C2E2 catches Veronica Taylor, the voice of Ash Ketchum from Pokémon

November 17, 2016 2:23 PM

Veronica, Go! We want to be the very best, like no one ever was – and that means bringing in legendary voice actress Veronica Taylor to the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. She’s well known for her VOA skills and been in several popular anime and cartoons. We traveled across the land, searching far and wide – and found out that she’s also voiced April O’Neil from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Amelia Wil Tesla Seyruun from Slayers and Sailor Pluto in Sailor Moon. She’s a magical girl, television reporter and Pokémon-capturing legend, all in one – so you’ve got to get to C2E2 if you’re going to have a chance to catch her at our Show!

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Veronica Taylor is a classically trained actor who has performed in NYC and around the U.S. in contemporary and classical theatre. Her voice has been a part of Saturday morning cartoons for some time now. She is probably best known for playing the roles of Ash and May on “Pokemon”, April on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and Abby on “Cubix”, among others. Currently, she can be heard as Max on “Dinosaur King”, Carly on “Yu-Gi-Oh!5D’s”, many characters with accents on “Huntik”, and as Tori in “Tai Chi Chasers”. She can be heard on PBS kids’ Word World (Sheep), Lunch Lab (Mixiebot), and the recently launched “Chuck Vanderchuck’s ‘something something’ Explosion!” (Ramona). Some anime favorites include Yukino on “His and Hers Circumstances, Amelia on “Slayers”, all 7 Nana’s on “Nana Seven of Seven”, and Narue on “World of Narue”, as well as many others. She has done numerous voices for animation, video games, audiobooks, commercials, and documentaries. For a more in depth list, check out her website- www.veronicataylor.net.

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