Guests of Honor

Jennifer Weiß

Jennifer Weiß

 

Jennifer Weiß is known for lending her voice to the German version of our beloved party pony Pinkie Pie!

Besides ponies, she can be heard in quite a few anime, such as Miliana from “Fairy Tail” or Rin Tohsaka from “Fate/Stay Night” or you might recognize her as the voice of Tikki in the animated series “Miraculous Ladybug”!

She does not only leave her marks in the film industry but also in numerous games:

For instance as Blue Moon in “Cyberpunk 2077”, Sylvia Woods in “Inazuma Eleven”, Purah in “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” and in “Hyrule Warriors”.

In addition, as a voice actress, Jennifer Weiß has a natural interest in languages and Japanese in particular.

Daniel Ingram

Daniel Ingram is an award winning song composer and writer from Canada and is known for over 100 songs in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, including beloved classics such as “The Smile Song”, “Winter Wrap Up”, and “This Day Aria”. Daniel is also the writer of all of the songs on the Equestria Girls series of movies and shorts including hit soundtracks for “Rainbow Rocks”. In 2017, Daniel wrote the songs and score for feature film “My Little Pony: The Movie” with well received songs like “Open Up Your Eyes”

Since leaving the My Little Pony franchise, Daniel has been in demand as a composer and songwriter, completing over 350 commissions on projects such as the new “Strawberry Shortcake”, “Luna Chip & Inkie” and “Rev & Roll”  and “Lego Ninjago”
Additionally with the arrival of his first child, Eizo Ingram, Daniel has been inspired to start a new preschool music video brand “The Treebees” on YouTube in late 2021.

Charlotte Uhlig

Starting off in the world of My Little Pony as the German voice of Trapeze Star, Charlotte Uhlig is now most known for lending her voice to Izzy Moonbow in the German version of the G5 movie and series. Outside of My Little Pony her voice roles include characters in well known anime and games like Tsuyu Asui in “My Hero Academia”, Happy from “Fairy Tail”, Illyasviel von Einzbern from “Fate/Stay Night” and Bella Dorner in “Phoenix Wright vs. Professor Layton”.

 

José Luis Ucha

José Luis Ucha is a spanish storyteller, writer and director. His debut as movie director and as such, a major influence to the newest generation of MLP, was in fact the movie “My Little Pony: A New Generation”!

Taking on such a big project requires a lot of experience and his last 20 years have been devoted to development, writing, production and direction of over 900 episodes of 20 finished animated projects.

Notable projects include the TV series “Suckers”, “Canimals”, or “Bernard” for which he has also received awards like Best Animation in Anima Mundi 2004 and Finalist Best TV Series Annecy 2005! Newest additions to the list from recent years are the shows “Zoobabu” and “Invizimals”.

Elley-Ray Hennessy

 

Welcome back Elley-Ray Hennessy to GalaCon!

Elley can put several respectable achievements onto her resume: Professional voice actress with more than 30 years of experience, stage performer in over 300 theatrical productions, acting teacher and last but not least, all-around force of nature. Since appearing in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic as Mistmane in Season 7, Elley has paid a visit to many conventions in the fandom and left her personal mark everywhere she went. And when she’s not busy keeping con staff on their toes, she also authors uplifting books and makes for an excellent cat sitter.

We were happy to invite her at Czequestria 2019, and we cannot wait to welcome her raw positive energy as well as her balloon collection back to GalaCon’s stage, and we hope you are just as excited for her return!

Until then, be sure to check out Elley on Twitter and her very own Website!