Kristi is a voice actor who is best known for Ilulu in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Rozie in Dragon Ball Super, Rose in Combatants Will Be Dispatched!, Minami Hokutozai in Dr. Stone: Stone Wars, Hornet and Yamashiro in Azur Lane, Ren Sin in Back Arrow, Edelgard in How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord, Matsuri Mizusawa in Citrus, Karin Sarayashiki in The Ones Within, Lutz Nishigori in Yuri!!! on Ice, plus many more shows including My Hero Academia, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Fruits Basket, Fairy Tail and even video games where you can hear her in Smite! She loves horror, video games, gross stuff, red bean sesame balls, cute cupcakes, whatever-she-finds-in-the-closet cosplay, and her cat Dottie. She also teaches and works at a radio station in her hometown of Durant, Oklahoma where you can hear her morning show from 6a-9a on B99.7 the Buzz! A voice actor AND a radio jock? Safe to say she never gets tired of talking so she'd love to meet you!"
Classically trained and star of stage and screen, child-actor, writer, and cosplayer, Jonni Shandor has been involved with theater and film since she was six years old.
When she's not reviewing horror movies and books on her YouTube channel - Monkey Vader - she spends her time actually acting in movies, creating challenging cosplays with her movie prop designer and builder father, and performing 80’s metal songs on stage as well as hosting horror events and writing her own films. Jonni won 2020’s Midwest Scream Queen and just recently filmed as the lead to a new SAG family Christmas film, The Rose Wagon.
Jonni's passion for acting and performing has brought her a whole new love for the film industry. During quarantine, while all her film opportunities were postponed, she took advantage of the time off and at just eight years old. Jonni ended up writing and directing her own films, 'There's an Alien in My Backyard', and 'Should We Be Doing This?'. Jonni Shandor also found herself as the star of a one-person variety show, 'Scary Haggis', a children’s horror comedy where she was able to become familiar with being in front of, and behind the camera.
You can find Jonni on several feature films including the Christmas horror film, “He Knows”, the horror-comedy, “The Embalmers”, and she will begin filming “Live, Laugh, Die” this spring.
Melanie is a native of San Francisco and now lives near Houston. She voiced Lucy van Pelt in the Peanuts specials from 1974-1977. She was the fifth and longest running Lucy voice.
Her shows were:
Be my Valentine, Charlie Brown
It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown
It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown
You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown
Her movie was:
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown
Carey Means has been the voice of Frylock on the Adult Swim TV show Aqua Teen Hunger Force (aka "Aqua TV Show Show"). His career also includes having been in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the Atlanta Opera Chorus. He has also performed on stage at the Georgia Renaissance festival as Sir Richard Do Good. Carey is also a classically trained Shakespearean actor who hails originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He has performed with Theatre of the Stars in such productions as South Pacific and with Actors Express in It's a Wonderful Town. His many talents include acting, voice overs, singing, and dancing.
DUE TO RECORDING SCHEDULES KRISTI HAD TO POSTPONE HER VISIT TO 2023
Longtime professional actor, screenwriter and film director Dylan
Kussman got his big break as Richard Cameron in 1989’s Dead Poets
Society. He has since appeared in numerous feature films, including
Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken, Jack Reacher, Flight, X2, The Way of the
Gun, The Mule and Richard Jewell, and has worked alongside such
cinematic luminaries as Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Clint
Eastwood, Hugh Jackman, Benicio Del Toro, Brian Cox, Kathy Bates,
James Caan, Alfre Woodard, and the late Robin Williams. His
television acting credits include The X Files, Monk, House, Drop Dead
Diva and many others. A member of the Writers Guild of America
since 2005, he shares screenplay credit on 2017’s The Mummy
starring Tom Cruise, for whom he also worked as a production writer
on Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation and Mission: Impossible —
Fallout. Dylan recently directed his first full-length feature, 2016’s
Wrestling Jerusalem, and is the writer, director and star of the award-
winning Web series The Steps. He lives in Chattanooga, TN.
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