Reggaeton singer, Adassa, has toured and collaborated with multiple artists such as Daddy Yankee, Lil Flip, Pitbull, Ivy Queen, Don Omar, and many more.
Her 2005 single “De Tra” reached No. 40 on Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay chart and is well known for her singles “Dancing Alone” & “Little White Lies”, held top positions on the German dance charts in early 2013.
Her latest venture has landed her on the Disney animated feature film Encanto as the voice of Dolores Madrigal and best known for singing “We Dont Talk About Bruno”/
Henderson tends to be cast as mature and flirtatious women, young boys and teenage girls, as well as foreign women and motherly figures. Her best known roles are Kid Goku and Kid Gohan in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, Shenhua in Black Lagoon, Sachiko Yagami in Death Note, Lucrezia Noin in Gundam Wing and Oxnard in Hamtaro. She’s the daughter of Bill Henderson, the lead guitarist and singer of the Canadian rock band Chilliwack, and has a younger sister named Camille, who is also a singer.
Henderson has appeared in live-action work roles, (including a brief appearance in The Fly II as Veronica Quaife replacing Geena Davis who had starred in the first film), the romantic comedy Cousins as Terri Costello, and Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan as rocker J.J. who is killed by Jason Voorhees with her own guitar.
Canadian voice actor, Brian Drummond joins Comic Conroe 2022! Most well known for his role as Vegeta, Yajirobe, and Vegito in the Ocean Studios English dub of the anime series Dragon Ball Z. Brian Drummond has voiced numerous roles in multiple shows including Death Note, InuYasha, X-Men: Evolution, Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and many more.
Christina Kelly is can American actress and voice actress for Sentai Filmworks and Funimation Entertainment.
Her roles in anime include Koko Kaga in, Golden Time, Ichika Takatsuki in, Waiting In the Summer, Yumiko Miura in, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Fu Sagami in, Release the Spyce, Iroha Igarashi in, Real Girl, Claudine in, Revue Starlight, Sylphonford Tachibana in, Himouto! Umaru-chan, Yamato in Kancolle, Loki in, Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon?, Satone Shichimiya in Love Chunibyo and Other Delusions- Heart Throb, Mine in Akame Ga Kill and Alice Nakiri in Food Wars! Which is currently featured on Cartoon Network for Adult Swims Toonami.
Behind the Voice Actors nominated Christina for Breakthrough Voice Actress of the year in 2015 and 2017 for Best Supporting Role in Himouto Umaru-Chan.
Brian Dobson is a Canadian voice actor, who works for Ocean Studios and various other studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He voiced Ben “The Thing” Grimm in Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes, Skeletor in He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Majin Buu and Dr. Gero in the Ocean dub of Dragon Ball Z, Red Alert in Transformers: Armada and Transformers: Cybertron, Muso in Inuyasha and Martin DaCosta in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SEED Destiny Zugu, Ronan, Soul Archer, a Ninjdroid Sentry, and Bucko in LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu.
Kohn was the voice of Lucy in four Peanuts animated television specials, It’s a Mystery, Charlie Brown and It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown from 1974 and Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown and You’re a Good Sport, Charlie Brown from 1975. She returned to voice Lucy again in the 1977 movie, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown.
John Gremillion is an American voice actor who works for Funimation and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks. He has provided voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime series and video games; notable credits include Go Mutsugi from Area 88, Yamato Hotsuin from Devil Survivor 2: The Animation, Schawanheld Bulge from Galaxy Railways, Chuen Otoko from Five Numbers, Dracule Mihawk from One Piece, and Hakuoro from Utawarerumono.
Steve Andreno is an actor, known for Enter the Power Surge, Power Rangers Masterforce Presents: Balance of Power and Power Rangers Masterforce (2020). Steve Andreno was the suit actor for Baboo in Seasons 2 and 3 of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers
JOHN SWASEY (CANCELLED)