Guest Talent


At AVOX, fans will be treated to special appearances, unique performances,
exclusive panels, private signings, and sneak peeks as more than 100 of the biggest names in voice acting share the convention with their fans.


Exclusive panels, live performances, voice workshops, and classes will give fans a personal opportunity to meet their favorite stars, as creators and performers share their talents, experiences and professional advice.


Dave Wittenberg

Final Fantasy, Naruto, Spider-Man

Over his 20 year career, Dave Wittenberg has brought to life a wide variety of anime, video game and original animated characters.

To name a few:  
Kakashi Hatake (Naruto), Kefka Palazzo (Final Fantasy),  Sora (.hack//SIGN), Vision, Toad and Green Goblin (Marvel),  Scarecrow (Lego Batman), and Trigger Happy (Skylanders).  


He is fortunate to continue to bring joy to fans around the world through countless accents and his unique take on every character he voices.


David Lodge

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Persona 5, Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy, Bleach

Fan Favorites: Jeralt, Yarrow, Jiraiya, Ivern, Kenpachi, Galio, Grigori, Nazgrim, Archimonde, Tenderheart, Voyd, Cid, Bahamut, Vyv, Wedge Kincaid, Simmons, Puppet-Mon, Lockheart, Riggs, Luxor & Sett, Magnus, Rocky Balboa, Louisoix, Forrest Kassen, Shax, Ling Tong, Toothpick, Superman,  Magic Gnome, General Renmus, Dragon Nahafahlaar, Ymir the Butcher… and the list goes on.


Ellyn Stern

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Pokemon, Lupin the 3rd, Ghost in the Shell

Ellyn began her acting career at the age of 12. She is a classically trained actress, voice actress, director and writer, whose career spans film, television and stage.   She has voiced hundreds of characters in Games, Animation, Anime and live action.


Elizabeth Maxwell

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Persona 5, My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan

Elizabeth Maxwell is an accomplished actress of the voice and screen, and a life-long lover of
all things geek. Notable anime titles include My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball Super, Attack on
Titan, and RWBY. Video game credits include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Persona 5, Just Cause 4, and Battleborn


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Salli Saffioti

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Monster Hunter World, Resident Evil, Fire Emblem

Salli Saffioti is a theatre actress from New York where she trained and performed in over 50 indie films and plays.  Upon moving to Los Angeles she continued those pursuits and added guest starring on many on camera TV shows and then landed in voiceover.  She has voiced numerous commercial campaigns,  voiced hundreds video game characters in a myriad of games, held promo campaigns, been on many well known animated series and does a fair amount of voice matching for all sorts of things. 


Linsay Rousseau

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Fallout 76, Rage 2, Sailor Moon, Transformers War for Cybertron

Linsay Rousseau is an actor, voice-over and performance capture artist best known as the voice of Elita-1 in “Transformers: War for Cybertron” on Netflix. She also works extensively in video games and can be heard as the female player and numerous other voices in Fallout 76 as well as voices in Rage 2, NBA 2K20, Westworld Awakening, Hearthstone, Elder Scrolls Fall of the Dark Brotherhood and coming soon, Deathloop and Crucible. On screen she’s been featured in episodes of NCIS, Seal Team and General Hospital.

“You can see her streaming Dungeons and Dragons on Twitch every Monday for Fabled42.”



Xander Mobus

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Persona 5, Trails of Cold Steel, Super Smash Bros, Sinking City, Fire Emblem, Naruto

Xander Mobus (born July 8, 1992) is an American voice actor, who is known for his work in English-dubbed anime and video games. In 2014, he voiced the announcer and the characters Master Hand and Crazy Hand in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and returned for the role in 2018's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He also voices Christo in Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance and Joker in Persona 5.[1] He voice acted various comedic requests through social media during this period, such as singing the Pokémon Theme in the Super Smash Bros. announcer's voice.

Steve Prince

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Catherine, Naruto, Bleach, Hunter X Hunter

Derek Stephen Prince is most noted for his roles as Shino Aburame from Naruto/Boruto, Vexen from the Kingdom Hearts franchise, Kokichi Oma from Danganronpa V3, Uryu Ishida from Bleach and Iggy the Boston Terrier from Jojo's Bizarre Adventures: Stardust Crusaders.



D.C. Douglas

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Resident Evil, Persona 5, Mass Effect

Known as the chilling voice of Yoshikage Kira in "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure,” Albert Wesker in "Resident Evil" games for over a decade, Legion in "Mass Effect 2/3," Kamoshida in "Persona 5," Chase in "Transformers: Rescue Bots" plus on-camera appearances in "Sharknado 2,"Star Trek Enterprise,” and "Z Nation”



Dave Mitchell

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Fire Emblem, Metro, Dynasty Warriors

David B. Mitchell is an American voice actor and musician from Tullahoma, Tennessee. Since beginning his professional voiceover career in 1997, his voice has appeared in hundreds of projects in film, television, animation, video games, audiobooks and on the Internet. He co-starred on Comedy Central’s Lil' Bush and was heard as the announcer in California Milk Advisory Board's series of "Happy Cows" commercials.[citation needed] He become as the best voice actor of Liu Bei in Dynasty Warriors series.

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Kyle Hebert

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Persona 5, Street Fighter, DragonBall Z

Kyle Hebert is a twenty year voice acting veteran, best known as the Narrator and adult Gohan from Dragonball Z, Fatgum from My Hero Academia, and Ryu from Street Fighter/Smash Bros.  He has contributed roles to such franchises as Pokemon, Sonic, Final Fantasy, Resident Evil, Naruto, Bleach, Fire Emblem, and many more.  Kyle is highly active on social media and loves interacting with fans.