Anjali is well known in the gaming community as the voice of Symmetra, the light bending architect in Overwatch, as well as Rampart in Apex Legends, Head Cleric in The Legend of Vox Machina, Nisha in Fallout:4 Nuka World, Kala in Indivisible, the strong-headed sniper Stingray in We’re Alive: Frontier on Geek and Sundry, and the feisty Miriam on UnDeadwood and Fy’ra Rai on Exandria Unlimited by Critical Role Studios.
Television audiences know her As Nina Patel on Modern Family and Joya in Alex, Inc., both on ABC, as well as shows such as S.W.A.T., Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, Silicon Valley, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Grace and Frankie, and many many more. On Broadway she has been seen as Bollywood diva Rani in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Bombay Dreams and as Myrrha and others in Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses.
She is the creator of the I Am Fun Size series on YouTube, created to help people find the fullest lives they can through life’s challenges.
$130 / 3 Hours
Brittany has directed and cast for various anime and game titles since graduating SUNY Geneseo in 2014, and she wouldn’t want it any other way! Some notable production credits include the award-winning cyperpunk thriller Akudama Drive, the cinematic space opera Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These, the heartwarming tales of pet ownership of She and Her Cat -everything flows-, the intriguing story of Minotaur, the historic release of Ai no Kusabi, and goofy anime series including Hensuki, Ladies versus Butlers, Juden-Chan Recharged and World War Blue. She has worked in-house at studios such as Media Blasters, Okratron 5000 and Funimation as a director and has assistant directed on over 100 episodes of anime.
It’s rare to find Brittany not engrossed in her work, since she does everything from administrative work to voice over to directing and casting. However, in her free time she enjoys playing with her Shiba Inu puppy, playing World of Warcraft, and cooking goodies. You can catch her voice in apps (My Little Pony/Transformers), games, and anime for Media Blasters, Funimation, Sentai Filmworks, Bang Zoom, Pokemon XY and more.
$100 / 2 Hours
Elley Ray has performed in literally thousands of commercials, animated series, animated movies and games. She appears in hundreds of theatrical productions, TV series, and films.
In animation, Elley voices delightful characters on My Little Pony, The Becky and Bagel Show, Corn & Peg, Hotel Transylvania, Cyberchase and Arthur, with some surprises coming up (NDA!). She also narrates the TV Series, Guilty Rich.
Recently, three shows Elley voiced were nominated for the Canadian Screen Awards: The Cat in the Hat Halloween Special (where she sings with Martin Short); The Wide World of Wandering Wenda by Margaret Atwood (as the yodelling Yolanda Yukihosen), and Shuyan Saga, an interactive game for which she played 30 characters. Elley also voices frequently for Ubisoft.
On camera, she stars as Warden Dungworth in the comedy series Pink is In, and plays guest lead in Carter. Recent commercial credits include Belair Insurance and Subaru.
Elley juries the EMMY AWARDS for Best Animated Series and Best Voice.
$100 / 2 Hours
Keith Norton, a Voice One alumnus, has built himself a dual-career as a professional fund-raiser and voice actor. His clients include Google, PenFed, T. Rowe Price, EBay, the Golden State Warriors, as well as a host of universities and start-ups. In addition, Keith has provided his voice for cartoons (Go! Go! Cory Carson), audiobooks, and documentaries. Recently, Keith was the featured voice actor in a Super Bowl commercial for PenFed.
In addition to working closely with his talent agents, Keith has built his business on leveraging his personal network and social media. Keith cites his energy and enthusiasm for connecting with people, both in person and virtually, as his keys for success.
$100 / 2 Hours
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