James Oliva - Azrael

James is the creator/writer/director of the audio drama podcast What’s The Frequency? He’s also the voice of Michael Tate on audio podcast drama Greater Boston, Willard on Oakpodcast. James has also had guest appearances on ars Paradoxica, The Strange Case of Starship Iris, Seminar, Big Data, Jim Robbie and the Wanderers, The Haven Chronicles, and Radiation World. He was a finalist for a 2016 and 2017 Audio Verse Award in the acting category.

Tanja Milojevic - Lydia

Tanja is a friendly, fun-loving personality who enjoys meeting new people, making friends, and being creative. Originally from Serbia, she’s lucky to be living in a city where transportation is easy and she can travel with her lovely guide dog, Nabu. Tanja is a recent graduate of University of Massachusetts Boston with a Masters in Vision Rehab Therapy. Tanja enjoy going to the movies, visiting new restaurants, and going on adventures with her supportive friends and their respective dogs. At work, Tanja produces braille for many different clients; at home, she enjoys recording voice-overs!

Tanja feels that her purpose is to voice act and looks forward to the escape every time she sits behind the microphone. She considers the audio drama community family and feels it’s an honor (but a well-deserved one, in our opinion) to be included in such an amazing, talented, and thriving group! Tanja loves listening to podcasts while commuting, and she also owns a huge collection of audio dramas, audio books, audio-described films, and random recordings from her life. Her favorite weird film is “In a World!”, which she describes as empowering, well-done, and hilarious.

Listeners may recognize Tanja as “Denna” in You Are Here, “Melissa” in Greater Boston, “Kora” and “Jem” in Edict Zero FIS, “Madeline” in Relative Worlds, “Prue” in Heavenly Deception, and many others. Tanja’s VO demos can be found herehere, and here.

Sean McKeown - Rob

Sean McKeown is a stage actor, director, producer and sound designer in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He is the founder and Executive Director of the Yard Cat Theatre Company in Wilkes-Barre.

Sean has been working in the theatre for 20 plus years. He has worked as a voice actor on a couple of audio books and in some recordings of Shakespeare, but Minefire is his debut in the world of audio podcast drama. He is very excited to be joining this talented production team.
 
Sean’s bio picture is a production shot from Yard Cat Theatre’s 2016 production of Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol (on man version) by Tom Mula.
 (Photo Credit Jason Riedmiller).

Karim Kronfli - Gabriel

Karim has been a professional performer for more than 20 years, originally working as a medieval entertainer. With plays and film added to his professional repertoire, Karim now loves directing as much as performing. Trained at City Lit in London after first working behind the microphone at BFBS, he specializes in narration and audio drama. He has a powerful and flexible voice, capable of delivering a wide range of characters.

Listeners may recognize as Karim as “Commander Taggart” from The Galaxy Quest Restoration Project, “Abaddon” from The Fall, various characters from The Byron Chronicles, and “Bruce Mercer” from A Scottish Podcast. He also breathes fire. (We’ve confirmed this.)

Jack Pevyhouse - Detective Bradbury

Jack is a member of the award-winning audio drama production company, Crossroad Stations, as a scriptwriter/assistant producer for Jim Robbie and the Wanderers, and voice actor for Misadventure by Death and Otherverse. He is an MFA candidate at UNC Wilmington, with a BA in English from UNC Pembroke. His other audio drama credits include Greater Boston, What’s the Frequency, Station to Station, Inkwyrm, Tales of THATTOWN, and The Six Disappearances of Ella McCray.

Iri Alexander - Mandi

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