Anime Voice Work

Had two more recording sessions for Sentai Filmworks last week as I continue down the rabbit hole of anime voice acting!  While my brother and I only watched a few easily accessible shows growing up (Gundam Wing, Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z…) it has been fascinating to dive back into this sci-fy meets fantasy meets war-epic meets teen-romantic-comedy world.  The creativity of the plots and worlds is amazing and getting to voice multiple characters in the same session is a fun, vocal gymnastic event.  Tuesday was my first time spending a couple hours on the same character, though that project won’t be released for another few months.  In the meantime, stay tuned — the first series I recorded will be out soon!

For more info and some great voice work by some of my Houston theatre friends, check out Sentai’s website:

3 thoughts on “Anime Voice Work

  1. So loved your work in no game no life. Live the accent, been a while since the dub community had a good English VA. Your voice reminds me of helping. Looking forward to more of your work!


    1. Thank you! I actually just got back from the screening of the first few episodes of No Game No Life, so glad you enjoyed the work! (And haha, I have an Android too…)


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