Doug is best known for his character The Nostalgia Critic, who reviews bad movies and TV shows connected to childhood. He's also noted for having a long standing "rivalry" with The Angry Video Game Nerd. He's appeared on PBS, Entrepreneur Magazine, New York Times, 20/20, Rifftrax, Honest Trailers, Cinema Sins, and was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year at the Mashable Awards as well as one of the Best YouTube Critics by WatchMojo.com. He’s performed with Mike Nelson, James Rolfe, Mara Wilson, Dante Basco, Paul Dini, Andre Meadows, Rob Paulsen, Maurice Lamarche, Don Bluth, and has been praised by the late Roger Ebert. His image even appeared in the anime Zettai Karen Children. He’s more than a God, but less than a man…or is it the other way around? Either way just watch him! He clearly needs the attention.
From telling you about the new McCafe items at McDonald's to tormenting the Nostalgia Critic as Satan, Malcolm Ray is an actor, and voice actor. His skills go beyond acting with professional training in film and video as his major at Columbia College Chicago. In the span of his Bachelor career at Columbia, Malcolm has successfully completed his Interdisciplinary Film Degree, been the casting director for a practicum film, interned at O'Connor Casting, and has begun a professional acting career. He's also studied courses in Columbia's Radio and Theatre Departments including; Voice Over, Voice Acting for Animation, Radio Production, Stage Voice and more. Malcolm is represented as talent at the Stewart Talent agency in Chicago. As a freelance actor, he's appeared alongside Doug Walker in many episodes of "Nostalgia Critic"
Tamara Chambers is an actress and comedian from California. She studied Acting at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in California but now lives in Chicago where she spends her days hiding from snow. No. Wait. She is a theater and film actress who does stand-up comedy. Yes. Tamara is on the internet show The Nostalgia Critic alongside Doug Walker and is known mostly for her Character “Hyper Fan Girl”. Her favorite things are cats, comedy, and the Fallout franchise. Also microwaved popcorn. And lists. And movies she’s never seen.
From Santa Christ to the Executor in To Boldly Flee, Rob Walker always plays a big role in the creation of the show Nostalgia Critic. He co-writes each episode, plays several hilarious characters, and also co-hosts the blog series Sibling Rivalry with his brother Doug. Always having a quick comeback (except when he doesn't), he's there to entertain.
The creative genius ultimately (or infamously) responsible for the Walker Brothers (after all, he IS their father) Barney is also the chief musician for Doug’s musical adventures and is the Associate Technical Director for the studio, working alongside Jim Jarosz creating props, sets, costumes, cinematography and lighting. And when Doug needs a geezer in a review, Barney is reluctantly there, as in Pixels, Hocus Pocus, Face-off, Ghostbusters and his favorite (?) role, Bea Arthur in the Star Wars Christmas Special.
The Nerdfit Network (“Nerdfit”) is a Boston-based entertainment group has delivered hours of laughs and amazement at events since 2007. Nerdfit provides a versatile list of talents including (but not limited to) hosting and performing in panel presentations, game shows, concerts, DJ sets and dance parties. Outside of events, they provide live streams, videos and comedy articles about anime, video games, technology, and silly conspiracy theories. You can find them at http://www.Nerdfit.com.
Team Rammyz is a group of friends creating videos for various original series, including a gritty anthology series, featuring creepypasta and slenderverse characters, Cosplay Music Videos, Podcasts and more! Each member of the team contributes to different facets of the filming process, from acting, lighting and camera work to sound and video editing, voice acting and promoting the channel and its videos. One of the main goals of Team Rammyz is to dance on the thin line between horror and comedy to challenge themselves as story tellers. In addition to filming, Team Rammyz works together to create cosplays and props to be featured in their future videos.
Gaming and showtunes collide on Random Encounters, the beloved YouTube channel responsible for turning everything from Five Nights at Freddy's to Phoenix Wright into original musical numbers. Armed with catchy tunes and a shamelessly geeky wit, RE lovingly blends Walt Disney style with otaku charm in their library of over one hundred crazy recreations of popular video games. Step into the tall grass and experience a random encounter unlike any other at youtube.com/randomencountersent!
Eric Menge is an author, game-designer, and intermittent attorney. He co-authored Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue, an award-nominated RPG supplement for Wizards of the Coast, and was a writer for Legend of the Five Rings by AEG. He is currently creating an online graphic novel Snow by Night (http://www.snowbynight.com), where he now dreams of muskets, alchemy, and snow in the moonlight.
Steph Stober is a freelance illustrator who never quite grew out of cartoons and comic books. Most of her time is spent drawing, spoiling her two rabbits (Caesar and Houdini), and generally geeking out about nerdy things on the internet. She is the creator of Final Arcanum (http://www.finalarcanum.com) and more of her work can be found at stephstober.me!
Alex Cohen is the creator and illustrator behind Tiny Snek Comics, the popular animal-
themed webcomic that features the exploits of snakes, birds, possums, and sloths
(among other critters), with a healthy dose of existentialism and progressive politics. A
native of Tucson, Arizona, Alex recently graduated from Occidental College in Los
Angeles with degrees in Politics and Economics. While not an artist by trade or by
training, Alex has been a notebook doodler his whole life, and since entering the world
of webcomics only two years ago, his work has spread widely across the Internet and
reached an audience of millions. For more information and to see some comics, visit
@TinySnekComics on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram; to check out merchandising and
other opportunities to support Alex in his endeavors, visit
Garth Graham and Michael Terracciano are the creators of the sci-fi superhero space
adventure, STAR POWER! After working on their previous webcomics, "Finder's
Keepers" and "Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire," they teamed up to create a superhero
story with more action than violence and more adventure than angst. STAR POWER
continues to impress readers with out-of-this-world characters and stellar artwork.
Garth and Michael have been making independent comics for over fifteen years, and
they hope you find the world they've created a place you want to escape to, not from.
Follow the ongoing adventures of STAR POWER at http://www.starpowercomic.com!