Guests of Honor

Peter New

Peter New is an actor, voice actor and writer. He has nearly 90 professional credits including: Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow, Motive, Delete, Fringe, Mr Young, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon, Psych, and Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. He has voiced many cartoon characters, from ‘Evan’ in Barbie Thumbelina, to ‘Ian Vashti’ in Gundam00, to ‘Lunk’ in Powerpuff GirlsZ. He’s most well known as ‘Sunil’ in  Littlest Pet Shop, and ‘Big Macintosh’ in My Little Pony: Friendship  is Magic. Other voice credits include InuYasha, Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War, Superbook, Sushi Pack, Fantastic Four, Rekkit Rabbit, Martha Speaks, Dino Train, Goola City and Need 4 Speed: Hot Pursuit.

Peter began acting with a sketch comedy troupe called The Legend of Bonefish. Look up ‘Whale Boy’ on youtube. That’s him in the Orca costume. He has broad interests, from astronomy to photography, architecture to environment. He is a large pink bag of water.


Lee Tockar

Emmy nominated voice actor, Lee Tockar has lent his voice to hundreds well loved animated characters, in over seven thousand episodes of animation and animated movies, and video games.

Lee is currently featured as “Mim Mim” in Kate & Mim Mim,  Snips,” “Steven Magnet”& “Coriander Cumin” in My Little Pony, “Gull” in Endangered Species, “Darth Maul” in The Yoda Chronicles, “The Roach” in Supernoobs & the EPIC roll of “FRIEZA” in Dragon Ball Kai.

Other titles include, Pirate ExpressThe DeepRatchet & Clank (The movie), Open Season (The Movie), “King Kong” in Netflix’ King KongBeast Wars, Fantastic Four, The Incredible HulkIron Man, and the maniacal “Dr. Frogg”, in League of Super Evil.

Fluent in animal, creature, monster and several forms of gibberish, Lee is widely regarded as the Frank Welker of Canada. When asked to comment, Mr. Welker cheerfully said, “Sorry, Lee-who?”

In 2008 Seth MacFarlane presented Lee with the ELAN Award for Best Voice Artist of the year. As well, he has taken home a LEO Award and was honored with his Emmy nomination for his performance of “Pronto” in Slugterra. This year he won the 2016 UBCP/ACTRA Awards for Outstanding Performance and says he is humbled to be well thought of in a field he has dreamt of since he was a child.

Lee has written, directed, cast, designed, done sound design for and taught animation throughout his 25 years plus in the industry. Cartoons quite literally are… his life.