Ani-Jam is Proud to Announce the Return of Greg Ayres as Guest of Honor

Mar 14th 2013

Fresno, CA - Ani-Jam, Fresno's premiere anime convention is proud to announce that voice actor Greg Ayres will be returning as a Guest of Honor to Ani-Jam 2013 this summer.

The two-day event will be held on August 17-18 at the Valdez Hall (at the Fresno Convention Center).

Greg Ayres has been a fan favorite and returning guest at Ani-Jam for the last three years. Recently, Greg did the voices for Keisaku Sato in the “Shakugan no Shana” TV series, Kouta Tsuchiya in the “Baka and Test - Summon the Beasts” TV series, Tomoki Sakurai in “Heaven's Lost Property” TV series and film and as the villainous Tommyrod in the “Toriko” TV series.

Ayres has also played characters such as Kenta Nakamura in “Initial D”, Uesugi Kenshin in “Sengoku Basara," Seikechi Tayama in “Oh! Edo Rocket” and Negi Springfield in “Negima!." Ayres has also done the voice for Son Goku in “Saiyuki," Kaoru Hitachiin in “Ouran High School Host Club," Yuki in “The Wallflower,", Leo in “Ghost Stories," Satoshi Hiwatari in “D.N.Angel," Heihachi in “Samurai 7," Tsujido in “Speed Grapher” and many more animated series.

Greg Ayres joins previously announced Guest of Honor, veteran animator and author, Aimee Major Steinberger (“The Simpsons” and “Futurama”).

More information about Ani-Jam can be found online at http://ani-jam.com or on our Ani-Jam News site at http://ani-jam.tumblr.com.

About Ani-Jam

Ani-Jam is a two-day convention held annually that celebrates Japanese animation and East Asian pop culture. The two-day convention brings in over a thousand people from the valley and throughout the state to participate in cosplay and costuming events, panels featuring our special guests of honor, concerts, screenings, game tournaments and more. In 2013, Ani-Jam will be celebrating it's 10th year anniversary. Ani-Jam is a local business owned by businessman Antonio Airoso and is an event that is directed by an all volunteer, unpaid staff.

For more information about Ani-Jam, please visit http://ani-jam.com.


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