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EXP Con Year 6 – November 9th-11th, 2018 – St. Augustine, Florida

Bryce Papenbrook has been a professional voice over artist since the age of eight. He was introduced to the voice acting scene by his father, Bob Papenbrook, and has continued the trade in his footsteps.

Bryce has performed in numerous video games, cartoons, and television shows. Some recent roles include Eren in Attack on Titan & Attack on Titan Jr High, Kirito in Sword Art Online & Sword Art Online II, Rin Okumura in Blue Exorcist, Shirou Emiya in Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, Rokuro Enmado in Twin Star Exorcists, Wol in Mobius Final Fantasy, Meliodas & Love Helm in The Seven Deadly Sins, Chooki & Lydendor in Tenkai Knights, Red in Pokémon Origins, Machina Kunagiri in Final Fantasy Type-0, Caesar Zeppeli in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Masaomi Kida & Turquoise Biker in Durarara!! & Durarara!! X2, Theodore in Persona Q, Makoto Naegi & Nagito Komaeda in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Danganronpa: The Animation, Super Danganronpa 2 & Danganronpa 3, Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma in Kuromukuro, Kaito in Ajin: Demi-Human, Staz Charlie Blood in Blood Lad, Adrien aka Cat Noir in Miraculous Ladybug, Eugene Sevenstark in Mobile Suit Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans, Clay Sizemore in Soul Eater Not!, Calm Craftman in Aldnoah.Zero, Kanata Kujo in Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, Wataru Asahina in Brothers Conflict, Kaname Isaki in A Lull in the Sea, Numerous roles in Call of Duty : Ghosts, Tiz Arrior in Bravely Default, Adol Christin in Ys: Memories of Celceta, Inky in Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Game, Black Ranger in the Power Rangers Megaforce Game, Sultan in Disney Princess Palace Pets, Lest in Rune Factory 4, Henry in Fire Emblem Awakening, Issachar in Shin Megami Tensei IV, Asbel Lhant in Tales of Graces F, Zidane Tribal in Final Fantasy Dissidia 012, and Guan Ping in Dynasty Warriors. Past leading roles include Shugo in .hack//Sign Legend of the Twilight, Jack in MAR, Jack Russell in Radiata Stories, Hanabusa Aido in Vampire Knight, and Isami Fujiwara in Noein.

You can follow Bryce on Unlocked at https://unlock.app.link/BrycePapenbrook, Facebook at http://facebook.com/ActorBrycePapenbrook, @BrycePapenbrook on Twitter, and @BrycePapenbrook on Instagram!

Martinet’s video game voice over debut was as Mario in the 1995 Windows release of Interplay’s game Mario’s FUNdamentals. However, most were first exposed to Mario’s voice in the landmark 1996 game Super Mario 64. He has voiced Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, Toadsworth, Baby Mario, and Baby Luigi in most games where in these characters speak. His voice work appears in the English and Japanese-language versions of the games, albeit his work is always in English (regardless of the Italian references whenever he voices Mario and related characters).

Martinet also provided voiceover acting for the boxers and the announcer in the Super NES title Super Punch-Out!!. He also voiced the character Vigoro in Sega’s Dreamcast and Nintendo GameCube RPG, Skies of Arcadia.

Cherami Leigh Kuehn (born July 19, 1988) is an American actress who was born in Dallas, Texas. She attended Hebron High School in Carrollton. Kuehn has provided voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime series and video games with Funimation, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, and Studiopolis. Some of her major roles include: Sae Kashiwagi in Peach Girl, Cecily Campbell in The Sacred Blacksmith, Tamaki Kawazoe in Bamboo Blade, Patty Thompson in Soul Eater, Lucy Heartfilia in Fairy Tail, Asuna Yuuki in Sword Art Online, Airi Katagiri in Erased, Plutia from the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Sarada Uchiha in Boruto, Makoto Nijima in Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 5, A2 in Nier:Automata, Gaige in Borderlands 2, Elicia Hughes in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and Sailor Venus in the Viz Media dub of Sailor Moon. 

On screen, she played a young LeAnn Rimes in the television special Holiday in Your Heart and Kim in Fast Food Nation. In 2014, she had the lead role in Shane Dawson’s movie Not Cool, which he developed for the reality competition television series The Chair. 

Doug Cockle is an American actor, director and acting teacher living in the United Kingdom. For over 20 years he has worked in theatre, film, television, radio, video games and corporate video. Doug was also the Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Acting degree at the Arts University Bournemouth from 2005 to 2017.

Doug has worked extensively in the video games industry and is primarily known for his work as Geralt of Rivia in the Witcher video game series. Doug has been the voice of Geralt since the series began in 2007 and has been nominated for several awards for his work with this character. These include: BAFTA – Games Awards, Performer, 2016, LA Game Awards – Best Performance, 2015, DICE Awards – Outstanding Achievement in Character, 2016. He also won the following awards: NAVGTR Awards (National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers) – Performance in a Drama, Lead (Witcher 3, 2016) and Golden Joystick Awards – Best Performance (Witcher 3, Blood and Wine Expansion, 2016).

Doug has also lent his voice to various characters in popular games such as The Division, Quantum Break, and Horizon: Zero Dawn.

Teacher, Rapper…Hero, Mega Ran 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. 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. Mega 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, Random 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 over 3 million YouTube views and a legion of smart art fans he calls “Team Mega” beside him, the future looks brighter than ever.