Derek Stephen Prince, aka Steve, has been in the voiceover industry 24 years, and as an actor for 41.
His voiceover career spans across such shows as Power Rangers Turbo, Power Rangers In Space, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Power Rangers Time Force & Power Rangers Wild Force; Digimon: Seasons 1-4 & 6-7 playing such favorites as Digimon Emperor, Veemon, Beelzamon, Impmon, Piedmon and Jeremy, to name a few; Love, Hina where he played Keitaro; Bleach, where he played Uryu Ishida; Naruto/Boruto, where he still plays Shino Aburame; Iggy the Boston Terrier on Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures: Stardust Crusaders; Guts the pug in Kill La Kill; and Ranjiro Kiyama in BeyBlade Burst Turbo.
Video games include the Kingdom Hearts series as Vexen; Odin Sphere as Oswald; Operation Darkness as Adolf Hitler and Jack the Ripper; Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu in Danganrompa V2; Kokichi Ouma in Danganrompa V3; Detective Harper in Blade Runner: Redemption; and Abul Barrrel in CatheRINe – Full Body. Steve was in the original cartoon series of Lilo & Stich as Loki the shaved ice vendor; Little, Big, Awesome for Amazon; NFL Rush Zone – Guardians Unleashed as Jackson; the film Jungle Shuffle with Rob Schneider and Drake Bell as Louca the toucan; and the film Bling where he played the ring vendor, opposite Taylor Kitsch.
This year, Digimon Adventure 02 celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Steve played The Digimon Emperor, DemiVeemon, Veemon, ExVeemon, Paildramon and Imperialdramon – for those of you who remember the show. Steve is so excited to be at CaperCon with all of you, even if it is just virtual.
Vernon Oickle is an award-winning journalist and writer from Liverpool Nova Scotia. Vernon has written and published 31 books, including Strange Nova Scotia, Bluenosers’ Book of Slang and Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia. Maritime folklore, superstitions, traditions and history are his passion.
Sherry D. Ramsey
Sherry D. Ramsey is a bestselling Canadian science fiction and fantasy author, editor, publisher, and creativity addict. Her books include the Nearspace series, two novels for middle grade readers, the urban fantasy Olympia Investigations series, and other standalone works. Her latest short fiction can be found in the new Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide and the forthcoming anthology, Flights from the Rock . She’s an editor and publisher with the regional small press Third Person Press, and regularly conducts writing workshops in person and online. Sherry is a member of the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia Writer’s Council, a moderator of her local writer’s group, and a past Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer of SF Canada, Canada’s national association for Speculative Fiction Professionals.