Ani-Jam is Proud to Announce Chris Patton as a Guest of Honor
Fresno, CA - April 3, 2013 - Ani-Jam, Fresno's premiere anime convention is proud to announce that voice actor Chris Patton will be a Guest of Honor at 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).
Chris Patton is one of the veteran voice actors in America who is best known for his role as Greed on “Fullmetal Alchemist” and “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood”, Shin Kazama in “Area 88”, Ayato Kamina in “RahXephon”, Keima Katsuragi in “The World God Only Knows” and Sho Fukamachi/Guyver I in “Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor”.
Chris also has done the voices for Graham Spector in “Baccano!”, Daley Wong in “Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040”, Turles in “Dragon Ball Z Movie 3: The Tree of Might”, Minami “Ikki” Itsuki in “Air Gear”, Hajime Aoyama in “Ghost Stories”, Kato in “Nabari no Ou”, Susumu Yamazaki in “Peacemaker”, Seishiro Natsume in “Princess Nine”, J.C. in “Red Garden”, Gourry in the “Slayers Premium” movie, Yuto K. Steel in “Solty Rei”, Reiji Sagaya in “Tokyo Majin”, Ranmaru Morii in “The Wallflower”, Oboro in “Utawarerumono”, Tatsuhiro Sato in the “Welcome to the NHK” and Maxmillian Jenius in the “Super Dimension Fortress Macross” TV Series.
Chris Patton joins previously announced Guest of Honors, voice actress Cynthia Martinez, voice actor Greg Ayres and veteran animator and author, Aimee Major Steinberger (“The Simpsons” and “Futurama”).
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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