AniMinneapolis 2013 Adds Voice Actor Spike Spencer
AniMinneapolis 2013 Announces Spike Spencer
Spike Spencer has voiced hundreds of episodes of Anime including such notable titles as Evangelion, Bleach, Vampire Knight, Durarara!, Battle Angel, Suikoden, Orphen, Spriggan, Nadesico, Mar, PreTear, Buso Renkin, Gundam, Code Geass 2, and Kekkaishi. His video game credits include Bioshock:Infinite, Saints Row 3, World of Warcraft, Tales of Vesperia, BlazBlue, Dynasty and Samurai Warriors, Steambot Chronicles, Star Ocean 2, Lunar: Silver Star Harmony, and many others. Spike has also lent his voice to numerous radio and TV commercials.
An accomplished actor, he has worked with such notable stars as Tommy Lee Jones, Sandra Bullock, Frank Langella, Tia Carrere, and Scott Glenn and has been on set with many other stars. Spike is also an author, including “How to Be A Frickin Genius Voice Actor, Step One,” “What Happens At The Con, Stays At The Con?,” And “Don’t Kill Your Date (And Other Cooking Tips)”-(Coming soon). Spike is also a screenwriter with several projects in various stages. Spike is soon to begin production on his first feature film that he scripted, “Dwindle Down.”
Spike is also an avid sailor, cook, traveler, and enjoys a good bit of dancing from time to time. You can find more about him from his official websites:http://www.spikespencer.com and http://www.almostevilminions.
Spike Spencer will be joining a flock of other special guests, beginning with previously announced voice actor Sonny Strait. Past guests at the Minneapolis anime convention have included Quinton Flynn, YTCracker, StarF, Dr. Awkward, Vic Mignogna, Wendy Powell, Shinichi “Nabeshin” Watanabe, Greg Ayres, Linkara, and many others. Guests for 2013 will be announced as soon as possible up through the upcoming convention, and a full list can be found at http://animinneapolis.com/
AniMinneapolis is a weekend convention focused on Japanese animation, arts, and culture. The 2013 convention will be held June 28-30 at the Doubletree Hotel in Bloomington, Minneapolis, and is expected to bring a convergence of over 3,000 fans. More information can be found at http://animinneapolis.com/
AniMinneapolis is organized by AnimeCon.org. More information can be found at http://animecon.org AnimeCon.org and AniMinneapolis are organized by fans, for fans.