NA Voice Actor Update for April

Dennis Akayama (Malachite) appears in the film Repo Men, as a doctor. Fans can also see him on TV in Mayday, a show which dramatizes real-life air disasters, as a captain; in Wingin’ It, a family comedy about an angel in training, as Mr. Nakamora; and in Warehouse 13 as officer Ogawa. Canadian fans can catch the premiere of Warehouse 13 on April 30th, on City TV. Description of the show from IMDb: “After saving the life of an international diplomat in Washington D.C., a pair of U.S Secret Service agents are whisked away to a covert location in South Dakota that houses supernatural objects that the U.S. Government has collected over the centuries. Their new assignment: retrieve some of the missing objects and investigate reports of new ones.

Emilie-Claire Barlow (Sailor Venus #2) performed “You’re Driving Me Crazy” live on Canada AM on Monday, April 12th to celebrate her third Juno nomination. Her performance was delightful and the hosts enjoyed having her on the show again.

Stephanie Beard (Rini #2) will be appearing in an upcoming, untitled Seth Rogen film. The movie is a comedic account of a man’s cancer diagnosis and his struggle to beat the disease.

Little Shop of Horrors, featuring Naz Edwards (Queen Beryl) as Audrey II has been extended through May 16th. Fans can catch the show at the Performance Network Theatre in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Tracey Hoyt (Rini #1) can be seen in Pure Pwnage as Jeremy’s mom. So far, she appears in the first and fifth episodes of this television series about Jeremy, a L33T gamer who lives in his mom’s basement and is forced to get a “real” job. Canadian fans can catch the series on Showcase. Episodes are also available for viewing on the Showcase website, make sure to click on Pure Pwnage in the side menu to see all available episodes. This show was previously a popular web series, since 2004.

Tracey Moore (Sailor Moon #1) can be heard in the Care Bears to the Rescue movie. The release date is not yet available, but the movie will be centred around the Care-a-Lot Rescue Awards.

Roland Parliament (Melvin) was nominated for “Educator of the Year” at Niagara College recently and the award ceremony was April 7th. Although he didn’t win, he’s proud to say that his friend and colleague Barbara Mantini of the Acting for Film and Television program did win. Here’s what Roland had to say about it: “That’s 6 nominations and 2 awards for our program in only 2 years since its inception. Not bad for a fledgling program in a college with 700 professors! Major kudos to Martin Doyle for having the smarts, guts and determination to convince Niagara College to launch this program.”

Alice Poon (Catsy) will be appearing in the upcoming crime drama television series Rookie Blue as a paramedic named Caroline. The show is scheduled to premiere in late June. Fans can also see her in the film Repo Men as a TSA agent.

3 Responses to “NA Voice Actor Update for April”

  1. xXPrettyNekoXx Says:

    The news about Rini #1, I think yall already posted it! I think the movie is Funny People, its already on DVD… If I'm wrong.. sry!

  2. xXPrettyNekoXx Says:

    Opps… She wasn't in Funny People, but she is just rumored to be in another one of Seth's movies.
    But the description you gave about the movie is clearly Funny People

  3. Emily Says:

    I think you mean Rini #2, Stephanie Beard.

    The description of the two movies is similar, but it's not the same movie. I haven't seen Funny People, but the description on IMDb says it's about a man with a blood disorder who has a year to live.

    Here's the full description of the new, untitled Seth Rogen film (from IMDb)

    Adam Schwartz (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a 25-year old lives a genuine, nice, decent, and simple life, he has a beautiful girlfriend Rachel (Bryce Dallas Howard), he works at a museum with his best friend Seth (Seth Rogen), who tends to complicate his life in humorous, but annoying ways. However, everything couldn't be any better until he comes to the realization of being diagnosed with a rare type of cancer. Considering his youth and healthy life style, Adam is at first in disbelief, but in reality knows it is real. Without having a choice, Adam decides to go through the process of chemotherapy in order to survive. He goes on to tell his parents, friends and Rachel with having their attention totally thrown off, but in total support. To get his mind off of his ordeal, Adam starts to see Katie (Anna Kendrick) a young, cute 26-year old medical student who helps him cope with the phycological process. As time goes on and his youth slowly begins to fade, Adam comes to many terms in life that never were brought to his attention before while going through the overwhelming situation of beating cancer and to appreciate what he has in life.

    Stephanie will be playing a character named Susan. When more details are released, we'll be sure to report it here. It can take a while for a movie to get out of post-production, but it's listed as 2010, so it could be released later this year.

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