The dubbing actress sells her work to help her mother who has cancer and the association responds

The voice actress is selling her work to help her mother with cancer. Photo: Vicky Dabbing

Dubbed actress Ana Elizabeth Rojas Gomez, known as Annie Rojas, announced via her Twitter account that she will start selling audios of the characters she dubbed to raise funds to help her mother.

“I sell Mexican pesos for $200 greetings, greetings, alarms and ringtones of characters I dubbed to pay for my mom’s chemo. If you are not from Mexico and want to buy the audio, I will give you my wikia in the thread so you can check out my writing and PayPal link,” he wrote.

Among the characters he has voiced are Nesuko Kamado from the anime ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’; Chloé Bourgeois, Princess Jasmine from ‘Miraculous: The Adventures of Ladybug’, in the live action ‘Aladdin’; Brigitte Lindholm character from the ‘Overwatch’ video game saga among others.

After the release, a large number of dubbing actors got together and baptized Annie Fest at the Deportivo SME Villa Coba in Mexico City on the following May 27, in which they have already confirmed their presence from more than 40 colleagues. .

“Autographs, photos, audios and videos for everyone who registers, and all proceeds will be fully donated. From 10:00 am until the last person leaves,” read the post on Facebook.

Some of the artists in attendance include: Humberto Velez, who voices Homer Simpson; Patty Acevedo, who brings Serena Suchino and Lisa Simpson to life; Carlo Vasquez is Star Lord in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’.

After the festival announcement, Annie Rojas posted a message of thanks: “These weeks have been a roller coaster of emotions. My life, the life of my mother and my family has changed completely, but not all for the worse.

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“I have realized the immense goodness that people have. In my family, in my friends, in my colleagues, in those who follow my work and even in those who don’t know me, but still give me words of encouragement. I am grateful to everyone. A lot,” he concluded.

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