Voice actors Arif Zahir, Cissy Jones, Courtenay Taylor, Damien C. Haas and Krizia Bajos gave a panel at LA Comic Con 2021 to talk about the differences between voice acting for animation and video games, plus answer fan questions.
Arif Zahir is a voice actor and impressionist who got his start on his YouTube channel Azerrz (which is still active) and now is the voice of Cleveland Brown on Family Guy. He was also in the mini-series G.P.A., provided character voices for the video game No Way Out – A Dead Realm Tale, and has also collaborated with other YouTube channels such as How It Should Have Ended and DevilArtemis.
Cissy Jones is the voice of Kaguya Otsutsuki in Naruto: Shippûden, Lilith in The Owl House, Hannah in F Is for Family and many other roles, including Firewatch, Life is Strange, The Walking Dead video game, Little Big Awesome, Lego DC Super Villains and many more.
Courtenay Taylor is KO in OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, plus voices in Call of Duty: Mobile, Teppen, Rage 2, Fallout 4, Ancient Evil, Destiny 2, American Dad, Teen Titans Go, Family Guy and Castlevania, to name a few. Live-action roles include Home for Christmas, Orphan Black, No Activity and S.W.A.T.
Damien C. Haas been Nathan in Clarence, John in Halo: The Fall of Reach and Saul in Fire Emblem Heroes. Other voice roles include Honest Game Trailers, Fallout 76, We Bare Bears and Red Dead Redemption II. Live-action roles include Smosh, Eat It or Yeet It and So Random.
Krizia Bajos is Mother in Carmen Sandiego and Igrene in Fire Emblem Heroes, but has also had voice roles in Cyberpunk 2077, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Far Cry 6, Vanishing Grace and Arcane. Live-action roles include General Hospital, Scorpion, How I Met Your Mother, Misery Loves Company and Jane the Virgin.
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