LOTS of cussing… Because, you know, That Anime Show.
LOTS of cussing… Because, you know, That Anime Show.
Last bottle reference, promise.
Terri, Tatum, & Stephen (aka The TAS Crew) are saying goodbye the only way they know how… Prepare for the longest, possibly most awkward/random, episode in the show’s history.
Austin Tindle is a writer and actor living in Dallas, Texas. He was born in Orlando, Florida, raised in Austin, Texas and attended UTD on academic scholarship, where he almost became an Electrical Engineer. At 19 he was cast as Romeo and changed majors the same day. You may have seen him around Dallas at Kitchendog Theatre, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three, Stage West, Shakespeare Dallas, Project X, Second Thought Theatre, Nouveau 47, Upstart Theatre, and many others. Or maybe you saw the awesome film “Inventors and Vendors”; buy your DVD today! But he’s probably most well-known for his work with Funimation Studios, where he has voiced many characters including Ayumu Aikawa in “Is this a Zombie?”, Accelerator in “A Certain Magical Index”, Kunihito Kusanagi in “Shangri-La”, and Shu Ouma in “Guilty Crown”. And Austin has been a proud member of the Couchsurfing community since 2011. He just really loves couches.
By all accounts, Jeremy Inman is a mere mortal. But if the rumors are to be believed, Sir Inman is something far more awesome than your average human being, a manicorn perhaps.The Master of Awe (aka Lord Awesome) has been voicing some of your favorite and not-so-favorite characters for the past several years. Roles worthy of note? All of them. Duh. End of bio.
Anthony Bowling is a graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington with a degree in theatre performance. He has been a voice talent for Funimation Entertainment since 2004 appearing in numerous Anime shows featured on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and The Independant Film Channel. Some of his featured roles have been Ukyo on Samurai 7, Shin Fukuhara in Baka and Test, Chimp in My Bride is a Mermaid and Orito in Is this a Zombie?. Anthony can also be seen as a performer in Ft. Worth’s longest running and award winning improv comedy show “Four Day Weekend”.
Jād Saxton has been acting and singing for Funimation Entertainment consistently for 6 years – singing is what actually landed her her first role in an Anime in “Sasami: Magical Girls Club.” After doing bits for “Sasami” and “Hell Girl” she landed her first major role as Masako Hara in “Ghost Hunt.” She then went on to voice Eve Genoard in “Baccano!,” Perrine-H. Clostermann in seasons 1 and 2 of “Strike Witches,” and Jacqueline O. Lantern Dupré in “Soul Eater.”
Most recently announced releases include: “Toriko” as Yun, “A Certain Scientific Railgun” as Komoe, “Tenchi Muyo! War On Geminar” as Lashara Earth, “Steins;Gate” as Faris Nyannyan, “Mass Effect: Paragon Lost (movie)” as April, “Is This a Zombie?” as Haruna, “Shangri-La” as Karin Ishida/Pudding, “A Certain Magical Index” as Komoe, “Aria The Scarlet Amo” as Reki, “B Gata H Kei – Yamada’s First Time” as Mayu Miyano, “Freezing” as Arnett McMillan, “Okami-san & Her Seven Companions” as Mimi Usami, “Fafner: Dead Agressor: Heaven and Earth (movie)” as Seri Tatekami, and “Shiki” as Yuki Shiomi.
She can also be heard in: Bamboo Blade, Hero Tales, Kaze no Stigma, Dragonaut-The Resonance, Ga-Rei: Zero, Ouran High School Host Club, Fairy Tail, Shin Chan, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Birdy the Mighty Decode, Blassreiter, Chrome Shelled Regios, Darker than Black, The Legend of the Legendary Heroes, Eden of the East: Paradise Lost, Jyu Oh Sei, Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry and Black Butler.
Jād has also been singing and acting for stage since she was 4-years-old. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts, Music (vocal performance) in 2005.
When Jād isn’t voicing toons, she can be seen playing on stage at various theaters throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth region. Jād loves the wisdom and wit of Dr. Seuss and A.A. Milene, the melodic fantasy of The Beatles, tattoos (though she only has 3 – one is a Beatles lyric), the majesty of whales, gnomes, pandas, Adventure Time, foxes, dinosaurs, and above all – anything Harry Potter related (she even named her cat Granger aka Grangie-the-poof)!
To keep up with Jād, please visit “Jad Saxton Voice Actress” on Facebook, www.facebook.com/jadsaxton AND “Jad Saxton” on Twitter. www.twitter.com/jadbsaxton
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.
In his current role at FUNimation Entertainment – North America’s leading distributor of anime – Justin Rojas works to strategize promotions for hundreds of titles from Fullmetal Alchemist to Dragon Ball Z. In addition to creating FUNimation’s social presence, he publicly represents the company both online and in person. You may recognize Justin from various FUNimation videos and events, as well as seeing his oddly enlarged head on FUNimation’s S.A.V.E. advertising campaign. His role allows him to interact with hundreds of thousands of fans every day as he strives to build strong relationships with both consumers and other companies like Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, Capcom, BioWare, Sega, MTV, Microsoft, and Sony.