Sean Chiplock is a professional voiceover artist who has been quickly moving his way further into the industry, voicing in projects across the board from video games, to anime, to name-brand commercials. Some of his recent roles include Revali, Teba and The Great Deku Tree in “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” Subaru in "Re:ZERO", Monotaro in "DanganRonpa V3", Yuki Mishima in "Persona 5", Santa in "Zero Escape: The Nonary Games", Rean Schwarzer in the “Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel” series of games, Navarre from “Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse,” Spade/Dail in “Freedom Planet 2,” and Rash in “Killer Instinct,” with many more “TBA” roles moving through the pipeline. Older roles included Zenke (Fairy Fencer F), Cassim (MAGI), Ozma and Gruda (YS: Memories of Celceta), and Kiyotaka Ishimaru (DanganRonpa). Outside of interactive media, he has also recorded for DISNEY-PIXAR CARS toy lines, and even performed as GameStop’s official “Voice of God” for their yearly conference.
When not tackling his freelance work, he often enjoys writing parody skits and songs based on his favorite games; several have been based off the popular indie game “Undertale”, including songs such as “Papyrus Makes a Mixtape” and “What’s Bonin’ On.” He also actively plays on the MMORPG “Tree of Savior,” switching between numerous different classes as he assists others with leveling their own. He currently resides in sunny California, battling traffic almost as often as he battles his animated rivals. Try that on his Mega Man in Smash 4.
Originally from Alaska, Kira Buckland got her start voice acting for online projects, and later moved on to voice a variety of roles in anime, most notably Umi in Love Live, Julis in The Asterisk War, Izumo in Blue Exorcist, Kuroyukihime in Accel World, Kogyoku in Magi, Zushi in Hunter x Hunter, Hydra Bell in Blood Lad, Kanae in 5 Centimeters Per Second, Mika in Durarara x2, Cookie and Eco in Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans, and Mimete in the new Sailor Moon dub. She was also featured in Miraculous Ladybug as Alix/Timebreaker. As an avid gamer, she is happy to have lent her voice to quite a few video games, including NieR: Automata (2B), Fire Emblem Heroes (Eirika), Street Fighter V (Falke), Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice (Trucy Wright), Tales of Zestiria (Edna), Danganronpa 2 (Hiyoko Saionji), Disgaea 5 (Seraphina), Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (Honoka), Skullgirls (Marie), Paladins (Evie), Trails of Cold Steel (Elise & Celine), Bravely Default (Artemia), Hyperdimension Neptunia V (Marvy), Castle Crashers (Princesses/Medusa), and many more. Not forgetting her Internet roots, she still provides voice work for popular projects such as Kou/Gou in 50% Off and Aerith in FF7 Machinabridged. Her addictions include cats, makeup, espresso, and classic rock. She also cosplays under the name “Lady Stardust”, and is a huge fan of the manga series “JoJo's Bizarre Adventure”.
Reuben Langdon is a Los Angeles-based Actor/Producer/Truth Seeker and one of Hollywood and Asia's most sought-after martial art/stuntmen. He is a co-founder, producer, and action director for Just Cause Productions, a motion capture company for various video games and a member of the martial art stunt team ZeroGravity. Reuben began his career in the Japanese superhero TV series B- Fighter Kabuto. He later worked alongside notable action stars Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung and also worked regularly as an actor and stuntman on multiple seasons of Power Rangers. He went on to do stunt work in multiple major films and TV Series such as Ant-Man, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Avatar, and Dexter.
Reuben has provided his voice, motion capture, and stunt work on a large number of video games. His work includes providing the voice and motion capture for Dante in Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4, Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, and Devil May Cry 5 as well as voicing Dante in Devil May Cry: The Animated Series, Marvel vs Capcom 3, and Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. His voice work also includes Date Masamune in Sengoku Basara 3, James in The Last of Us, and Ken Masters in Street Fighter IV, Street Fighter x Tekken, and Street Fighter V. He also provided motion capture and stunt coordination in works such as The Last of Us, Tomb Raider (2013), Batman Arkham Origins, Uncharted 3, Resident Evil CODE: Veronica, Resident Evil Outbreak, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6, and Resident Evil Vendetta. In live action video game shorts he also played Ken Masters in Street Fighter x Tekken: Devil Within and Edward Kenway in Assassin's Creed IV: Checkmate.
Jennifer Cihi has been performing since she was a young girl in San Francisco, California. Before reaching her teen years, she landed the role of Pepper in the Broadway National Tour of Annie. After establishing herself as a Broadway performer, she moved to Los Angeles, where she honed her skills as a professional singer. Without skipping a beat, Jennifer made the transition from stage to screen playing the lead singer on Nickelodeon’s hit TV show Roundhouse. Her most notable job was landing the role as the singing voice of the iconic anime character, Sailor Moon. She also sang for City Hunter and Princess Mononoke. If none of that rings a bell, she is also the voice behind the Hot Pockets commercials. Jennifer is currently living in Nashville, where she continues to sing professionally.
Jez Roth has won Best in Show 16 times with tailored costumes and heavily choreographed skits. He later worked with Cirque du Soleil’s water spectacular O building costumes. Since leaving Cirque, he currently works freelance out of his own studio – creating everything from mermaids that shoot water, Mirrorball Men, and Golden Fairies that contort through the air. He has designed for events with A-list celebrities such as Kim Kardiashian, Eva Langoria, Snoop Dogg, and others, with his jewelry even being worn on the red carpet at the Billboard Awards. He has represented the United States at the IOEA Otaku Expo in Japan as a Cosplay Guest and in Canada to choose the Canadian World Cosplay Summit representative for 2016. He shares unique events that educate and involve the community (such as Lip Sync For Your Cosplay and Project: COSPLAY) and has restructured and organized cosplay events for conventions in his goal to make the competition scene more mainstream.