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Video: WonderCon Anaheim 2018 interviews with award-winning composers, designers and actors

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At WonderCon Anaheim 2018, the Stanford Daily had the opportunity to interview a wide variety of industry professionals. The following roundtable interviews were performed and recorded:

1. Ariela Barer and Emily Coutts (actors, Marvel’s “Runaways” and “Star Trek: Discovery,” respectively)
2. Sean Callery (Four-time Emmy Award-winning composer, “Jessica Jones,” “Homeland,” “Elementary,” “24”)
3. Ruth Carter (Two-time Academy Award-nominated costume designer, “Black Panther,” “Selma,” “Malcolm X,” “Amistad”)
4. Jeff Russo (composer, “Fargo,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” “Altered Carbon”)
5. Tony Hale (voice actor in “Batman Ninja,” known for “Arrested Development” and “Veep”)
6. Roger Craig Smith and Fred Tatasciore (voice actors in “Batman Ninja,” Smith is known for voice acting in “Resident Evil” and “Assassins Creed,” Tatasciore is known for voice acting as the Hulk in animated series)
7. Eric Bauza and Tom Kenny (voice actors in “Batman Ninja,” Bauza is known for voice acting in “El Tigre,” Kenny is known for voice acting as SpongeBob)
8. Leo S. Chu and Eric Garcia (“Batman Ninja” producers and writers for the American version
9. Yuri Lowenthal (voice actor in “Batman Ninja,” known for voice acting in “Ben 10” and “Naruto”)
10. Adam Croasdell (voice actor in “Batman Ninja,” known for acting in “EastEnders”)

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Contact Olivia Popp at oliviapopp ‘at’ stanford.edu.

Olivia Popp '21 is a self-proclaimed TV junkie who previously served as Managing Editor of Arts & Life for two years. She has covered shows for Tell-Tale TV and TV Fanatic, and she enjoys writes about all things film, TV, theatre, and entertainment. Currently, she is abroad in Germany, which is why you might find her writing about an eclectic collection of content. Contact Olivia at oliviapopp 'at' stanford.edu with TV recs or new flavors of barbecue sauce (truly!). Find her on Twitter: @itsoliviapopp.