Cast in alphabetical order:
Ty Anderson is a character voice actor based in Texas. Ty’s influences range from Looney Tunes, classic Saturday Night Live & SCTV to Mel Blanc, Robin Williams and 1970s Godzilla movies.
His recent voice works include Alexa Storytime, the Amazon Kids reading app, Rapids, FUNKO and Narrator for the soon to be released, award-winning films Beloved Beast and The Chosen. Ty prefers performing villain voices.
In Ty’s free time he enjoys hanging out with his family (believe it or not), watching movies, animation and disc golf.
Ty Anderson voices Chief Roger Overnaut, Grant Grizzly, and other various characters.
Abraham Ayala is a passionate screenwriter from Houston Texas, with a main focus on comedy and sci-fi. In 2018, he worked as judge and curator for the Bechdel Film Festival, where he also produced a table read for the winning script.
In 2019, he graduated with a screenwriting certificate from Houston Community College. That same year, he was nominated for the “Student of the Year” award. Abraham’s web-series “Be Mine” debuted his screenwriting career, and was produced by HCC. His roles in the series include head-writer, director, AD, and editor.
Abraham Ayala voices Ozzy Possum and other various characters.
Bonnie has spent over a decade designing audio on a variety of award-winning educational products, virtual and augmented reality simulations, interactive experiences, and theme park attractions. She is also active as a voice actor, not just in games and education, but also the audio drama and audio fiction scene, and has been involved in two projects so far to be featured at the HEAR NOW Audio Fiction NATF showcase: Cryptic Canticles presents The Dracula Radioplay Experience and The Call of the Flame.
A self-proclaimed “choir junkie”, she regularly performs with a variety of operatic, choral, and musical ensembles, which led her to co-creating and producing the original productions “Evenings in Quarantine: The Zombie Opera“, and the MAGfest and VGM scene touring series “Super Smash Opera“ and it’s sequel “Aria Kart”. She is a frequent arranger and vocalist for a plethora of video game tribute albums by record label The Materia Collective. And… on top of it all… she loves puppetry. See “the Bwak Choir” for one of the latest examples of her exploits. A Pittsburgh Native, now celebrating her 2nd year of living in Austin, she works under her LLC “BlackCatBonifide”.
Bonnie Bogovich voices Aida Sanantonio, Dolly, and other various characters.
Rachel is a freelance voice artist who works as a musician and audio engineer to pay the bills. She boasts a Masters of music in Jazz Studies and produces radio programs for KTTZ-FM, a local public radio station in Lubbock, Texas. She spends the rest of her time knitting and practicing voices in front of her dog, Hef.
Rachel Boyd voices Miss Penny Dollarnickel, Tina Taco, and other various characters. Rachel Boyd also edits all episodes of Codename: Blank.
Brandon Greer is a writer and actor living in the Houston, Texas area. He has been in many theater productions, and has starred in web series and short films like Phantom Nights, Be Mine, and Bounce Back. He made his first foray into podcasting with a role in the horror podcast Sirenicide. Brandon is the creator of Codename: Blank, and also helped to make this website, which deserves a gold star.
Brandon Greer voices Howard Blank and Johnny Taco, and other various characters.
Josh is a video finishing artist and voice actor based in Austin, TX. Vocally trained for many years, Josh has experience in choral and modern singing, voice acting, improv, and charisma coaching. He boasts a decade of video finishing, another decade of vocal training, and 3 years of professional voice acting and 4 years of live/on-screen acting.
Josh Lake voices George Saurus, Lucien Noir, and other various characters.
Shortly after receiving her BA in Theatre from Stephen F. Austin State University, Mai Le moved to Houston in the summer of 2013. Since then, she’s been seen around the local entertainment scene in theatre productions and readings, film festivals, commercials, and web ads.
Even though she’s not a native, she loves Houston and can say that, like many Houstonians, she’s held awkward eye contact with James Harden way too many times – including two separate restaurants, and then in one Adidas commercial – in case anyone was asking. She is signed with Pastorini-Bosby Talent Agency.
Mai Le voices Trisha Taco, Ming Wa, and other various characters.
Jeff Novaez is a filmmaker from Houston, Texas. He started making short films as a way to tell stories as a child. What started as a hobby gradually became a profession as well as an obsession. He has written and directed short live-action films, most recently an episode of an upcoming comedy web series, Be Mine. Jeff specializes in animation, particularly stop-motion clay animation where the many characters that bounce around in his head take on a more tangible form. One of his favorite ways to make characters come to life is through voice acting. Jeff has voiced nearly all the characters for his animations and has also done commission voice acting work for other projects. Jeff is looking forward to providing his voice in this exciting new series!
Jeff Novaez voices Silly Dog, Zabby-Zee, and other various characters.