Born in Hokkaido, Japan's second largest island and northernmost prefecture, Mai Goto
Yumi Hara (原 由実) is a Japanese voice actress and singer from Osaka Prefecture, in Japan. She is affiliated with Arts Vision. Her body of work has been used in various animes and she has released numerous CDs since her debut in 2008.
Yumi's most famous role is that of Takane Shijo from Idolmaster. Other notable roles include Yuko Kanoe from Dusk Maiden of Amnesia, Marielle from Log Horizon, Sawa Yamauchi from SKET DANCE, Inaho Yukawa from Langrange: The Flower of Rin-ne, and Aya Miyakoji from Ro-Kyu-Bu! SS. She had released numerous CDs as her character in Idolmaster, and has released 3 singles and 1 album as herself. Most of her songs were used in games, OVAs, radios, and drama CDs. Yumi’s other works include radio narration, TV CM, planetarium narration and more. She enjoys singing in karaoke, drawing, swimming, and is good at Japanese calligraphy. This will be her first time travelling abroad as well as her first time coming to Canada to attend Anime North as her first North American convention.
Toby Proctor has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. He started on stage at the age of 8 playing the lead role of Little Lord Fauntleroy at the Confederation Centre for the Performing Arts in Prince Edward Island. He then moved on to performing in many Canadian series as a guest star as well as US features. Toby played Tackleberry in the Warner Brothers series Police Academy in Vancouver for 26 one hour episodes. He also voiced Flash in the Flash Gordon animated series in 1996. Most notably he voiced the character Tuxedo Mask in the series Sailor Moon. Toby has worked alongside the likes of Kathy Bates, Dianne Wiest, Jon Voight, and many more. Although he spends most of his time working behind the scenes in casting these days, his most impressive production to date is raising his three little ones, Sydney, Ellie, and Sam with his amazing wife Kaite.
In a career that spans 30 years, Multi Award Winning Voice Actor Michael Dobson has lent his voice talents to more Super-Heroes and Villains than you can shake Batman's Utility Belt at!
The list is long, but to name a few... Zemerik in Battle Force 5, Ronan The Accuser in
Michael's voice can be heard in every facet of the voice over industry. Voicing TV and Radio Commercials, Radio and TV Imaging, Documentaries and Audio Books. Michael's client list reaches around the globe from NASCAR to Starbucks and everything in between!
Michael is also known in the industry to have an acute ear for voice matching. He has voiced matched and replaced performances on many TV series and Motion Pictures. His skills also include ADR for Live Action and Animation of which he has also directed and been nominated for a Golden Reel Award by the Motion Picture Sound Editors.
Michael is regarded internationally by industry professionals as one of the best!
Scott McNeil hails from Vancouver, Canada by way of Brisbane, Australia. He started acting at the age of three and hasn't (his mom would say) stopped since. Spanning over two decades and including over 12,000 episodes, Scott's voice career began with The New Adventures of He-Man way back in (gasp) 1988. He is perhaps best known currently as Duo Maxwell in Gundam Wing, Koga in Inuyasha, Piccolo (the first) and many others in Dragon Ball Z, Dinobot, Rattrap, Waspinator, and Silverbolt in Beast Wars, Jetfire in Transformers Armada, Wolverine in X-Men: Evolution, as well as Hohenheim in Full Metal Alchemist, the deeply neurotic Merb Stork in StormHawks, the amazingly inept Voltar in League of Super Evil, Ali al Satchez in Gundam 00, and the inanely musical Flam in My Little Pony.
Among his other voice credits are: Ninjago, My Little Pony, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Grumpy Bear in Care Bears, Johnny Test, Black Lagoon, Highlander, Quest for Vengance, Rollbots, Spiderman Unlimited, Krypto the Superdog, Reboot, MegaMan, Powerpuff Girls Z, Mucha Lucha, Monster Rancher, Mummies Alive, Ranma 1/2, Project A-Ko, Kong, The Vision of Escaflowne, Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars, War Planets, Weird-Oh's, Molly O, Conan the Adventurer, The Wacky World of Tex Avery, Extreme Dinosaurs, DragonTales, Warriors of Virtue, D'Myna Leagues, Aagh It's the Mister Hell Show, Double Dragon, Darkstalkers, Street Fighter, GI Joe, and the animated features Rudolph and the Island of Misfit Toys, and Casper's Haunted Christmas. As well as video games such as Nova, League of Legends, Dead Rising II, Warhammer 40,000, Scarface, D&D Online, and The Godfather.
Equally successful in film and television, Scott has starred in the feature films Sleeping with Strangers, Sleeping Dogs, and Scooby Doo II. He has guest starred on numerous television series and features, including Psych, Primeval New World, Supernatural, Sanctuary, Highlander, The Outer Limits, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Beyond Belief, Beggars and Choosers, Stargate SG-1 and Disney's Ladies and the Champ, to name a few.
This just in: Scott is currently working on a bunch of new roles including work in Johnny Test, L.O.S.E., Hero 108, 1001 Tales of the Arabian Nights ,Strawberry Shortcake, My Little Pony, Numerous Video Games, and a number of *cough cough* Top Secret Anime Titles. Scott loves cartoons most of all because, "Hey, it's indoor work with no heavy lifting."
When his busy schedule allows, he can be found playing his Level 90 Pandarian Monk in World of Warcraft while eating spray cheese…..FOR THE HORDE!!!
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