Best known as the English voice of Asuka in ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’, Tiffany Grant was the first anime voice actor ever hired in Texas [February, 1994]. She has now voiced characters in over 1200 TV episodes, OVAs & movies, including Nojiko in ‘One Piece’, Altena in ‘Noir’, and Ryoko Subaru in ‘Martian Successor Nadesico’.
With over 1000 films and TV episodes to his credit, Matt Greenfield has been writing, directing and producing both animated and live-action programming (plus the occasional comic book) since the dawn of time. He is best known for his work in producing the English-language versions of many popular Japanese anime, most notably ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’.
Kyle Hebert started making waves after securing an internship for 'ABC Radio Network' in Dallas, going on to become an on-air talent for ‘Z Rock’ and a DJ for ‘Radio Disney’. He formally entered the anime and video game world as a voice actor in 2000, and has since held major voice acting roles such as 'the Narrator' and 'Teen Gohan' from the Funimation dub of ‘Dragonball Z’.
Some of his other notable voice credits include Kiba from ‘Naruto’; Aizen from ‘Bleach’; Ezreal, Jarvan and Graves from ‘League of Legends’; and Kamina from ‘Gurren Lagann’. He can also be heard in numerous video game franchises such as ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’, ‘Final Fantasy’, ‘World of Warcraft’, ‘Skylanders’, ‘Devil May Cry’, ‘Dynasty Warriors’, ‘Soul Calibur’ and ‘Resident Evil’.
Jeffrey "Chamba" Cruz is the current artist on UDON Entertainment's ‘Street Fighter’ comic series. He's had pieces in all the UDON ‘Art Of’ tribute books (including ‘Megaman’, ‘Street Fighter’ and ‘Darkstalkers’,) along with being the artist on a few of Bandai/Namco's ‘Shiftylook’ webcomics. You can check out more of his utterly amazing art at his Deviantart profile.