Louis Ozawa Changchien is a native New Yorker best known for his leading role as the sword-wielding Japanese enforcer Hanzo in PREDATORS, written and produced by Robert Rodriguez, in which he appears opposite Adrien Brody and Laurence Fishburne. He is also known for his appearances in films such as FAIR GAME, GIGANTIC, and the HBO pilot THE MIRACULOUS YEAR (starring opposite Frank Langella). Changchien, who received an MFA in acting from Brown University, maintains his roots in New York theater but splits his time living in Los Angeles.
Louis Ozawa Changchien
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Greg’s theater credits include the world premiere productions of “The Ballad of Yachiyo” and “The Happy Ones” (South Coast Rep.) for which he was nominated for an L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Featured Performance. His television credits include:  Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911!, Criminal Minds, The Proud Family, Hidden Hills, J.A.G., and Nash Bridges.  Greg has been a company member of the Asian American sketch comedy troupe, the 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors since 1994.

Greg Watanabe
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Lane Nishikawa
Lane Nishikawa spent 20 years in theater performing at The Mark Taper Forum, The American Conservatory Theater, South Coast Rep, Berkeley Rep, Seattle Rep, The Ford Theater, The Annenberg Theater, and countless others. His one man show, "I'm On A Mission From Buddha" was adapted for television and aired nationally on PBS. During the past 10 years he has been producing, writing and directing his film projects culminating in his award winning WWII feature, "Only The Brave", now airing on SHOWTIME. His latest VOs were narrating the 442 and M.I.S. documentary feature films.
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Brian Nishii, a native of Japan, has used his multi-lingual talents to narrate a wide range of books, mostly specializing in East Asian themes. With over 50 titles to his credit, Brian enjoys being in front of the microphone to tell compelling stories.

Brian Nishii
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Kurt Kanazawa

Alumnus of the famed Juilliard School, Kurt Kanazawa is half- Japanese and half-Filipino American. Speaking four languages fluently (Italian, French, English, Japanese), as well as Chinese, Spanish, and German, his extensive classical music and linguistic experiences as a professional opera singer have broadened his skills as a global screen actor with appearances on ABC's Grey's Anatomy (2018), RAI 1’s Provaci ancora Prof! (2017), as well as two-time Academy-Award winning filmmaker Allan Miller’s I SING BEIJING in a live concert broadcast on Chinese National TV. Born in Los Angeles, Kurt was also raised in Honolulu (and speaks Hawaiian Pidgin!).

Hiro Matsunga

Hiro Matsunaga was born and raised in Japan and hailed to the United States in 2002. After completing 2 years acting program from Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles, he has been on numerous films including widely popular short film, “Lil Tokyo Reporter” where he played a deadly but memorable gangster. His theater credits include “Burai - Standing All Alone - “, Samurai sword fighting show which centers on revenges for the family members who were unjustly executed,

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Toru Uchikado

Japanese actor Toru Uchikado was raised in Yokohama, Japan and moved to Los Angeles in 2011. Uchikado made his television debut in the epic 13-episode event series "Heroes Reborn" from creator/executive producer Tim Kring, who also imagined the critically acclaimed 2006 "Heroes" series. He plays 'Ren Shimosawa,' a young Japanese gamer whose storyline unfolds as he joins 'Miko' (played by Kiki Sukezane) on her journey of being a "Hero." Uchikado has done a number of commercials with major brands such as Apple, Nintendo, Verizon, and Mazda. He is starring in the China-US coproduction film "Underdogs Rising" which is set to come out in 2019.

Daisuke Suzuki

He came over to the United States in 1991 to pursue his acting career. After graduating from UCSB majoring in Film Studies, he attended to Stella Adler Academy to further improve his acting skills. He landed on a voiceover job for American Dad in 2004 and he started to develop as a voiceover actor ever since.

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Sam Dewhurst-Phillips

A fresh new face just starting his career, with a deep, rich, masculine voice. Widely traveled and a student of world history, foreign cultures and languages; fluent in Japanese and conversant in French, Spanish, Romanian and Russian. With an ear for both regional and foreign accents, dialects and spoken nuance, his characterization ability (even of female voices) is exceptional, whether narrating in his native Australian accent, RP British accent, or in Japanese.