We want to thank everyone the guests vendors staff and the incredible attendees that came out to give our Digimon Cast reunion so much love this Sunday. Everyone had a really great time. Our next event is Robo Toy Fest Toy Show with the Pasadena G.I>Joe Show June 11th Pasadena Convention Center. With some special guests and exclusives you will not want to miss it.
Lex Lang is an American voice actor and voice director, who has provided voices and served as a director for a number of animations and video games. He is best known for voicing Doctor Neo Cortex in the Crash Bandicoot series and Goemon Ishikawa in Lupin the Third.
Digimon – Cyberdramon, WarGreymon, Omnimon, Rapidmon, and others
Naruto – Teuchi, Tsubasa, Hayate Gekko, Jigumo Fuma,
Melissa Fahn’s career as an actor, singer and voiceover artist has been a versatile one!
She is an internationally renown voiceover artist, having voiced hundreds of characters, including BETTY BOOP, HELLO KITTY, BETTY RUBBLE, GAZ on Nickelodeon’s INVADER ZIM, EDWARD on COWBOY BEBOP, DENDY on Cartoon Network’s OK KO! LET’S BE HEROES, NEPTUNE/PURPLE HEART in the NEPTUNIA video games and series, RIDER on FATE STAY NIGHT, CHLOE on GLITTER SQUAD, RIKA on DIGIMON TAMERS, TACHIKOMA on GHOST IN THE SHELL, DUUSU on MIRACULOUS: TALES OF LADYBUG & CAT NOIR, NINAMORI on FOOLY COOLY, HARUKA on NOEN, NENE on DIGIMON FUSION, KRISTY on DIGIMON DATA SQUAD, TIA on ZATCH BELL, BOUQUET on BLUE DRAGON, and countless more, including dozens of video games. She has voiced campaigns for McDonalds, Charmin, Lexus, Vons, NBC Saturday Morning, and many others…as well as being a session singer for film, TV and radio for many years.
Melissa is also an accomplished stage, TV, and film performer. She was a member of the original Broadway cast of the smash musical WICKED and a featured vocalist on the Grammy-winning cast album, performed with the cast on the Tony Awards, Macy’s Day Parade and David Letterman Show, understudied Kristen Chenoweth as Glinda, and sang the role of Glinda at the WICKED – BROADWAY IN BRYANT PARK concert. Her affiliation with WICKED continued in the record-breaking Los Angeles cast, where she understudied and performed the role of Glinda to great acclaim. She has performed in countless regional, national and international theatrical productions as well. On the small screen, she is best known for playing Esmerelda on the NBC soap PASSIONS. On the big screen, Melissa stars in the romantic comedy, TICK TOCK BOOM CLAP.
Her debut album, AVIGNON, features her singing in an intimate, jazz style. The highly personal album has been described as “Norah Jones singing with Sting and Steely Dan”. She’s performed material from the album at the star-studded HOLLYWOOD ART 4 LIFE benefits, the 88’S CABARET series in Hollywood, Tangier, Room 5 and many venues throughout Southern California, as well, in her one woman show “GROWN UP GIRL” at The Federal. The album is available on CD Baby, Amazon, and iTunes…and continuously attracts fans across the globe!
Digimon Tamers – Rika Nonaka / Sakuyamon
Digimon Frontier – Narrator
Digimon Data Squad – Kristy Damon
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations – Himawari Uzumaki
Cowboy Bebop – Edward
Guyver OVAs – Mizuki Segawa
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket – Dorothy
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series – Tachikoma
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean The Green Baby
Brian Beacock is an American actor and voice actor who is best known for his work in anime and video games. He has provided voices for a wide range of characters in numerous anime series, including “Naruto,” “Bleach,” “Death Note,” “One Piece,” “Soul Eater,” “Attack on Titan,” “Fullmetal Alchemist,” and “My Hero Academia.”
In addition to his work in anime, Beacock has also lent his voice to a number of video games, including “Xenoblade Chronicles,” “Dragon’s Dogma,” “Final Fantasy XV,” “Tales of Berseria,” and “Persona 5.”
Outside of voice acting, Beacock is also an accomplished stage actor, and has appeared in a number of stage productions in the Los Angeles area. He is also an experienced singer and musician, and has performed in a number of musicals and stage productions
Bleach – Yumichika Ayasegawa
Digimon Tamers – Takato Matsuki, Gallantmon Gallantmon Crimson Mode(shared with Steve Blum)
Digimon Frontier – Narrator (Replaced the Original Melissa Fahn Episode 43-50)/Bokomon
Digimon Fusion – Gravimon
Digimon Data Squad – Agumon/GeoGreymon/RizeGreymon/ShineGreymon
Digimon World Data Squad – Agumon/GeoGreymon, RiseGreymon
Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers – Takato Matsuda
Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon – Takato Matsuda
Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon – Bokomon
Dragon Ball Super – Krillin (Bang Zoom! Dub)
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable – Shigekiyo “Shigechi” Yangu
Naruto – Yashamaru, Sakon and Ukon, White Zetsu, Additional Voices
Naruto: Shippuden – Chōjūrō, Yashamaru, Sakon and Ukon
Paul St. Peter is an American voice actor, who has done almost everything. He voiced Punch in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, Mondego in Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Kurama in Naruto, Razor in Hunter × Hunter, Yammy in Bleach, Jorgun in Gurren Lagann, and Higa in Durarara!!, and can be heard as various Digimon (the most recognized being Leomon). Some of his notable roles in video games include: Xemnas in the Kingdom Hearts series and Yuan Shao in Dynasty Warriors. Not to mention a huge amount of Digimon.
Derek Stephen Prince is an American voice actor who has played various roles in the Digimon series, the voice of Elgar in the live-action Power Rangers Turbo, and Power Rangers in Space. In the world of anime, he played Keitaro Urashima in Love Hina, DemiDevimon and Piedmon in Digimon, Ken Ichijouji and Veemon in Digimon 02 and Impmon in Digimon Tamers, Uryū Ishida in Bleach, Iggy in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders and Shino Aburame in Naruto. In video games, he provides the voice of Vexen in the Kingdom Hearts series Derek has been part of the Voice123 roaster since September, 2008.
Neil Kaplan is an actor, known for Voltron: Legendary Defender , StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and Spider-Man 3. Not to mention Multiple Digimon Optimus Prime in Transformers Robots in disguise and Power Ranger.