Patricia Summersett, Sean Chiplock, Joe Hernandez, and Jamie Mortellaro from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be guests at SacAnime Summer 2019.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was one of the most critically acclaimed games of 2017 and fans will have the chance to meet the cast during SacAnime Summer 2019. It has been confirmed that Patricia Summersett, Sean Chiplock, Joe Hernandez, and Jamie Mortellaro will be guests during the event.
Patricia Summersett is an actress best known for her role as Princess Zelda in Breath of the Wild. She has also voiced varies characters in the Assassins Creed series while also playing Lt. Commander Winger in Helix. Her most iconic live action role is that of the Consoler in Mother.
Jamie Mortellaro is a director and writer who is well known for his work on major titles like Hitman along with Horizon Zero Dawn. He has also done some voice work with his role as Prince Sidon in Breath of the Wild being the most notable one.
Sean Chiplock is a voice actor who is best known for his role as Revali, Teba, and the Great Deku Tree in Breath of the Wild. His other notable roles include Dante Mogro on Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans and Yuuki Mishima on Persona 5.
Joe Hernandez is a voice actor best known for his role as Daruk and Yunobo in Breath of the Wild.
It has also been confirmed that all four of them will participate in the free autograph session. Mortellaro will host a Video Game Voice Over Workshop on Saturday June 8th from 2pm – 4pm.
They will be joining video game voice actor Roger Craig Smith, Hedy Burress from the Final Fantasy series, acclaimed Disney voice actor Jim Cummings, and Samantha Ireland from RWBY just to name a few. More guests will be announced in the months leading up to SacAnime Summer 2019.
SacAnime Summer 2019 will take place at the Sacramento Convention Center during the weekend of June 7th to the 9th. Registration is now open while details about cosplay gatherings, special events and deadlines will be announced in the future.
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