Welcome to our fourth super late episode from A-Kon 27 in Dallas, Texas!
Working 3 other jobs with a busy summer can get to you.
This interview was a fun treat for us since we had two awesome voice actors at the same time. We started out with actress Alex Moore and she called over Justin Briner to come in on the interview who wasn’t even at A-Kon officially as a guest! We appreciate both of them for taking the time and arranging for both of them to be interviewed. However, Justin was a late arrival to the interview, so be aware he comes in a little later.
Alex Moore has acting in her blood, having grown up the daughter of two actors and always being involved in theater and the actor life from a young age. Alex has a Master’s of Fine Arts in Acting and continues to be active in the theater scene in Dallas at the Texas Star Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre and Pegasus Theatre in their “Living Black and White” productions. Alex is also an avid cosplayer (in fact debuting a Mary Poppins outfit with her husband as Burt at the convention) as well knowing magic and juggling.
Alex also is a voice actress and has been in several different anime from Funimation. Alex is most well known for Suzuno/Crestia Bell in The Devil is a Part-Timer (which is on Netflix and we highly recommend), Lola on One Piece (in the Thriller Bark arc currently airing on Toonami), Flare Corona on Fairy Tail, and Mitsuba Sangu in Seraph of the End among many others. To see more of Alex Moore’s credits, you can visit her page on Behind the Voice Actors or on IMDB.
Justin Briner is a relatively new voice actor to Funimation but has made a big splash there very quickly, though has spent many years in theater previous to working in voice over. Justin is most well-known for being Mikaela in Seraph of the End, Elam in Heroic Legend of Arslan, Qwenthur Barbotage in Heavy Object, and most recently as Izuku Midoriya from My Hero Academia.