Host / Event Correspondent

Anthony Balunsat is a fan of Pop Culture and trendy amateur gamer currently playing Fortnite!

He grew up watching 90s action movies, vintage samurai films, anime, and is a die-hard Star Wars fan since his mom introduced him to the Galaxy Far, Far Away when Anthony was 4 years old.

He learned to read by playing Final Fantasy VII and is also his all-time favorite RPG.

When Anthony's not speaking Geek with Henry & Erin, he's probably watching episodes of Game of Thrones, Rick & Morty, Stranger Things, The Office, and The Walking Dead.

Lex Paton

L to R: Aaron Dill, Erin Olash, Anthony Balunsat, Annie Yang, Henry San Miguel, Lex Paton

Anthony Balunsat

Host / Executive Producer

Meet The Speakers of Geek

Annie Yang

As an early 90s baby, Annie grew up with all the classic geeky shows and cartoons. Her parents used this against her as she went through school, keeping the TV off until all homework was done. She's also a bit of a gamer in her spare time, having grown up with the Super Nintendo and PS1, as well as almost all the basic handheld consoles. She owns at least one game of each Pokemon generation and Final Fantasy IX was her first official JRPG. 

Throughout high school and college, Annie met and kept many of her closest friends through common interests in music, video games, and Japanese anime. As a long-time veteran attendee of SacAnime and FanimeCon, she prides herself on her vast knowledge of Japanese anime, manga (aka graphic novels), and JRPGs, and she encourages anyone with an interest to step up for conversation and/or to ask for recommendations. 

Some fun facts: Annie is a Ravendor, True Neutral, a Ranger or Mage, and she watched Zootopia in theaters 7 times.

You can follow her on 
Twitter or on Instagram: @AznnieStylin

The creator and main voice of The Geek Speak Show, Henry has been a geek since the age of 4. That was when he saw Star Wars in theaters for the first time and spent the rest of his childhood (OK, his adult years, too.) in Galaxies Far, Far Away, going where no one has gone before, and meeting the colorful denizens found in Marvel Comics.

At the age of 10, he met his life, his love, and his lady: Radio! Thirty-four years later, Henry has been an air personality on a variety of radio stations, made the switch to Talk Radio at the turn of the century, lent his voice to numerous local & national commercials (and movie trailers), and, of course, launched The Geek Speak Show in 2010.

In January of 2017, he opened a multimedia company called 22 Creations. Besides The Geek Speak Show, be on the lookout for new shows and two TV series produced by 22 Creations in 2018.

News Director / Geeking Out with Annie Yang / Event Videographer

Henry San Miguel

Host / Event Correspondent

Lex Paton was our first #WCW guest host in March 2017. She was so much fun that Henry asked her to become a permanent part of The Geek Speak Show.

She's a very talented actress, having appeared in films and commercials. Lex is also a model, a gamer, and, as of 2017, a talk show host.

​You'll hear Lex occasionally on the weekly episodes, but you will definitely see her in front of our cameras at WonderCon Anaheim, San Diego Comic Con, our movie screenings, and other events we cover on The Geek Speak Show.

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Host / Event Correspondent

Erin Olash is a Kentucky-raised content creator, model, host, Youtuber, and Twitch streamer. A self-described Zelda fanboy and anime enthusiast, Henry discovered Erin through her YouTube videos where she would talk about video games, review movie trailers, and talk about her life. He invited her to be a guest co-host and now, the main co-host of The Geek Speak Show.  

So get used to Erin Olash, as you'll be hearing her every week and meeting her at the events covered by The Geek Speak Show.

If you're not following any of her social media, do so by searching Erin Olash and hitting that "Follow" button as if your life depended on it.  Because one day, it might.... or not.....

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