They provide the soul of all of the characters you love - they are voice actors!
Alexis Tipton was born in Kansas, lived in Southern California for a time (and returns every chance she gets), and has lived in Texas for roughly the past decade. She has been working in the dubbing industry since 2008 and has loved every minute of it. She can be heard in over 50 titles so far with more announcements on the way. Some of her credits include Julia Crichton in FMA: The Sacred Star of Milos, Moka Akashiya in Rosario+Vampire, Musubi in Sekirei, Mizuki Himeji in Baka and Test, Yomi Isayama in Ga-Rei: Zero, Sun Seto in My Bride is a Mermaid, Yamada's Eros Deity in B Gata H Kei, Laila Seiren in Hero Tales, Kaori Tanaka in Shiki, Emi Kizaki in Linebarrels of Iron, Shizuku Ishiki in King of Thorn, Chibi Japan/Kumajiro in Hetalia, and many more (full list of credits can be found on Anime News Network). She has also provided vocals for character songs and a few of FUNimation's trailers. She has been a stage actress most of her life and is currently learning more about film acting which has always been one of her dreams. When she isn't acting, Alexis occasionally teaches theater workshops and intensives in the Dallas area for ages 8-17. Alexis is represented by The Horne Agency.
Todd Haberkorn received his BFA in acting from Southern Methodist University and continues to work professionally, primarily in Los Angeles as an actor, director, producer, and writer.
After doing several bit roles for the anime shows Peach Girl and Black Cat, Todd got his first major role in Suzuka as Yamato Akitski. Shortly thereafter, Haberkorn began directing anime under Line Producers Colleen Clinkenbeard and Chris Sabat while continuing to voice in numerous properties for Funimation and video games. A few notable roles include Natsu from Fairy Tail, Italy from Hetalia, Ling Yao from Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Keroro from Sgt. Frog, Keiskuke from Initial D, Allen Walker from D. Gray Man, Hikaru Hitachin from Ouran High School Host Club, Death The Kid from Soul Eater, and many others. This also led to a stint as a director and writer for animated properties as well. Triple A title video games such as Street Fighter IV and Rage involved Todd's voice as well. But not only in LA, but also recording overseas in Asia too.
As far as on camera is concerned, when he isn't working on films, industrials, and television projects for other companies, Todd does work with his company Out of the Office Productions. This is one aspect of a long history of on camera work in narrative film, commercials, and shorts.
When he isn't fighting digital monsters in video games or trying to save the day on film, Todd travels the U.S. and internationally making appearances at pop culture conventions as a guest to meet fans and sign autographs. He is represented by The Horne Agency, William Morris Endeavor, BBR Talent, and managed by Bensky Entertainment.
Holy Roman Empire in Hetalia, Gluttony in Fullmetal Alchemist, Mr. Popo and Tien Shinhan in Dragonball Z, Jack the Ripper in Soul Eater, Miyamoto and M1 in Yu Yu Hakusho, Taruru in Sgt. Frog, Boo and Whitey in Shin Chan, Hanai in School Rumble, Ukyo in Ouran High School Host Club, Chamo in Negima, Babbit in Kodocha, Siegfried in Kenichi, and Hanbei in Sengoku Basara represent some of Chris's favorite and best known roles.
Since 1998, Cason has participated in almost every facet of anime production. He has been associated with numerous projects in a voice acting, ADR directing, or scriptwriting capacity. Having performed over one hundred characters and appearing in ten animated shows broadcast on American television, some of his work has been featured on: The Cartoon Network, Nicktoons, The Independent Film Channel (IFC), Spike TV, and The CW.
You may have also heard him in: Case Closed, Gunslinger Girl, Basilisk, Suzuka, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles, Black Cat, Darker Than Black, Bamboo Blade, Kaze no Stigma, Aquarion, One Piece, Big Windup!, D.Gray-Man, Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, RIN, Speed Grapher, Oh! Edo Rocket, Summer Wars, Initial D, and Deadman Wonderland.
As an ADR Director for three studios spanning eight years, Chris has had the pleasure of casting/directing/asst. directing such titles as: Dragonball Z Uncut, Dragonball, Dragonball GT, Yu Yu Hakusho, Negima, Kodocha, Galaxy Railways, Baki the Grappler, School Rumble, Hell Girl, Kaze no Stigma, Bamboo Blade, Birdy the Mighty: Decode, Initial D, and Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations.
He has also had the opportunity to be a part of many popular video games. Some of his favorites were: voicing random ghouls and specters for Ghostbusters: The Video Game, as a contributing guitarist in Guitar Hero 3, appearing as Mega Man in Street Fighter X Tekken, and as Face McShooty and Mal in Borderlands 2.
For additional information, visit "Chris Cason's Anime Chuckle Hut" on Facebook and @Casonworld on Twitter.
If, let's say, as a college student, the voice of Vegeta asks you to jump into the booth to voice a
character with one line, you should probably do it. That's what Ian Sinclair did and look at him now.
He is, as they say, making paper. They try to give him money, but he keeps insisting on paper.
Recently announced as Chuck in Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, a few of Ian's most popular roles are
Ryner Lute in Legend of the Legendary Heroes, Bardroy in Black Butler, Romano in Hetalia, and Shu in
Princess Jellyfish. Previously, his voice had a talent for showing up as characters in three categories:
The Good, The Bad, and The Buddy. They are as follows:
The Goodies: Toraji in Bamboo Blade, Liam in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and that's all.
The Baddies: Dallas in Baccano, Bora in Fairy Tail, Ian in One Piece, Shogo in Rin: Daughters of
Mnemosyne, Zaki in Claymore, Toyama in Oh! Edo Rocket, Haruki in Master of Martial Hearts, Douglas
and Steve in El Cazador de la Bruja, Shiro in Okami-san, and Nakajima in Linebarrels of Iron,
The Buddies: Daisuke Matsuo in Yamada's First Time, Marc in Spice and Wolf II, Seo in Sekirei,
Ginei Morioka in Rosario + Vampire, Hasegawa in Baka and Test, Takamy in Fractale, and Akoz in
Please do not allow his multitude of Baddies to make you think he is, in fact, a Baddie. Of course,
those are words only a Baddie would say, but whether or not you believe him is completely your decision.
Additionally, Ian can be heard as the voice of Baron Flynt in the video game Borderlands (also
a Baddie, btw) and as the "Cool" custom hero voice in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi. Ian has
worked as a director on Initial D, Spice and Wolf II, both seasons of Black Butler, and a few others
he can't talk about... yet. Insert evil laugher here.