Vic has been acting for stage and screen since he was 8 years old. But he started his career in anime a little over ten years ago as Vega in Streetfighter II. Since then Vic has been in more than two hundred shows and video games, known for such roles as Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Tamaki Suou in Ouran High School Host Club, Zero in Vampire Knight, Yoshimori in Adult Swim's Kekkaishi, Death Scythe in Soul Eater, Fai in Tsubasa Chronicle, Dark in DN Angel, Kurz in Full Metal Panic, Broly in Dragonball Z, Kougaijji in Saiyuki, Ikkaku in Bleach, Yukito in Air, Takanaga in Wallflower, Tatsu in Peacemaker, Luciano in Code Geass, Virgil Walsh in Trinity Blood, Hikaru in Macross and many more. Currently Vic recently played the lead in the new Pokemon movie, as well as roles G4's Wolverine and Iron Man series, and the original Mass Effect movie. Vic is currently playing roles in Tiger & Bunny, Digimon, Nura, Lagrange and several others. Vic has also voiced roles in a large number of video games including Soul Calibur, Disgaea, Dynasty Warriors, Persona III, Sonic Colours, DBZ, Bleach, FMA and more. But even longer than his voice acting, Vic has been a professional music composer / singer / producer who has written and produced hundreds of pieces for TV, radio and CD. He sings the themes for shows like One Piece & DBGT, and has produced several CDs of his own original music, all available on iTunes. Finally, in addition to anime and music, Vic has a degree in film and is deeply involved as an actor and director in several web series like "Nuka Break", "Starship Farragut", and is executive producing a brand new TOS based series "Star Trek Continues". Vic works regularly writing, producing and directing video and film productions of all kinds.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Anthony received a BS in Performance Theater and Drama from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Prior to working on Star Trek, Anthony guest starred on such shows as J.A.G., Frasier and the Showtime original series, Resurrection Blvd. He got his "big break" with a recurring role on the well-liked WB television series, Popular.
In 2001, Anthony landed a series regular role on Star Trek: Enterprise as "Ensign Travis Mayweather." For the next four years, Anthony enthusiastically piloted Enterprise's NXO1 into many adventures and into the hearts of loyal Star Trek fans around the world. After taking two years away from entertainment, in 2007 Anthony made a triumphant return, landing the lead role of "Jay Brooks" in the critically acclaimed independent feature film, "I'm Through with White Girls." The Romantic Comedy received 10 awards on the film festival circuit, including 7 Audience Awards, before being acquired by Image Entertainment for national distribution.
In October of 2008, Anthony made an artistic shift and released his debut album, "A.T". The album makes Anthony the first actor in the Star Trek franchise to release music in the Hip Hop genre. He continues to do live performances and his album is available on iTunes and Amazon. The album is also being distributed internationally through Universal Music Group, via his German based record label, AGR Television Records. Returning to the camera early in 2009, Anthony landed guest starring roles on NCIS, House and the TNT original series, Trust Me. More recently, Anthony penned the first draft of a dramatic feature film. He's currently working on the rewrite.
Anthony is married and resides in Los Angeles.
DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, ANTHONY MONTGOMERY HAS HAD TO CANCEL FOR THIS YEAR. WE WILL TRY AND HAVE HIM AT BAYOUCON IN 2014.
Emmett Plant is a writer, composer and producer who has produced over twenty 'Star Trek' audiobooks for CBS/Paramount, and served as the audio engineer for 'How To Speak Klingon,' due April 2013 from Chronicle Books. As a writer, his work has been featured on Salon, The Wall Street Journal, and Gawker Media's io9.com. He has served as a Slashdot Author and the Editor-in-Chief of Linux.com.
In addition to his work on 'Star Trek' that has spanned the last decade, he has composed soundtracks and designed sounds for over fifty video games on many different platforms, including PC, Mac and mobile devices.
Blurring the boundaries between technology and entertainment, he has also served as the CEO of the Xiph.Org Foundation, which is responsible for a vast number of freely licensed multimedia codecs, from Theora to Vorbis to FLAC. He currently serves as the creative director for his production company, Clockwork Jetpack. He lives in Mesa, Arizona.
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