Cristina Vee

Cristina Vee is an anime and video game voice actress residing near Los Angeles, California. Her story from a anime fan and cosplayer to a professional voice actress and singer is a unique one. She dreamed of becoming a voice actress years before she was discovered by Bang Zoom Entertainment at Anime Expo at the ripe young age of 16. Now she has starred in anime such as Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha as the titular character, Rozen Maiden as Kanaria, The Familiar of Zero as Louise, Aika in Aika R-16, and she is the announced voice of Mio Akiyama in K-ON. Other anime roles include parts in Kannazuki no Miko, Hare + Guu, and The Blade of the Immortal. She also has voiced for popular video games such as Luminous Arc 2 (Sylphy), Rune Factory Frontier (Cinnamon), Blazblue and its sequel (Noel, Mu-12, Nu-13, Lambda-11), Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow (Kluke), Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (Anri). She also is the announcer for several Purikura photobooth machines.
Cristina has also gained popularity through her YouTube channel as MilkyCabbage and ValliereVee with her English dubs and Japanese covers of anime songs. Her accounts combined have accumulated 30,000 subscribers and nearly 10 million views. In front of the camera, she has co-hosted AnimeTV and the Funimation On Demand recaps with Johnny Yong Bosch and Jonathan Meza. She helped promote Haruhi Suzumiya season 2 in the Adventures of the ASOS Brigade (as Haruhi Suzumiya).

Jessie Flower

Jessie Flower is an American voice actress who is most well known as the voice of Toph Bei Fong in the animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. She also voiced the character Meng in the season one episode “The Fortuneteller”. Jessie’s voice can be heard on TV shows, movies and radio advertisements. Some of the movies she has voiced are, “Finding Nemo”, “Spider Man 2”, “Son of the Mask”, and “The Bad News Bears”. You can also hear Jessie in Disney’s animated comedies, “Kronk’s New Groove” and the “The Emperor’s New School” where she is the voice of Chaca.

Jack De Sena

Jack De Sena is an American screen and voice actor. He did voice work for the Nickelodeon series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, where he was the voice of Sokka. He is also known for his work on the sketch comedy series All That, having joined the show’s cast at the start of its 7th season in 2001. Recently DeSena has been working on the online mockumentary web series Dorm Life which is a 2008 Webby Honoree for Best Writing and Comedy: Individual Short or Episode.

Mark Allen, Jr.

Mark Allen, Jr. has been chasing his dreams for many years, and just recently has been able to grasp them. He has had the opportunity to participate in many online radioplays and original projects, including Pendant Audio’s Genesis Avalon and Seminar, Mac Ha’s Endless Blue, and CJ Workshop’s Obscurity in which he plays several main roles. He has also had the opportunity to be involved in the recording process for several games and anime. Mark is excited to be attending Mizuumi-con as his first guest appearance at a convention.

Samantha Inoue-Harte

Samantha Inoue-Harte is the quintessential Renaissance woman in the Anime Industry: she is an Anime/Live-Action actress, an Animation Instructor, and President of Saiko Studios, LLC. where she directs and produces original Anime. Samantha’s voice can be heard in well over 40 Animated and Live-action movies and television series.

Nocturnal Sol

Nocturnal Sol – (“Nocturnal”, of the night and “Sol”, the Spanish word for our Sun) was started to bring the love of fire dancing to the masses. Beginning with only two members, they have now expanded to seven stunning performers. The popular troupe goes to great lengths to ensure that
they can safely bring their love of fire to South Texas.