Anime Festival Orlando Announces Guest Line-up for AFO 15, Including Sailor Moon and Goku!
ORLANDO, FL (July 7, 2014) – Anime Festival Orlando is proud to announce the guest lineup for
its fifteenth annual convention, taking place July 25 – July 27 at the Wyndham Orlando Resort on
Hot off the tremendous announcement of the cast of Sailor Moon Crystal, Anime Festival Orlando will
have Stephanie Sheh, the voice of Sailor Moon; Christina Vee, the voice of Sailor Mars; and Lucien
Dodge, the voice of Zoicite.
Stephanie Sheh, in addition to voicing Sailor Moon, plays Hinata Hyuga in Naruto and Orihime Inoue
in Bleach. Christina Vee has played Mio Akiyama in K-On! and Homura Akemi in Puella Magi Madoka
Magica. Lucien Dodge has played Cyan Pile in Accel World and Waver Velvet in Fate/Zero.
Also appearing at Anime Festival Orlando 15 will be Sean Schemmel, Kari Wahlgren, Erika Mendez, and
Sean Schemmel is the prolific voice of Son Goku in Dragon Ball Z, one of the most iconic anime series of
all time. Sean also plays Lucario in Pokémon and the upcoming Super Smash Bros games for Nintendo
3DS and WiiU.
Kari Wahlgren is famous for her portrayal of Haruko Haruhara in FLCL, as well as Blue Rose in Tiger &
Bunny and Fuu in Samurai Champloo. Erika Mendez stars as Ryuko Matoi in the sensational Kill La Kill
and voices Aladdin in Magi: The Kingdom of Magic.
Michael Sinterniklaas has directed the English-language versions of hit anime such as Mobile Suit
Gundam Unicorn, the Berserk films, Bakuman, Slayers Revolution, and Giant Robo. Michael is also
popular for his roles as Xellos in Slayers, Kenji Koiso in Summer Wars, and Dean Venture in The Venture
In addition to meeting industry guests, fans at Anime Festival Orlando can enjoy the Game Show
Theater, fan panels, dance parties, anime music video and costume contests, the Café Peko Peko maid
café, and a unique interactive convention experience called Rocket Rangers of Orlandia: The Great Khaz
The convention staff and volunteers are looking forward to another great year with all the fans who helped
build a great a fan community, from fans who have been with the convention from the beginning to those
who will get their first taste of an anime con this year.
About Anime Festival Orlando: Since its inception in 2000, Anime Festival Orlando has earned
the title of “Florida’s Favorite Anime Convention,” as well as being voted one of the “Top 10 Things
To Do In Orlando” by DK Publishing’s Travel Guide. Ticket prices at the door are only $55.00 for
an adult 3-day membership badge, $30.00 for a Friday or Sunday-Only wristband and $35.00
for a Saturday-Only wristband. For more information about Anime Festival Orlando, please visit