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Brian Drummond


Voice Actor
Vancouver, BC Canada

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Biography:
Brian Drummond~Most well-known for his role as Vegeta, Yajirobe, and Vegito in the Ocean Studios English dub of the anime series Dragon Ball Z, Drummond tends to be cast as either an impassive warrior (Andrew Waltfeld), or a kind-hearted father-figure (Reverend Malchio). Lately, he has also played the role of the cowardly Yuna Roma Seiran in Mobile Suit Gundam as well as Ryuk in Death Note. He has landed prominent roles in various anime such as Renkotsu in InuYasha, and Gundam Wing as Zechs Merquise. Brian has also appeared in Da Vinci's Inquest in minor background roles. Other current endeavors include My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Ninjago, and Iron Man: Armed Adventures.

   

 

Convention Guest Appearances:
2001
   TOTEMCon 2001 - July 15 in Danvers, MA
2002
   TOTEMCon 2002 - August 10-11 in Natick, MA
   Nekocon 2002 - November 8-10 in Virginia Beach, VA
2003
   Anime North 2003 - May 16-18 in Toronto, ON
   Anime Evolution 2003 - July 25-27 in Burnaby, BC
   Otakon 2003 - August 8-10 in Baltimore, MD
   Canadian National Comic Book Expo 2003 - August 22-24 in Toronto, ON
2004
   Anime North 2004 - May 21-23 in Toronto, ON
2005
   Anime North 2005 - May 27-29 in Toronto, ON
2008
   AnimeNEXT 2008 - June 20-22 in Secaucus, NJ
2009
   Anime Evolution 2009 - June 12-14 in Vancouver, BC
   Metrocon 2009 - June 19-21 in Tampa, FL
2013
   FanExpo Vancouver 2013 - April 20-21 in Vancouver, BC
   Cutie Mark Con 2013 - May 31 - June 2 in Cincinnati, OH
2014
   BABSCon 2014 - April 18-20 in Burlingame, CA
2015
   BABSCon 2015 - April 3-5 in Burlingame, CA
   TrotCon 2015 - July 17-19 in Columbus, OH
2016
   Everfree Northwest 2016 - May 13-15 in Seattle, WA
   Anime North 2016 - May 27-29 in Toronto, ON
2017
   Kelowna Fan Xpo 2017 - March 24-25 in Kelowna, BC
20 guest appearances

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