Anime Conji Announces Voice Actor Cassandra Lee as Guest of HonorMar 21st 2013
SAN DIEGO, CA, March 21st, 2013 – Anime Conji, San Diego's Anime Convention, announces Voice Actor Cassandra Lee as a Guest of Honor! Best known for roles including Kyubey in Madoka Magica, Ritsu in K-On!, and Saki in Durarara!, Ms. Lee also has an extensive background in video game and voiceover work.
Cassandra Lee got her start on Yu-Gi-Oh! GX as Yubel, and later as twins Leo and Luna on Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. Other notable anime credits include Yuki-Onna in Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Aika in Persona 4, Teo in Oblivion Island, Uppi in Slayers Revolution and Mayu in Kurokami.
Ms. Lee's work in video games includes Leifang in Dead or Alive 5, Totori in Atelier Totori: Adventurer of Arland, Sophie in Tales of Graces f, Lapis in Unchained Blades and Gust in Hyperdimension Neptunia. Other voiceover projects include the voice of Mattel's Fijit doll Serafina (which won 2012 Toy of the Year) and Lola in the series Angelo Rules.
Cassandra also traveled around the U.S. performing as Ritsu in the live version of the K-On! band, After School Tea Time. When she's not acting, Cassandra is throwing parties as one-half of the DJ duo Kittypillaz.
Anime Conji is pleased to welcome Cassandra Lee as a Guest of Honor to AC2013, coming to the Town and Country Resort in San Diego April 12th-14th! Additional guest announcements coming soon!
About Anime Conji
The newest project managed by the SPJA, Anime Conji (AC) is an annual convention held in San Diego at the Town and Country Resort and Conference Center. Now in its fourth year, Anime Conji has rapidly grown to become the premiere anime and Japanese pop culture event in the San Diego area, bringing together cosplayers, gamers, and anime fans for a weekend celebrating the best in Japanese culture and entertainment. To register, or for more information, please visit the official website.
About the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation
The SPJA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to popularize and educate the American public about Japanese entertainment culture, as well as provide a forum to facilitate communication between professionals and fans. For more information, please visit the SPJA website.