Category Archive: 2010 Episodes

That Anime Show EP 9, “Stephanie Young”

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As an actress, Stephanie has appeared in numerous film, television, voice over, and national commercial/print projects. She is currently working on the exciting webisode series, created in a graphic novel style, Scout Six, where she plays the lead role of detective Scout Six! www.scoutsix.com .Stephanie is a two-time nominee for the Dallas Theatre League’s Leon Rabin Award for her work in the Dallas Theatre Community. She also collaborates, creates, and stirs up trouble with her husband’s production company, Blue Logic, a full service creative house specializing in CGI. As a singer/songwriter, Stephanie enjoys lending her signature, soulful vocals to the Dallas-based pop/jazz band, The Brehms (www.thebrehmsband.com). She is represented by The Horne Agency, and she lives in Dallas with her fabulous husband, along with their absolutely adorable shih-tzu, Lola Boo Brehm.

Stephanie Young has loved working with Funimation as a voice actress on the following titles:“Clare” in Claymore, “Nico Robin” in One Piece (new dub with FUNimation), “Junko” in Desert Punk, “Elfriede” in Moonphase, “Miranda Maverick” in Solty Rei, “Sophia” in Aquarion, “Kagero” in Basilisk, Blassreiter as “Sasha Jobson”, “Lecty Leque” in Heroic Age, “Flanca” in Gunslinger Girl, “Oruha” in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, “Nora” in Witchblade, “Echidna Parass” in Black Cat, “Nanako” in Crayon Shin-chan, “B.B.” in Glass Fleet, “Jane” in Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament, “Yahagi” in Mushi-shi, “Mana” in Negima, “Female Rogue” in Ragnarok, “Dr. Kozuki” in Rumbling Hearts, “Itoko Osakabe” in School Rumble, “Mireille” in Trinity Blood, “Aki Abe” in Hell Girl, “Reika Tachibana” in Balder Force Exe Resolution, “Xavier Tatum” in Shuffle, “Mrs. Tomita” in Kodocha, Hanahana in XXXholic, and “Shika” in Samurai 7. Her game credits include “Fiona” in Spike Out and “Selket” in Unreal Championship II, The Liandri Conflict. With Illumitoon, Stephanie recorded “Paf Shining” in AM Driver and “Karen” in B’tx.

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That Anime Show EP 8, “Maxey Whitehead”

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Maxey Whitehead was first cast by FUNimation Entertainment in 2008 to give life to the character of Antonio in Romeo X Juliet. Since then, Maxey has been fortunate to work on some amazing shows, such as Baccano! (Czeslaw Mayer), Soul Eater (Crona), and El Cazador de la Bruja (Ellis). In addition, Maxey is extremely honored to be the new voice of Alphonse Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

Outside of doing voice over, Maxey is also an accomplished stage actor and has appeared at theatres all over Dallas as well as on the East Coast.

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That Anime Show EP 7, “Micah Solusod”

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Years ago, on an island across the sea, an Asian boy with a ponytail wondered how he could bring his love for acting and interest for anime together. His wishing came to an end when he moved to TX to pursue a career in voice acting. In late 2009, he, whom we will refer to as Micah, debuted in ‘Blassreiter’ as Malek Werner. Since then, Micah has provided voices for characters such as the Newspaper Chief in ‘Sgt. Frog’, Reve Urshela in ‘Sands of Destruction’, and most recently Soul in ‘Soul Eater. He enjoys the simple things in life and has a very short attention sp

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That Anime Show EP 6, “Alexis Tipton”

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Touched by the world of theatre (standard and musical) since she was a small child, Alexis Tipton is excited to be a part of acting beyond the stage. She is currently pursuing a major in International Studies and a minor in Japanese at UNT. Already an active member of the cosplay community, where characters are given life through photography and costumes, Alexis is ecstatic to now have the ability to give them life through her voice. In November of 2008, she officially joined the world of voice acting and has recorded for such titles as Linebarrels of Iron (Emi Kizaki), Bamboo Blade (Yuuri Ando), Sgt Frog (Chiruyo Tsukigami), and more both announced and unannounced. Her ultimate wish is to be able to bring entertainment to persons everywhere, near and far!

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That Anime Show EP 5, “Anastasia Munoz”

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Stage and Voice Actress, Anastasia Munoz: Anastasia Munoz started doing walla and bit parts and has worked on several shows including Claymore, Sgt. Frog, Shinchan, D. Gray-man, and Bamboo Blade. She played Young Forte in Save Me Lollipop, Young Jacuzzi in Baccano!, and Mina-Dietlinde Wilcke in the soon to be released Strike Witches.

Anastasia was raised in Dallas, graduated from the University of Alabama with a BA in Theatre, and has since returned home to pursue her acting career. Anastasia spends most of her talents on stage. She has acted with Undermain Theater, Dallas Children’s Theater, Second Thought Theatre, Kitchen Dog Theater, Project X, Balanced Almond Productions at The Ochre House, Vox Effect, Shakespeare Dallas, Labyrinth Theater, Theatre Fusion, and Firebomb Productions. She is also one of the co-producers at Second Thought Theatre. She is really into theatre magic and will step into almost any role to make it possible including costume and makeup design to choreography. In her spare time she teaches arts programs at several schools across the metroplex.

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That Anime Show EP 4, “Tia Ballard”

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Voice Actress, Tia Ballard: Raised on generous helpings of Super Mario and Ren & Stimpy, Tia Ballard is a bubbly goofball who made her debut in February 2009. Since, she has played numerous roles including Rachel Calvin in ‘Linebarrels of Iron’, Ruon Kamiyama in ‘Rin’, and several others she can’t tell you about yet! She is currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Theatre Arts with an emphasis on the psychological detailing of fictional characters, and a minor in Communication studies (what a mouth full!). She has also worked for the Walt Disney Company. In her spare time Tia enjoys writing, video games, scary movies, cartoony hearts, and all manners of rocking and rolling. http://squishytia.livejournal.com/

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That Anime Show EP 3, “Stephen Hoff”

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ADR/Recording Enginner Stephen Hoff

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That Anime Show EP 2, “Joel McDonald”

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Director, Writer, Actor Joel McDonald: Joel McDonald is an ADR Director, voice actor, and adaptive screenwriter. His directing credits include “Heroic Age,” “Sgt. Frog,” “Big Windup,” and “Spice and Wolf,” to name a few.  As an actor, he’s voiced roles such as Yoite in “Nabari No Ou,” Yajima in “Linebarrels of Iron,” Hanai in “Big Windup,” Saburo in “Sgt. Frog,” and Mary in “Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne.”  He has also had the pleasure of writing for “D. Gray-man,” “Claymore,” “Linebarrels of Iron,” “Sands of Destruction,” and “STRAIN: Strategic Armored Infantry.”

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That Anime Show EP 1, “Josh Grelle”

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A native Texan and avid anime fan, Josh Grelle was raised on stage and in the art studios of Central Texas. He performed on stage at the Tin Building Theatre for over 15 years prior to starting work for ADV Films at the start of 2004. Since then he has acted/starred in over one hundred different titles and worked for such studios as ADV Films, FUNimation Entertainment, Okratron 5000, 48 Windows, Amusement Park Media, Warner Bros. Studios, and Seraphim Digital.

Josh is best known for his role of Kenichi Shirahama in Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple. He is also known as the fabulous Kuranosuke in Princess Jellyfish; the outrageous Taishi in Comic Party: Revolution; Kyohei Takano in The Wallflower; Akihisa Yoshii in Baka and Test: Summon the Beast; Ichikia in Infinite Stratos; Kouchi Hayase in Linebarrels of Iron; and Akasha in Shikabane Hime. He can also be seen as; Ox Ford in Soul Eater; Edward V in Black Butler; Itsuki in Initial D; Lithuania in Hetalia: Axis Powers; Makoto in Ghost Hound; Hammer in Xenosaga: The Animation. Josh was also involved in the much anticipated HALO: Legends project, playing the role of Haka in Production I.G.’s “THE DUEL”. He has also lent his voice to a number of video games, the first of which was Dynasty Warriors 7, where he voiced Sima Shi.

Aside voice work, Josh has also written several shows (Magikano, Moonlight Mile) and worked in the Comic Book industry as a freelance colorist doing “the grunt work” for Marvel Comics and a few other studios around the world. Josh also avidly believes that Rainbow Dash is best pony.

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