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David is an Award winning Voice Actor / Producer based in Los Angeles. He’s given voice to hundreds of Animation/Anime episodes, and Video Game titles, as well as Guest Star appearances on TV shows such as The Mentalist and NCIS. David recently starred as the Talking Sailor Uniform SENKETSU, on the hit TV Series KILL LA KILL airing on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim; and can currently be heard as the Narrator in JO JO’s Bizarre Adventure also airing on Toonami. David also stars in the Mega-hit Video Game SUPER SMASH BROS., as the character Robin from Fire Emblem: Awakening. SUPER SMASH BROS. Won Favorite Video Game at the People’s Choice Awards at the 42 nd annual People’s Choice Awards in 2016.
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Bryson Baugus is a voice actor, singer, and stage actor from Texas. He has worked primarily with Sentai Filmworks in Houston, and his credits include: Bell in Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?; Kou Mukami in Diabolik Lovers II: More Blood; Child Gelsadra in Gatchaman Crowds Insight; Young Suna in My Love Story; Akutagawa in When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace; and Hikaru in RE: Hamatora. His voice has also been used in the shows: Chaika – The Coffin Princess; Dramatical Murder; Log Horizon 2; and Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun.
In addition to his voice work, Bryson is currently a theatre major at Sam Houston State University, and has performed on stage with a few Houston-area professional theaters. In his free time, he likes to play video games (especially D ark Souls) and create videos for YouTube!
Bryson is very excited to be attending Anime Austin for the first time, and is looking forward to meeting fans of any of the shows he’s been involved in!
Danielle Beaulieu is a self taught cosplayer, model, and prop maker born and raised in Massachusetts. She started attending conventions at the young age of thirteen and has gained recognition for her speedy armor builds, helpful tutorials, and her social media sass. An ex-top 100 US World of Warcraft player, she has honed all of that energy instead into cosplay and over the past four years has worked for many reputable companies and was even hired to be the official Storm Elementalist Lux for RIot Games, and the official Vara for Eternal Card Game for Dire Wolf Entertainment. Other works of hers have won best in show award such as her League of Legends builds. Danielle spends most of her time now cranking out a new costume every few weeks and travelling all over for conventions to meet followers to teach them how to market their work through social media or to teach them how to make epic armor builds!
Katelyn Barr is a voice actress and script writer working for Sentai Filmworks and FUNimation. You may have heard her as Ayumi Yamagou in Girls und Panzer der Film, Layla the Blue Chaika in Chaika the Coffin Princess, Liza Randog/Lizardia in Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon, Aisu Kyuubu in Amagi Brilliant Park, Fantasia Yusano in When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace, and various other tough chicks, older sisters, monsters, tomboys, ACTUAL boys, cute cats, and evil seductresses in anime of all sorts. Katelyn’s also lent her voice to a few video game characters, such as Jackie in Marooners, Nerith in Celestial Crossing, and Kizana Sunobu from Yandere Simulator. As a script writer, Katelyn is most known for her work on shows like One Piece, Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, Fate Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya 2wei!, and the action-packed hit Akame ga Kill!, which premiered on Toonami in August 2015. She currently resides in Houston, TX with her mic, her piano, and her carefully curated Sailor Moon collection. They’re very happy together. Katelyn’s all kinds of thrilled to meet everyone at Anime Austin and geek out about anime, games, Once Upon a Time, Panic! at the Disco, and whatever else the kids are into these days (except for the super cool new thing she can’t talk about yet, gahhh!). See you there!
Margaret (Meg) McDonald has been in the anime industry for over 5 years and has appeared in over 50 different titles. McDonald first got started after auditioning while she was still in school. After getting her BA in Drama at the University of St. Thomas, Meg pursued a full time acting career in the booth as well as onstage. Some of her best known anime characters include, "Rikka Takanashi" in Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions, "Tamako Kitashrikawa" in Tamako Market, "Miho Nishizumi" in Girls und Panzer, and "Isuzu" in Log Horizon. She can also has supporting roles in Watamote, Hakouki, Little Busters, Maria Holic, Hamatora, Mayo Chiki, Rozen Maiden: Zuruckenspulen, Maidsama, and Nobunaga the Fool to name a few. She also appears in Parasyte: The Maxim as "Makiko" and Akame Ga Kill as "Sayo".
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