Anime Boston declares "Aschente!" as they announce Caitlynn French and Scott Gibbs for its next round of Anime Boston guests!

Caitlynn is fairly new to the scene, having debuted in 2012 as Qumola from Book of Bantorra. She’s run the ropes and trained hard to conquer roles such as Shiro in No Game No Life, Chris in Cross Ange, Hana Isuzu in Girls und Panzer, Mei Tachibana in Say “I love you”, Mio and Midori Nishizono in the Little Busters franchise, and Sakura Inami in Beyond the Boundary. Most recently, she reprised her role as Shiro and took on Schwi Dola for No Game No Life Zero. Caitlynn recuperates from her time in the booth by doing headfirst into video games, MMOs, and some professional wrestling viewing. She goes through grueling vocal conditioning playing tabletop roleplaying games, and enthusiastically yelling at the television during her shows.

Scott Gibbs is a voice-over, commercial, and stage actor from Houston, Texas. He holds a degree in Theatre Arts from Centenary College of Louisiana. After graduating, he toured the country performing at several regional theaters in Florida, South Carolina, and New York. Currently, Scott can be seen in numerous commercials on TV or teaching improvisation for Houston’s nationally renowned Alley Theatre. Most recently, Scott can be heard as Tobio Kageyama in the fan favorite show, Haikyū!! and also as Riku in No Game No Life Zero. He also appears as the voice of Toshi in the film, Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars; during the filming, he travelled to Tokyo to perform the motion capture at Square Enix Studios. His past anime appearances include No Game No Life, Parasyte The Maxim, Food Wars, Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, Log Horizon 2, Wizard Barristers, Outbreak Company, and Nobunaga the Fool.

Previously announced guests include FLOW, Asaka, Greg Ayres, Monica Rial, Hideyuki Tomioka, Katsuyuki Sumizawa, Hirokatsu Kihara, Michihiko Suwa, Kaoru Wada, Kaiji Tang, Josh Grelle, Amanda C. Miller, Jez Roth, Rachel Robinson, Christopher Bevins, J. Michael Tatum, and Brandon McInnis. Anime Boston runs from March 30-April 1 at the Hynes Convention Center. For more information on Anime Boston 2018, visit their official website!

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