Voicing: Greg Reynolds
Danell is a three-time Olympic medalist and has been acting since his athletic retirement in 2016. Born in Cuba, his 20-year long career in gymnastics including medals from the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics.
His media career includes multiple short films and web-series and Nickelodeon’s Paradise Run. Danell also appeared in Season 11 of American Ninja Warrior and launched the viral podcast Out of Bounds with his production company Parallel Entertainment.
Voicing: Nadine Othello
Roni was born in Israel and began her entertainment career in Chicago, specializing in comedy, her dry wit was once praised by Nora Ephron herself. TV Credits include Andi Mack (2019), Atypical (2017), Bosch (2014) and Jane the Virgin (2014). She created and starred in the Emmy-nominated Facebook Watch series Ctrl Alt Delete staring Ed Begly Jr. praised by The Guardian, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
Voicing: Miles Radnor
Peter has been in over 40 feature films including Encounter, The Social Network, The Dark Knight Returns, Lovelace, and Saints and Soldiers. He has also appeared in over 40 TV productions including Good Girls, Masters of Sex, Scandal, Castle, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Additionally, Peter has performed in theatre productions all over the world from Glengary/Glenross in LA to Pope Joan Lives in NYC and The Real Inspector Hound in London.
He has also produced a variety of feature films including the Danny Glover helmed LA gang picture Down for Life (called by both the NY Times and LA Times an Oscar contender), the suspense thriller Drowning, and the critically acclaimed 1 Mile to You (starring Billy Crudup, Graham Rogers , Stephanie Scott and Tim Roth) along with over a dozen short films.
Voicing: Brandie/ Miranda Avis
Amy is an actress, writer, and producer. Her narrative podcast work includes The Harvey Weinstein Trial Unfiltered and Deadtime Stories from Ranker Media. TV Credits Include 911 (Fox), and In Case of Emergency (Amazon). Film: The Week Of and Sandy Wexler.
Voicing: Cathy Reynolds
Lily is an actor, director, producer, & arts educator. Favorite credits include TV: Recurrings on Animal Kingdom (TNT), and on Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC), guest appearances on One Day At A Time (Netflix), Bosch (Amazon Prime); Film: We Bought a Zoo.
She’s been in over 40 National Commercials and enjoys making Independent films like the short films Cinderella: A Feminist Fairytale and The Pooka, both of which she co-created and stars.
Voicing: Captain E. Beyer
As a performer, Shavanna recently completed a run of The Legend of Georgia McBride at Milwaukee Rep & Arizona Theatre Company. Other favorite credits include HBO’s Los Espookys, SNL, Grammys (2018), Hairspray (National Tour), CBS’ ‘Best of’ Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase, For Colored Girls (Lady in Green), Caroline, and Change (Emmie).
Additionally, she is the fortunate recipient of UCB’s Diversity Scholarship where she studied improv 101 and 201.
Outside of performing she recently co-produced and co-hosted TYA/USA’s Listen, Learn, Lead: Antiracism in TYA Series, a nationwide learning program that served nearly 1,000 TYA professionals. She holds a Master’s Degree from NYU and also received her BA from Wellesley College where she studied Sociology & Cinema and Media Studies. She is first-generation and still identifies as a sociologist at heart.
Voicing: Reginald E. Xander (R.E.X.)
Henry Haggard is a native of Lexington, Kentucky but has lived in Nashville, Tennessee since 1996 where he has performed locally and regionally with Nashville Children’s Theatre, The Lexington Children’s Theatre, Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Mockingbird Theatre, The Tennessee Repertory Theatre, Nashville Opera, Kentucky Repertory Theatre, and The Kennedy Center.
Screen credits include: Reception to Follow (Sundance Film Channel, 1995) ), Second Chance (Ruckus Films, 2004), Prism (Sony 2007), The Prodigal Son (Compass Films 2007), Blood Rogues (2009), Veggie Tales: McLarry & the Stinky Cheese (Dreamworks, 2013-14), Boulevard (Camelia Entertainment, 2014), Closer to God (2014), Still the King, (CMT 2017), The Resident (Fox, 2019).
Henry was the 2000 recipient of the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Ingram Acting Fellowship, the 1989 recipient of the Kentucky chapter of the National Arts and Letters Society Theatre Award for Excellence and the former Chairman of the Nashville Actor’s Equity Association’s Liaison Committee.
Voicing: Emma Hannon
Alexa is thrilled to have the opportunity to give Emma her voice, and dive into the world of Southbridge with its amazing creative team.
Recent works include starring in July Rising, Downrange (TIFF 2017), as well as various theatrical projects around LA (with the Echo Theatre Co. and IAMA pre-covid, and now various others via zoom)
Voicing: Ty Flemming
Davi Armanino is a non-binary actor, writer, and filmmaker known for their work on Colin In Black and White (Netflix), Unforgettable (CBS), and One Bad Choice (MTV), as well as in front of and behind the camera in award-winning short films Like Glass, Morning Mourning, and Here Lies Truth.
After attending Pace University’s School of Performing Arts, they appeared Off-Broadway in the New York premieres of Wild by Crystal Skillman, and This Property Is Condemned by Tennessee Williams. Davi now lives and works between Los Angeles and New York.
Voicing: Torrey Fields
Stacie Capone is a Los Angeles-based actress. She was recently pinned for a new Netflix series and played the mom of one of the leads on Chicken Girls – a much beloved tween series on Brat TV. She is currently attached to two features, Pink Mist and The Spirit of Detroit (an Academy Nicholl SemiFinalist) slated to film next year.
She is the founder and leader of the FilmmakeHers – an international community of female-identifying filmmakers who help one another breakthrough industry barriers and create great work. As a lifelong New Yorker, Stacie made it her mission to find great pizza and bagels in LA – and being a stubborn Leo, she succeeded! Get in touch if you want to talk carbs.
Voicing: Lexi Davies
Maggie is an actress, improviser, and voiceover talent. Originally hailing from Minneapolis, her roots began in theater and she has worked with the Chanhassen Dinner Theater, the Murder Mystery Club and Stevie Ray’s Comedy Cabaret.
She has trained at both The Groundlings and UCB, and her comedy chops can be seen in a variety of places including short films, web series, sketch comedy pieces, her Modern Day Princess Youtube channel, and her recent stint in a rap music video.
As a voiceover talent, she has lended her voice to multiple audio dramas, can be heard in various commercials, industrials, voicing a pig named Molly for the World Health Organization, and has produced two audiobooks since Covid.
She is beyond grateful to be a part of this amazing story and project! Southbridge will be the podcast to listen to!
Voicing: Simone Saunders
Noel Gibson is an award-winning actor known for her extensive work on screen and stage. As an actress, improviser, sketch comedian, voiceover artist, and host- she’s an entertainer extraordinaire who’s well versed in both comedy and drama. Noel surrounds herself with Jesus and considers God her most important homeboy.
As an alumni improviser of UCB and iO WEST, Noel has trained with some of the best teachers in the industry. Her all-women sketch team, Women of Color Anonymous, held a residency for 3+ years at UCB and performs all around Hollywood.
You can see Noel side by side Mindy Kaling on The Mindy Project and with one of her favorite childhood stars Debi Derryberry (voice of Jimmy Neutron) in the new film, Gamers Anonymous. As a host, Noel is best known for her work on PopFuzion TV. Noel is currently starring in a kids series called The Yippee Show that runs on Yippee TV, TBN, and Youtube.