I’ve been in Rhode Island for 6 weeks taking care of parents. But now I’m back and looking to get connected again. I’m still coming up high in Google under anime voice actor thanks to all of you out there. I am hoping that with the terrible tragedy that happened in Japan, that the anime […]
One of my fans posted a pretty cool Robotech video in memory of its producer-writer Carl Macek. Check it out. Jason writes: For all the Robotech fans, This is my resolution to the question of “where is the SDF2?” I made many composites, new scenes, and an enriched sound fx bed. Dedicated in memory of […]
I thought this was an interesting article on the future of anime in the Japan Times Online. Kind of scary! By ALEX MARTIN Staff writer After graduating from Tokyo Animator College, Yuko Matsui began working at a midscale animation production agency. Two years later, she earns roughly ¥80,000 a month, averaging 10 hours a day […]
This morning I’m kind of bleary-eyed because I definitely stayed up past my bedtime. Last night we celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Robotech at the AirTel Hotel in Van Nuys, California, and almost all the remaining voice actors attended. Greg Snegoff even flew in from Italy. Fans came from all over, one as far as […]
I wanted to thank Dante for sending me this photo of Mari Iijima and myself at Sacanime 2010. We had a great time there. Mari did a concert that the fans thoroughly enjoyed. We did a panel together and sat together for autographs. For those who are not aware, we both played the character of […]
I just came back from SACANIME where I appeared on Sept 3-5th 2010. Other guests included Steve Blum, Ali Hillis, Liam O’Brian and Mari Ijima. This was the first time I appeared with Mari. We both played the part of Minmei. She did the original Japanese version Macross, and I did Robotech.
I spent Sunday with the voice cast from the hit series Power Rangers. I did voice overs on the show for at least 10 years from the very first session until they went to film in New Zealand. It was great to see all my friends again. We had Richard Epcar, Barbara Goodson (Rita Repulsa) […]