Justin Briner is a Dallas-based actor and singer known primarily for his work in anime and video games. Recently, he wrapped up the second season of My Hero Academia as Izuku “Deku” Midoriya. He can also be heard as Mikaela in Seraph of the End, Nova in Space Patrol Luluco, Yoichi in Drifters, Ayanokoji in Classroom of the Elite, Alfonso in GARO: The Animation, Niko in Nanbaka, Ryota Mitarai in Danganronpa 3, Frate in 91 Days, Qwenthur in Heavy Object, Manato in Grimgar, Ashes and Illusions, and many more. Additionally, he has provided voices for games such as Dust: An Elysian Tail, SMITE, Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs, Cibele, and DreadOut. When not behind the mic, Justin enjoys reading, cooking, and playing video games (he is an unapologetic Hearthstone addict).
Shiori Mikami is a voice actress affiliated with Aoni Production with over eight years of experience, breaking onto the scene with roles in Shugo Chara! and Skip Beat! In 2008. In 2011, Shiori voiced her most prolific character, Akari Akaza in YuruYuri, and won “Best New Actress” in the 6th Seiyu Award in 2012. Since then, Shiori has been cast in numerous roles including Krista Leinz in Attack on Titan, Kobory in Amagi Brillian Park, Rin Kurenai in Big Order, Nao Ishiwatari in Flying Witch, and most recently, Northern White-faced Owl in Kemono Friends.
Christine is a voice over actress based out of Los Angeles, California. She is most known for her roles in animation and video games. Some of her most notable roles include Azusa Nakano of K-On!, Madoka Kaname in Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Shiemi Moriyama in Blue Exorcist, Silica in Sword Art Online, Mako Mankanshoku in KILL la KILL, Sailor Saturn in Sailor Moon, Hiromi in Erased, Sonoko in Yuki Yuna is a Hero, Yukiho Kosoka in Love Live!, Haruka in Oblivion Island, the titular character of Squid Girl in Squid Girl, Ivan Whisky in Cyborg 009 VS Devilman, General Pisti in Magi, Ruka Asato in Accel World, Yumemitchi in Tamagotchi Friends, Reina and Mew in Pokemon Origins, Minori Kushieda in Toradora!, Filia in Skullgirls, Marie Rose in Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, Symonne in Tales of Zestiria, Chiaki Nanami in Danganronpa 2, Nepgear in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Usalia in Disgaea 5, Sophie Neuenmuller in Atelier Sophie, Lisette in Stella Glow, Keina Sawaya in Atelier Meruru, and roles in video games such as Xenoblade Chronicles, Time and Eternity, Mugen Souls Z, Fairy Fencer F, Ragnarok Online 2 and more!
With a voice that can be heard in both English and Japanese media, Cassandra Lee Morris has appeared in a number of prominent roles over the past decade. She is best known for her dubbing roles as Ritsu Tanaka in K-On!, Leafa in Sword Art Online, Taiga Aisaka in Toradora and Kyubey in Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Morris also has done work on a number of video games, including Nami in League of Legends, Leifang in Dead or Alive 5, and Aoi Asahina in Danganronpa.
Currently employed as the English voice of Lola in the ongoing French series Angelo Rules, Morris can most recently be heard as Ernesta Kuhne in The Asterisk War, and is set to be the voice of Morgana in the upcoming Atlus release Persona 5.
Cassandra is also an award-winning audiobook narrator. She has lent her voice to over 200 books by authors such as James Patterson, R.L. Stine, Sara Shepard, Pseudonymous Bosch and Jerry Spinelli. She was named a “genre-defining voice” for kids’ fiction by Audible.com, and usually voices young adult and middle grade novels as well as children’s books.
Tsukino-Con is pleased to announce this 2016’s Japanese voice acting guest: Kensho Ono. Mr. Ono has appeared in a number of anime series and is best known for his performances as Tetsuya Kuroko in Kuroko no Basket, Hakuryuu Ren in Magi, Mikaela Hykuya in Owari no Seraph and Slaine Troyard in ΛLDNOΛH.ZERO. This season, Mr. Ono is appearing in a number of shows including Prince of Stride: Alternative as Hozumi Kohinata, Luck & Logic as Yoshichika Tsurugi and Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Arc-V as Yuuya Sakaki.
In addition to his numerous anime roles, Mr. Ono has also appeared in a number of Japanese television drama series and has dubbed a number of “foreign” films, and, notably, is the Japanese voice of Harry Potter. Please join us in giving Mr. Ono a warm Canadian welcome to our convention!