2017 Anime Expo Guests: Overwatch D.va and Lucio VO Actors
A few days ago, D.va VO actress Charlet Chung teased an announcement for Friday, June 23. The announcement is that Charlet Chung and Lucio VO actor Jonny Cruz are guests at the 2017 Anime Expo in Los Angeles through July 1-4.
2017 ANIME EXPO SPECIAL GUESTS
Voice actors Charlet Chung and Jonny Cruz to join AX 2017! Find them at booth #2438 in the Exhibit Hall, where they will be doing autograph sessions throughout the weekend. Please follow them on social media for more updates about their activities at AX 2017!
Charlet Chung is a Japanese/Korean-American television and film actor who is also the voice of D.Va from Blizzard Entertainment’s OVERWATCH and Seraph from CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III. Her extensive list of on-screen credits include appearances on truTV’s FAMELESS, Netflix’s GRACE AND FRANKIE and FreeForm’s MYSTERY GIRLS, just to name a few. Charlet is also a series regular on an upcoming animated series as well as a main character in 4 video games that are releasing throughout the year.
Jonny’s passions led him to start his career in Dallas Texas, landing him some fun direct to DVD action movies (Walking Tall: Long Justice, Missionary Man) and early TV appearances (Prison Break). He produced and directed his first feature film (Small Timers) and many online series before moving to LA. Since living in LA he has made his way into television (Matador, The Closer, NCIS: Los Angeles) and voice over (Overwatch as Lucio, Hitman, Hero’s of the Storm, Prototype 2, Stinky and Dirty). He is Currently working on a few new VO titles and is a Producer at Facebook | Instagram
Anime Expo will run from July 1 through July 4, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, with Pre-Show Night on June 30, 2017. To purchase passes for Anime Expo, please visit https://www.anime-expo.org/registration/
Charlet Chung also visited Blizzard Entertainment and shares a video of her visit. In the video, Jeff Kaplan is caught red handed saying: “It’s past my bedtime. Please don’t tell my mommy.” — oh wait, he meant: “GG EZ.”