Anime USA Welcomes Richard Ian CoxSep 24th 2012
Voice Actor to Appear at Anime USA 2012
Richard Ian Cox has been acting in film and television since the late 1700's. Understandably, work was hard to come by in the early days before the invention of either medium. It wasn't until the release of the first talkies in 1927 that Richard's career started to show signs of life. He first became known to the viewing public with the airing of The Adventures of the Black Stallion in 1990. Richard's modern career has included regular stints on Cold Squad, Beggars and Choosers, Breaker High, as well as guest starring roles on Stargate: SG1, Stargate: Atlantis, Eureka, Fringe, Once Upon a Time and films including Alive, R.V., Battle in Seattle, Ghost Rider.
Richard has also enjoyed a varied career in animation . . . well not the animation part, the talking part. Roles in Ranma ½, InuYasha, Botsmaster, Trouble Chocolate, First Gundam, Mega Man, Gundam Seed, Hamtaro, Gundam 00, Being Ian, X-Men Evolution, Will and Dewitt, Care Bears, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic . . . and a bunch of other stuff has earned Richard a reputation as a guy who knows which end of a mic to speak into. These days Richard is hard at work trying to solve the current economic crisis. He's pretty sure it involves jelly beans. Check Richard out on Facebook, Twitter, and on his website at www.richardiancox.com.
For biographical information and pictures, please check out our Guests page at http:// animeusa.org/guests.
About Anime USA: In 1999 Anime USA began as a northern Virginia convention started by fans, and in 2004 become a non-profit educational organization. Our mission is to educate the public about and promote Japanese arts and popular culture. As in the beginning, we remain a convention of fans, by fans, and for fans. Anime USA is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit.
Anime USA 2012 will be held November 9-11 in our new location: the Marriott Wardham Park in Washington, D.C. For more information and to register for the convention, visit us at www.animeusa.org.