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PostSubject: Halo Legends Cast list   Sat Jan 30, 2010 10:57 pm

here the Cast list for Halo Legends
Halo Legends Voice Cast:

Emily Neves “Spartan” in The Babysitter
Emily Neves is a Company Artist at The Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas. She has appeared recently in Our Town (Rebecca Gibbs), The Farnsworth Invention (Pem), Rock n' Roll (Esme/Alice), The Man Who Came to Dinner (June), and other productions. Emily’s other theatre credits include The Emperor's New Clothes (Princess Liane) with the Houston Children's Theatre Festival, Broadway 2000 and Broadway 2001 (Featured Performer) with Anne Reinking's Broadway Theatre Project. Film credits include MagCrew (Addison), and ICD-10 (Julie Gates-Younger). Emily has appeared locally in commercials and as a voice artist in The Legend of the Dark King (Reina), Clannad (Kotomi), and Kiba (Karen).

Christopher Ayres “Covenant Commander” in The Package
Christopher Ayres has been working professionally in theatre, television and film since the age of 6. His work has been seen regionally, nationally and on Broadway. A prolific voice actor, Chris is best known for his roles in Gantz (Key Kourono), Speed Grapher (Suitengu), Trinity Blood (Von Kampher), Air Gear (DJ Plugman), and Devil May Cry (Sid). Chris can also be heard as the villain Wagram in the new Square Enix video game The Last Remnant.

Kalob Martinez “Cortez” in The Babysitter
Kalob Martinez has worked as an actor and director for nearly ten years. On the Houston stage, he has appeared in Homebody/Kabul as Dr. Qari Shah with Main Street Theatre, and as Lenox in Macbeth for the Houston Shakespeare Festival. Kalob has also appeared in roles for the Alley Theatre and the Houston Grand Opera. As a voice artist, Kalob can be heard in Tokyo Majin (Ryuta Yotsugi), Gilgamesh (Sex), and The Place Promised in Our Early Days (Takuya Sawatari). Kalob is recognized as an Actor/Combatant in the Society of American Fight Directors, and is proficient in seven weapons.

Andrew Love “Fred” in The Package
Andrew Love received his Bachelor of Arts from University of Houston in Acting and Directing and has been working steadily in animation for several years. His anime credits include Gilgamesh (Isamu), Guyver (Murakami), Coyote Ragtime Show (Swamp), and One Piece (Mister 5). On stage, Andrew has appeared as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet for the Houston Shakespeare Festival and as Young Ebeneezer in the Alley Theatre’s A Christmas Carol.

Josh Grelle “Haka” in The Duel
Josh Grelle has been a voice actor in such anime series as Shattered Angels (Kyoushiro), Comic Party: Revolution (Taishi), Soul Eater (Ox Ford), Pumpkin Scissors (Viscount Wolkins), and others. Josh has performed on stage at the Tin Building Theatre for over 15 years before beginning his voice acting career with ADV Films. Josh has also worked as a colorist for Marvel Comics.

Shelley Calene-Black "Cortana" in Orgins
Shelley has been a working actress for the past 15+ years with substantial credits in theatre, film, commercial and voice-over work. She began her training at the University of Houston School of Theatre, studying most notably under Jose Quintero, and the School for Film and Television, NYC, as well as with numerous recognized film and commercial coaches. As a stage actress, Shelley has performed in dozens of theatrical productions for some of the most nationally recognized theatres in Houston, including the Tony Award winning Alley Theatre, Stages Repertory Theatre, and Infernal Bridegroom Productions (of which she was a founding company member in addition to serving on the Artistic Staff). In addition to her theatrical work, Shelley has appeared in numerous films, commercials, industrial films, and voice-overs for television and radio. Her voiceover work includes approximately 100+ titles for Japanese anime features and series. She has been highlighted in Anime Insider Magazine and IGN.com as one of the "Babes of Anime" featuring "America's Hottest Voice Actresses." Additionally, Shelley works as an acting instructor for on-camera acting at Next Level Acting Studios in Houston.

David Wald “Master Chief” in The Package and Odd One Out
David Wald has voiced characters in a variety of anime, including Shadow Skill (Eigi), Air Gear (Mitsuro), Welcome To The NHK (Akira Jogasaki), Moonlight Mile (General Wakain), and Pumpkin Scissors (Metz). He lives and works in Houston as an actor in theatre, commercials, film, and as a voice-over artist. He has been a member of the acting company at the Houston Shakespeare Festival for five successive seasons, having appeared in productions including Twelfth Night, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Romeo & Juliet, The Tempest, and As You Like It. A former student of the Jazz and Studio Music program at the University of Miami, David has performed music of various styles in a host of venues in the Midwest and on the East Coast, including CBGB's Gallery and The Mercury Lounge in New York.

John Gremillion “Fal” in The Duel and “Arthur” in The Package
John Gremillion has been known as one of the most versatile voice actors in Houston for over 20 years. His work has served an impressive array of clients, from radio and television commercials (UPS, Toyota, The Texas Lottery, The Houston Museum of Natural Science) to corporate video and podcasts (Shell Oil, ExxonMobil, Halliburton, M.D. Anderson). Among his many anime voiceover credits are Appleseed: Ex Machina (Dr. Kestner), Witchblade (Muraki), and Darker Than Black (Kenneth). John attended film school at the University of Texas at Austin and the Juilliard School of Drama.

Justin Doran “Soldier” in Prototype
Justin is a Company member of the prestigious Alley Theatre. His roles include The Farnsworth Invention (Watchel), Rock ‘n’ Roll (Ferdinand), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (James), and Much Ado About Nothing (Conrad). He also appeared in the lead role of Stages production of Mr. Marmalade. Previously, Justin had performed extensively at the Will Geer Theatre in Los Angeles. His television credits include E.R., Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and According to Jim. Justin is also an adjunct faculty member at Rice University.

Chris Hutchison “ONI Commander” in Prototype
Chris Hutchison has appeared in over fifty plays in theatres around the country, including the Guthrie, Pasadena Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep, Pittsburgh Public, and Baltimore Center Stage, in variety of plays old and new from Shakespeare to Stoppard to McDonagh. He is currently in his fifth season as a member of the resident Acting company at the Tony Award-winning Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas. He has appeared off-Broadway and in other New York City theatres, most notably at Ensemble Studio Theatre, and in three productions with Obie-Award winning Keen Co. His solo performance piece, TRIP, was produced by HereArts Center in SoHo. On film and television he has been featured in Kill The Poor, Ed, Chappelle’s Show, Guiding Light, and All My Children. Chris’ anime credits include Le Chevalier d’Eon (Voronzof), Kiba (Bakam), and Appleseed: Ex Machina (Lance). He has an MFA in Acting from the University of Washington, and a BA in English from Lafayette College.

David Matranga “Sarge” in Prototype
A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, David has appeared in Lobster Alice (John Finch), Ophelia: Opera In Blue (Hamlet), 110 Flights (Patrick), and Grey Gardens (Joe Kennedy Jr.) to name but a few of his many stage roles. His voice has been the leads in many anime features and series including Orphen (Orphen), Appleseed: Ex Machina (Briareos), and Le Chevalier d’Eon (d’Eon de Beaumont). His film and television appearances include The Rejects, Law & Order, All My Children, and As The World Turns.

Melissa Davis “Han” in The Duel
In addition to her various stage work, Melissa has lent her voice to some of anime’s most popular series and films. She can be heard in such works as Red Garden (Kate Ashley), Le Chevalier d’Eon (Queen Mary Charlotte), Paniponi Dash (Kurumi Momose), Kiba (Elmeida), Gilgamesh (Cinque), and Appleseed: Ex Machina (Yoshino).

Leraldo Anzaldua “Soldier” in Prototype and “Ralph” in The Babysitter
Leraldo is a Certified Teacher of Stage Combat with the Society of American Fight Directors, and has worked with the Alley Theatre as an Actor and Fight Director a number of shows including The World Premiere of Ken Ludwig’s Treasure Island, Hitchcock Blonde, Wait Until Dark, Black Comedy, Equus and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has also collaborated with the Houston Grand Opera, Theatre Under the Stars and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival/ Foothill Theatre Co. Leraldo’s voice can be heard as the lead character in many of anime’s most popular characters, featured in such series as Kiba (Zed), Gatchaman (Ken Washio the Eagle), and Red Garden (Emilio). Leraldo has also worked as Motion Capture Fight Director and Talent for several video games, including The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay; Just Cause and Knights of the Temple: The Infernal Crusade. Leraldo has also served as a guest instructor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

Deke Anderson “1337” in Odd One Out
Deke has worked in the entertainment business for nearly 30 years. His many TV credits include Cheers, Webster, Brisco County, and Nasty Boys. Deke has appeared in more than 25 feature films, including Army of Darkness, The Hidden, and The General’s Daughter. As an acting instructor, Deke has coached thousands of actors, including Bruce Campbell, Shannon Elizabeth, Christopher Judge and Sarah Foret. When not acting, Deke devotes his time to several notable charities, including the City of Hope Foundation, the Make A Wish Foundation, and the Adam Walsh Foundation.

Chris Patton “Brother” in Odd One Out
Chris is one of anime’s most busy and versatile actors. He has been cast in lead roles in the films Spriggan (Yu Ominae), Lady Death (Nikolo) and Appleseed: Ex Machina (Yoshitsune), as well as the series Ghost Stories (Hajime), Noir (Chu), Gantz (Joichiro Nishi), Godannar (Knight), Raxephon (Ayato), and This Ugly Yet Beautiful World (Daijurou Matsumura).

Brittney Karbwoski “Sister” in Odd One Out
While barely out of high school, Brittney began what has become a prolific and varied voiceover career. She has been in such noted series as One Piece (Apis), Le Chevalier d’Eon(Anna), Red Garden (Rose), Negima (Anya), Gilgamesh (Fuko), Darker Than Black (Kiko), and Kiba (Roya).

Andy McAvin “Captain” in The Package
Andy McAvin has been acting on stage and in the voiceover booth for over 30 years. His numerous anime credits include Raxephon (Johji Futagami), Cromartie High School (Maeda), Fullmetal Panic (Richard Mardukas), Gantz (Konta), Lady Death (Pagan), and Sin: The Movie (Vincenzo Mancini).

John Swasey “Sergeant” in Homecoming
John Swasey has been acting professionally in film, television, and radio since 1987. Since then, John has gone on to voice hundreds of characters in shows with ADV Films, Funimation, and Illumitoons to name a few. His numerous anime credits include Orphen (Vulcan), Soul Eater (Death), Rahxephon (Rikudoh), Full Metal Alchemist (Karl Haushofer), One Piece (Sir Crocodile), Coyote Ragtime (Mister). Most recently, John voiced the role of General Disdain in the animated feature film, The Last Flight of the Champion. John was also featured in the classic film Dazed & Confused.

Carli Mosier “Daisy” in Homecoming
Carli Mosier has appeared in virtually every theatre in Houston, starring in productions such as The Cat’s Meow (Marion Davies), Romeo & Juliet (Lady Capulet), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Columbia), and The Man Who Came To Dinner (Maggie Cutler). She has also been featured in The Laramie Project, Runaways, Hair, Cabaret, and A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. Carli has also lent her voice to numerous anime works including Mermaid Melody, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and One Piece. When not acting, Carli can be heard singing
with the band, Duster.
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