Christopher Dattoli is an avid comic book and retro game collector, faithful Fatal Fury fan, and semi-pro gamer. You can find him at any local anime convention, whenever he’s not in the studio. He’s been blessed to do what he loves the most (making silly voices) for work. Aside from all the above, he has the greatest job in the world: being a father to his two daughters.
Jason Merrin is an award winning filmmaker. Jason directed the official lyric video for the triple-platinum song “Honey I’m Good” by Andy Grammer and wrote and directed the award winning feature film Sleepwalkers, which you can stream on Amazon Prime. His work has appeared on MTV2and the Nicktoons Network, and he recently had an animated series in development with Nick Jr.
Emmett is a scientist from Scotland who roams the hills looking for coffee and people casting for audio dramas. You may recognize Emmett’s voice from Misadventure by Death, Death at a Low Price, Dining in the Void, and Project Ozma. Emmett has a favorite painting with no signature or markings that mysteriously appeared on the wall one day.
Rebecca Thomas is a Texas-based narrator and voice actor drawn to science fiction and fantasy audiobooks, audio dramas, and interactive projects. A former math, science, and writing teacher, Rebecca has long woven together her performing arts and teaching skills to present material, develop educational programming, and manage a variety of projects. Outside the studio, Rebecca reads compulsively, writes short stories and novellas, blogs about autodidactism and communities of practice, and shares behind-the-scene glimpses into her creative practices. Rebecca has recently narrated The Wonderful Wizard of Oz series (up through Book 6) and Anne of Avonlea. You may recognize Rebecca’s voice acting from Poppy North and Elizabeth Pilgrim in The Walter Wells Mysteries, Ragna in The League of Youth, and Angelique in the current season of Atheist Apocalypse.
Kristin Van Etten
Kristin has been acting for over 11 years. She attends Metropolitan State University of Denver where she will be graduating in the Spring of 2018 with a major in theatre and minor in history. She trained in New York City as an actor at Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre institute in 2009. She has been in films, stage plays, and musicals in Southern California and New York City. Her favorite role as an actor was when she played Queen Elizabeth during a Shakespeare festival in Southern California. She’s very excited to tap into her talent of voiceovers for podcasts in the future. When not acting, Kristin enjoys and taps into her intuition, which includes astral projection and shamanistic journey drum circles.
Emily Wang is a student by day and VA by night. She has always loved reading and writing (and performing) stories since she was a kid, but auditioning for my first audio drama brought her to a whole new world of storytelling. At the age of 11, she began recording Buddhist songs and music videos in China, promoting messages of peace through music. She is best known as Miranda Quan in Station to Station.