Jason is an actor and playwright based in Los Angeles. Credits include: White Collar, Hot In Cleveland, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 9-1-1, Cassidy Red, White Fang (2018). His voice can be heard narrating the critically acclaimed animated short film Telling People You're Native American When You're Not Native Is A Lot Like Telling A Bear You're A Bear When You're Not A Bear, as well as introducing the Hollywood NDNs podcast. As a playwright, Jason's world premiere production of Lying With Badgers was cut short by the pandemic, but he is now working on a commission from San Diego Rep for a new play called The Normal Force.
John is a veteran, award-winning news anchor, mostly in Los Angeles (KNBC, KTTV) and Buffalo (WGRZ). However, some may know him best playing “John Beard,” the news anchor on Arrested Development who follows the trials and tribulations of the Bluth family, only to suffer his own fall from grace.
Sheron is Executive Producer and sidekick of the Tim Conway Jr. Show airing evenings on KFI AM 640. The industry veteran has enjoyed a successful career in media for many years, including a nine-year run as the producer of the L.A. Lakers broadcast on AM570 LA Sports. She is also an accomplished voice over artist, creating spots for iHeartMedia stations, television projects, video games, and audio books. Sheron is also an active supporter of charities addressing issues such as cerebral palsy, disabled veterans, and animal rescue.
Shannon is co-host of the popular The Gary and Shannon Show, middays on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles. She has won numerous awards, including two Gracie Awards in 2020, and she has brought her love of football to the pros, becoming the radio sideline reporter for the Los Angeles Chargers when the team moved north in 2017.
Ramona Floyd is a New York-based actor, originally from the desert ranches, oil fields and trailer parks of West Texas. Most recent tv/streaming credits include upcoming Netflix action series, Hit and Run; Passionflix’s Gabriel’s Inferno, directed by Tosca Musk; CBS’ Bull and The Punisher on Netflix.
Tom is primarily a stage actor who’s career spans forty years and includes lead roles on Broadway, National Tours, and Regional Theater. He has also been seen in many network television series and feature films. Credits include Ray Donovan, The Blacklist and Law & Order.
Gary is an award-winning radio journalist and the other half of The Gary and Shannon Show on KFI AM 640. He was born and raised in Petaluma, CA, the Chicken Farming and Wristwrestling Capitol of the World. He started working in radio while in college at Chico State, learning how to balance the benefits of college life (beer) with the responsibility of employment (early morning radio job). Gary moved on to radio jobs in Sacramento (too hot) and Seattle (too gray) before coming to Los Angeles and KFI in 2004.
Charles has worked as a professional actor, voice talent and puppeteer for 20 years. He’s had unique opportunities to work as an actor on projects in the US, England, Romania and Italy in casts that include Chris Kattan, Terry Gilliam, Tom Waits, Burn Gorman, and Sir Ben Kingsley. Credits include: The Lumbar Baron, To Say Goodbye, The Midnight Chronicles, The Choo Choo Bob Show, The Soviet Sleep Study and Walking With The Enemy. Charles is an audiobook narrator and has produced over 20 audiobooks found on Audible.
Karolina trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Her stage credits include the world premiere of Forget Fire (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Two Gentlemen of Verona, Women Beware Women (LAMDA), and NYC appearances include a staged reading of The Oresteia (Directed by Michael Kahn featuring Samira Wiley and Jennifer Ehle), Conversations with an Average Joe (Jerry Orbach Theatre), and A Sketch of New York (Producers Club).
Heidi is a voice over actress living life with her husband and four kids in Phoenix, Arizona. She's done voices for everything from video games to radio ads to tv infomercials and loves the versatility these jobs bring. She brings character and rich personality to her roles, and she uses each opportunity God brings to teach her children that they can be anyone and do anything.
Elvis has been in radio over 30 years and has been called "The Swiss Army Knife of Radio" because he does it all. Just none of it very well. His show The Dog House was the highest rated Morning Show in Bay Area history for over a decade. He has also been on air in NYC, San Diego, Portland, Phoenix and other markets. In other words, he can't keep a job.
Larry is a veteran radio personality/programmer, voice actor, improviser, podcaster and soup enthusiast in Los Angeles. He currently hosts evenings on L.A.'s #1-rated station K-Earth 101, created the entertainment/interview podcast “SnarkMonkey,” and his voice can be heard on hundreds of national commercials and in movie theaters (remember those?) as the in-house voice for the AMC chain. Larry studied and performed at the UCB Theater in Hollywood, and has appeared in numerous television/film roles that garner him tens of cents in annual residuals.
Petros is an Emmy-winning broadcaster. He is co-host of the Petros and Money Show on AM 570 LA Sports. On television, he’s an analyst for Fox Sports.
Tanis (Métis Nation of Alberta) is an actor and producer and has guest starred on Billions, FBI: Most Wanted, Designated Survivor and House of Cards. Tanis also narrates for Penguin Random House, Audible and Hachette Audio, and she has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from New School for Drama. She is on the producing team at Red House Studios currently developing a drama series titled Red House and has recently launched a podcast called "Not Invisible: Native Womxn on the Frontlines,” which she also hosts. www.tanisparenteau.com
Wayne had an unusual career path to radio. He worked at a methadone clinic, which turned into a job in federal law enforcement, which led to a part-time gig at KFI. Makes sense, right? After hosting his own show on weekends at KFI, he retired from his day job in 2017 and became part of KFI‘s top-rated The Bill Handel Show. He provides analysis on news of the day, sports, legal matters, crime, and occasionally “heavy petting” (not what you think).
Tema is a comedian, actor, voice actor, writer, producer and host of the podcast “Sall Good.” https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sall-good/id1473468109 She studied theater at Indiana University, and while there, took on stand up comedy. She then studied at The Groundlings and UCB, and she has worked both behind and in front of the camera. Tema also plays a ukulele she named Yuki Ono.
Gina studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. However, her day job is running Chantico Global, an investment consultancy that has advised some of the largest institutional investors in the world. She has been on air as a contributor and guest host on CNBC for a decade. She has economics degrees from Harvard and Stanford, served as a judge in the Beijing Olympics, and produced a Spanish language film about crossing the border. (Jane: “Yeah, she’s that person”).
Born in Knoxville, Tennessee and raised in Silicon Valley, Grace Su is an American actress and freelance video editor working bi-coastally between LA and NY. In 2018, she made her debut as a lead in a feature film with the premiere of Staycation at the Los Angeles Film Festival, which won a jury award for Best Fiction Feature in the LA Muse category. Grace is an alumna of Terry Knickerbocker Studio and can be seen in the latest season of Showtime’s Billions.
Shaun was in the original production of In the Heights on Broadway, played Frankie Valli in the 2nd National Tour of Jersey Boys, Juan in Altar Boyz Off-Broadway, and Usnavi and Sonny from In the Heights on the First National Tour as well as in the Broadway company. He recently performed in Bedlam’s production of The Crucible. His original Native American musical, Distant Thunder, will receive its first production in 2021 at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City.
Chris has been an actor and voice actor in the DFW area for 15 years, and an audio post engineer for 20 years. He has worked both sides of the glass on every kind of audio and video production imaginable at one point or another.
Imari is a California native and veteran voiceover actor. You’ve heard his voice in ads and promos for Acura, GE, Burger King, Pizza Hut, AT&T, Fox Sports, NBC, CBS, TNT, A&E and the Pac-12 Networks. But his ultimate love is creating voices for animation. You can currently hear Imari on Sword Art Online, World Of Warcraft, Spider-Man, Carol & Tuesday, Fortnite, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, One Punch Man, Beyblade Burst RiseLego and Lego DC: Shazam!-Magic & Monsters.
Justin is a former stand-up comedian and voice actor turned real estate agent. He has worked in radio, appeared on Showtime, and his comedy albums are heard daily on Sirius Satellite Radio. You also may recognize his voice from various apps, web videos, and as multiple video game characters in Jet Grind Radio, Crazy Taxi 3, and more.