Jordan Cobb is a New York City based actress and writer, and a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. A fan of radio plays and books on tape from the time she could walk and talk, Jordan made her first forays into the world of podcasting by creating and performing in the high seas adventure audio drama Here Be Dragons (as Harper Bennett & Dr. Atlas), and sci-fi horror series Janus Descending (Chel). Now, her credits have grown to include popular shows like Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services (Alicia Grand), We Fix Space Junk (Princess Flora), 1994 (Carrie Bird), Mythos (Gracie Hart) and L I M B O (Rani). On stage, her recent credits include The Other Other Woman; a new French farce, The Merry Widows of Windsor, On This Mountain, Henry VI Parts 1, 2 & 3, Lydia Bennett in Shakespeare and Company’s Pride and Prejudice, and Maid Marian in Robin Hood.
Lt. Laura Riggs
Lindsey is an actor, voiceover artist, and creator based in Chicago. Some favorite theatre credits include Rosalind Franklin in Photograph 51, Duck Macatarsney in The Monster in the Hall, and Betsy Tverskoy in Anna Karenina. She is a Company Member with both Barrel of Monkeys and Filament Theatre, where she works to amplify the voices and activate the imaginations of young people in Chicago. If you’d like more of her voice in your ears, you can find her as Stephanie in the Dog Night podcast and narrating audiobooks for Audible.com.
Photo by: Joe Mazza.
As well as being the writer/creator of Among the Stars and Bones, Chris can be heard as Hector Ivory in Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services and as Lt Col. Hayden and Corporal Jenkins in Copperheart. He has also appeared in Electromancy, Someone Dies in This Elevator and Mythos, and is part of the ensemble cast for the upcoming horror anthology series Act Natural.
A glutton for punishment, he will also be producing and performing in the (eventually) upcoming The 59 Bodies of Saki Laroth.
Find him on Twitter: @chrismagilton
Graham is a New York based actor who has appeared in numerous television shows and stage productions. He recently completed the Broadway run of Steve Martin’s “Meteor Shower”.
Other Broadway: Sunset Boulevard, Mamma Mia, Guys and Dolls, LoveMusik, Dracula, Beauty and the Beast.
TV: Law and Order: SVU, Elementary, The Good Wife.
Graham has been narrating audio books since 2010, and has been featured on such podcast audio dramas as The Truth, No Sleep, Theatre of Tomorrow, The Hotel, and 6 Minutes.
While in high school, Graham was briefly suspended from performing the morning announcements because of “inappropriate sounds.”
Dr Celia Pennella
Shakira (pronouns: they/them) was born at a very young age, and has been alive ever since.
Despite being unable to walk or speak upon entering the world, they triumphed over adversity to become something resembling a responsible adult, avidly pursuing two goals along the way:
– to understand as much as possible about almost everything (a drive they feel Celia would appreciate), and
– to sing anything they can get away with
A queer, agendered, multiracial singer and voice artist currently based in the Netherlands, Shakira aims to be the non-binary representation their younger self needed to see in the world.
If one were to mix an amalgam of papers, microphones, and an abundance of coffee, the resulting solution would likely resemble the vague form of Sam Nguyen. Sam is a singer, voice actor, and academic based in San Diego, California. An avid listener of podcasts and audio dramas, there are few greater joys in Sam’s life than lending his voice to writers and directors.
Sam can be further found playing Samuel Argent in Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services.
Lucille Valentine is a poet, writer, and visual artist whose work often involves themes of gender, queerness, and poverty. You can keep up with her on twitter and hear her in The Six Disappearances of Ella McCray, the upcoming second season of Unplaced, as well as occasional appearances in other shows such as Zoo.
A customer service phone sales rep by day, Allison spent many hours listening to podcasts and audio dramas before deciding to jump in and join the fun. She is one of the six women that created Calling Darkness and you can also hear her on current and upcoming shows including The Insomnia Project, Fangirls, The Glass Appeal and Copperheart.
When not buried in her closet, yelling into a blanket lined box, she enjoys curling up with large mugs of coffee and her cats, reading books and spending too much time on her phone interacting with the various people she’s latched onto from getting involved in the audio drama world.
She is always looking for more projects to be involved in and can be easily convinced by contacting her on Twitter – @Worst_Hero_Ever
Dylan Chambers is a British man that spends an unhealthy amount of time using computers. By day he works as a Software Engineer, and by night he spends most of his time being unproductive. On his rare periods of productivity, Dylan experiments with digital art, music, games development, and more recently, voice acting. Among the Stars and Bones is one of his first released roles, along with Dr Ogilvy in the Copperheart series.
You can find his inane ramblings at @D33DAA on Twitter.
After some sucky teenage years, she gave up reality and is now a dual-wielding rogue who works through every tiny side-quest and always ends up too over-powered for the final boss. Anything but zen, Devin subsists on tea and chocolate and so much fried zucchini she ought to have turned into one by now.
Devin writes obsessively, but if you’re after happy, fuzzy tales then you’ve come to the wrong place. She has released two fantasy novel series through Orbit – The Reborn Empire and The Vengeance Trilogy. Her novels come in all shades of grey and are populated with characters of questionable morals and a liking for witty banter.
When not writing novels, she is to be found on YouTube, offering video essays on topics from Diet Culture to the nature or Reality at her channel Chronic Critiques. She is also working on her audio drama, The 59 Bodies of Saki Laroth, set in the same world as her books.
Find her on Twitter: @devinmadson
Tarek Esaw is an actor and voiceover artist born and raised in Arkansas. They realized their fondness for acting and performing after carelessly signing up for a drama class in high school and have been in multiple stage productions ever since. Some of their favorite onstage roles include Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web, Tobias in Sweeney Todd, and Smee in Peter Pan. With the pandemic stalling live theatre, they turned to voice acting to satisfy their passion and discovered a love for it as well. They can now be heard in audio dramas such as Dreambound as Robin and The Sojourn as Bankole.
In what little free time they have, they enjoy spending excessive amounts of money on coffee and boba, as well as coming up with new ideas and sentimental backstories for Dungeons and Dragons characters that they will likely never play.
Find them on Twitter: @T__wonder
Andrey is from Prokopyevsk, Russia and is the biggest pan/poly man this side of the Ural Mountains. The acting bug bit early, with kindergarten appearances as a spoon player and barker in performances based on Russian folklore. When he started barking orders at teammates in online gaming, a lot of players liked his voice, which led to a slow transition into voice acting.
You can find him on Twitter: @AndreyDragovich
As a Malaysian-born Chinese man who moved to Australia then to New Zealand then back to Australia again (and currently resides in Adelaide, South Australia), Edwyn Tiong possesses a uniquely accented voice that can be best described as “American with a hint of everything”. Edwyn has been voice acting for years on the internet, and if you were a frequent browser of Newgrounds in the mid-00s, you would probably have heard him in almost every single game and animation on there. These days, you can hear him in games such as Tangle Tower, Lost in Random, Edge of Eternity, Freedom Planet, Unavowed, Dust: An Elysian Tail, My Time at Portia and many more!