Anime Boston Announces Kyle Colby Jones & Bryson Baugus For 2017 Convention
The sixth and seventh American guests for this year's Anime Boston have just been announced, as the convention welcomes veteran ADR director Kyle Colby Jones and voice-acting newcomer Bryson Baugus.
Kyle Colby Jones has been in the anime industry as a director, writer, producer, and actor since 2007. He began his dubbing career at ADV Films and currently works at Sentai Filmworks. Some of his more notable recent anime series works behind-the-scenes include Akame ga Kill, Parasyte, Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun, No Game No Life, and Outbreak Company. Jones has also directed several classic titles, including Saint Seiya, Air, Kanon, Madlax, Kino’s Journey, and Papuwa.
Bryson Baugus is a voice actor, singer, and stage actor from Texas, who'll be making his convention debut at this year's Anime Boston. Working primarily with Sentai Filmworks, his credits include Child Gelsadra in Gatchaman Crowds Insight, Young Suna in My Love Story, and Akutagawa in When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace. Recently, it was announced that Baugus will be the voice of Bell in Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? and Kou Mukami in Diabolik Lovers II: More Blood.
Jones and Baugus join the Anime Boston 2017 lineup that also includes Puffy AmiYumi, Lex Lang, Sandy Fox, OKAMOTO’S, Michelle Ruff, Johnny Yong Bosch, Naokatsu Tsuda, Brina Palencia, and Toru Furuya. Anime Boston occurs on March 31-April 2 at the Hynes Convention Center. For more information, check out the convention's official site!