Article: Zach Callison Dashing At The 41st Annual Annie Awards 2/1/14! (@ZachCallison @AnnieAwards)


The charming and amazingly talented actor – Zach Callison looked dashing and so dapper as he attended the 41st Annual Annie Awards yesterday, February 1, 2014 at the Royce Hall in Westwood, California. The International Animated Film Society and ASIFA-Hollywood celebrated the best of this year’s animation productions. The renown event was hosted by Patrick Warburton and included many marvelous presenters such as Cloris Leachman, Ariel Winter, Josh Gad, Max Charles and many more. The award show was truly another bright and shining night in California!

The fantastic actor Zach Callison voices the role of ‘Young Jiro’ in the English-Language version of “The Wind Rises” which was nominated for “Best Feature Film” at the Annie Awards in addition to being nominated for a 2014 Golden Globe nomination and 2014 Oscar Nomination (phenomenal)! Hayao Miyazaki, who directed “The Wind Rises” won the “Writing in an Animated Feature” award. Another one of Zach Callison’s terrific projects – Sofia The First, where he voices the role of ‘Prince James’ was a big winner at the Annie Awards being awarded with the “General audience animated TV/Broadcast production for preschool children” award.

Zach Callison continues to amaze fans with his magnificent projects. Fans can catch the articulate Zach Callison as ‘Steven’ in Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and as ‘King Tut’ in the premiere of Dreamworks’s “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” on March 7th! Check out more pictures of the wonderful Zach Callison at the 41st Annual Annie Awards below! I’m glad Zach Callison had a great time at the event!

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