers, Sho Tachibana in Getter Robo Arc, and many more! She also loved voicing Sora Jingu in the NIS video game Monark. You can find out more on her website @ www.PatriciaDuran.net or follow her on Instagram @PatriciaDuranActor.

Adam Gibbs

Adam Gibbs is a Houston-based actor primarily of the stage, voice, and screen. Voice credits include: Haikyuu!! (Sugawara), Parasyte: The Maxim (Shinichi), My Hero Academia (Natsuo Todorki), Saint Seyai (Phoenix Ikki), Tokyo Ghoul:re (Kuki Urie), Grave of the Fireflies (Seita), Devils’ Line (Anzai), SNAFU (Hachiman), and many more. He is an avid woodworker, cook, and instrumentalist, but mostly a proud Dad of two amazing daughters. For more information visit www.iamadamgibbs.com.

Scott Gibbs

Scott Gibbs is a voiceover, film, and improvisational actor from Houston, Texas. Most notable credits include Lan Di in Shenmue, Tobio Kageyama in Haikyuu!!, Toshi Baba in Starship Troopers: Traitor Of Mars, Sora in No Game No Life, Semimaru in 7 Seeds, Shaka in Saint Seiya: Knights Of The Zodiac, and Satoshi Isshiki in Food Wars. Behind The Voice Actor award nominations include 2017 Best Male Lead Vocal Performance In An Anime Movie/Special for Riku Dola in No Game No Life Zero and 2015 Breakthrough Voice Actor Of The Year. Follow Scott on Twitter: @ScottGibbsActor

Top Roles:

  • Tobio Kageyama – Haikyuu!!
  • Lan Di – Shenmue
  • Sora – No Game No Life
  • Shaka – Saint Seiya

John Gremillion

John Gremillion is a stage, film and voice actor who has been working in anime for over 20 years, providing voices for dozens of popular anime titles for ADV, FUNimation, Okratron 5000, and Sentai Filmworks. John’s most popular roles include Gentle Criminal in My Hero Academia, Dracule Mihawk in One Piece, Roland Chapelle in Food Wars, Arthur Randall in Black Butler, and D in Sentai’s recent re-release of Vampire Hunter D (Nomination – Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Feature Film, 2015). Other roles include Nakeshi Hirokawa in Parasyte: The Maxim, General Liver in Akame Ga Kill!, as well as roles in Attack on Titan, Black Clover, Fire Force, Log Horizon and many others.

A professional video editor for over 20 years, John worked on the supplemental materials for ADV’s 2010 release of Halo Legends and for FUNimation’s release of Assassination Classroom Vol 2. He studied film at The University of Texas at Austin and Theatre Arts at The Juilliard School of Drama.

Jay began his career in anime in the 1990s, when he landed his first role at ADV Films in Master of Mosquiton. Since then, he has appeared in more than 200 titles with studios including ADV Films, Funimation, Sentai Filmworks, Switchblade Pictures, Okratron 5000, and others. As a character actor, Jay has voiced a broad variety of colorful roles, with the occasional romantic lead thrown in for good measure. His notable credits over the past two decades are Mechazawa in Cromartie High School, Spitfire in Air Gear, Sho Zama in Aura Battler Dunbine, Green Dragon Shiryu in Saint Seiya, the Fishmen Choo and Hammond in One Piece, Kagetane Hiruko in Black Bullet, Chief Kurama in Elfen Lied, Arthur Lynch in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Toru Watanabe in Excel Saga, Crusty in Log Horizon, Dera Mochimazzi in Tamako Market, Einzig in No Game No Life, Prince Mytho in Princess Tutu, and Giraffe in Revue Starlight, among many others.

Jay’s voice has also been featured in the live action features Dark Water, Synesthesia, Conduct Zero, The Fuccons, Touching Wild Horses, Gamera – Attack of Legion, as well as video games Unlimited Saga and Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.

Jay had his Toonami debut playing Dr. Stylish in Akame ga KILL!, followed by Shiro Kuramori in Parasyte – the maxim, Joichiro Yukihira in Food Wars!, Taneo Tokuda in My Hero Academia, and most recently, Zongquan in Shenmue The Animation.

Andrew Love

Andrew Love is extremely excited to be a Guest at Anime Houston for the first time. Winner of Behind the Voice Actor’s Anime Male Voice Actor of the Year for 2013 and having voiced over 100 characters since 2006, Andrew is most notably known for his work in such titles as My Love Story (Takeo, Official BTVA 2016 Best Male Lead in a Series winner ), My Hero Academia (Daigoro Banjo), Parasyte (Uragami, BTVA 2016 Best Supporting Male Lead in a Series nomination), Food Wars! (Daigo), Haikyuu! (Yamamoto), Getter Robo Arc (Takuma Nagare), Log Horizon (Naotsugu), Shenmue the Animation (Guanguan Yuan), Clannad (Akio Furukawa), One Piece (Mr. 5, Kumadori, Akainu), High School of the Dead (Soichiro Takagi, others), Kids On The Slope (Sentaro), Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Gerso), Attack on Titan (Ralph),Halo:Legends (Raoh, Fred), Hakuoki (Hijikata), Angel Beats (Fujimaki), Netflix’s 7 Seeds (Ango) and Saint Seiya:Knights of the Zodiac (Cassios). He also performed motion capture for Starship Troopers: Invasion (Carl, Bugspray, etc.) and Starship troopers: Traitor of Mars (Carl, FEDNET Official, etc.). His videogame work includes Phoenix Ra, Oni Chernobog, Frost Bite Cerebus, Wise Wizard Merlin, and Gladiator Guan Yu in “SMITE”, Atlas in “Paladins,” Rocco in “Akash: Path of the Five,” Vincent in “Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles,” and Kakeru Hasegawa in “Monark.” He is a native Texan and an avid comic book reader.

Bigger Roles: Akainu (One Piece), Akio (Clannad), Daigoro Banjo (My Hero Academia), Takeo (My Love Story)

Margaret McDonald

Margaret McDonald (she/them) is a non-binary actor specializing in live events and voice acting. Starting theatre at a young age she has been performing for over 30 years.  She first began her career in voice over in 2011 in the anime No. 6. Since then she has voiced for various characters in anime including, “Miho” in Girls und Panzer, “Rikka” in Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions, “Yua” in Food Wars, “Tamako” in Tamako Market, “Momotaro” in 7seeds, as well as roles in Dr. Stone, Akame ga Kill, and Parasyte -the Maxim- to name a few. McDonald can also be heard in games such as World’s End Club and Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness. This is Margaret’s first time in attendance at Anime Houston and she couldn’t be more excited. Be sure to follow her on Twitter @MargaretMcD_VA and visit her at her guest table! 

Top 5 Characters: Miho (Girls und Panzer), Rikka (Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions), Sakura (Maidsama), Risa (To Love Ru), Yua (Food Wars)

Blake Shepard

Contributing to the anime world since 2003, beginning with ADV films, Blake Shepard has lent his vocal talents to such studios as FUNimation, Sentai Filmworks, Seraphim Digital and the Anime Network. Appearing in nearly 200 shows, his unique tone and versatility have allowed him to provide performances for a range of characters in shows such as: Knights of the Zodiac (Netflix Original), Saint Seiya (Netflix), Food Wars (Netflix, Adult Swim), Darling in the Franxx, ReLife, 7 Seeds, Brynhildr in the Darkness, Campione!, One Piece (Netflix), Pop Team Epic (Adult Swim), Black Clover (Adult Swim), Shin Godzilla, Tokyo Ghoul, Air Gear (SyFy Channel/Adult Swim), Fullmetal Alchemist : Brotherhood, Attack on Titan (Cartoon Network), Halo Legends (Netflix) and many more. As an animator, Blake has also provided the Anime Network with original animation as well as creating promos and bumpers for the network. His company Dynosaur Productions focuses on original content and new technologies. His new project: Robot Girl Chronicles is currently in production. You can learn more at patreon.com/robotgirl.

John Swasey

Chairman of Anime Dallas and Anime Houston, John Swasey started down the road of anime in 1997, when he landed his first role in Golden Boy from ADV Films. Since then, John has gone on to voice hundreds of shows and characters. John’s wife once quipped that there are certain actors who might be the “Brad Pitts” of anime but John is the “Kevin Bacon” of anime. Being the character actor type has given John the freedom to voice bazillions of characters such as Undertaker in Black Butler, Salvador in Borderlands II (VG), Gendo in Evangelion, the Captain in Halo (VG), Lord Death in Soul Eater, Hoenheim in Fullmetal Alchemist, Sir Crocodile in One Piece, Kogoro in Sgt. Frog, Huang in Darker than Black, Vulcan in Orphen, Ken in Kaleido Star, Captain Ahab in Hakugei The Legend of Moby Dick, Rikudoh in RahXephon, Mister in Coyote Ragtime Show, as well as roles in the live action films 2009 Lost Memories, Conduct Zero, Yesterday, Jungle Juice, and the Gamera trilogy. Most recently you can catch John in the broadcast series of GANGSTA as Chad, and Akame Ga Kill as Bols as seen on Toonami.

Olivia Swasey

Olivia Swasey started working in anime when she was just a kid doing bit parts and walla. In 2018 she graduated into larger roles such as: 3D Kanojo Real Girl (Ishino); Release the Spyce (Katrina); Revue Starlight (Maya Tendo); and 7Seeds (Ran). She has also appeared in BanG Dream! (Yukina Minato), Bloom Into You (Midori Igarashi), Land of the Lustrous (Morga), and To Love-ru (Aya). She loves doing yoga and making brownies. She is always looking forward to her next project!

Cat Thomas

Cat Thomas received her BFA in Acting from the University of Houston’s School of Theatre and Dance and has been dubbing with Sentai Filmworks since 2018. Her roles in Anime include Yui Yuigahama in My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Wiene in Is it Wrong to Try to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon?, Nozomi in Shenmue and Anne in Food Wars! featured on Adult Swim.

Kent Williams

Kent Williams, a native Texan and long-time Dallas resident, received a BFA in acting at Southern Methodist University in 1987, and has since cultivated a dynamic career in the performing arts. A Telly Award winning puppeteer, Kent currently serves as Producing Director with LTDM Entertainment and regularly performs its repertoire of storybook classics and high-intensity variety shows at Geppetto’s Marionette Theater at the Hilton Anatole Hotel and at the State Fair of Texas as a featured performer in 2019. As a stage actor and teaching artist in puppetry and Japanese kabuki theater, Kent has served with the Texas Commission on the Arts, Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and Dallas ISD. Kent is a seasoned commercial broadcast and voice over actor represented by the Mary Collins Agency and can be heard in a variety of media including radio spots for Orkin, Mutual of Omaha and Diet Dr. Pepper. Kent has an extensive host of voice acting credits in over 200 video game and anime titles. Some of Kent’s most notable roles are, Dr. Gero, Tao, Supreme Kai, Kibito Kai, and Elder Kai as seen on DBZ, Blue Ogre (Jorge Sao Tome) and Chuu on Yu Yu Hakusho, Hatori Soma on Fruits Basket, Mr. Compress on My Hero Academia, Sid on Soul Eater, Father on Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghira on RWBY, Surge on Red vs. Blue, Mao on Darker Than Black, Captain Kuro, Shura and Clover on One Piece, Judge on Ace Attorney, Jura on Fairy Tale, Deus ex Machina on Future Diary and Byakuya on Dr. Stone.

Linda Young

Linda Young is an American voice actress who is best known for her anime roles as Frieza from Dragon Ball Z, Baba from DBZ, Kai and Super, Genkai from Yu Yu Hakusho. Her other roles include Piiza and Fasha from DBZ, Arale from Dragon Ball,  Porlyusica and Grandeeney from Fairy Tail, Zola from Trapped In a Dating Sim, Martha from First of the North Star-Death in Love, Landlady from Double Decker, Monaka from That Certain Magical Index, Grandmother from Orange, Narrator for My Bride is a Mermaid, Ikumin Ito from Shiki, Xiao’s Grandmother in One Piece, Enta’s Grandma in Sarazanmei, Suki’s Grandmother in Fruits Basket, Chiyo Kumasawa in Umineko When They Cry, Snow in D7 Peacemaker, Shan in Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood, and bit parts in Ace Attorney, Attack on Titan, Detective Conan, One Piece, Gunslinger Girl, Ghost Hunt, Kiddy Grade, Dances with Dragons, Sakura Quest and more.

Linda also wrote and performed in JJ and the Fruit Troops, a syndicated children’s radio show. She wrote over a dozen Murder Mystery Comedy Shows and performed for Murder Mystery Players. Linda performed with Mixed Nuts Comedy Troupe. You may have heard Linda on syndicated Page Turner Radio or advertising for Grandy’s, Busy Body, JC Penney, Office Depot, McDonalds, The Dallas Mavericks, and more. Linda also sings with Nobles of Note Big Band, Blue Diamond Trio, The Sorta Sisters, and Upswing Band.

Kyle Colby Jones has been in the anime industry as a director, writer, producer for 20 years. He began his dubbing career at ADV Films and currently works at Sentai Filmworks & AMC Networks.

Some of his more notable recent anime series include: Haikyu; Food Wars; Made in Abyss; Akame ga Kill; Parasyte; No Game No Life; GATE; Umaru-chan; Gintama; Kaiji; Princess Principal; Monster Musume; My Love Story; Log Horizon; Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun; Mr. Tonegawa; Land of the Lustrous; and Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?.

Kyle has directed several classic titles as well, including: Saint Seiya; Air; Kanon; Madlax; Kino’s Journey; Diamond Daydreams; Phi-Brain; and the stupendously amazing Papuwa. Also included in Kyle’s library are several feature films, like: No Game No Life Zero; Girls und Panzer Der Film; Short Peace; and Martian Successor Nadesico – Prince of Darkness.

Kyle has also served as writer/director on many theatrical live-action dubs, such as: Dark Water; Gamera – Attack of Legion; Gamera – Revenge of Iris; Ghost Train; Conduct Zero; Synesthesia; Guns & Talks; and Big Bad Mama-San.

Before anime, Kyle enjoyed a successful career as an advertising copywriter. He created award-winning television, radio, print, and outdoor campaigns for such clients as IKEA, Norelco, Verizon, Milky Way, Twix, Uncle Ben’s Minute Rice, LPGA, Shell, Space Center, and The Houston Texans. Look closely, and you may find some of Kyle’s other diversions. He is a big fan of altered content and special features, such as Mad Lax Sock Puppet Theatre, Conversations with SSS, and Lake Texarkana Gamera.

When not in the studio, Kyle enjoys filming, photography, and questioning the need for Oxford commas.

Visit Kyle’s sites: 
Youtube channel – Kyle Colby Jones 
http://www.kylecolby.com (photography)

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