Blending his love of video game, movie, and anime soundtracks with his passion for electronic music production, VGR takes game music to the main stage and transforms his favorite video game soundtracks into festival-ready bangers. Having previously partnered with Cartoon Network for projects such as the official Steven Universe Future Remix compilation and the channel’s Theme Songs Holiday Remix compilation, as well as collaborated with popular streamer and influencer LilyPichu, VGR also releases original music under his alternate alias, Nokae. As Nokae, VGR released tracks on prestigious labels such as Monstercat and produced music for video games, such as the award-winning, cross-platform Rocket League. With more than 250,000 subscribers on YouTube and 200 million plays across all platforms under both aliases, VGR has made it his mission to create music that, beyond the simple act of listening, leads his audience on an expansive musical journey.
Long time Youmacon personality known for his many antics across various fields of media, Kroze has been sticking his head into all sorts of projects for many years now. From writing, to music, to voice acting, and even hosting an online game show involving people playing video games over dunk tanks, Kroze keeps on plugging away at whatever new projects pop up. He’s been involved in helping online groups such as TeamFourStar, Rooster Teeth, SFS Animation, 91.8 The Fan, ComicOnline and more! He even was involved with writing the official theme song to the ABC Studios TV show Lost. Currently Kroze can be found voice casting and directing several indie video games (including a couple upcoming VR titles) along with working on an upcoming brand new anime inspired music album with his long time collaborators Baschfire and Hatch. If that wasn’t enough, he’s also in charge of marketing and licensing for the tabletop game company Solis Game Studios working on the recently crowned “Best of GenCon 2022” dueling game Pocket Paragons. He just won’t stop until he is able to get himself into an actual episode of Kamen Rider in some way/shape/or form… yes Toei, this is in fact a threat. Come check out Kroze’s various antics and don’t be afraid to stop and say hi! Especially if you are down to chat some Tokusatsu!
Comfort and Adam
Comfort and Adam are an award-nominated husband and wife comic creating team. They write, draw, color, letter, and design all their work together as an equal duo. Comfort and Adam made their name as professional self-publishers with their acclaimed series The Uniques and Rainbow in the Dark. They also wrote a massive how-to book for Random House called The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing Comics and the comic miniseries Kitty Game (with artist Corinne Roberts). Their work can be found on the site Webtoon.com, where they’ve been read by millions. When they’re not working on their comics, you can find the couple as guests of comic and anime conventions from coast to coast. They are also educational and motivational speakers, educators, and still find the occasional moment for a side-gig in writing and illustration here and there. Comfort and Adam believe in the philosophy that great stories and art can be both fun and challenging, and you don’t have to choose between entertaining an audience and making them think. In their work, they always seek to do both. They live in Grand Rapids, MI with their five cats. When they’re not drawing, writing, or answering messages they can frequently be seen walking up and down the trail behind their house talking about stories.
Keith Silverstein is a veteran voice actor with an impressive and diverse list of credits.
He’s the voice of Zhongli in the worldwide sensation, Genshin Impact, Torbjörn in
Overwatch, Hisoka on Hunter x Hunter, Hawk Moth on the fan favorite Miraculous-Tales
of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Speedwagon in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gouhin in Beastars, and
Jetfire in the Netflix Original series, Transformers, War for Cybertron trilogy.
He can also be heard as Iyami in Mr. Osomatsu, En in Dorohedoro, and Vector the
Crocodile in the Sonic The Hedgehog franchise. Resident Evil fans know him as H.U.N.K.
Soul Calibur fans will recognize him as Zasalamel, and in Persona 5 he voices the
villainous Masayoshi Shido.
Not enough for you? Here are a few other titles under his VO belt: TMNT, Jujutsu Kaisen,
Amphibia, League of Legends, Kuroko’s Basketball, One Punch Man, My Hero Academia,
Sailor Moon, Star Wars Squadrons, Bungo Stray Dogs, Fate/Apocrypha, Fire Emblem,
Glitter Force, Bleach, World of Warcraft, Skate-Leading Stars, Dead or Alive, Call of Duty
Black Ops, Gundam: The Origin, Danganronpa, and Big City Greens.
Other notable credits include: Lupin the IIIrd, and Dr. Wily in Megaman.
For more info on Keith Silverstein visit his website at www.keithsilverstein.com, or check
out Keith Silverstein on Instagram, and @SilverTalkie on Twitter.
Kara Edwards is a professional voice actor known for her young, fresh sound and wide
range of characters.
Kara’s career began right out of high school when she was hired to co-host the
“Squeege and Kara” show on Radio Disney. Radio would eventually take Kara to the
East Coast where she produced and co-hosted morning shows in Charlotte, NC for
over five years.
While in Dallas working for Disney, Kara attended an open-call audition for a popular
show called Dragon Ball Z. She was cast as Goten and Videl…and then hooked, as
voice acting would soon become her main focus, leading her to take the leap to
full-time in 2006 and once again head west. She will return in the upcoming Dragon
Other credits include Disney, T-Mobile, Nintendo, Lord & Taylor, Mattel and Sports
Illustrated, as well as Yu Yu Hakusho from the Cartoon Network, Heaven’s Lost
Property, the Solty Rei DVD series, the hit pre-school series Raggs currently on PBS,
and many more. Kara also voices and produces monthly audio versions of the popular
children’s magazine Highlights High Five and Ask Arizona for highlightskids.com.
Recently, she was announced as Hikage in the Senran Kagura dub.
When Kara does take time to step away from the mic, she can usually be found out
and about with her favorite gadget, her trusted Nikon. Kara’s love for photography
began at an early age and she’s continually amazed by the opportunities it’s brought
A few of Kara’s other favorite pastimes include playing guitar on her studio balcony,
playing with her puppy Kingston, eating unusual foods, and exploring new places.
Learn more about her at www.karaedwards.com
Guardian of “Civilization”
A member of the Council and the Guardian of “Civilization,” a concept crafted by mankind.
As a living embodiment of the sum of mankind’s efforts—the mark that humans have left on the world—she is far removed from her fellow members, as well as other lifeforms. Due to not being created by the Gods, she was free to choose her own appearance, and decided to make herself owl-like, after the bird that symbolizes wisdom.
She is gentle, wise, and an unbelievably hard worker. As a well-traveled vagabond, she is blessed with a wealth of knowledge of the world. She has seen, heard, and experienced so many things that she has forgotten most of them, one of them being her own name.
For some reason, she seems to project a rather pitiable aura. Perhaps this is in part thanks to the loneliness she has often felt in her perennial travels. That is what gave her the idea of making her own friend out of a material that was indispensable to the development of human civilization: paper.
“It may fade and rip, but once a friend, forever a friend.”
Keeper of “Nature”
A member of the Council and the Keeper of “Nature,” the second concept created by the Gods.
She has materialized in the mortal realm as a druid in a bid to save nature.
She has Kirin blood flowing in her veins, and horns that are made out of the branches of a certain tree; they are NOT deer antlers.
“Nature” refers to all organic matter on the planet except mankind.
It is long said that her whispers, as an avatar of Mother Nature, have healing properties. Whether or not that is true is something only those who have heard them can say.
While she is usually affable, warm, and slightly mischievous, any who anger her will bear the full brunt of Nature’s fury.
“Perhatian, sang putri merak yang tertiup angin, aku Pavolia Reine dari hololive ID.”
Lady of the Peafowl. While studying at a magic academy, she was involved in an incident and transferred to the human world.
Since then, she has been unable to use much of her magic.
Very fond of sweets, but weak with overly spicy food. At first glance, she seems to be the elegant type, but people who spend some more time with her will find out that she has more of a dorky personality. To quite a number of viewers, her laugh has been perceived as similar to a car engine starting.
Hewwrroo everyone ~!!”; “Purupuru ganbari Risu ~!”
A squirrel girl from a magical forest.
She was lost in the human world, but due to certain circumstances, she ends up living in the home of a kind older sister.
To return the favor, she decides to become a VTuber.
Risu act, most of the time, just like a squirrel she is. She loves to do subtle pranks on people, shy with new people, and love to tease her viewer. Her laugh is also one of her unique characteristic.
Essenger stands on the cutting edge of electronic music, blending an array of influences for a sound that pays tribute to modern Alt rock, EDM, and Synthwave. The artist marks his highly personal songwriting style with striking lyrics, and the result is a singular creative style that opens new possibilities for both retro and future synth music.
Selwn is best known for his role as T.J. Johnson, the legendary Red Turbo/ Blue Space Ranger, in the 90’s pop culture phenomenon Power Rangers Turbo and Power Rangers In Space. Selwyn has returned to the poweful franchise on multiple occasions, reprising his role as a guest star onspecial episodes of Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999), the Legendary Battle of Power Rangers Megaforce and Super Megaforce (2014-15), as well as Power Rangers Ninja Steel
Fun fact: Power Rangers In Space is known as “the season that saved the Power Rangers franchise”, mentioned in the Netflix docuseries, “The Toys That Made Us: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” Season 3, Episode 2.
Since attending Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York City, Michelle has remained one of the more sought after actresses in Canada. She has appeared in over 80 movies and TV shows, sharing the screen with a list of talented actors including: Sir Ben Kingsley, Ben Affleck, Aaron Eckhart, Jennifer Aniston, and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Currently seen as Nora Allen, Joan Garrick, & The Speedforce on CW’sThe Flash, fans immediately took a liking to her character — whom they’ve dubbed “Mama Flash” — featured in some of the most heart-wrenching and highest-rated episodes of the series! The series was nominated for at the Critics’ Choice Super Awards for “Best Superhero Series” and won the Saturn Awards’ “Best Superhero Adaption TV Series” as well as Teen Choice for “Action TV Show” in 2017 & 2018.
Audiences may also recognize Michelle from popular movies and shows such as: Paycheck, The Invisible, House, Supernatural, Good Luck Chuck, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, 40 Days & 40 Nights, Navy NCIS, Continuum, Eureka & Fringe, The L Word, and Stargate Universe!
Brandon Jay McLaren
Currently seen as Xavier in the Disney+ series Turner & Hooch, Buckley in season 5 of the FX series Snowfall, Elijah Stone on ABC’s hit action series The Rookie alongside Nathan Fillion, and Netflix’s hit drama series Firefly Lane opposite Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke — Brandon has developed quite a résumé appearing in over 60 US/Canadian movies and TV shows. In fact, he won the first ever Golden Maple Award for Best Canadian Actor in any American TV series for his standout performance in the USA Network hit series Graceland. Audiences also recognize Brandon for his characters on the CBS series Ransom (Oliver Yates), AMC’s Emmy award-winning series The Killing (Bennet Ahmed), Bravo’s Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce (Marco), TNT’s Falling Skies (Jamil Dexter), and even Disney’s Power Rangers S.P.D. Brandon has also appeared on the big screen in Dreamworks’ She’s The Man alongside Channing Tatum and Amanda Bynes as well as Plush, directed by Twilight’s Catherine Hardwick. The critically acclaimed film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, in which McLaren was a supporting actor, became a Sundance Film Festival favorite and won the 2010 SXSW Audience Award.
Darkarnival is a canadian master cosplayer who’s been cosplaying since 2011! That self-taught costume maker has entered several cosplay contests and competitions since 2012. One of them was the World Cosplay Summit in 2016, where she proudly co-represented Canada in Japan! She’s recognized for her love for embellishments and her attention to details on costumes from several sources and medias. The efficiency and quality of her staging during cosplay performances remain her main strength. She’s also a passionnate self-taught makeup artist who enjoys experimenting on herself and sometimes on others to create various looks for cosplay and more. From the cute and magical ones to the gory and terrifying ones, nothing seems to scare her when it comes to makeup. She’s also a singer in her spare time! Thanks to her Youtube channel and social medias, she enjoys sharing her passion for cosplay and her experiences to benefit and entertain other enthusiasts of the cosplay/otaku/geek community. The more you get to know her, the more you realize that she’s not only talented and passionate, but also very humble, authentic, friendly and that she puts all her heart into what she does.
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Actor and martial artist, Blake Anthony Foster got his start as the Huggies baby
in 1986 at the age of sixteen months. At age 4 he began training in American
Tang Soo Do style karate under 9th degree master black belt Tom Bloom and
received his black belt on December 15, 1996 at the age of 11.
Blake’s film work has included Danielle Steeles’ Family Album, as well as Above
Suspicion alongside Christopher Reeve, the TV movie The Brady Bunch in the
White House, and Kids World opposite Christopher Lloyd. However Blake is
best known for his role as Justin Stewart, the Blue Ranger in the fifth season of
the international hit series, Power Rangers!
Blake assumed the mantle of the Blue Turbo Ranger at only the age of 12,
making him the first and only pre-teen Power Ranger in history. He made his
debut for the show in the feature-film, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie,
distributed by 20th Century Fox. In its opening weekend, it played on 2,113
screens, grossing $8.4M theatrically in the U.S. and $9.6M worldwide.
Audiences may also remember Blake from hit shows such as: Walker: Texas
Ranger, the famed Beverly Hills: 90210, Two of a Kind with the Olsen Twins, Boy
Meets World, and the TV film Casper Meets Wendy with Hillary Duff.
While Blake has since retired from acting, he remains true to his martial arts
foundation. In September 2020 Blake received his 4th degree master black belt
in American Tang Soo Do style karate under master Mark Cox; and recently won
his pro MMA light heavyweight debut under Rob Gooch at Gooch Training
Walter Emanuel Jones has been a talented and successful presence in the
entertainment industry for more than 25 years. His training and experience has
proven himself a ‘triple threat” as an accomplished Actor, Dancer and Singer.
Walter is the internationally known, iconic character Zach in more than 80
episodes as “The Original Black Ranger” from the popular Children’s Action
Adventure Phenomenon television series “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers”.
Still today he continues to travel around the world, meeting thousands of loyal fans
and signing their collections of merchandise in his likeness as he is featured guest
in the largest Comic-Con events around the world. Walter has been a Series
Regular or Guest star in over 150 episodes of various television shows and has co-
starred in more than seven films. Some of his credits include: The Golden Globe
and Emmy Award winning police drama “The Shield”, the top-rated series drama
“CSI” and the long running comedy hit “Moesha, to name a few. Currently Walter
is in development to star in a new film “Memoirs of a fighter” He will also be
guest starring in an Episode in the new season of Boomerang on B.E.T. . He works
regularly as a voiceover actor, lending his talents to radio, television, film and
And did we mention he can dance? Walter’s credits on the dance floor prove to be
equally as impressive. He has been trained in Salsa, and a variety of Latin dance
styles, Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, and Tap.
In the Salsa World, Walter made his presence known as he captured the title of the
2004 Mayan World Champion. He has been a salsa instructor in some of the most
prestigious salsa clubs in Los Angeles including the world famous Conga Room,
The Mayan, the Rumba Room, Stevens Steak house, and the popular Mama
Juana’s. He can be seen showcasing his talents on ESPN’S First Annual World
Salsa Competition. Walter’s belief is “To teach someone to dance is to give them a
gift that last a lifetime”. Walter has shared this gift with some of Hollywood’s
biggest celebrities. Some of the Celebrities include: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Van
Diesel, Jada Pinkett Smith, Eric LaSalle, Sheila E, Mario Van Peebles, Cedric the
Entertainer, Gabrielle Union, Jacob Vargas, Sofia Milos and Essence Atkins.
Watch out for Walter E. Jones….he’s destined to entertain for many years to come!
Anairis Quiñones is a voice actress most known for voicing Mirko in My Hero Academia, Nessa in Pokemon: Twilight Wings, Yelena in Attack on Titan, Yuki in Horimiya, and Rika in Wonder Egg Priority. You can also hear her in Ys IX, SMITE, RWBY, and Rainbow High. When she’s not acting, she’s gaming, singing Steven Universe songs, or crushing on cute anime girls on Twitter.
When LA Weekly said that Ran’s “fanbase and niche audiences are growing at a rate not seen since Tech N9ne,” they meant it. A former middle school teacher, Mega Ran (formerly Random) blends education, hip-hop and gaming in amazing new ways, penetrating the farthest reaches of the galaxy with his unique rhyme style and electric performances.
Ran cut his teeth in the city of Philadelphia as a moonlighting emcee and producer, performing, freestyle rapping, producing and later engineering at a studio. After relocating to Phoenix, competing in the Scribble Jam emcee battle championships and taking an early exit, Ran almost quit before he was even started, when a creative lightning bolt struck, and a fire was lit.
Various video game developer co-signs and admiration from the genre’s toughest critics have led to placements in TV, movies, university coursework, and of course, games. Ran’s music and story have been shared on stages across the world, on television (ABC/NBC News, ESPN, Portlandia, Tosh.O, WWE Wrestling) and in leading music, gaming and tech publications, print and online.
Today, Mega Ran is no longer a teacher by title, but maintains a rigorous touring and recording schedule, traveling the world to entertain and educate through the gift of rhyme. With four Billboard charting albums, 3 million YouTube views and a legion of smart art fans he calls “Team Mega” beside him, the future looks brighter than ever.
Mark Cooper is a multi-disciplinary Rapper and Producer, carrying the torch of Nerdcore from Detroit, Michigan. His branded work consists of a large body of verses and cyphers touching on all things considered “Nerdy” or from Gaming Culture, including references from but not limited to Gaming Systems of all brands, Transformers, Power Rangers, Halo, Naruto, and Tron, earning the perfect branding of “nostalgic.”
The difference between Mark Cooper and the many who have traveled the road of Nerdcore is that he’s sustained his placement in the music industry, sharing the stage with artists such as MC Lars, Substantial,Shingo2, Mc Frontalot, Sammus, Kid Vishis, Mega Ran and Schaffer the Darklord, and producing work with Miz Korona, Fatt Father, Finale, and Crimson Alchemist, as well as spotlights and headlining ranks for PAX South, NERDVANA by Not Your Average Nerds, One Button Tekken 7 Tournament, and a Times Square performance for Liberty City Anime Con.
Cooper has also landed sponsorships and brand deals throughout his time in the spotlight, including sponsorship from MyHydrationPack, as well as producing the cypher for Team Backpack out of South Africa, as well as Detroit.
With his producer credits come quite a few highlights, which include music production for a film entitled ‘Dream Chaser,’ as well as the music for a documentary ‘History of WCW Video Games III.’
The type of Nerdcore I focus on is what I call “Nostalgic rap”. My main topics dive into what I personally and many others may have grown up with. So I think outside of that “box” people say we’re in but instead exists in0 everyone’s garage sale, comic shop, game consoles, DVD and VHS box set, toy store, and even YouTube uploads from the past and present.
Stream Mark Cooper’s latest album “Test Drive” via Spotify
TONY OLIVER, who was named to IMDB’s top 20 all time Anime Voice Actors list, began his career 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 anime 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 and direct numerous projects for Theatrical films, Television, Video Games, and Streaming Media releases including “.hack//GU” a multi-player online video game; “Daigunder”, for ABC Family/Disney; “Gurren Lagann” a breakthrough anime series airing on the Sci Fi Channel, “Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers” which premiered on screens nationwide, and “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”, 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 Knights”, “Xenosaga”, “Magna Carta II”, “Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight”, ”Basara 3” “BlazBlue” and “Bravely Default”.
More recently he co-adapted and directed the English releases of “Fate/Zero” and “Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Bladeworks” in which he also voices the character of Lancer, “Love Live” (both the series and the movie), “Charlotte” and “God Eater”, and can be heard the animated musical series “Iesodo” in the title role. He can currently be heard in new episodes of Lupin the 3rd on Cartoon Network and as Minato, the 4th Hokage in “Naruto”. Tony is currently directing “Fate: Apocrypha” a Netflix Original, “Hunter X Hunter” and “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures” for Cartoon Network and has two, soon to be announced Netflix Original animated series premiering in the spring and summer of 2018.
Kyle McCarley grew up (but not really) in Kansas and moved to Los Angeles at age 18 to study acting. After getting hooked on playing World of Warcraft with his buddies, he co-wrote, co-directed, and voiced several characters in a fan-made online radio play loosely set in that universe. Once he finished his Theatre degree at the University of Southern California, he decided to further pursue that passion in the form of a career in voice acting. Kyle’s voice can now be heard in anime, video games, cartoons, audiobooks, live action dubs, TV and radio commercials, industrial ads, and even a talking toy plunger.
Notable anime credits include Mikazuki Augus in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama in Mob Psycho 100, Narancia Ghirga in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Red Blood Cell AA2153 in Cells at Work: Code Black, Koku in B: The Beginning, Ryo in Devilman Crybaby, Joe Shimamura, a.k.a. 009, in Cyborg 009: Call of Justice, Aoba Kuronuma in Durarara!!x2, Shinji Matou in Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, Ryota Watari in Your Lie in April, Helbram in Seven Deadly Sins, Claudia Hodgins in Violet Evergarden, John Steinbeck in Bungo Stray Dogs, Iruka Umino in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Gran in Granblue Fantasy: The Animation, Kirii in Blame!, Joichiro Nishi in Gantz: O, Silas Norman in The Asterisk War, and Ikuya Ogura in Ajin: Demi-Human.
Kyle’s video game credits include Android 9S in NieR: Automata, Alm in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, Harry Potter in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, Wataru in Scarlet Nexus, Hal in Astral Chain, Zeke in God Eater 3, Gatekeeper in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Ei Sekigahara in 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, Baron in Shadowverse, Wizard Cookie in Cookie Run Kingdom, Hyde from Under Night In-Birth in BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Zeroken in Disgaea 5, Haruto Higurashi in Zanki Zero, Daniel in Unepic, Seilong and Kir in Summon Night 6, Oz, the Trickster in Atlas Reactor, and various characters in Elder Scrolls Online, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Last of Us Part 2, Legends of Runeterra, Final Fantasy XV, Tales of Berseria, God Eater 2: Rage Burst, Grand Kingdom, and Omega Quintet.
A full list of Kyle’s credits is available at KyleMcCarley.com, and if you follow him on Twitter (@kylemccarley), Twitch (twitch.tv/kylemccarley), or like his Facebook page (facebook.com/kylemccarleyvo), you can keep up with all his excitement (or lack thereof).
Katelyn Gault grew up near Seal Beach, California. From an early age, Katelyn developed an affinity for the performing arts. She studied piano and eventually classical voice, and participated in several theatre productions and show choir shows. Katelyn went on to earn her B.F.A. in Theatre Performance from Chapman University. She then moved to Los Angeles, and has been pursuing her passion for acting and storytelling ever since.
Katelyn works in film, television, voiceover and theatre. Most notable VO credits include: Kisara in Tales of Arise, Rondine in Monster Hunter Rise, Fenneko in Aggretsuko, Tanith in Fire Emblem Heroes and more!
She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and fur babies. For more information about Katelyn you can visit her imdb page: imdb.me/katelyngault or her website: www.katelyngault.com. You can also follow her on Twitter: @katelyn_gault.