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Featured Guests

Black Nerd Comedy

Black Nerd Comedy

ANDRE MEADOWS is the creator of BLACK NERD COMEDY. Every week, Andre posts Black Nerd Rants, Reviews, Vlogs and Videos on his YouTube Channel, filled with Geek Culture, Video Games, Comic Conventions, Saturday Morning Cartoons, 80's Retro and 90's Nostalgia. He performed the Ninja Rap for Vanilla Ice, sang "Reading Rainbow" with LeVar Burton, made comedic videos with the Power Rangers Movie cast, moderated Nickelodeon Comic-Con panels for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers and All That Reunion, visited the Nintendo of America Office, received dating advice from Ice Cube & Kevin Hart, and has done collaborations with Nostalgia Critic, Channel Awesome, Angry Video Game Nerd, and other various YouTube channels. Andre is also the host of "Catching Up with Andre" on Regal Cinemas, "Crash Course Games" produced by John & Hank Green, and "Kingdom Geek" with co-host Katie Wilson on Fullscreen. And he probably has a bigger Smurf collection than most of you.

Claudia Gray

Claudia Gray


Claudia Gray is a pseudonym. I would like to say that I chose another name so that no one would ever learn the links between my shadowy, dramatic past and the explosive secrets revealed through my characters. This would be a lie. In truth, I took a pseudonym simply because I thought it would be fun to choose my own name. (And it is.) I write novels full-time, absolutely love it, and hope to be able to do this forever. My home is in New Orleans, is more than 100 years old, and is painted purple. In my free time I read, travel, hike, cook and listen to music. You can keep up with my latest releases, thoughts on writing and various pop-culture musings via Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, GoodReads, Instagram or (of course) my own home page. If you want to contact me, you can email me here, but your best bet is probably to Tweet me. I don't do follows on Twitter, but I follow everyone back on Tumblr, Pinterest and GoodReads.
 

Courtenay Taylor

Courtenay Taylor

Psychotic biotic? Check. Dulcet-toned humanoid? Check. Post-apocalyptic wasteland wanderer? Check and check! That’s right; Jack from Mass Effect, Starla on Cartoon Network’s Regular Show and the Sole Survivor in Fallout 4 all share the same vocal cords of actress Courtenay Taylor!

You will also recognize her as the voice of Ada Wong’s in Resident Evil 6 & RE:Damnation, Serina in Halo Wars, Jedi Juhani in Knights Of the Old Republic and Lego Dimension’s Wicked Witch of the West!!  She’s Amanda Holliday in Destiny, Val in Evolve, Hex in the Skylanders games and TV series, Sergeant Hammer in Heroes Of The Storm and voices roles in many other games like Titanfall 2, For Honor, Elder Scrolls Online, World of Warcraft, XCom, Call of Duty, Diablo 3, Fallout New Vegas, WildStar, Alpha Protocol, and 85+ more!

While providing the pipes for a host of animated characters, you may also see her in live action projects like the cult classic Cannes-awarded feature Rubber as well as roles on TV’s Franklin & Bash and Criminal Minds.

NOTABLE VOICE ROLES:

Female Player (Nora) in Fallout 4
Jack in Mass Effect 2 and 3
Ada Wong in Resident Evil 6, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, and Resident Evil: Damnation
Starla on Regular Show
Juhani in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Hex in Skylanders
Wonder Woman in Justice League Heroes 

Five Nights at Freddy’s- Sister Location

Five Nights at Freddy’s- Sister Location

Andy Field
Andy Field is best known as the "friendly" voice of Hand Unit, the smooth-talking computer guide through Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. He's also in the fast-paced sci-fi shooter Nelo and makes terrifying sound for the zombie survival game Contagion.
He has voiced national commercials for Homewood Suites and Virgin Mobile/Walmart, where he may have been involved in the biggest RickRoll in history with their commercial "Do It For The Data."
Before he was a voice actor, Andy was employed as a teacher, soldier, emergency medical technician, waiter, bartender, furniture salesman, driver, golf caddie, government contractor, college professor, small business owner, and drummer. He's still a long-time member of the U.S. Army Reserve, at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel! He was deployed to Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan in support of the Global War on Terror.
Andy resides with his wife and children in the quaint town of Oxford, Mississippi.

Kellen Goff
Kellen Goff is a Los Angeles-based voice actor with more than 400 video games and animation roles to his name. Ever since the age of 5, he's been practicing and perfecting craft, getting into it professionally at 13, and only honing and studying it more and more since. Some of his more notable roles include Funtime Freddy in "Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location", numerous creatures in Zoink and EA's "Fe" (Featured at E3 2016), Ronshaku's Father in "Yandere Simulator", Ichor and Si Ma Yi in "Heroes of Newerth", and Sammy the Spade in "Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6".
Kellen has also gained notoriety through projects such as Atari's "Star Trek Online" (Additional Voices), MondoMedia's "Like, Share, Die" (Various Roles), NeocoreGames' "Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr" (Renegade Sergeant), Zoink's "Zombie Vikings" (Various Roles), Sony Entertainment's "Swan Princess 6" (Nums and Rufus), Mandoo Pictures' "Rock Dog" (Rock Show Announcer and Additional Voices), Hasbro's "Ask Vector Prime" (Aston and Additional Voices), and many, many more!

Heather Masters
After laying aside her theatre degree for several years in exchange for family and the outdoors in beautiful Alaska, Heather was elated to discover voice acting as a way to set free once again all the voices in her head.  Diving into audiobooks first, Heather has produced over 20 titles in both young adult and adult genres. She has voiced projects for brands like AT&T, Whole Foods, and Lenovo. Recently, she has ventured into videogames, and can be heard as Spidergwen in Marvel's Avengers Academy, Circus Baby in FNAF World, and Circus Baby once again in FNAF's Sister Location.

Michella Moss
She's best known for the creepy voice that sings Ballora's song in Five nights at Freddys, but Michella Moss is also the sensuous voice for luxury resorts (Sandals), the confident voice of trusted brands (Toyota, Verizon, T Rowe Price), the knowledgeable voice for Universities (UBC, CSU, Cornell) and the voice that puts you in the zone to meditate (Relax melodies)... just to name a few.
Michella’s voice has been heard locally, regionally, nationally and internationally on Radio, film, documentaries, video games and audio books.
An accomplished singer, song writer and performer, Michella has honed her craft, wowed her clients and continues to up her game through ongoing acting classes, continued songwriting and performing.
Her current inspiration and creative juice come from living in the wilds of British Columbia, Canada.

Jeremy Shada

Jeremy Shada

Jeremy Shada is an American actor, musician and singer who is best known for his work as the voice of Finn the Human from the American animated television series Adventure Time. He is also known for starring as various characters in the sketch-comedy series Incredible Crew.

He began acting at the age of seven soon after moving to Los Angeles with his family. He was inspired to act by his older brother Zack Shada, who had begun acting himself. Jeremy initially appeared in commercials. Later on, he began auditioning for voice acting and theatrical performances, taking the advice from a voice over agent. His first live action theatrical role was as Young Kurt Diamond in No Rules. He has since appeared in additional live action and voice acting roles, such as playing Charlie Pace in childhood flashbacks on Lost.

In 2009, Jeremy’s agent approached him with the idea of auditioning for the role of Finn. Both recognized that Zack Shada had been the original voice of Finn in the pilot episode of Adventure Time three years before. After viewing the pilot on YouTube, Shada matched his voice with the voice of Zack Shada in auditions with Adventure Time's creator Pendleton Ward and the show's producers, earning him the Finn role. In 2012, Shada joined the cast of Nick Cannon's sketch-comedy series, Incredible Crew. In June 2012, to promote Incredible Crew's 2013 premiere, Cartoon Network released a music rap video titled "Running Errands with My Mom" which features Shada performing and rapping the lyric. The video has since generated over one million views.

Because of his acting schedule, Shada was homeschooled. Answering fan questions on his Facebook page, Shada indicated that he graduated from high school early in May 2013.

On July 21, 2014, Jeremy Shada announced that he is a member of Los Angeles-based pop punk band Make Out Monday. The band also consists of Jeremy's brother Zack Shada and friends Logan Charles, John Spicer and Seth Renken. Make Out Monday has performed at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con.

Jerome Flynn

Jerome Flynn

Jerome is an English actor and singer. He is best known for his roles as Kenny "Rambo" Baines in the 1986 television film London's Burning, as Paddy Garvey in the ITV series Soldier Soldier, Bronn in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, and Bennet Drake in Ripper Street.
 

Julian Glover

Julian Glover

 Julian Wyatt Glover was born on March 27, 1935 in Hampstead, London, England, to Honor Ellen Morgan (Wyatt), a BBC journalist, and Claude Gordon Glover, a BBC radio producer. He is of English, Scottish and Welsh ancestry. Primarily a classical stage actor, Glover trained at the National Youth Theatre, performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company and became a familiar face to British television viewers by appearing in many popular series during the 1960s and 1970s. His talent for accents and cold expression made him an ideal choice for playing refined villains. During the 1980s, Glover achieved some fame in Hollywood by playing roles including General Maximilian Veers in Star Wars: Episode V : The Empire Strikes Back (1980), the James Bond villain Aristotle Kristatos in For Your Eyes Only (1981), Walter Donovan in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), and Brian Harcourt-Smith in The Fourth Protocol (1987). In the 2002 film version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Glover voiced the giant spider Aragog. He has also made numerous guest appearances in television series such as The Avengers (1961), Doctor Who (1963), Space: 1999 (1975), Blakes 7 (1978), Remington Steele (1982) and Merlin (2008). He played the recurring role of Grand Maester Pycelle in HBO's Game of Thrones for several seasons. He was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2013 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to drama.
 

Katherine McNamara

Katherine McNamara

KATHERINE MCNAMARA The ingénue rising star Katherine McNamara can currently be seen starring as the lead ‘Clary Fray’ in the Freeform series “Shadowhunters,” a book-to-screen adaptation of the bestselling “The Mortal Instruments” book series. News of her casting traveled fast and wide as she landed a coveted role in young Hollywood. The series premiered to stellar ratings, being the #1 series debut in more than two years, and helped launch the rebrand of the channel. McNamara was nominated for a 2016 Teen Choice Award “Choice TV Breakout Star” for her role as ‘Clary Fray,’ with “Shadowhunters” returning for the second half of season two. International audiences have been captivated by the series with the show being streamed on Netflix.   In 2015, McNamara closed out a lightning year, portraying another fierce female role as ‘Sonya’ in the second installment of “The Maze Runner” trilogy, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” alongside Dylan O’Brien and Kaya Scodelario. She will reprise her role in the trilogy set to hit theaters in early 2018.   Katherine began her career on Broadway at the age of 13 as ‘Fredrika’ in “A Little Night Music,” starring opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury. Her other roles include ‘Esther Jane’ in the pre-Broadway world premiere of “A Christmas Story, the Musical!” as well as “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “The Crucible,” “Inherit the Wind” and “Galileo.” She has also been cast in a number of Equity workshops/readings including “PAN” with Laura Osnes, which was created by the “In the Heights” creative team.   McNamara now divides her acting talents between television and film. Notable television credits include “The Fosters,” “CSI,” “Unforgettable,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “30 Rock,” “Late Night with David Letterman,” MTV “Happyland,” “Workaholics,” “Jessie,” “Good Morning America” and PBS’s “Sondheim! The Birthday Concert.”   McNamara made her big screen debut in Warner Bros.’ “New Year’s Eve,” where she portrays ‘Lily.’ She also starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Girl Vs. Monster” opposite Olivia Holt, which attracted more than 5 million viewers, as well as in the independent film “Contest” as ‘Sarah O’Malley’ opposite Kenton Duty. The film dives into the dark world of high school bullying and found a home on Cartoon Network as part of their anti-bullying initiative. Other film projects for the young Hollywood darling include “Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn” opposite Joel Courtney and Jake T. Austin, Disney’s family-friendly “Little Savages,” Universal’s film by R.L. Stine, “MONSTERVILLE: Cabinet of Souls,” “A Sort of Homecoming” opposite Laura Marano, “Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?” with Cloris Leachman, “Natural Selection” with Anthony Michael Hall, “A Wife’s Nightmare” with Jennifer Beals and “Indiscretion” with Mira Sorvino and Cary Elwes.   At the age of 14, McNamara graduated with honors from high school and graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Business with an emphasis in Finance from Drexel University’s Le Bow School of Business at the age of 17. She is now pursuing a Master of Literature at John Hopkins University as part of their Advanced Academics graduate degree program.   McNamara has a passion for all forms of dance including ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, waltz and hula. She is a member of the Actors Equity Young Performers Committee and a reader for the Blank Theater’s New Play Development Reading Committee. Katherine is committed to giving back to the community and is a Champion for the United Nations Foundation’s girl empowerment campaign, Girl Up, a spokesperson for Stomp Out Bullying, an avid supporter of the MS Society and the Lollipop Theater Network, a lifetime Girl Scout and a volunteer for the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

L.E. Modesitt Jr.

L.E. Modesitt Jr.

L.E. MODESITT, JR. is the bestselling author of over seventy novels encompassing two science fiction series and four fantasy series including the Saga of Recluce, The Imager Portfolio,  and SpellSong Cycle, as well as several other novels in the science fiction genre.

Mr. Modesitt has been a delivery boy; a lifeguard; an unpaid radio disc jockey; a U.S. Navy pilot; a market research analyst; a real estate agent; a director of research for a political campaign; legislative assistant and staff director for a U.S. Congressman; Director of Legislation and Congressional Relations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; a consultant on environmental, regulatory, and communications issues; and a college lecturer and writer in residence. In addition to his novels, Mr. Modesitt has published technical studies and articles, columns, poetry, and a number of science fiction stories. His first story was published in 1973. He lives in Cedar City, Utah.

Shelby Rabara

Shelby Rabara

Shelby Rabara is an actress and voice over artist from Orange County, CA. She is the voice of “Peridot” on Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and can be seen playing “Heidi” on her new show, “Me and My Grandma” alongside Rhea Perlman and Eva Gutowski which debuts in February 2017 on YouTube Red. Shelby can also be seen on Amazon’s GOLIATH, MTV’s Awkward, The Mindy Project, and 2 Broke Girls.

Sylvester McCoy

Sylvester McCoy

Sylvester McCoy (born Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith: 20 August 1943) is a Scottish actor, best known for playing
the seventh incarnation of the Doctor in the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who from 1987 to 1989—the final Doctor of the original run—and briefly returning in a television film in 1996, as well as for his role as the wizard Radagastthe Brown in Peter Jackson's film adaptations of The Hobbit.

He was born Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith in Dunoon, on the Cowal peninsula, to an Irish mother and English father, killed in action in World War II a couple of months before his son was born. His maternal grandmother was from Portadown, Northern Ireland. He was raised religious, but is now an atheist.

He was raised primarily in Dunoon where he attended St. Mun';s School. He then studied for the priesthood at Blair's College, a seminary in Aberdeen between the ages of 12 and 16, but he gave this up and continued his education at Dunoon GrammarSchool. After he left school he moved to London where he worked in the insurance industry for 5 years. He worked in The Roundhouse box office for a time, where he was discovered by Ken Campbell.

He came to prominence as a member of the experimental theatre troupe "The Ken Campbell Roadshow". His best known act was as a stuntman character called "Sylveste McCoy" in a play entitled An Evening with Sylveste McCoy (the name was coined by actor Brian Murphy, part of the Roadshow at the time), where his stunts included putting a fork and nails up his nose and stuffing ferrets down his trousers, and setting his head on fire. As a joke, the programme notes listed Sylveste McCoy as played by "Sylveste McCoy";and, after a reviewer missed the joke and assumed that Sylveste McCoy was a real person, Kent-Smith adopted this as his stage name. Some years later, McCoy added an "r" to the end of "Sylveste", in part because of the actors' superstition that a stage name with thirteen letters was unlucky.

Notable television appearances before he gained the role of the Doctor included roles in Vision On (where he played Pepe/Epep, a character who lived in the mirror), an O-Man in Jigsaw and Tiswas. He also appeared in Eureka, often suffering from the inventions of Wilf Lunn and as Wart, assistant to StarStrider in the CITV series of the same name. McCoy also portrayed, in one-man shows on the stage, two famous movie comedians: Stan Laurel and Buster Keaton. He also appeared as Henry "Birdie" Bowers in the 1985 television serial about Scott';s last Antarctic expedition, The Last Place on Earth. McCoy also had a small role in the 1979 film Dracula opposite Laurence Olivier and Donald Pleasence and has sung with the Welsh National Opera.

McCoy became the Seventh Doctor after taking over the lead role in Doctor Who in 1987 from Colin Baker. He remained on the series until it ended in 1989, ending with Survival. As Baker declined the invitation to film the regeneration scene, McCoy briefly wore a wig and appeared, face-down, as the 6th Doctor. He played the Doctor in the 1993 charity special Dimensions in Time, and again in 1996, appearing in the beginning of the Doctor Who television movie starring Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor. In his first series, McCoy, a comedy actor, portrayed the character with a degree of clown-like humour, but script editor Andrew Cartmel soon changed that when fans argued that the character (and plots) were becoming increasingly lightweight. The Seventh Doctor developed into a much darker figure than any of his earlier incarnations, manipulating people like chess pieces and always seeming to be playing a deeper game. A distinguishing feature of McCoy's performances was his manner of speech. He used his natural slight Scottish accent and rolled his rs. At the start of his tenure he used proverbs and sayings adapted to his own ends (e.g. "There's many a slap twixt cup and lap" – Delta and the Bannermen), although this characteristic was phased out during the later, darker series of his tenure. In 1990, readers of Doctor Who Magazine voted McCoy's Doctor "Best Doctor", over perennial favourite Tom Baker

In November 2013 McCoy co-starred in the one-off 50th anniversary comedy homage The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot. McCoy began filming for The Hobbit, A three-part adaptation of the book, in 2011. He portrayed the wizard Radagast, alongside fellow King Lear actor Ian McKellen who reprised his role as Gandalf.

Although the character of Radagast is only alluded to in The Hobbit, and only a minor character in The Lord of the Rings, the part has been expanded for the films.

McCoy has recently filmed apart for the Netflix science fiction series Sense8.