Corgi Cosplay is made up of Kiba (an 8-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi) and his crazy, human sidekick Nicole! Kiba is actually Nicole’s service dog and takes his job pretty seriously, even under the costumes. Kiba started cosplaying back in 2013 and Nicole started joining in on the fun in 2014. Through cosplay, Nicole has learned how to better manage her mental health and now loves sharing with others about what she deals with and tries to help others. Since their start, they have now guested at over 20 cons and have been featured in articles online and in print. Nicole also loves talking about cosplay positivity and it being for everyone, no matter size, color, gender, nor even species!
Some past guest appearances include Anime Expo for 3 years as a Cosplay Senpai, 4 years at Saboten Con in Phoenix, AZ, Senshi Con in Anchorage, AK, 2 years at Zenkaikon in Lancaster, PA, and many more! Corgi Cosplay keeps getting asked back to cons because Nicole knows that being a cosplay guest isn’t about just being at the con to have fun and she treats it like work. Nicole knows that as a guest, she is sort of like a face to the con and needs to be friendly and professional the whole time at the con to all the attendees.
Nicole loves doing mental health and cosplay positivity panels at cons. She is always open to doing other kinds of panels and really anything that will be fun for the attendees. Nicole can also judge masquerades/cosplay contests.
Jason Paige is a true Artist/Renaissance Man. His voice, acting, writing, arrangement and production skills successfully span the creative frontiers of music and theatre from Pop to Jazz, Hip-Hop to Rock, Soul to Country and more. His current performances spontaneously combine his vocal gymnastics, beatboxing, and throat-singing into live recorded musical improvisations called “Looping”. For the past 18 years, he’s most infamously known as the voice of the ever-present “Pokémon theme song”.
Jason sings dozens of jingles every year. You have heard his voice on many famous commercials and Super-Bowl ads for companies like Coca-Cola, Subway, Taco Bell, Mountain Dew, and Pepto Bismol. Singing backgrounds and rapping with Michael Jackson at Madison Square Garden. The most recognizable voice of our time, he is the man who sings the theme song to the cartoon phenomenon “Pokémon”. As Pokémon Go takes over the world, an entire generation of adults and their children too, are singing along together to Jason’s voice and his new Pokémon Go theme song. “Catch The World With A Throw”.
Jason Paige has quickly risen again to the spotlight of the Pokémon Fans. He has been interviewed on MTV, CNN, TMZ, Nintendo News, SPIN, Cosmopolitan, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, CNET and more. His voice and rousing theme’s popularity has generated billions of hits on youtube and his current video presence and social media venues reach many millions.
Jason is currently being booked for interviews and public appearances. You will see him at Pokémon Festivals, Go Events, themed private events, gaming conventions, music festivals and appearances on TV, film, and radio. Jason has been known to play Pokémon Go while singing his infamous theme song. The fans go crazy.
Carrie has voiced roles in many Anime Series and video games from Los Angeles, Texas and now New York! Some of Carrie’s roles include: … from California: “Hakufu” in Ikki Tousen (Season 1, 3 and 4), “Nancy” in R.O.D. the TV, “Kukuri” in K, “Maromi” in Paranoia Agent, “Rakka” in Haibane Renmei, and others such as Stellvia, Ultra Maniac, I, My, Me! Strawberry Eggs, Daphne in the Brilliant Blue, Marmalade Boy, Gankutsuo, Dear.S, GunXSword, Ergo Proxy, Girl’s Bravo, Texhnolyze, Melody of Oblivion, Tsukihime, Sakura Wars the Movie, Dangaizer 3, Aquarian Age the Movie, Monsters, Ghost Talker’s Day Dream, Vampire Knight, Squid Girl, Durarara, and Madoka Magica, and a little but very fun part in Fate Zero! Her Texas characters include “Mokona” in Tsubasa Chronicles, and XXX Holic, “Millia” in Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing, “Miu” in Kenichi, “Rihoko” in Witchblade, “Asta” in Trinity Blood, “Penny” in Shin Chan , “Solty” in Solty Rei, “Angol Mois” in Sargent Frog, “Lisanna” in Fairy Tail, as well as roles in other shows such as Maken Ki!, Railgun, the many Aquarion series, Bamboo Blade, Romeo X Juliette, School Rumble, Heaven’s Lost Properties, Chaos Head, Linebarrels of Iron, Kaze no Stigma, Sasami, Moon Phase, Rumbling Hearts, Murder Princess, Shuffle, Ragnarok, Mushishi, Samarai 7, Full Metal Alchemist, Suzuka, Hell Girl, Origin “Spirits of the Past”, One Piece, Ouran Host Club, Black Blood Brothers, Negima, Darker than Black, Tower of Druaga, Aquarion, Shikebane Hime, Baccano, Strain, Dragonaut, Soul Eater, Sasami, Tower of Druaga, Shakugan no Shana 111, Xeno Saga, Sekirei, Corpse Princess, D.Gray-Man,… from New York there is Ladies vs. Butlers, several small roles in Pokémon, and she’s currently voicing roles in many other series, originally from France, China, and Korea (some of which are available on Netflix and Amazon Prime) … and the list goes on. She has also had a fun time voicing characters in video games such as Street Fighter V, Street Fighter X Tekken, Blaz Blue, Disgaea 4, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, Final Fantasy 7 “Crisis Core”, Suikoden 5, Tales of Legendia, Romancing Saga, The Dynasty Warriors Series, Culdcept, Rumble Roses II, and Star Ocean 4 “The Last Hope”, Ar Tarnelico, Trinity Universe, and Atelier Rorona, Mugen Souls, Smite and the list is always expanding. In the past, she joyously got to be the voice of 2 “My Little Pony” toys; Baby “Skywishes” and a singing T-pot! Carrie has script adapted for such shows as School Rumble, and Shuffle, and was also lucky enough to get to directed episodes 1-4 of Shuffle, as well as just a little occasional directing on various other shows.
Carrie is currently residing in NY where she graduated of one of NY’s famous Broadway schools; “Circle in the Square Theater School”, and is sticking around in the great city of New York for a while, although she certainly misses Los Angeles, which she considers home (especially when the NY winters roll around!).
Carrie has also enjoyed the unique experience of being able to travel in order to help struggling children and adults in developing countries when funding could be raised to do so. She has done this in such places as Africa, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Mexico, the Philippines, some parts of the US and Australia.
Bill Timoney entered the field of dubbing Japanese animation – aka anime – in 1991 when he was cast as the lead male voice in the notorious “erotic-grotesque” horror anime Legend of the Overfiend and its’ sequel Legend of the Demon Womb. He then booked the role for which anime fans know him best: “Parn,” the hero of the OAV classic anime Record of Lodoss War and its’ TV version Chronicles of the Heroic Knight.
Bill has voiced several recurring guest villain roles on the enduring TV series Pokemon (including “Nando,” “Conway,” and “Harley #2”). He’s well-known for voicing the role of club president “Madarame” in the fan-boy comedy anime series Genshiken. Bill also adapted the scripts, cast the voice talent, and directed the ADR recording sessions for Genshiken, Genshiken 2 and the show’s companion show Kujibiki Unbalance. Bill script-adapted and directed the dubbing for the 26 episode Gokudo: Swordsman Extraordinaire, and for Gravitation and Gravitation: Lyrics of Love. He directed ADR for Jewel B.E.M. Hunter Lime, Madara, and episodes of Comic Party and Record of Lodoss War. Bill adapted the script for Magical With Punie-chan, as well as for an animated film based on the life of revered Persian poet Rumi MEVLANA.
Bill’s voice work can be heard in the anime-dubs of Cowboy Bebop, Outlaw Star, Trigun, Legend of Himiko, Iria: Zeiram the Animation, Gravitation, Kujibiki Unbalance, Madara, Gokudo:Swordsman Extraordinaire, Battle Skipper, Battle Athletes Victory, Battle Arena Toshinden, Perfect Blue, .hack, Gatchaman II, Black Heaven, Fist of the North Star, Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space, Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team, Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise from the Ashes, Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure, Jewel B.E.M. Hunter Lime, Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer, Dominion: Tank Police, Here is Greenwood, My My Mai, E.Y.E.S. Of Mars, Magical Witch Punie-chan, Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars, Street Fighter II V, Serial Experiments Lain, Daphne in the Brilliant Blue, Ikki Tousen, My My Miracle, Mazinger Z Infinity, Digimon, and the Queen’s Blade series.
Bill’s voice works in animated programs from countries other than Japan include the title character in Alosha (aka Alosha Popovich y Tugarin), Konstantin Bronzit’s film for the Melnitsa studio that became the highest-grossing Russian-made animated feature film ever released theatrically in that country. He voiced “robot unit #19,” one of the leads in The Star Maker, the successful children’s animated feature film from Argentina… “King Cyclone” of the balloon kingdom in the Italian-made animation Eggy…. loveable robot “Alex” in China’s Universal Force: Seer Squad… Spain’s Pup 2 No Good…. and South Korea’s Hammerboy, The Doodolls, Robot Trains and The Naughty Nuts. For Italy’s animated biopic Padre Pio, Bill voiced the role of Jesus Christ.
Bill has voiced roles in live-action foreign language films & TV shows from every inhabited continent. He worked on the dubbed versions of the “Best Foreign Language” Academy Award winners IL POSTINO and KOLYA. He voiced the English language performance of veteran Japanese character actor Reni Osugi in filmmaker Sion Sono’s J-horror cult hit EXTE: HAIR EXTENSIONS. He can be heard voicing principal roles in the French zombie flick THE HORDE, the Iranian fright film UNDER THE SHADOW, the Chinese action movies JACKIE CHAN’S PROJECT A, TOKYO RAIDERS, and STORM RIDERS, and the Japanese films WILD CRIMINAL and ZERO WOMAN: FINAL MISSION. He dubbed roles in the Israeli film WASSERMAN: THE DOG THAT COULD SING, and in the Australian-made TV series “Water Rats.”
Director Brian DePalma cast Bill as the voice of the spacecraft computer in his Disney film MISSION TO MARS…. director Woody Allen chose Bill to serve as the guiding voice in the Greek chorus of his Oscar-winning comedy MIGHTY APHRODITE… director Joyce Chopra picked Bill to narrate the World War II movie newsreels in her film MOLLY: AN AMERICAN GIRL ON THE HOMEFRONT… and director Frank Oz selected Bill to provide the voice of “Mind Head” in the Steve Martin / Eddie Murphy comedy BOWFINGER. Oz also hired Bill for voice work on his films THE STEPFORD WIVES and IN & OUT.
American Daytime TV viewers know Bill for his on-camera recurring role as “Alfred Vanderpool,” which he portrayed on the soap opera “All My Children” from 1982 thru 2007. His prime-time TV appearances include roles on “Person of Interest,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Orange is the New Black,” “The Good Cop” and “Mr. Robot.” Bill played the recurring role of “Senator Royce” on the first season of the SyFy Channel’s TV series “12 Monkeys.”
Timoney has enjoyed a long creative collaboration with his friend Bryan Cranston, appearing on his TV series “Malcolm in the Middle,” and in Cranston’s films WAKEFIELD, LAST CHANCE, TRUMBO (as a voice actor), and ALL THE WAY. The two also performed together in the award-winning stage version of ALL THE WAY on Broadway in 2014. It was at Cranston’s urging that Bill auditioned at the famous Improvisation comedy club in New York City back in the 1980s; he passed his audition, becoming a regular roster member stand-up comic and emcee at the Improv for much of that decade. Though he no longer performs in clubs, Bill has applied his stand-up experience to a wide range of charity benefits as an emcee, host, and auctioneer.
But acting remains Timoney’s focus. He recently performed a scene opposite Robert De Niro for director Martin Scorcese’s upcoming film THE IRISHMAN.
Morgan Berry is a voice actor best known for her work in various anime shows, movies, video games, and web series; many appearing on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and Disney XD. Some of her most notable roles being in “Dragon Ball Super”, “My Hero Academia”, “One Piece”, “Cells At Work”, “The Rising of the Shield Hero”, “Sword Art Online: Gun Gale”, “Free!”, “Tokyo Ghoul”, “Beyblade Burst Turbo”, “KanColle”, “Touken Ranbu”, “Hyperdimension Neptunia”, “Overlord”, “Riddle Story of Devil”, “ēlDLIVE”, and the award-winning film “The Boy and the Beast.” Morgan is also in many major titles including “Fairy Tail”, “Attack on Titan”, and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”. Her most notable video game titles include “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Smite”, and the Nintendo game “Freedom Planet 2”. In addition, she voices for a variety of web series including Team Four Star’s “Final Fantasy VII: Machinabridged”, ScrewAttack’s “DEATH BATTLE” as the Yellow Power Ranger, and the main protagonist Eris in “Gods’ School”. On top of voice acting, Morgan is a professional recording artist and YouTube Personality under the name “The Unknown Songbird” with over 7 Million views in total. As a professional singer, she has performed at many prolific arenas including the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the Toyota Center, the American Airlines Center, and Bass Hall.
Natalie Hoover is a voice actor who has done work for anime and video games that you love! She made her anime debut in the hit series Sword Art Online as Yolko that aired on Toonami. Well known roles include Sonia Nevermind from the acclaimed title Danganropa 2:Goodbye Despair, Tsukino in SHOW BY ROCK!!, Tiara in Fairy Fencer F, Nana Sakurai in Prince of Stride, Ayn Felice in Tales of Zestiria. Currently, she can be heard in Funimation Broadcast Dubs as Arisa Ahokainen in Akiba’s Trip, Lily in Handshakers, Tsukino in Show By Rock!! along with many other exciting titles available to watch online.
To learn more about Natalie, visit her at www.nataliehoover.com or follow her Twitter (@NatalieHooverVO)!
Mallorie Rodak is an American voice actress who has appeared in over 100 shows, movies, animation, and video games. She was nominated for Breakthrough Voice Actress of the Year in 2014 by Behind the Voice Actors.
Mallorie’s best-known anime voices include Yukino (Fairy Tail), Yumi (Senran Kagura), Yuki Mori (Star Blazers), High Elf Archer (Goblin Slayer), Solution Epsilon (Overlord), Nebra Silva (Black Clover), Rossweisse (High School DXD), Great Sage (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime), Turquoise (Dr. Stone), Prince of Wales (Azur Lane), Finè (Izetta), Orsola (A Certain Magical Index II), Kyoh Goshoin (Netoge), and Sayuki (Hensuki).
Other notable roles: Enishida (One Piece), Kinuha (Noragami), Queen (Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka), Carmilla Vanstein (Kemono Michi), Akimoto Senpai (Fruits Basket), Lasithi (Dimension W), Utako (Hinamatsuri), Adrian Andrews (Ace Attorney), Kotoe Kinukawa (Boogiepop), Miyuki Kujou (Shomin Sample), Mayumi (MIX), Yamato Toune (Ultimate Otaku Teacher), Minami (Tokyo ESP), Nishiki (Miss Caretaker of Sunohara), and Black Lizard (Rampo Kitan).
And if for some reason you didn’t catch any of those titles, her other voice acting credits include over 75 more anime shows and movies, including My Hero Academia, Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On, Tokyo Ghoul, Assassination Classroom, Ragnarok the Animation, Date A Live, Seraph of the End, Radiant, Kantai Collection, Darling in the Franxx, Nichijou, Cardcaptor Sakura, Garo: Vanishing Line, SSSS.Gridman, Love Live! Sunshine!!, Keijo!!!!!!!!, Fairy Gone, Tales of Zestiria the X, Afterlost, Divine Gate, Angels of Death, Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest, Barakamon, Heavy Object, Endro!, Stars Align, and Pop Team Epic, to name a few.
Outside of the wonderful world of anime, you can hear Mallorie as the voice of Da Ji in the video game Smite, Alicia in the game Dawnstar, and Agatha on the DnD podcast The Dungeon Booth.
Over the past decade, you may have heard Mallorie’s voice on hundreds of TV and radio commercials for brands like Pizza Hut, Jeep, Dish Network, Metro PCS, Ram Trucks, Albertsons, and more. One of Mallorie’s audiobook narrations for “True Crime from Texas Monthly” was named one of 2018’s Best Nonfiction Audiobooks by Library Journal.
Out of the booth and in front of the camera, Mallorie’s resume includes co-starring in an episode of The Long Road Home miniseries (National Geographic), as well as credits in The Vast of Night (Amazon Prime), GCB (ABC), Lone Star (Fox), and Chase (NBC/Jerry Bruckheimer), among other titles.
Mallorie has been acting and singing across the Midwest since she was a young girl. She holds a Master’s degree from Meadows School of the Arts at SMU in Dallas, TX, and two Bachelor degrees from Drury University in Springfield, MO, where she studied acting with Tony-nominated actor Robert Westenberg.
Follow Mallorie at @mall0rie on Twitter and @mmmallorie on Instagram. Can’t wait to meet you at a convention!
“Marissa Lenti is a voice actress who you can hear in anime roles like Cocotte in Dragon Ball Super, Libra in Fairy Tail, Gray Wolf in Kemono Friends, Momoko Hyakushiki & Kuu in NANBAKA, Chiaki Hoshinomori in Gamers!, Mistress Sadie in One Piece, Ilse Langnar in Attack on Titan: Junior High, Saeko Nogami in City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes, and Alicia Florence in Aria the Animation, among others! She’s also appeared in many video games, like as the playable character Moze in the newly released Borderlands 3, as well as Brawl Stars, SMITE, Yandere Simulator, Huniepop 2, A Hat In Time, My Tamagotchi Forever, and more.
When she’s not acting, she’s casting & directing for Sound Cadence Studios, with some of her recent projects being directing the English dubs of the anime Kemono Friends, B’t X, This Boy Is A Professional Wizard, and This Boy Suffers From Crystallization, as well as casting for Rooster Teeth’s RWBY, gen:LOCK, Red vs Blue, Nomad of Nowhere, and Camp Camp. She’s also an ADR Writer, providing the scripts for Kemono Friends, Bloom Into You, Tada Never Falls In Love, City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes, and Love Stage!!! to name a few. To learn more about Marissa, check out her website at www.MarissaLenti.com or follow her on Twitter or Instagram (@MarissaLenti)!”
Alex Moore is a Voice Actor with FUNimation. Her wide vocal range and extensive theatrical training and education make her an asset in the booth. Her credits to date include Suzuno (The Devil is a Part-Timer!), Lola (One Piece), Agnese Sanctis (A Certain Magical Index), and Flare Corona (Fairy Tail). Her most recent stand-out roles include Mitsuba Sangu (Seraph of the End), Rin Rokudo (Keijo!!!) and Nono Kurusu (Chaos; Child).
You can keep up with Alex and her brand of hijinkery on Twitter @plus3toogres and her website at alexmooreactor.com
Sometime during the senior year of high school, Kimlinh Tran decided to job shadow a voice actor for her senior project, a curriculum centered around job exploration. Inspired by the performance she witnessed during the recording session, she did everything she could to become a voice actress and work her way back into the booth. Throughout her time at Moorpark College and while studying for her screenwriting degree at California State University of Northridge, she slowly but surely made a name for herself among animators, independent game developers, and other content creators.
Her more notable credits include Fidget in “Dust: An Elysian Tail”, Ms. Fortune and Robo-Fortune in “Skullgirls”, Snip and Clip in “Snipperclips”, Queen Serecta, Ven, Lightningbringer, and Penitent Lodestone in “Heroes of Newerth”, tons of different characters across “Monster Strike”, “Stick It To The Man”, “Zombie Vikings”, and “DreadOut”, and additional voices in anime like “K-ON!”, “Juden Chan: Recharged”, “Rio: Rainbow Gate”, “Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan”, “Squid Girl”, “Toradora”, and “Tweeny Witches”. A highly anticipated upcoming role includes Bliss Barson in “Cryamore”. She has helped cast video games like “Phantom Pharoah’s Treasure Trap” for Adult Swim Games, “Haunt the House: Terrortown” for PlayStation Mobile, now available on PC and Mac, and “Galactic Phantasy Prelude” for the iOS. She provided the creature vocal effects for Beopup the Fox in “Kagemono: The Shadow Folk”, animated by Sabrina Cotugno, who has worked at Pixar, Walt Disney Studios, and Disney Television Animation, the Cat Witch in “Potion Shop”, animated by Temmie Chang of “Undertale” fame, and the Hen in “Bye Bye Bunny”, a Supinfocom animation. She has voice matched for Rarity and Princess Luna in various apps officially licensed under Hasbro.
She has over 200 released online projects and credits under her belt, and longtime followers of her work may recognize her as Chi-Chi in “Team Four Star’s Dragonball Z Abridged”, Mikasa in “Team Four Star’s Attack on Titan Abridged”, Amanda in “Sanity Not Included”, Granda in “TOME: Terrain of Magical Expertise”, Nanako in Sapphire’s “Persona 4 Hiimdaisy Comic Dub”, and Scootaloo in “SWAG.MOV”. At the moment, when she isn’t voice acting, she’s drawing or working on creating her first video game as a co-creative director. She loves animals, especially the cute ones that make her hsdfkjjkfdbjuhajfkhs, and loves learning about animation and video games.