Leah Clark Actress Fanclub
Leah Clark is a Random Force Of Nature working as a voice actress and script adapter for FUNimation Entertainment and voice artist for DuArt Films. She has also worked as a director for FUNimation as well as a stage actress in the Dallas-Ft Worth TX area.
Some of her most memorable voice roles include Chiaya in The Rolling Girls, Vasilisa in a Certain Magical Index, Part II, Kanzaki in Assassination Classroom, Kyoko in Tokyo Ravens, Nodoka in Negima, Suzuka in Suzuka, Rin in Toriko, Fuyuki in Sgt Frog, Blair in Soul Eater, Minatsuki in Deadman Wonderland; Saki in Eden of the East; Nora in Spice and Wolf, Minami in Baka and Test, Jiji in Princess Jellyfish, Noah in Full Metal Alchemist—Conqueror of Shamballa, Coby and Miss Doublefinger in One Piece, Paris in Shin Chan, Eri in School Rumble, Maron in Dragonball GT, Carlita in Pokemon the Movie: Black/White—Victini and Reshiram, and Maru in XXXHolic.
Other notable works include: Aria in Aria the Scarlet Ammo, Mari in Yuri!! On Ice, Homura/Kagari in Sekirei, Akane in Rumbling Hearts, Ruby in Rosario + Vampire, Tenhou in Oh! Edo Rocket, Akagawa/Red Ranger in Level E, Hikari in Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (not) Advance, Miyabi in Freezing, Kagura in Ga Rei Zero, Miya Miya in Bamboo Blade. Doyle in Pokemon, Mayu Otsuka in Darker Than Black. Murmur in Future Diary, Yu in Guilty Crown, Giselle in Last Exile-Fam, the Silver Wing; as well as roles in Steins Gate, Wolf Children and Is This a Zombie?
Some of Leah’s script works include Panty & Stocking With Garterbelt, Suzuka, Peach Girl, Sasami—Magical Girl Club, Baka and Test, Strike Witches, and her all-time favorite, B Gata H Kai/Yamada’s First Time.
As a Director, Leah has worked on Sasami—Magical Girl Club, Tower of Druaga, StrAIN, Case Closed (movies) Captured In Her Eyes and Countdown To Heaven, and Shuffle.
Leah is also a producer and co-host of The Red Wine Therapist podcast also featuring voice actress Jad Saxton. The show is an interactive open, raw, educational, and hilarious discussion of life, love, wine and (ahem) other stuff.
Leah would find it oh so magical and lovely if you would keep up with her on Twitter!
TONY OLIVER, who was recently named to IMDB’s top 20 all time Anime Voice Actors list, began his career 25 years ago as an actor on stage and camera performing in several feature films and dozens of plays. He found success as a voice over artist, lending his voice to one of the first foreign made animated features to receive wide US release (The Sea Prince and the Fire Child).
His first foray into television was as the voice of Rick Hunter in the groundbreaking animated series Robotech. Following that he turned his attention to writing but continued his voice acting career.
In 1988 he joined Saban Entertainment as a story editor where he wrote and produced an award winning adaptation of The Jungle Book and story edited the long running Nickelodeon anime series The Noozles. In 1992, Tony was tapped to help create a new kind of children's television show. The result was the mega hit, The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Tony not only served as the development producer and head writer but also wrote the pilot, co-produced the series, directed the voice actors, played the voice of Saba, and produced the Power Rangers live appearance at Universal Studios, which drew an estimated 50,000 people on a single day. Later in the year he co-developed and wrote the script for the international sensation Mighty Morphin Power Ranger - Live Tour.
Since leaving Saban Entertainment in 1999, Tony has continued to develop, produce, voice and direct numerous projects for TV, video games, and New Media including .hack//GU, Daigunder, Gurren Lagann, Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers, Martha & Friends, from Martha Stewart and 4Kids Entertainment, as well as voice directing numerous video games like League of Legends.
Tony’s many voice acting credits include, Hoodwinked Too, The Muppet’s Wizard of Oz, Lupin in Lupin the 3rd, Hibiki in Vandread, Gojyo in Sayuki Reload, Harry in Gun Grave, Ranmaru in Tokko, Shinbo in Cho-bits, Ulquiorra in Bleach, Minato the 4th Hokage in Naruto, as well as voices in video games such as Delta Force: Black Hawk Down, Lord of the Rings: The War of the Ring, Dynasty Warriors, World of Warcraft, Everquest, Neverwinter Nights, Xenosaga, Magna Carta II, Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight, Basara 3 and BlazBlue. More recently, he adapted and directed the English releases of K-ON! The Movie, Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Fate/Zero and Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, Hunter x Hunter, and Love Live, and voice directed the highly anticipated Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, and can be heard on Nickelodeon’s NFL Rush Zone and the animated musical series Iesodo in the title role.
Jād (Jade) Saxton is a voice, stage and film actress, currently starring as Mira in Dimension W on Toonami’s Adult Swim and streaming in Funimation broadcast dubs Fairy Tail (Carla), Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash (Mary), and Pandora in the Crimson Shell: Ghost Urn (Takumi). She is currently directing Touken Ranbu-Hanamaru.
Jād is best known for her work as Yuki in Wolf Children, Adèlie in Space Dandy (Toonami), Hatchin in Michiko & Hachin (Toonami), Nona in Death Parade, Koneko in High School DxD, Young Nico Robin in One Piece (all at FUNimation), Akatsuki in Log Horizon (Sentai Filmworks) and Dragon Ball Xenoverse (Okratron 5000).
Recent roles Jād is excited about: Lisa Mishima in Terror in Resonance, Ai Hibiki in Rolling Girls, Yoriko Kosaka in Tokyo Ghoul, Ringo Kinoshita in No-Rin, Constance Raveau in Gangsta, Miku Izayoi in Date A Live II, Ludmila Lourie in Lord Marksman and Vanadis, Un in Show By Rock!!, Sio Ogura in Nobunagun, Jeanne D'Arc in Rage of Bahamut: Genesis, Alfreed in The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Koyomi Hiiragi in Ultimate Otaku Teacher, Onikiri in Kamisama Kiss, Komissa in Psycho-pass, Yuri Flostre in Sky Wizards Academy, Lisette Norden in Unbreakable Machine-Doll, Shizuno Urushibara in World Break, and Kaoru Harishima in Yurikuma Arashi.
Earlier appearances include Steins; Gate (Faris Nyannyan), Is This a Zombie? (Haruna), Hagani (Sena Kashiwazaki), Last Exile: Fam The Silver Wing (Fam), Eureka Seven AO (Elena Peoples), Karneval (Tsukumo), Tenchi Muyo: War on Geminar (Lashara Earth), Mass Effect: Paragon Lost (April), Shangri-La (Karin Ishida), A Certain Scientific Railgun (Komoe), A Certain Magical Index (Komoe), Aria The Scarlet Ammo (Reki), B Gata H Kei – Yamada’s First Time (Mayu Miyano), Freezing (Arnett McMillan), Okami-san & Her Seven Companions (Mimi Usami), Ghost Hunt (Masako Hara), Baccano! (Eve Genoard), Strike Witches (Perrine-H Clostermann), and Soul Eater (Jacqueline O. Lantern Dupré).
When Jād isn’t voice acting, she can be seen on stage at various theaters throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
For a full list of her work, please visit Anime News Network.
You can also follow Jād on Twitter and Instagram.
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Young harpists Camille and Kennerly Kitt, known as the HARP TWINS, have
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Charles Dunbar is a fan of many things, of which anime and Japanese culture are but one (admittedly large) sphere. After discovering the medium through Dragonball Z in high school, he spent his formative college years indulging in giant robots, Pokemon, JRPGs, and Rurouni Kenshin, never expecting his coursework in cultural anthropology to ever intersect with his burgeoning fandom identity. This was only the first of many instances when the Universe decided to troll him hardcore for his obliviousness. After spending years attending his local SF con, Charles began attending anime cons in earnest in 2007, bumping them up drastically while undertaking fieldwork for his MA in Anthropology, where he researched and wrote on fandom, convention culture, and the changing dynamic of anime fan practices. He never stopped attending, coming back year after year to both indulge his love of anime conventions, and educate his fellow fans on all manner of mythology, Japanese sacred culture, fan cultures, and whatever else grabs his interests. He is currently working on a series of short books based around his lectures, writing yokai stories, and adapting his lectures for Youtube. You can read his ideas and ruminations at StudyOfAnime.com or via Facebook.com/StudyofAnime