ACME is a visual kei band that formed in 2017 consisting of former DIV vocalist CHISA and guitarist SHOGO, former ARTEMA drummer HAL, and bassist RIKITO.
The name of the band means "the vertex of evolution" and the band concept is "Delinquent boys from another world". Well known for their post-hardcore sound and colorful "oshare" style visuals, ACME are quickly rising in the visual kei scene.
Their first mini-album release in August of 2017, "SENKOU", sold out first press copies nationwide. ACME's second single release "ROTTEN ORANGE" also had the track "CALL MY NAME" featured in the movie "Namae no nai onna tachi: Usotsuki Onna", starring Mitsuru Fukikoshi.
At Anime Expo 2018 in LA, CHISA walked the AX Fashion Show runway for Harajuku fashion designers KINGLYMASK, LISTEN FLAVOR, and HYPER CORE. ACME made their overseas debut performance at Anime Milwaukee 2019 and returned in June of that year at A-Kon in Dallas. ACME headlined a tour in January 2020 in 4 cities along the US west coast.
TeddyLoid started his career as MIYAVI's DJ and sound producer when he was only 18 years old. He grew in popularity rapidly with his production of the OST for the anime Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt ft. Taku Takahashi(m-flo) as well as his creation of tracks for the Vocaloid IA. In 2014 he produced the music for the short film ME!ME!ME! ft. DAOKO, which was a viral hit.
In 2015, he released his first collaboration album SILENT PLANET with 12 tracks and 14 sets of guests including names such as Tetsuya Komuro, Yasuta Nakata, and HISASHI from GLAY. In 2018, TeddyLoid had a massive double album release, SILENT PLANET: INFINITY and SILENT PLANET: RELOADED, also filled with guest artists like Virtual Riot, DAOKO, Chanmina, and many more. At the end of 2018, TeddyLoid produced songs for the debut album of Japan's No.1 VTuber, Kizuna AI, and appeared as a special guest on her first live tour. Also, collaborating with the famous Dutch producer W&W and Kizuna AI, TeddyLoid composed the track The Light ft. Kizuna AI. Most recently, in order to commemorate the 90th birthday of the late legendary Japanese cartoonist Osamu Tezuka, it was decided that TeddyLoid × Kizuna AI along with many other Japanese artists would participate in the creation of the album NEW GENE, inspired from Phoenix, dedicated to the cartoonist's iconic work Phoenix.
TeddyLoid has performed on stages all over the world, with notable performances including SUMMER SONIC 2019 co-headline, Ultra Japan, Anime Expo, Anime Weekend Atlanta, SMASH! Sydney in Australia, and many more. In 2016, TeddyLoid was named one of the Top 5 Japanese Spotify artists streamed globally.
Self-produced lyrics, composition, arrangement, artwork, and vocals. Using Cubase and LSDj, TORIENA's music features both a catchy and hard sound.
Wildly popular overseas, TORIENA has performed at Hyper Japan 2017 in the UK, and MAGFest 2018 in the US.
TORIENA has contributed music to SEGA's Team Sonic Racing, the anime Dropkick on My Devil!, Softbank's MONEY RUN, and TV commercials.
Shigeto Koyama (Born in 1975, Tokyo), an active designer in Japan's media industry. Starting his career by participating in Aim for the Top 2! (Diebuster) in 2004, Shigeto took part in numerous animation titles. Some of these notable titles includes: HEROMAN, Eureka Seven, Gurren Lagann, STAR DRIVER, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Rebuild of Evangelion, KILL la KILL, and Big Hero 6. In 2015, Shigeto directed his first short animation film Obake-chan, and his latest participation in the industry includes Darling in the Franxx, Hisone and Masotan, and SSSS.Gridman.
Shigeto is currently working with Hiroyuki Imaishi of Studio TRIGGER on Promare.
Previously a member of Studio GAINAX, Hiromi Wakabayashi has been involved in several works with Hiroyuki Imaishi. Some of his more notable work include design production for Gurren Lagann. Hiromi has also participated in Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt as co-creator, writer, and episodic director.
After joining TRIGGER, Hiromi wrote the script for the fourth episode of KILL la KILL and directed the 2nd ending sequence for the series. More importantly, he assisted and oversaw the design team of KILL la KILL as its creative producer. Later on, he took part in numerous TRIGGER titles such as Little Witch Academia, Inferno Cop, Space Patrol Luluco, and Darling in the Franxx.
Hiromi is currently working on Hiroyuki Imaishi's latest project Promare.
Ginny Di is a Denver-based professional cosplayer, YouTuber, singer, and tabletop gamer whose repertoire includes professionally finished costumes, comedy sketches, and music videos. She started her career as a web creator in 2011 as a founding member of YouTube group Not Literally Productions, making a name for herself by creating catchy pop music parodies themed around Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, and more.
Setting out on her own in 2014, Ginny has become best known for her cosplays of Jester (Critical Role) and Arya Stark (Game of Thrones), her vintage pin-up art -inspired cosplay photoshoots, and her fully articulated, walking centaur costume from Disney's Fantasia, which she designed and built herself. Ginny now runs her own business creating costumes and writing, producing, and starring in music videos and sketches about fandom and tabletop roleplaying games.
Simple, fun-loving, and smarter than the average bear (maybe), J'adore Cosplay/Notgrima is a Denver-based cosplayer and crafter of 8 years. She has attended several conventions all over the United States, winning craftsmanship or Best in Show awards from their cosplay contests. She specializes in sewing, wig styling, and latex work. Her ultimate goal for cosplay is not only to showcase her work, but to make everyone feel accepted and loved in the cosplay community by spreading important messages, memes, and love in any way she can.
Svetlana/Kamui is an internationally acclaimed costume and content creator, author, teacher, and YouTuber from Germany. With over 17 years of experience and a never-ending thirst to start the next project, she and her husband Benni have already created many award-winning costumes and published a long-running series of popular instructional books, video tutorials, and crafting patterns for home printing. Kamui loves to share her knowledge, techniques, and experience with the world and always finds new ways to help out newcomers and cosplay veterans alike. Her funny and inspiring social media content is followed by more than 1.5 million people from all over the world. In addition, the Kamui Cosplay Community is one of the largest crafting groups on FB with over 16,000 creative and passionate members, always ready to give others a helping hand and good advice. Kamui is widely known and well respected for the support they give to the community every day. She's a popular cosplay guest at conventions and events worldwide, running workshops, Q&As, and crafting panels but at the end of the day, she just does what she always did, building stuff she enjoys and helping others.
A Portland native, Momma Sammu has been cosplaying for over a decade and attending "geeky" conventions her whole life. She cosplayed as Chii at Kumoricon 2006 and has been hooked ever since. From thrifted casual cosplay to eventually learning to make cosplay for competitions, Sammu has won over a dozen master level performance and craftsmanship awards at cons across the country (and acquired a ballgown addiction). Three years ago she started hosting Kumoricon's Lip Sync and is honored to get to officially emcee for her home con.
Outside of con, she actively streams her cosplay making on Twitch, trying to spread her knowledge and passion for the craft to as many people as possible.
John Bentley has been working at his trade in the business since 1996. He has several on-camera, commercial, and voice-over credits. His voice-over credits include Barret in the Final Fantasy VII remake, King Bulgher in Cannon Busters, Mr. Kapusinski in Twelve Forever, Varys Truss in Promare, Sonada in Baki, Tiger's Claw in Sailor Moon, Whiplash in Turbo F.A.S.T., and Fire Emblem in Tiger & Bunny. Several other projects he's worked on are as follows: Digimon, L.A. Noire, anything Nick Fury or Frozone, Red Dead Redemption, Call of Duty, Mecard, Carole & Tuesday, MFKZ, and several other genres including film and television!
In the world of anime, Beau has voiced a multitude of characters including: Jet Black in Cowboy Bebop, Ogremon, Sagittarimon, and Parrotmon in Digimon, Michael in Argento Soma, Seal Walrus in Wolf's Rain, Gohei in Rurouni Kenshin, Dee Jay in Super Street Fighter II, and many others.
He is also the voice of The Fourth Raikage and Homura in the animated series Naruto. He voices Abraham Douglas in the soon-to-be released animated feature War Of The Worlds: Goliath (which won Best Animated Feature at the Los Angeles 3D Film Festival in 2012). He has narrated several series on The History Channel including Suicide Missions, Hero Ships, and Modern Marvels. His video games include: Safari, Outlaws, Dynasty Warriors, Zino, Breakdown, Ace Combat 5, and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
Beau appears as Captain Abbott of the USS Bradbury in Star Trek: Into Darkness and he has on-camera commercials now airing for Nissan and Merrill Lynch. Beau's sci-fi feature films include The Blob, My Favorite Martian, Leprechaun in the Hood, and Halloween H20. You can also see Beau on Franklin & Bash as Judge James Douglas airing on TNT. A full listing of his 30-year television and feature film career can be found on IMDb.
Steve Blum's unmistakable deep, raspy, yet sometimes silky smooth voice has landed him a career full of incredible, iconic characters. He's been the voice of TOM the robotic promo host from Toonami (on Adult Swim) since 2000, and a pro voice actor for over 30 years. Best known as Spike from Cowboy Bebop, Zeb from Star Wars Rebels, Wolverine from X-Men cartoons and games, Starscream from Transformers: Prime, Tank Dempsey from Call of Duty, Grunt from Mass Effect, Sub-Zero and others from Mortal Kombat X and 11, Amon from Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Shoe and Sparky from the Boxtrolls feature film, and thousands of other characters from shows, games, commercials (including the "Oh thank heaven" guy from 7-Eleven and dozens of others), and vocal appearances in movies like Bumblebee, Solo, Rogue One, Rise of Skywalker, Incredibles 2 and Shazam. His huge vocal range has made him one of the most sought after voice actors on the planet. He even holds the current Guinness World Record for most voices in video games and has since 2012! Steve also teaches online voiceover classes through his company Blumvoxstudios.com. For a more complete Filmography, please visit https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0089710/.
Born and raised in Southern California, Kimberly Brooks is an industry-proven voiceover dynamo, gaining recognition for her performances on many respected animated shows and interactive video games. In addition to having one of the more sought after commercial voices, Kimberly is also known for her extensive on-air promo work with networks such as NBC, FOX, Soapnet, Investigation Discovery and is currently "the voice" of E! South Africa.
Kimberly has been performing since she was eight years old. Growing with her craft, she became a theater major in college and ultimately leveraged her years of performance experience and got her start in animation voiceover on the cult-classic Nickelodeon show Rugrats. She also voiced Luna the keyboardist/back-up singer for the Hex Girls, the eco-goth rock band, featured in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. Some more of Kimberly's more recent animated work can be heard on Disney Junior's show Doc McStuffins playing a dynamic range of characters including Doc's Mom, Dr. Maisha McStuffins, as well as the spunky Surfer Girl. She can also be heard on Netflix's reboot of the classic cartoon Voltron voicing the brave and honorable Princess Allura, on Nickelodeon's Winx Club voicing the fiendishly wicked Stormy, on Cartoon Network's show Steven Universe as the tough and gritty baddy, Jasper, and on the critically acclaimed Comedy Central show South Park as the ethically questionable Classi, as well as many other animated shows.
Kimberly's work in interactive video games includes the "tough-but-fair" Ashley Williams on the beloved Mass Effect series. She can also be heard on the Batman: Arkham game series as the Oracle, as well as the notable roles as Daisy Fitzroy in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea and Bad Juju in the more recent Skylanders Imaginators.
With a voiceover resume that rounds out with well-known narration performances on shows such as Oxygen's Killer Couples, Kimberly Brooks is truly a voiceover tour de force.
Melissa Fahn has been a busy, versatile, and prolific voiceover artist since her big break as the voice of Betty Boop. She has voiced hundreds of characters in the world of animation, including Edward on Cowboy Bebop, Gaz on Invader Zim, Dendy on Cartoon Network's hit series OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, the title character of Neptune in the Neptunia video games and series, Rika on Digimon Tamers, Chloe on Glitter Force, Ninamori on FLCL, Haruka on Noein, Kristy on Digimon Data Squad, Tia on Zatch Bell, Bouquet on Blue Dragon, Jessica on Gormiti, Sasha on Stitch, the voice of Hello Kitty, the voice of Betty Rubble, and many more, including dozens of video games.
She has voiced campaigns for McDonald's, Charmin, Lexus, Vons, NBC Saturday Morning, and many others, and is an established looping artist (HBO, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros.). She has been a session singer for film, TV, and radio for many years, most recently doubling for Kristin Chenoweth on John Powell's score for the film Rio 2.
Melissa is also an accomplished stage, TV, and film performer. She was an original cast member of the Broadway sensation Wicked, in the original cast of the Los Angeles production of Wicked at The Pantages, and understudied and performed the role of Glinda. She has performed in countless regional and national theatrical productions as well. Melissa stars in the film Tick Tock Boom Clap and her album of original music, Avignon, has been well received worldwide.
Billy is an actor from Hershey, Pennsylvania, who now lives in the Los Angeles area. He came to California 5 years ago to play Aladdin in the Aladdin Musical Spectacular in Disney California Adventure. Since that time Billy has been fortunate enough to lend his voice to many popular anime, video games, and cartoons. You can hear Billy as Josuke in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Ferdinand von Aegir in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Galo in Promare, Rui in Demon Slayer, White Blood Cell in Cells At Work, Osomatsu in Mr. Osomatsu, Takuto Maruki in Persona 5 Royal, and Naofumi in The Rising of the Shield Hero for which he won the Crunchyroll Anime Award for Best (EN) Voice Acting Performance! Keep up with Billy on Twitter, Instagram, and Twitch at @billykametz.
A hero's journey is rife with many perils and obstacles, as actor/singer/superhero Josh Keaton knows all too well.
Josh was blessed by the gods (well, except Hades) not too long after he won the role of Young Hercules in Disney's Hercules animated film. But that wasn't enough to satiate his thirst for being awesome, and thus Josh proceeded to work his way up the ladder of being as many superhero voices as he could. He ended up lending his vocal performances to such iconic heroes as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in The Spectacular Spider-Man, and Hal Jordan in Green Lantern: The Animated Series. He sped his way into things such as Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths and DC Superhero Girls as The Flash, and voiced human Jack Darby, in Transformers: Prime.
Recently, Josh decided all that still wasn't enough for him, he had to have his own giant robot to bring justice to the entire galaxy! And so he stepped into the role of Shiro in the hit Dreamworks series Voltron Legendary Defender, out now on Netflix. He has also started taking on smaller roles, such as Ant-Man in Avengers: Secret Wars.
Yet, despite all of these previous voice-over accomplishments and more (Like Revolver Ocelot in Metal Gear Solid 3, King Graham in the King's Quest revival, Spyro in Skylanders, Valerian Mengsk in StarCraft II, King Anduin Wrynn in World of Warcraft, and Lann in World of Final Fantasy), he just had to give it all up and be the bad guy; namely Norman Osborn in the new animated series Marvel's Spider-Man.
And throughout his heroic journey across the voice acting realms of animated movies, videogames and television shows, Josh has learned one very important and powerful lesson… you either die a hero, or live long enough to see your show get cancelled…
Wendee Lee is a premier voice artist and director in animation, games, and film, with a career spanning over three decades. She holds a record as one the most credited voice actresses in North America, and has been named one of the top twenty voice artists of all time.
Her characters include Haruhi in The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya, Konata in Lucky Star, Bulma in Dragon Ball Super, Queen Serenity in Sailor Moon, Yoruichi, Tatsuki, and Ururu in Bleach, Kei in Akira, Rumi in Perfect Blue, Kiva in Megas XLR, T.K. in Digimon, Umi and Princess Emeraude in Magic Knight Rayearth, and the iconic femme fatale Faye Valentine in Cowboy Bebop. She also teamed up with Steve Blum once again in the leading role of Angela in the feature film Expelled From Paradise.
Her credits also include Shura in Blue Exorcist, Maura in Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers, Amida in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Romina and Myrna in Gundam Seed, Kycilia in Gundam: The Origin, Lucy in Cyborg 009, Luca in Berserk, Captain Kobayashi in Knights Of Sidonia, Kejoro in Nura, Kasane in Durarara!!, Kay in Robotech: Love Live Alive, Moegi in Naruto, Svetlana Belikova in Resident Evil: Damnation, Kanno Sumire Class President and Inko the odd parrot in Toradora!, Nefera de Nile in Monster High, Lizzie Hearts and The Evil Queen in Ever After High for Mattel, The Fairy Godmother and Stepsisters in Cinderella 3D, Chrissie in Polly Pocket, Kaolla Su in Love Hina, Yahiko in Rurouni Kenshin, Tina in Ai Yori Aoshi, Sakura in Sakura Wars, Angel in The Big O, Kagero in Ninja Scroll, and director, singer, and narrator in Hello Kitty Stump Village. But it all began with her first audition for Robotech where she landed the role of Vanessa Leeds and kicked off her career in anime.
Games include Persona 4 as Fuuka, Zero Escape as Clover Field, Fire Emblem as Lyn, Detective Pikachu as Dorothy, StarCraft as Aurana, World of Warcraft and Heroes of the Storm as Alexstrasza, Soul Hunters as Arachnea, Neptunia and Hyperdevotion as Blanc and White Heart, Danganronpa V3 as potty-mouthed Miu, Skullgirls as Sekhmet and Black Dahlia, Rune Factory as Lin Fa, Fairy Fencer F as Vivian, Devil Survivor 2 as Hinako, Conception II: Children Of The Seven Stars as Chloe, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney as Athena Cykes, Neverwinter Nights as Lady Aribeth, .hack as Black Rose, and Dynasty Warriors as sisters Da Qiao and Xiao Qiao.
Recent credits include Monster Girl Doctor, NieR, Rent-A-Girlfriend, March Comes In like a Lion, Fire Emblem Echoes, Devil May Cry, Puyo Puyo Tetris, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, Soulcalibur VI, God Eater Code Vein, Tales of Vesperia, and more.
A.J. got his start starring as Marty McFly in Back to the Future: The Game after wowing execs at Telltale Games as well as Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale with his Michael J. Fox impression. He then went on to voice Thunk Crood in the Dreamworks series Dawn of the Croods, Han Solo in Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, and most notably Prince Lotor in the Dreamworks smash hit Voltron: Legendary Defender. He continues to act in various TV shows, films, and games.
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn is an Emmy-nominated voice-over director and an American Anime Award-winning actor of original animation and foreign dubbing. She is also the singer for the Silent Hill game series and movies. Mary Elizabeth started as a voice director of anime dubs with Cowboy Bebop, Digimon Tamers, Wolf's Rain, Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Stitch!, and Glitter Force. She then moved on to dialogue directing for original animation and was nominated for an Emmy for directing the voices on Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure. She is also the dialogue director for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Saturn Award-winning Star Wars Resistance for Disney/Lucasfilm and Dragons: Rescue Riders for Dreamworks as well as Unikitty!, Bunnicula, Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, and co-director for Green Eggs and Ham for Warner Bros. She also directed the VO on Billy Dilley's Super-Duper Subterranean Summer and Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero for Disney. She has directed the six Naruto movies and received the SPJA award for best director for her work on the series Naruto and Naruto Shippuden. She has also voice-directed many video game titles which include Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, Diablo III, Afro Samurai, and Silent Hill.
As an actress, Mary Elizabeth portrayed Major Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, Solid State Society, and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex for which she won the American Anime Award for Best Actress. She is currently playing Coach Brunt in Carmen Sandiego, Freya Fenris and 4D-M1N for Star Wars Resistance, Cetrion in Mortal Kombat 11, Dynamite Watkins in OK K.O.!, and Connie's Mom in Steven Universe. She is also known for playing Governor Pryce in Star Wars Rebels, Valkyrie in Lego Marvel's Avengers, Talis in StarCraft II, Johanna the Female Crusader in Diablo III and Heroes of the Storm, Naoto in Persona 4, Queen Metalia in Sailor Moon Crystal, Kurenai, Mei, and Lady Kurutsu in Naruto, Nina Williams in Tekken, Alex Wesker in Resident Evil, and Brooha in Glitter Force.
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld is best known for her roles as Bonnie, Nurse Joy, and Sophocles in Pokémon, Aina Ardebit in Promare, Strawberry Shortcake in Strawberry Shortcake, Polly Pocket in Polly Pocket, Olivia in Nella the Princess Knight, Rio Kastle, Ally, and Riley in Yu-Gi-Oh!, Siri in Lastman, Kahori Harukawa in Psychic School Wars, Isaki in Lu Over the Wall, Sayaka Yumi in Mazinger Z: Infinity, Okko's mother in Okko's Inn, Joy LeFrog in Regal Academy, and Fraw Bow in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin. She has provided voices for numerous cartoons, video games, toys, and commercials. She can also be seen performing theatre in New York City (most recently in the critically acclaimed Once Upon A Mattress), and on-screen in her web series Crumbly Kitchen. For more info, check out her website, follow her on Twitter, Instagram (@alysonleighrosenfeld), or TikTok (@alysonleighrosenfeld).
Karen Strassman is an actress, voice-over artist, and dialect coach, known the world over for hundreds of characters she has created in many forms. Karen has created hundreds of voice-over characters of all shapes, sizes, genders, ages, and species, from classic Disney princesses, to iconic villainesses, to talking jellyfish and shy tadpoles. Her extensive range of characters spans the voice-over world of cartoons, animation and video games; from the disturbed doctor Annette Birkin in the new Resident Evil 2, the narrator in Cells at Work, overburdened French military mechanic Maria Laurent in Wolfenstein II, teenage rockstar Catty Noir on Monster High, the beloved little girl Olivia on Lego Friends, sexy Rouge the Bat in Sonic the Hedgehog, Chromie, the charismatic gnome that turns into a dragon, from World of Warcraft and Heroes of the Storm, to the iconic Mileena and Kitana in Mortal Kombat, and Aigis and Nanako from the Persona games, Anna from the Fire Emblem / Bravely games. And then there are projects like the Nicktoons series Monsuno voiced by an ensemble cast of five actors, where Karen not only played the teenage female lead, Jinja, but also voiced every other female character in all three seasons of the show (at last count 26 characters).
Whether on-camera or behind a mic, Karen is extremely versatile. Recently seen paired up with David Arquette in the new deliciously horror-able Creepshow, recurring on Bosch as D.D.A. Laura Tribe, and as the devious German scientist on Preacher, the unscrupulous and calculating lawyer on Silicon Valley, she is known for creating unique and powerful characters. She has played roles as varied as the brilliant and empathic scientist Devra Bogdanovich in Ingress, a dying immigrant from Northern Ireland, doctors and lawyers, the quirky bookish OCD accountant on Weeds, and as a killer's trailer trash mother on Criminal Minds. Karen will soon be seen as a lead in the long-awaited release of Director Tom Six's highly anticipated daring movie The Onania Club.
An extensive list of Karen's voice-over credits can be found on IMDb or her voice-over website, but some of her favorite projects include: Winx Club, Monster, Monsuno, Rugrats: All Growed Up, Bleach, StarCraft II, World of Warcraft, EndWar, Final Fantasy, Fallout, Everquest, Red Faction: Armageddon, Persona, BioShock 2, Fire Emblem / Bravely, Castlevania, Rumble Roses, League of Legends, Mortal Kombat, Wolfenstein, Saboteur, Silent Hill, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Tony Hawk, Valkyria, Street Fighter X Tekken, Van Helsing, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dead or Alive, and Resident Evil 1 and 2.
Kari Wahlgren's first role was the Vespa-riding Haruko in FLCL. Since then, Wahlgren has voiced numerous anime characters including Dee Eye Ell in Sword Art Online: Alicization War of Underworld, Fuu in Samurai Champloo, Saber in Fate/stay Night, Celty in Durarara!!, Kagami in Lucky Star, Anemone in Eureka Seven, Tayuya in Naruto, Saya and Diva in Blood+, and Blue Rose in Tiger & Bunny.
Wahlgren has also voiced characters in many U.S. animation shows, including Jessica and Rick's Spaceship in Rick and Morty, Starfire in the DC direct-to-video Teen Titans movies, Zatanna in DC Super Hero Girls, Tigress in Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Charmcaster in Ben 10, Emma Frost in Wolverine and the X-Men, Shannon in OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, and Li'l Suzy in Phineas and Ferb.
Her notable video game roles include Kitana in Mortal Kombat 11, Starfire in Injustice 2, Aranea in Final Fantasy XV, Ashe in Final Fantasy XII, Proctor Ingram in Fallout 4, Vex in Skyrim, and Raine in Tales of Symphonia. A full list of credits can be found at IMDb.