Christopher Sabat was born on April 22, 1973 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA as Christopher Robin Sabat. He is an actor and producer, known for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (2013), Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection “F” (2015) and Dragon Ball Z (1996). He has been married to Tabitha Ann Drysdale since August 2008. They have two children.
Daman Mills is a voice actor and ADR director working in anime and video games. He’s best known as one of the voices of Friezain the Dragon Ball Z franchise (select titles) as well as Monaka, Weiss the Immaculate in Final Fantasy VII: Remake, Cherry Blossom in SK8 the Infinity, N in Pokémon Masters, Titus in Borderlands 3, Hamon and the Narrator in Monster Hunter Rise, Mustard, Moonfish and High-End in My Hero Academia, Douglas Bullet in One Piece Stampede, Kai in Beastars, Kaworu Nagisa in the Evangelion Rebuild Films (Amazon dub), Jyugo in Nanbaka, Galle in Fire Emblem: Heroes, Leonardo Lionheartin RWBY, Chika Kudo in Kono Oto Tomare: Sounds of Life, Secutor Mevix in World of Warcraft, Ginshi Shirazu in Tokyo Ghoul:re, Yzak Joule in Mobile Suit Gundam: SEED, Shintaro Midorima in Kuroko’s Basketball, and many more!
As a voice director, he’s worked titles like Suppose a Kid from the Last Dungeon Boonies moved to a Starter Town? and Full Dive RPG.
Debi Derryberry, is best known for voicing Jimmy Neutron in the Academy Award-nominated film Jimmy Neutron-Boy Genius. She also stars in Adult Swim’s Tigtone as the voice of Helpy. In Netflix’s Emmy Nominated F is For Family Debi voices Maureen, Philip, Bridget, Scott, Beatrice the Nurse and Kenny. Other voice-over work includes Draculaura in Monster High and work in Toy Story, Curious George and Crash Bandicoot.
Her TikTok page has over 800K Followers and 15.5 Million likes!
Raised in Indio, CA, she graduated UCLA as a pre-med student. After 3 years in Nashville as a country music singer/writer, she returned to Los Angeles to launch her voice-over career. Debi has written and recorded 3 award-winning pre-school music albums. Her song “Baby Banana” hit #1 on Sirius/XM Kid.
Voted LA’s #1 Voice-over coach by Backstage West, Debi has also written the popular “Voice-Over 101: How to Succeed as a Voice Actor.”
After almost 30 years and nearly 300 Imdb credits, Debi is one of Hollywood’s most active and sought-after voice-over artists.
ELIZABETH MAXWELL is an accomplished actress, award-winning voice over artist, and life- long lover of all things geek.
She made her debut in the dubbing world on the hit anime series Attack on Titan (Ymir) and soon after took on the most recent incarnation of The Major in Ghost in the Shell: Arise (Motoko Kusanagi). Other popular anime titles include Dragon Ball Super (Caulifla/Kefla), My Hero Academia (Midnight), Overlord (Albedo), Noragami (Bishamon), and Fruits Basket (Arisa Uotani), among many others.
Elizabeth has also lent her voice to a number of Rooster Teeth’s most popular 2D shows, such as RWBY (Winter Schnee) and Camp Camp (Nikki).
She has also worked extensively in video games, most recently in Nintendo’s highly lauded The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Urbosa/Riju). Other notable titles include Atlus’s Persona 5 (Sae Niijima), miHoYo’s Genshin Impact (Rosaria), and Ryu Ga Gotoku’s Yakuza: Like A Dragon (Saeko).
When she’s not behind a camera or mic, Elizabeth enjoys super hero training (aka kickboxing and stunt fighting), watching John Carpenter and Miyazaki movies, reading fantasy novels,
playing RPGs, and planning for the zombie apocalypse.!
For a full list of credits, visit www.imdb.me/elizabethmaxwell. For the most up-to-date news and announcements, check out Twitter (@AboutElizabethM), Instagram (@elizabethmaxwell), and TikTok (@realelizabethmaxwell).
E. (Ernesto) Jason Liebrecht has been working as an actor & performing artist based in Austin, TX for well over a decade. As a voice actor, he has voiced quite a range of characters; some favorites include (but are not limited to): Qrow in RWBY, Champa in Dragon Ball Super, Dabi in My Hero Academia, Beast Titan & Zeke in Attack on Titan, Yato in Noragami, Suwa in Orange, Dr. John Watson in Empire of Corpses, Souhei in Wolf Children, Takizawa in Eden of the East, Hei/BK201 in Darker Than Black, Principal Ench in Shin Chan, Lavi & Millenium Earl in D. Gray-man, Train in Black Cat, Luck in Baccano!, Syaoran in Tsubasa & Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Jeice in Dragon Ball Z Kai, Lucci in One Piece, Finnian in Black Butler & now Qrow in Rooster Teeth Animation’s RWBY.
In the realm of gaming, he can be heard as Champa & Tapion in the Dragon Ball Z game universe, Lo Wang in the Shadow Warrior games, Mordecai in Borderlands 2, 3 & The Pre-Sequel, Bane, Hawkman & Eclipso in DC Universe & Abel in Street Fighter IV & X Tekken, among others…
Jason is also a long-time company member and collaborator with the Austin-based devised/experimental theatre company, the Rude Mechs, and has travelled extensively with their original productions. Highlights include the Lincoln Center commissioned piece, Stop Hitting Yourself, several collaborative development processes while in residence at Yale University (including The Method Gun and Now Now Oh Now), and most recently in Austin as the titular character in their profane adaptation, Fixing King John.
Additionally, he has a number of on-camera credits in independent projects and network television, including supporting roles in Richard Linklater’s Waking Life & Everybody Wants Some, NBC’s Revolution and Chase, USA Network’s Queen of the South, John Ridley’s American Crime, Rooster Teeth’s Day 5, AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead & the final season of The Son, as well as the lead role in the indie feature Rearview Cataclysm, set to hit the festival circuit in late 2021.
Leah Clark is an American voice actor and Funimation Staff Script writer.
Recently/Currently she can be heard in My Hero Academia (Himiko Toga); Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season II (Kobayashi); How Not to Summon a Demon Lord Season II (Sylvie); Fruits Basket (Megumi); Wondering Witch (Sheila); and Dragonball Super (Ogma)
Memorable titles and roles include Soul Eater (Blair); Fairy Tail/Fairy Tail Zero (Mavis); Dragonball GT (Maron); Pokémon the Movie: Black – Victini and Reshiram (Carlita) and Pokémon the Movie: White – Victini and Zekrom (Carlita); One Piece (Coby/Miss Doublefinger); HighSchool DXD Hero (Asia); Darling in the Franxx (Ikuno); Murmur (Future Diary); How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord (Sylvie); Baka and Test (Minami); Assassination Classroom (Kanzaki); Yuri On Ice (Mari); Nichijou-My Ordinary Life (Mio); Rosario + Vampire (Ruby); How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift (Tachibana, and script writer); Negima (Nodoka); Eden Of This East (Saki); Deadman Wonderland (Minatsuki/Hummingbird); Aria the Scarlet Ammo AA (Aria); Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie – Conqueror of Shamballa (Noah); A Certain Magical Index (Frenda); Sargent Frog (Fuyuki); Suzuka (Suzuka);
Marvin “Krondon” Jones currently stars in the CW’s BLACK LIGHTNING, portraying “Tobias Whale,” a crime boss and lead villain. The role marks Jones’ transition into acting, as he is also a solo rapper and Strong Arm Steady (SAS) front man. With the moniker Krondon (KRNDN), Jones recently released his impressive independent project “Everything’s Nothing,” which features standout tracks “7 Eleven” and “Lean On Me,” capturing the essence of the West Coast with his “feel good” records. Apart from his work with SAS, the Cali rapper has written for a number of artists, including Snoop Dogg, Dr Dre and Xzibit. In 2003, he released a successful collection of cuts independently, entitled “The Beginning Of.” Krondon has set himself apart in the rap game from more than his lyricism alone. Marvin has also ventured into feature animation and will next be heard portraying “Tombstone” in Sony’s, SPIDER- MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE. His unique voice and dynamic look has helped him to create a lane all his own.
Ming-Na first won attention with her touching and critically acclaimed performance as June in the feature film THE JOY LUCK CLUB. But she is most noted for her portrayal of Dr. Jing-Mei Chen on the hit show ER. Other series have included SGU STARGATE UNIVERSE and EUREKA.
Ming-Na received the first contract role for an Asian-American actor in a daytime drama when she won the part of Lien Hughes on “As the World Turns.” Other television credits include “Law and Order SVU,” “Boston Legal,” “The George Lopez Show,” “Private Practice,” and “Two and a Half Men.”
The diverse actress proved she was able to play more than the gentle wallflower June in “The Joy Luck Club,” when she tackled the roles of Chun-Li, the butt-kicking female lead in “Streetfighter”; and as the sex-hungry wife Mimi in director Mike Figgis’ film “One Night Stand.”
Ming-Na is proud to be the title voice of “Mulan,” Disney’s animated feature (for which she won an Annie Award) as well as the lead voice of Aki Ross in the stunning CGI animated film “Final Fantasy.” The talented actress has also has lent her voice for the shows Phineus and Ferb and Ni Hao Kai Lan; as well as documentaries and children’s books.
Ming can currently be seen as one of the leads of Joss Wehdon’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” on ABC. She will also be seen in the upcoming Blumhouse feature film 6 MIRANDA DRIVE opposite Kevin Bacon.
Ming-Na has been included in People magazine’s list of the 50 most beautiful people; was named one of the 100 most influential Asian Americans of the past decade by aMagazine; and was inducted into the Committee of 100. She cherishes her family time with her husband and their two children. She also enjoys painting, photography, scrap booking and decorating. Her birthday is November 20.
Sean Schemmel is a professional Voice Actor, ADR Director, Audio Engineer, and Musician. Since 1999 he has been the definitive English voice of Goku (as well as King Kai and Nail) from the internationally acclaimed anime Dragon Ball Z, as well as Dragon Ball Super, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball video games for all English speaking countries. A veritable vocal chameleon, Sean has provided voices for hundreds of animated characters over the past 20 years on many hit shows and video games spanning many different genres, including but not limited to; Pokemon, Sofia the First, Little Big Awesome, Super Smash Brothers, Tom and Jerry, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (4Kids Productions), Fallout 4, God of War, Batman, DC Super Hero Girls, Scooby Doo, Yu Gi Oh GX, DC Super Friends, and many many others. In his spare time he enjoys playing video games, canyon carving, and playing French Horn, Guitar, and Bass and reading. He lives in Los Angeles with his partner and their magical doggie. Who he swears is psychic.
Susan Egan is best known to animation fans as “Rose Quartz/Pink Diamond” on Cartoon Network’s hit Steven Universe, sassy “Megara” in Disney’s Hercules, “Lin” in the Academy Award-winning Spirited Away, “Gina” in Porco Rosso, “Angel” in Lady and the Tramp II, and more. As a Broadway actress, she received Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations for “Best Actress” as Broadway’s original “Belle” in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, headlined as Thoroughly Modern Millie, won critical acclaim as “Sally Bowles” in Cabaret, originated the leading roles in Triumph of Love and State Fair, and starred alongside Carol Burnett in Putting It Together at the Mark Taper Forum and Tommy Tune in the national tour of Bye, Bye Birdie. She’s been seen on film in 13 Going on 30, Gotta Kick It Up for the Disney Channel, and many award-winning indies, as well as spent two seasons on WB’s Nikki and guest-starred on Modern Family, House, Numbers, NYPD Blue, Arli$$, Drew Carey, Party of Five, Great Performances, and others. Egan has over 400 solo concert credits with symphonies worldwide, including concerts at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the Hollywood Bowl, and has more than 40 recordings credits with 7 solo CDs. In 2018, Egan formed a company with fellow Broadway stars Laura Osnes, Courtney Reed, and musical director Benjamin Rauhala – they are currently touring their award-winning concert, Broadway Princess Party, reaching theatre and cosplaying fans worldwide.
Usman Ally is an Obie Award winning actor based in Los Angeles. He has worked extensively in film, television, theatre and video game voice over.
His theatre credits include the lead role in the world premiere production of Disgraced, which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize, The Invisible Hand (for which Ally received an Obie, Drama League Honor, and a Lucille Lortel Nomination for Best Actor), The Jungle Book (for which he received multiple awards), Metamorphoses, Arabian Nights, Tracy Lett’s adaptation of Three Sisters at Steppenwolf, and The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity which he originated and went on to becoming a Pulitzer finalist, among others.
On television, he is most well known for season 6 of Veep as the love interest of Selina Meyer (SAGAFTRA Best Ensemble), the Hook Handed Man in the critically acclaimed A Series of Unfortunate Events, as well as memorable roles in Suits, 68 Whiskey, On Becoming A God in Central Florida, Better Things, Nobodies, Damages and many more. His film credits include the critically acclaimed The Hunt and the upcoming Melissa McCarthy film, Superintelligence.
In the video game voiceover world, Ally has lent his voice to lead villains in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and as MODOK in the Avengers game, along with several others.
He has an MFA in Acting from the University of Florida, and a BA in Theatre and Cultural Anthropology from Lewis and Clark College.
Awards Obie Award for Outstanding Performance 2015 (The Invisible Hand) Best Actor in a Musical. 2014 Irne Award. (The Jungle Book) Nomination for Best Actor 2012 Joseph Jefferson Awards (Disgraced) Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actor 2015 Lucille Lortel Awards (The Invisible Hand) Nomination for Distinguished Performance by a Lead Actor 2015 Drama League Awards (The Invisible Hand)