Kristi Kang (formerly Kristi Bingham) is a graduate of UT Arlington with a passion for teaching yoga, painting, listening to and creating good music, voice acting, reading and playing with her awesome Greyhound. She can be heard as the voices of Kyoko Kanejo in B Gata H Kei – Yamada’s First Time, Levy McGarden in Fairy Tail, Shouko Uemura in Rideback, and Miharu Shimizu in Baka and Test. Kristi pretty much loves life and recently discovered she also likes tomatoes and ice cream (but not together).
A relative new-comer to the Voice Acting community, Tyson has appeared as hacker extraordinaire “Itaru ‘Daru’ Hashida” in Steins;Gate. Other notable roles Tyson has played (and that have been announced) include “Byard” from Fairy Tail, “Nozomu Tamaki” in Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Bobby” in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and the Head-Irish-Thief-That-Throws-Dynamite in episode 10 of Black Butler. Tyson has played additional roles in such shows as: Baka and Test, Black Butler (I & II), Darker than Black, Deadman Wonderland, Hetalia, a guy getting his face stepped on in Sengoku Basara, and in Rosario + Vampire Tyson voiced a guy looking up the skirt of an anime resin statue.
As a Musician, Tyson provides rhythm guitar and vocals in the punk bands The Tommyguns, and Bullet Machine. He is a vocalist and harmonica player in Blues-Rock influenced Smokestack Lightning.
Raised on a steady diet of Bob Saget, Anton Chekhov, Journey and Mentos, Jamie Marchi has been making fresh and acting professionally for a number of years, which, in the interest of national security, shall not be disclosed at this time.
Some of her other more popular voice acting roles are from Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt (Panty), Witchblade (Masane), Hetalia (Narrator), Soul Eater (Liz), Sgt. Frog (Aki), Shin Chan (Miss Polly), YuYu Hakusho (Juri), Fruits Basket (Motoko), Black Cat (Rinslet), Spice and Wolf (Chloe), Rin (Mimi), Blassreiter (Amanda), Negima (Haruna), Burst Angel (Meg), Claymore (Helen), One Piece (Miss Valentine), Ouran (Chizuru), FMA(s) (Rebecca, Rick), Strike Witches (Shirley), Freezing (Rana), Rosario + Vampire (Ms. Nekonome), Sekirei (Uzume), Legend of the Legendary Heroes (Milk), Sengoku Basara (Matsu), Baka and Test (Shouko), as well as the unforgettable Mikako Satsukitane in Heaven’s Lost Property. Jamie’s behind the scene experience whipping out script adaptations include: Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, Hetalia, Spice and Wolf, Sgt. Frog, Yamada’s First Time, Baka and Test, Okamisan, Oh! Edo Rocket, Strike Witches, and Negima?! amongst others. She’s also directed Hetalia (Season 3), Spice and Wolf, Sgt. Frog and Negima?!.
In her spare time, Jamie enjoys theatre, 80s music, dancing, running, football, spending time with people who don’t suck, anything cheese or Gummi related, making fun of people who are taking long walks on the beach, and generally just being a redhead. Born in Knoxville but never considering herself a Knoxvillian, she now resides in Dallas after majoring in Theater and minoring in fashion and espionage at the University of Oklahoma (Boomer Sooner!).
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The return of a fan favorite, homages to classic films, the most random of randomness That Anime Show has EVER DONE. And that’s saying something.
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If, let’s say, as a college student, the voice of Vegeta asks you to jump into the booth
to voice a character with one line, you should probably do it. That’s what Ian Sinclair
did, and look at him now. He is, as they say, making paper. They try to give him
money, but he keeps insisting on paper.
Recently announced as Chuck in Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, a few of Ian’s
most popular roles are Ryner Lute in Legend of the Legendary Heroes, Bardroy in
Black Butler, Romano in Hetalia, and Shu in Princess Jellyfish. Previously, his voice
had a talent for showing up as characters in three categories: The Good, The Bad,
and The Buddy. They are as follows:
The Goodies: Toraji in Bamboo Blade, Liam in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and
The Baddies: Dallas in Baccano, Bora in Fairy Tail, Ian in One Piece, Shogo in Rin:
Daughters of Mnemosyne, Zaki in Claymore, Toyama in Oh! Edo Rocket, Haruki in
Master of Martial Hearts, Douglas and Steve in El Cazador de la Bruja, Shiro in
Okami-san, and Nakajima in Linebarrels of Iron, amongst others.
The Buddies: Daisuke Matsuo in Yamada’s First Time, Marc in Spice and Wolf II, Seo
in Sekirei, Ginei Morioka in Rosario + Vampire, Hasegawa in Baka and Test, Takamy
in Fractale, and Akoz in Casshern Sins.
Please do not allow his multitude of Baddies to make you think he is, in fact, a
Baddie. Of course, those are words only a Baddie would say, but whether or not you
believe him is completely your decision.
Additionally, Ian can be heard as the voice of Baron Flynt in the video game
Borderlands (also a Baddie, btw), and as the “Cool” custom hero voice in Dragon
Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi. Ian has worked as a director on Initial D, Spice and Wolf
II, both seasons of Black Butler, and a few others he can’t talk about… yet. Insert evil
For more than a decade, anime has had a fan in Ryan Reynolds. Needless to say, when she got the opportunity to do some voice work at Funimation Entertainment it was like a dream come true for her. Ryan’s big break came when she was given the chance to voice Latvia in a little show called Hetalia – Axis Powers. Since then she has voiced such characters as Amarty in the second season of Spice & Wolf, the younger version of Gray Fullbuster in Fairy Tail, Rin Nakai in Heaven’s Lost Property Forte, Kazuya in Okamisan & Her Seven Companions, and Yoshiko Mikami in Baka & Test: Summon the Beasts. Along with voice acting, Ryan also works as a Graphic Designer for a very reputable ad agency in Dallas and she recently earned a degree in Theater from Northwestern State University.
Despite being a professional writer, Apphia Yu struggles with writing biographies for herself. It might be because she doesn’t like writing about herself in third person. Here’s a list of things she DOES like: kendo, sunsets, and eating free samples of food. As head of sakevisual, she wrote and produced the visual novels RE: Alistair++, Jisei, Kansei, and Ripples. Her voice credits include Laki in Fairy Tail, Mikuni in Shangri La, Gumogumo in Sgt. Frog, and that one kid who showed up for three frames in Black Butler. You should go listen to them
Tyler Walker is an ADR director, line producer, script writer and voice actor for FUNimation Entertainment. A native of East Texas, he grew up spending equal time playing in the woods, playing video games, and watching cartoons like Scooby Doo, Superfriends, Star Blazers, and Battle of the Planets.
After graduating from the University of North Texas with a BA in Radio, Television, and Film, he spent time playing in bands and eventually started working as an ADR engineer and production assistant at Funimation in 2002. A bit of trivia: His former band, The Pointy Shoe Factory, had three songs featured in Dragon Ball Z Movie Eight: Broly, The Legendary Super Saiyan.
Since then, he has worked as ADR director on more than three hundred episodes of such series as Baccano!, Ghost Hunt, Basilisk, Black Cat, Blassreiter, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom, Hell Girl, Fairy Tail, and most recently finished directing Shangri-La. In addition to directing and producing, he has also written over to fifty scripts for titles such as Bamboo Blade, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom, Hero Tales, Fairy Tail and Shangri-La.
When he’s not at the FUNimation studios, Tyler plays drums, produces music, and he and his wife still find time to play in the woods with their three dogs.