Edward Bosco Information

Edward Bosco

Edward Bosco

Actor / Production Assistant
Chicago, IL

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I'm from Chicago, IL and I've been doing voice over for about 3 years. This is actually the first convention I've ever been to as a guest. Most of my early work can be seen on places like Newgrounds, the Voice Acting Alliance and the Voice Acting Club. My first professional job came in 2010 when I provided the voice for Eddie in the Xbox Live Arcade game Sequence. At the time I was interning at Bang Zoom Entertainment where I worked on the production side of things for shows like Vampire Knight, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, and Durarara.

In 2011 I interned at Nickelodeon in their casting department in what I consider to be a life changing experience. I worked behind the scenes on The Legend of Korra, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, T.U.F.F. Puppy and more. At the time I was also working as the assistant casting director on another Xbox Live Arcade title called Dust: An Elysian Tail. I helped cast the entire game and eventually ended up as one of the leads, Dust's sword Ahrah, at the last minute. I feel like my casting experiences at Nick and working on Dust give me a unique vantage point when looking at my career and the industry as a whole. I treasure those experiences and believe they have added immensely to my voice over pursuits.

Other video game characters you can hear me as are Beokros in Vindictus, Mr. Smith in the Shadow Wolf Mysteries and Old Man Haas in Dungeon Fighter Online. I've also been in a few web series. I play Major Canis in The Wonders of the Universe and Doubling in TOME: Terrain of Magical Expertise. I've also been blessed to be apart of student films and shorts that have absolutely blown me away with there quality. One such short was Kagemono: The Shadow Folk created by Sabrina Cotugno where I was able to provide creature sounds for Gertrude the wolf.

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