James Mathis III, a Brooklyn, New York native, is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts. At USC, he co-hosted the launch of TrojanVision, the school’s first TV network. After graduation he returned to New York to work alongside Kim Coles in her off-Broadway play “Homework”. Upon returning to LA, he began a 7 year stint at then upstart FX Networks, coordinating and writing on-air tv promos. While there, he continued working as an actor, landing guest roles on NBC, CBS, and Lifetime to name a few. After music videos for En Vogue and Toni Braxton, he took a turn as a fashion model, appearing in the MACY’s Passport Event and popular hip-hop magazine Rap Pages. In 2005 he began acting full-time, leaving FX for a recurring role on the critically acclaimed series Noah’s Arc. He later went on to star in the VH1 series, I Hate My 30’s. Seeking a new challenge, he launched a career in voice-over, breaking in with Urban Entertainment on several of their animated series and features including Undercover Brother and The Golden Blaze.
Other animation credits include Star Wars:The Clone Wars, Ben 10, WordGirl, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2015 BTVA Nominee, Best Supporting Actor), pop culture classic Celebrity Deathmatch, and the anime film Ironman: Rise of Technovore. He has been the voice of national commercial campaigns for McDonald’s, Coors Light, Cadillac, and Benjamin Moore among others. As a promo announcer, his credits include ESPN, FOX, Tennis Channel, E!, BET, and Paramount to name a few. His extensive video game credits include Call of Duty:Infinite Warfare, Mafia 3, The Division, and the voice of Sigint in the Metal Gear Solid Series. He is currently the voice of Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers Assemble. He continues to work both on and off-screen and is currently developing several animated series set to premiere in 2017.
E.C. Myers was assembled in the U.S. from Korean and German parts and raised by a single mother and the public library in Yonkers, New York. He is the author of numerous short stories and four young adult books: the Andre Norton Award–winning Fair Coin; Quantum Coin;The Silence of Six; and Against All Silence, a thriller about teenage hacktivists investigating a vast conspiracy, out in July 2016 from Adaptive Books. E.C. currently lives with his wife, son, and three doofy pets in Pennsylvania. You can find traces of him all over the internet, but especially at http://ecmyers.net and on Twitter: @ecmyers.
Rob Paulsen’s goal of bringing absolute believability to a fictional character, live-action or animated, is what every actor strives for. Those who are committed to their career and who combine experience, passion and skill are likely to succeed.
Some of Rob’s other well-known animated characters include Raphael of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Arthur in The Tick, the title role in The Mask, the title role in Mighty Max, Carl Wheezer in Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius, Jack Fenton in Danny Phantom, Bobble in the Tinkerbell series of DVDs and hopefully more to come.
Paulsen’s extensive credits include on-camera roles in numerous motion pictures including Body Double, Stewardess School, Eyes of Fire, The Perfect Match, and Warlocked. His television acting credits include guest-starring roles on MacGyver and St. Elsewhere. Additionally, he is one of the most sought-after voice actors in the commercial arena, performing in over 1000 of commercial spots.
As passionate about “paying it forward” as he is about his lucrative career, Rob supports various charitable organizations, particularly those benefiting children and military veterans. Rob’s volunteer work with GOALmodels has been particularly rewarding. GOALmodels, a high school program in Reseda, California, is designed to inspire 9th graders to set goals and overcome obstacles in life. Blending his life experiences with passion for his work, his presentations are informative, entertaining and inspiring. In his leisure time, Rob enjoys golf, riding his motorcycle and occasionally lacing up his skates for another chance to relive his past glory on the rink. He spends the majority of his free time with his wife, Parrish, and their two Yorkshire terriers, Pooshie and Tala
Dr. Scott Viguié is a modern day Renaissance man. Holding two doctorates, he is an attorney, archaeologist, author and actor. Scott fulfilled his passion for educating others, and particularly rekindling an interest in the sciences, by creating both the audio show Doctor Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom, and the live event Doctor Geek’s Science Fair. Both projects are dedicated to STEM outreach. They combine science and fiction to educate and inspire others to help bring about the world of tomorrow today. One of Scott’s greatest joys in life is showing people that they, too, can achieve their dreams and build a better future. As he likes to say, “Nothing is impossible, just highly improbable.”
Debbie Viguié is the New York Times Bestselling author of fifty novels including the Wicked series co-authored with Nancy Holder and the Robin Hood Demon’s Bane series co-authored with James R. Tuck. In addition to her epic dark fantasy work Debbie also writes thrillers and mysteries. She writes the Tex Ravencroft science fiction adventure series with her husband, Dr. Scott Viguié. Debbie also plays a recurring character on the web series and the audio drama of Doctor Geek’s Laboratory. When Debbie isn’t busy writing or acting she enjoys spending time with her husband visiting theme parks. They live in Florida with their cat, Schrödinger. Visit her online at http://www.debbieviguie.com.