GREY is a Grammy – winning singer/ songwriter who is known as the most prolific voice actress in American animation history, having performed over 1500 cartoon voices since 1996. Grey is also a comedian who launched her first stand-up comedy special, “My First Comedy Special” which has received rave reviews. Grey’s most iconic roles include “Vicky” from “The Fairly Odd Parents,” ‘Samantha “Sam” Manson’ from “Danny Phantom,” ‘Mandy’ from “The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy,” ‘Frankie Foster,” ‘Dutchess’ and ‘Goo’ from “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends,” ‘Yumi Yoshimura’ from “Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi,” ‘Azula’ from “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” ‘Kimiko Tohomiko’ from “Xiaolin Showsown,” as well as ‘Lola,’ ‘Lana’ and ‘Lily Loud’ from the “Loud House” and ‘Prince Puppycorn’ from “Unikitty!.” She’s also been the voice of ‘Daphne Blake’ in “Scooby-Doo” cartoons since 2000. Her film roles include ‘Grandma Sanchez’ in “The Book of Life,” ‘Arcee’ in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Bumblebee” and ‘Setsu Oiwa’ in Studio Ghibli’s final film, “When Marnie Was There.” Grey is a single mom to her 3 kids and she’s basically kicking ass.
Jennie Kwan began her life long career into show biz at the young age of eleven. She performed in her first semi-professional gig with performing troupe Kids of the Century. On a flight home from New York City after performing with the troupe, Jennie was discovered by a LA based talent agent.
At eighteen, Jennie landed the role of “Kim” in the First National Broadway Tour of “Miss Saigon” after producer Mackintosh conducted a worldwide search to cast the role. This launched her career into musical theatre. Her extensive musical theatre credits include “Kim” in “Miss Saigon” directed by Nicolas Hytner and composed by Alain Boubill and Claude-Michel Schonberg, Broadway National Tour of “Avenue Q” created by Bobby Lopez and Jeff Marx directed by Jason Moore, Original cast of “Bare” as Diane Lee directed by Kristen Hangii and composed by Damon Intrabartolo, Lead role as Lipoh in “Land of Smiles” directed by Ted Braun and composed by Erin Kamler.
She also has starred in select regional theatrical productions including “Blood Wedding” directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera and “Tea, the Musical” created by Velina Hasu Houston, directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera, composed by Nathan Wang. For two years, Jennie traveled the country with “Faces of America,” a solo performance piece dealing with diversity and tolerance in America. And Disney lovers have been fortunate enough to see Jennie ride the magic carpet as “Jasmine” in Disney’s musical spectacular, “Aladdin.”
Jennie also has an array of credits in the television world. She was introduced to television as the series regular Samantha Woo on “California Dreams” which aired on NBC for five years before moving into syndication for several more years. Some of Jennie’s other television credits include “New Girl”, “Anger Management” opposite Charlie Sheen, “Beverly Hills 90210”, “The Nanny” opposite Fran Drescher, “Family Matters”, and Oliver Stone’s mini series “Wild Palms”.
She has been privileged to work in the film world as well. Some film credits include “Entourage” , “Promoted”, “Trojan War” and film shorts include “Invasion of the Money $natchers” and “Play Time”. Jennie was also a pioneer in the world of webisodes as a series regular on “Fear of a Punk Planet,” created by Joe Escalante of “The Vandals” for Digital Entertainment Network.
Jennie has also lent her voice to the world of animation. Fans around the world recognize her voice as “Suki” on Nickelodeon’s hit animated series “Avatar: The Last Air Bender,” as well as all the video games for the series. To add to her Nickelodeon credit, Jennie played “Bit Girl” in the animated pilot “Dr. Dee and Bit Boy.” She has also voiced characters and performed motion capture movement for the video game “True Crime Hong Kong”. Jennie can be heard in a wide range of voice-acting projects including Eureka 7, BlazBlue, Rozen Maiden,Twinkle Toes, When They Cry, Accel World and many many more.
Being no stranger to the music industry, Jennie was a member of Hollywood Records girl pop band Nobody’s Angel. With recording their sophomore album, a development deal with ABC Family , and touring under their flashy belts- the band received a Gold Record for recording two songs on “The Princess Diaries” Soundtrack. Today, Jennie continues to collaborate on different musical ventures and is a re-occuring member of high-energy Kids Pop band “Twinkle Time” as Priscilla Poodle.
In the present, Jennie resides in Los Angeles and continues to live “The Dream” with her quirky Brussels Griffon Calvin along with her awesome husband Matt. She continues to work in all areas of the entertainment business as an actress, singer, voice over artist, and vocal coach.
Keone Young is an American actor. He is best known for his television roles as Dr. Michael Kwan in Kay O’Brien, Mr. Wu in Deadwood and as the dual roles of Judge Robert Chong and Mr. Wan in The Young and the Restless. The Greatest baseball player of all time Bookaro Bokai in Star Trek Deep Space Nine.
His voice roles include Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Katarou in Teen Titans, Dr. Ho in Batman Beyond, Kaz in Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, Luong Lao Shi in American Dragon: Jake Long, Ishiyama in Ben 10 and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Mr. Wu in The Mighty B! and Wu-Chang in Sofia the First. As Jeong Jeong he is a member of the White Louts with Iroh and King Bumi also at the event.
This years Simi Valley Pin is a tribute to the Avatar room guests. This is free with the VIP early packages and available at the door or with advance sales while supplies last.
Each enamel pin is 2 inches by 2 inches
Advance Tickets and Pin Link Here!
Jessie Flower (aka Michaela Jill Murphy (aka Jessie Flower) is an actress, singer, and writer often known for her voice work as Toph Beifong in Avatar: The Last Airbender. She recently moved back to Los Angeles, released a line of Toph inspired merch, and began recording the English dub of Nasse in Platinum End (now streaming on Funimation and Crunchyroll)! Follow her on Instagram @michaelamostly! and check out her website www.michaelajillmurphy.com!
Actress Olivia Hack got her break playing adorably lispy Cindy in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel. She made her film debut in Star Trek: Generations, playing the daughter of Patrick Stewart’s Captain Picard.
A native of Los Angles, she started out in commercials at the age of four. These days, she is best known for providing the voice of iconic characters like Rhonda Wellington Lloyd in Nickelodeon’s classic, Hey Arnold!, Bratz as Chloe, and Nickelodeons hugely successful Avatar: The Last Airbender as Ty Lee, young Jedi Katooni in The Clone Wars, as well as numerous other video games, animation, and television appearances.
Baldwin voiced the beloved Uncle Iroh for the final seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender and for The Legend of Korra. He voiced Aku in the fifth season of Samurai Jack.
He can also be heard as the ancient Jedi Master Tera Sinube, Gwarm, and Cassis on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He provided the voice of multiple characters in Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, most notably, the voice of Furlac.
Baldwin voiced the iconic character Frank Fontaine in the original Bioshock. In addition, he voiced Proctor Teagan in Fallout 4 and Jack M. Crazyfish in Spongebob Squarepants.
In the 2007 film TMNT, Baldwin performed a substantial portion, believed to be 90 percent of Splinter’s dialogue in the movie after Mako died during production.
The Next guest announcement for the Simi Valley Avatar Room is André Sogliuzzo. Andre voices Both Hakoda and King Bumi in Avatar the Last Airbender.
He has contributed numerous voices to a variety of animated TV series including: Family Guy, American Dad, Jackie Chan Adventures, Stewart Little, Invader Zim, Father Of the Pride, Samurai Jack, Celebrity Deathmatch, and The Avatar. He can be heard regularly on Family Guy, American Dad, Clone Wars, and as Gaspar Le Gekko in Disney’s Brandy & Mr. Whiskers. As a veteran of close to a hundred video games, André has died a thousand deaths in titles such as Medal Of Honor, Call Of Duty, True Crime, Destroy All Humans, Spawn, and Doom 3.
Jack De Sena is the first guest announced for Avatar Guest Room at the Simi Valley Toy and Comic Fest February 6th 2022. Located at the Grand Vista hotel Simi Valley CA.
He is best known for his work on the sketch comedy series All That, for the voice work of Sokka on the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender and for the voice work of Callum on the Netflix series The Dragon Prince.
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The theme for this years Guest room Is Avatar the Last Airbender
Special guests to be announced soon !