Featured In This Episode:
Courtenay Taylor, voice actor IMDB
Psychotic biotic? Check. Post-apocalyptic wasteland wanderer? Check. Six to 11 year old hero in training? Check and check! That’s right — Jack from the Mass Effect games, the Sole Survivor in Fallout 4 and K.O. on Cartoon Network’s “OK K.O. Let’s Be Heroes!” all share the same vocal cords…those of actor Courtenay Taylor!You’ll also recognize her voice as that of Scarlett Rhodes in Call Of Duty-Black Ops 4, Ada Wong in Resident Evil, Jedi Juhani In Star Wars: KOTOR, Amanda Holliday in Destiny and 100+ more popular games!! She’s brought to life Starla on CN’s Regular Show, Hex in the Skylanders franchise, and new animated characters are coming in 2019!! Catch her “face-acting” in live action projects like the cult classic film Rubber and spearheading the NerdsVote.com movement while posting photos of her bulldog on Instagram and eating tacos…
Keith Silverstein, voice actor IMDB
Keith Silverstein has been providing voices for animation and video games for over 15 years. Keith got his start by voicing a number of original characters for Chuck Jones’ Thomas Timberwolf series. Since then, he’s become the voice of Torbjörn in the smash hit game Overwatch, Hisoka on Hunter x Hunter, Hawk Moth on the fan favorite Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Dr. Wily in Megaman 11, Hammerhead in Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4, and Keith recently joined the cast of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes as mega-baddie Wolfram! He can also be heard as Monspiet in Seven Deadly Sins, Omar in Telltale Game’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season, and Vector the Crocodile in the Sonic The Hedgehog franchise. For more info on Keith Silverstein visit his website at www.keithsilverstein.com, or check out Keith Silverstein Voice Artist on Facebook and @SilverTalkie on Twitter.
David Cummings, voice actor
David Cummings – musician, voice actor, raconteur. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada over 50 years ago. In 2011, David rekindled his love of voice acting and audio horror storytelling with a new venture called, “The NoSleep Podcast”. Launched on June 13, 2011, he served as both host and producer. David and his team have grown the show to become one of the preeminent audio horror storytelling podcasts in the world. Currently with over 300 episodes produced totaling over 500 hours of content, the podcast has been downloaded over 100 million times. It has been featured in such media as USA Today, Wired, Fangoria, Flavorwire, Popsugar, Bustle, Blumhouse and many more. David can also be heard voice acting on Darkest Night, Deadly Manners, The Black Tapes, Smalltown Horror, Creepy, and Pseudopod, among others.
Jan Johns, voice actor, IMDB
Jan Johns is originally from the DC Metro area where she started her career in musical theatre and comedy, which then led to on camera and puppetry and then to voice over. Growing up in an unusual surrounding, Jan has always played with sounds and characters since she was old enough to talk. In 2013 she moved to Los Angeles. She has lent her voice and acting skills to Dungeons & Dragons (Rogue), Fallout 3 (Lucy West, Clover, Sierra Petrovita, Bittercup), Broken Steel (Specialist Olin), Murdered: Soul Suspect, Fallout 4 (Scribe Haylen, Ellie Perkins, Colette), Mighty No. 9 (Dynatron), creature voices on Fortnite and some pretty outta wack characters on Fallout 76. For the little ones, she’s voiced a blender for Fisher-Price. You can also hear Jan’s voice on DreamworksTV: Public Pool, News That Doesn’t Stink and as the lead voice on JetBear. Jan also has voiced a few characters on Nickelodeon’s, The Loud House and Sesame Street’s, The Witch Sisters. Jan’s passion has always been in creating characters and she can’t fully wrap her heart and mind around the fact that her dream is now coming to fruition. She is grateful for the work and opportunities that have come her way and is very excited to see what her next characters will be.
Episode 10, Hell On Earthwas written by Henry Galley.
Henry Galley is a writer from the UK specializing in dark, strange genre fiction. He enjoys writing both scripts and prose, and is perhaps best known for his work on the award-winning NoSleep Podcast and his serialized audio drama, Congeria. When not writing horror fiction or often disturbing dark comedy, he works on lighter projects, and hopes to be able to write for children some time in the future – providing a more family-friendly version of his affinity for the weird. He is currently in the second year of studying a degree in Creative Writing at university.