MICHELLE AGRESTI (Bea Casely)
Michelle Agresti is a Los Angeles-based actress from New Jersey. You can hear her as Dr. Alana Maxwell on the Webby nominated audio-drama podcast "Wolf359," and more recently, you can hear her as Jessi on the audio-drama podcast "Hit The Bricks." She has also popped up occasionally on podcasts such as "The Far Meridian" and "StarTripper." She has appeared in various short films, webseries, and stage plays, including a brief stint as a Pet Fashion Correspondent for a show about dogs, and you can find out more info about her on her website, www.michelleagresti.com. You can find out too much info about her on instagram @michelle_agresti and on twitter @michellevelyna.
TRACEY SAYED (Brenda Bentley)
Tracey Sayed is an actress and director. ARDEN marks her audio-drama debut and she absolutely loves working with the Arden cast and is mildly obsessed with the creators. You may have seen her in PARTNERS on FX with her favorite comedian, Martin Lawrence. She can be seen on RESIDENT ADVISORS for HULU, and was cast in THE THUNDERMANS for Nickelodeon. People say, “You must have been the class clown.” And she says, “No, I wasn't. But I sat next to the class clown, and I studied him.” Check her out on Instagram @traceysayed, she usually “feels cute, but might delete later.”Lastly, Mom and Dad, you're never going to see this, but THANK YOU SO MUCH!
SHANNON ESTABROOK (Rosalind Ursula)
Employee of Wheyface Industries. One of the Good People.
CHARLITA GASTON (Pamela Pink)
Improv performer. TV and film actress. Filmmaker. World Traveler. Romantic. Brit Pop Devotee.
BEN WATTS (Andy Wheyface)
BENJAMIN WATTS is an actor and voiceover artist currently killing it in Los Angeles. Originally from Perth, Australia moved to LA, because he is an actor AND THAT’S WHAT YOU DO, OKAY?! Being mildly defensive you may have seen he sharing a drink on NBC’s The Good Place or stealing Christmas as the Grinch at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Once spoke to God but was bitterly disappointed at how Pun-Heavy his material was
"Freaky Fridays" at least twice a year
Found a treasure map on the back of the [REDACTED] and is putting together a team of Harrison Ford and Nicholas Cage look-a-likes
MIA DRAKE (Lorena Christopher/Ensemble)
Thrilled to be part of this new podcast and loves the challenge of providing new and interesting characters throughout this series. Mia has a background in theater in Chicago and Los Angeles, and has a growing list of short film credits along with the small film, Slumdog Millionaire. She grew up on four continents, moved 19 times and is the mother of two teenagers, Oz and Tess.
LIBBY WOODBRIDGE (Dana Hamill)
LIBBY WOODBRIDGE is so happy to be working with the Arden team. Theatre credits include: The Whole of You (Rising Phoenix Rep), What Happened When (July/August cast, Echo Theater Company), Yosemite (Rattlestick Theater), Jerusalem (Broadway), Gabriel (Atlantic Theater Co), Bossa Nova (Yale Rep), Moonlight (Studio Theater), Rock’n’Roll (Wilma Theater). TV: House of Cards, The Good Wife, Girls, Madam Secretary. Film credits include: King Kelly, The Heart Machine, People Are Becoming Clouds, Hunter&Game, Antarctica. Member of Rising Phoenix Rep and the Echo Theater Company.
ZACH GRENIER (Clyde Hamill)
Zach Grenier received a Tony nomination for Moisés Kaufman’s 33 Variations for his performance as Ludwig van Beethoven. He’s known on television for portraying David Lee on CBS’s The Good Wife, a role that he is reprising on The Good Fight for CBS All Access. Films include Fight Club, Zodiac, and Ride with the Devil. His favorite stage role is Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, which he played at the Pittsburgh Public Theater. Grenier can be seen as Mayor Feratti on Ray Donovan and appears as Kenton on the F/X on Hulu series Devs, created by Alex Garland.
REBECCA METZ (Trudy Hamill)
Rebecca is familiar to television audiences as Tressa in Better Things (FX), Melinda on Shameless (Showtime), and Jenna Wrather on Cop and Cami Ask the World (Disney Channel.) Other favorite roles include This Is Us, Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story, Maron, Weeds, Grey's Anatomy, The Mindy Project, Prison Break, Justified, Southland, Californication, Gilmore Girls, and more. She also does voice and theater work in Los Angeles and beyond and is a proud graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama.
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SAOIRSE Ó SÚILLEABHÁIN (Olivia Breckenridge)
Saoirse has appeared in numerous productions on stage and screen in Washington DC, New York City, and Los Angeles. She has also lent her voice to many voiceover productions and has produced an extensive list of audiobook titles that are available on iTunes and Audible.
OSCAR JORDAN (Paul Breckenridge)
Oscar Jordan began his acting career in Chicago with conservatory training from DePaul’s Goodman School Of Drama. Early TV credits include China Beach, Thirtysomething, Seinfeld, Melrose Place, and a recurring role on ER. Film credits include A Few Good Men with Jack Nicholson, I Love Trouble with Julia Roberts, and Life with Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence. He’s a smokin’ guitar player, a badass writer, and can be seen in the upcoming pilot King of K Street.
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MIKE BASH (Sheriff Jake Wunder)
One of The Good People
LINDSAY ZANA (Julie Capsom)
Lindsay is an actor, singer, and Shakespeare enthusiast. You can currently hear her on podcasts like Blackstar Chronicles, The Insomnia Project, Crit Squad, and VAST Horizon. She also has upcoming roles in Primordial Deep, Garbagetown, Dining in the Void, and more! When she’s not emoting into a microphone, she can be found singing with Top Shelf Vocal, snuggling with her pup Winston or belting musical theatre songs in her car.
ROBERT FLEET (Gerald Abernathy/Robert Capsom/Ensemble)
Robert Fleet is an actor, writer and director, best known for his roles in Player (2012), Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar (2011) and as a regular on Season 3 of Video Game High School. He is the writer/director of Last Mountain (Director's Cut 2017) and The Friends of Harry (1995). He is also credited as "Robert C. Fleet" as the author of several novels (Salt City, Last Mountain, etc.) and screenplays (Player, The First Person, etc.). He is married to director/producer Alina Szpak and is the father of visual effects creative director Stephan Szpak-Fleet (Timeless, Iron Fist, Extant, Under The Dome, etc.). As a voice actor, he has provided the narration to dozens of documentaries and countless (usually forgettable) commercials, though recent proud work has been the British commercial "We Are Camels" and the bio-ad for the DJ Marshmello. He has also happily done the voices for animated dragons, wizards, cauliflowers and Lego villains.
LINDSAY SEIM (Natalie Thomas/Ensemble)
Nebraska native Lindsay Seim is an actress and writer, best known for roles in James Wan's Insidious: Chapter 2, Darren Lynn Bousman's (Saw II-IV) St. Agatha, indie drama Blackbird (Monique, Isaiah Washington), and two-time Academy Award-winner Janusz Kaminski's Russian mafia thriller American Dream. Seim has also guest starred on Adult Swim's Decker, NBC's The Event, and stars in upcoming horror/sci-fi feature Befall alongside Michael Madsen. Lindsay Seim has worked extensively both commercially and onstage in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and the Midwest, most notably in her L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Award-nominated performance in Rose Martula's Salsa Saved the Girls, and the award-winning premiere production of Spirit Wheel at the Los Angeles Fringe Festival. Seim has been honored as a Distinguished Alumnus of her alma mater, the University of Nebraska Lincoln's Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, and is an ongoing member of Anthony Meindl's master class.
GRANT PATRIZIO (Kail McPherson/Ensemble)
Grant Patrizio has been voice acting since 2012 and acting for stage and film even longer. Since coming to Los Angeles in 2014, he's lent his skills to films and plays that made it into the 2015 Gwinnett Center International Film Festival, the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival, and the 2019 Short + Sweet Festival as a Judge's Selection Semifinalist. As a Voice Actor, he's been able to voice a variety of audiobooks, animated works, video games, and audio dramas, one of which got him nominated for an Audioverse Award in 2019! His career has been an incredible ride so far, and he's thrilled to enjoy continued employment with Wheyface Industries.
JOHN RAEL (Vince Volio/Ensemble)
John Rael is the producer/lead kicker of the series SkepticallyPwnd.com. You can often find him filming at Raleigh studios and drinking espresso on Larchmont in Hollywood.
TAL MINEAR (Isabelle/Mel DeVille/Ensemble)
Tal is a SoCal based voice actor and podcaster who cannot be stopped from making things. They are the writer and producer for Sidequesting and What Will Be Here, and the co-creator of Light Hearts and Someone Dies In This Elevator. Tal's voice can be found in other audio fiction shows, including Novitero, The Path Down, Transmission Folklore, and several anthology shows. Tal is also the sound designer for Seen and Not Heard and their own podcasts, and they occasionally write for other audio dramas. Find out more about Tal's work at talminear.crd.co.
JENNIFER LIAO (Teresa Hollandaise/Ensemble)
JENNIFER LIAO thanks everyone at Wheyface Industries for inviting her to make her audio drama debut on ARDEN. Jennifer is a director and writer whose feature film directing credits include the supernatural dark comedy END OF DAYS, INC. and the upcoming thriller GRANDMA DEAREST, starring Wendie Malick and Amanda Righetti. She was also a director and writer on the Canadian TV crime drama BLOOD AND WATER, nominated for Best Drama Series at the Canadian Screen Awards. Jennifer is on Twitter a lot @averagejenn and on Instagram @believerville significantly less.
KATIE WRIGHT (Gwen VanDenStern/Helen Fairfield/Ensemble)
Katie Wright is a Los Angeles-based performer, writer and educator, but she’ll always be a Montanan at heart. She has appeared in a variety of stage shows (which you haven’t seen) and was an extra on Orange is the New Black (but you didn’t notice her.) This is her audio drama debut. Follow her on Twitter @katielwright and check out her podcast Bret Easton Hell Yes!