Chris Rager is an American voice actor for Funimation studios. More notable performances are as Mr. Satan, King Yemma, and Hercule on "Dragonball Z", as well as, Arlong the leader of the fish people on the popular "One Piece" and Mr. Torgue on "Borderlands 2".
Chris has been seen in national and regional T.V. commercial ads like Taco Bell, Southwest Airlines and Visa. You may also see Chris performing live on stage in Dallas with Section 8 Comedy Troupe for the last 11 years where they perform Improv, sketch and musical comedy.
Although he loves the live stage and T.V. exposure, Chris holds voice acting close to his heart. You may have also heard Chris in Animes such as Blue Gender, Case Closed, Darker Than Black, Black Cat, Desert Punk, Lupin III, Full Metal Alchemist, Yu Yu Hakusho, Samuri 7 and Sgt. Frog.
Chris has also been heard in such video games Spike out: Battle Street, Stuntman Ignition, Bloodrayne, Borderlands 2, Roadkill and many others. Chris always looks forwards to his next voice over role, hoping he can bring a high level of talent and professionalism to such characters.
Adam McGuire-Britson spawns from the City of Trees- Boise, Idaho. In his short 22 years, he's gone from being a young Harry Potter look-a-like with a bad case of anime withdrawals, to a recognizable radio DJ/on air personality with KQXR 100.3 The X...Rocks! (Best in Market @ Radio Contraband Rock Radio Convention 2012 LV, Nevada, along with being the winner of 100.3 the X Rock's....Casting Couch Winner) along with a string of con-experience with a special focus on being a true Master of Ceremonies. From the cute Anime girls to his vast collection of Domo merchandise. Don't forget, he'll bring you to boom town with a little Tekken Tag or League of Legends if need be. Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh? Please, his Pokedex is stacked with cards that are older than you, kid. You pick the genre of nerdom, he's all about it.
We are proud to announce that COO-IE will be returning for ASL 2013!
The founders of COO-IE originally formed Idaho's first
anime club in the mid 90's, the Custodians of Otakudom. Known as COO for
short, we began to run events and show original films at anime
conventions through the Pacific Northwest. Before long, it was clear we
had evolved from a club into a performance group focused on pushing the
limits of audience interactivity with our shows. By 2010 our operation
had grown significantly; in addition to running live events at
conventions we also produce videos, publish books and comics, offer
consulting services and are preparing to enter the video game market as
well. COO-Interactive Entertainment is a larger, more talented
organization with a much broader scope, but we remain committed to
bringing all of our audiences the best entertainment possible.