Wyoming Pop Con is pleased to announce that Billy West, famed voice actor, will be joining us May 1st and 2nd 2021. Billy West is best known for his work on Ren & Stimpy, West has a career in radio and television that began in the 1980's when he did comedic impersonations for Charles Laquidara's Big Mattress morning show on Boston's WBNC FM radio network. By the mid-90s, he had moved to doing impersonations of Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott on The Howard Stern Show, giving him greater exposure. From there, West became involved with the Nickelodeon shows Doug and Ren & Stimpy. Portraying the title characters on both shows, Billy West saw his voiceover work reach an even larger, yet younger audience. This led to Warner Bros. hiring him for the film Space Jam in 1996. Featuring Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan and the cast of Looney Tunes, West voiced Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, two characters whom he has sporadically voiced throughout the next decade. He is also known for his portrayal of Philip J. Fry on the cartoon Futurama, which began in 1999 and has continued on through a number of changes through 2012 and currently airs on Comedy Central. In addition, he is also the voice of the iconic Red M&M.
Lauren Tom is an Obie Award-winning actress, known for her roles as a dutiful daughter in the film The Joy Luck Club, as Ross’s girlfriend, Julie, on the classic NBC sitcom Friends, and Mrs. Tran on Supernatural. Lauren also lent her voice talents on the animated series Futurama as the much loved character of Amy.
Noah Hathaway’s acting breakthrough came in 1978, in the cult sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, where he played the role of Boxey. Noah further played some parts in sitcoms and small productions like Eight Is Enough, CHiPs, America 2-Night, Mork & Mindy, Simon & Simon and Family Ties. When he was ten years old he was cast in the movie Separate Ways and two years later came another space movie The Quest. Noah’s best-known roll was in the film The NeverEnding Story.
Brian O'Halloran, known for his time as Dante Hicks in the View Askewniverse, as well as starring in Vulgar, and voicing characters in Pokemon.
Ryan Andes, best known for his work with Transformers: Cyberverse, where he played Grimlock and Shockwave, Pokemon, where he voiced Hala / Kommo-o, and his appearances on The Black List and You.
Jeff Anderson, most known for his work as Randal Graves in the View Askewniverse, also worked as a voice actor on Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Four time Eisner winner Gene Ha is known for his art on Fables and on Alan Moore’s Top 10. He currently writes and draws Mae from Oni Press.
Best known for his stint on the 23 issue run of Image comics Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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