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In The Booth: Episode 7, There’s An App For That

Featured In This Episode:

Kari Wahlgren, Voice Actor IMDB


From Animation to Anime to Video Games, Kari Wahlgren is one of the top voice actresses in the industry.  Her voice can be heard as fan favorite, Haruko, returning to her first voice role in the latest seasons of FLCL. She can be heard in Emmy and Academy Award-winning animated films and TV shows. Major animation and Anime roles include Chloe Carmichael in The Fairly Oddparents, Tigress in Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Jessica / Rick’s Spaceship in Rick & Morty, Saber in Fate Zero and Fate Stay Night, Celty from Durarara , and Fuu in Samurai Champloo.

She can be heard in video games as the voices of  Starfire in Injustice 2, Aranea Highwind in Final Fantasy XI, and Proctor Ingram in Fallout 4.

Twitter/Instagram: @KariWahlgren


Darin DePaul, Voice Actor IMDB


As an actor, Darin De Paul has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in regional theatre and national tours. Recently, he has become known as a voice-over performer. Darin can be heard in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween and was the voice of many a demon on Fox’s The Exorcist. In video games Darin is thrilled to voice J. Jonah Jameson in Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4, and can also be heard as Reinhardt in Overwatch, Ardyn Izunia in Final Fantasy XV, Valkorion in Star Wars:The Old Republic, Emperor Calus in Destiny 2, and Rideau in Call Of Duty; World War II Nazi Zombies. In the world of animation Darin can be heard in We Bare Bears, Justice League Action, The Adventures Of Puss In Boots, Curious George, and The Stinky & Dirty Show. He can be seen on several Geek & Sundry programs including a memorable turn on Critical Role as Sprigg.


Kay Bess, Voice Actor IMDB


Kay Bess is a 30-year veteran voice actor, haphazard singer-songwriter, and slightly tormented writer who is summoning her nerve. She has hundreds of commercials and promos under her belt and is known for her roles as Ana in Rise of the Tomb Raider, Persephone Brimstone in Agents of Mayhem, and Queen Cumulus in Skylanders Superchargers, among others in several AAA video games.  She’s winding her way into the realm of animation of late with roles in several series set to release in 2019. She hosts the emerging podcast The B-Hive: Women in Voiceover, available on iTunes.


Ashley Adler, Voice Actor IMDB


Ashley is a singer, actress & VO artist.  Her voice can be heard in numerous TV & radio commercials, video games, animation & voice-doubling for lots of celebrities in feature films. She’s proudly sung at NYC Town Hall, NY City Center, Wolftrap Opera, the Hollywood Bowl & Greek Theatre. One of her favorite projects was live-dubbing Frank Capra’s The Donovan Affair (1929) at the SF Silent Film Festival, TCM Film Festival & NY Film Forum. Last year, she was lead singer of Mostly Kosher, a klezmer band that performed at California Adventure. She proudly toured the U.S. with a solo show about Anne Frank, & was a member of the NY Gilbert and Sullivan Players & the New York National Yiddish Theatre. Currently you can hear her singing around LA with the band The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers. Graduate of SUNY Purchase.


The Hidden Frequencies

with Armen Taylor,  Voice Actor IMDB

Police Officer

Originally hailing from the land of flannel shirts, perpetual rain, and grunge rock, Armen is doing his level best to keep one of those three things alive in Southern California. (Hint: it’s not the angsty 90’s garage music). From audiobooks to video games, and most things in between, Armen accepts just about any reason to talk to himself in a padded booth. Something that came as no surprise to his family…


Episode 7, There’s An App For That was written by Jeremiah Smith.

Jeremiah Smith, Story Editor/Writer 

Jeremiah is an animation writer and a story editor for The Hidden Frequencies. In addition to his writing, Jeremiah has worked as a script analyst for Mar Vista Entertainment and as a writing instructor. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his family and a particularly vicious cat.