Tamara Tracer has a past she is hoping to hide. She is known as ‘Tracy Tanner’ to the residents of Hemlock, and they have no idea who she really is or what she has done. Their quiet librarian is, in fact, a woman with very incredible powers.
Carrie Olsen is a voice actor, business coach, wife, and mother who has lent her voice to brands like Kmart, Taco Bell, Bank of America, REI and others. She shares her voiceover passion and expertise in her online courses, blog, and podcast. When she's not in her voiceover booth, you can find her hiding out in a coffee shop in Kansas City with her husband and daughters.
Courtney Chu is a 12 year old actress and singer, who loves God, animals, scooters, books and, of course acting! She is thrilled to be teaming with Modern Audio Drama again! Other radio drama credits include Izzy, Christmas is Coming and the Peabody Award winning podcast Mars Patel. She recently signed-on as a series regular for PBS's Emmy-winning Cyber Chase For Real. Other works include short films and numerous voice-overs for feature film, tv and radio including Miss Hokusai, Superwings and Magic Adventures. She also enjoys the thrill of the live performance on stage, with her favorite roles being Jane Banks in Mary Poppins and Ngana in South Pacific. She has released two singles and is a proud member of Broadway Kids Against Bullying, raising money for the National non-profit organization, No Bully, and was was a soloist on the steps of the NYC Public Library's PEN America event, a rally to celebrate freedom of speech, press and expression. She enjoys modeling and has done numerous print and internet work.
From musician to broadcasting to theatre, Joe is an accomplished stage and audio drama actor who even has some indie film experience. Some of his favorite stage credits include Martin Vanderhoff in You Can’t Take It With You, Captain Bracket in South Pacific and Pop in Gypsy. His audio credits include appearances in dramas for a number of production companies including Misfits Audio, BrokenSea, Campfire Radio Theatre, Colonial Radio Theater, Electric Vicuna Productions, Precarious Audio, Decorated Air Theater, Small Town Podcast/Creepy Podcast, NARADA Radio Company, Harvest Audio Productions and many others.
Joe lives in Connecticut.
Mild mannered scientist by day, gamer by night, Mark has just recently attempted to break into the voice over industry. He has always had a great passion for theater and singing, and its something he is hoping be able to follow his true passion in. A talent for acting given to him by his late father, he always dedicates everything he does to him. "It's all for you Dad."
Currently the voice of Michael Tate on popular audio podcast drama Greater Boston, he has also had guest appearances on Ars Paradoxica, The Strange Case of Starship Iris, Seminar, Big Data, Jim Robbie and the Wanderers and Radiation World. He was a finalist for an 2016 Audio Verse Award in the category of Best Performance of an Actor in an Original Ensemble Role for a Long Form Production. James also has his own podcast drama that he has written and directed called What’s The Frequency?
Full time technologist, part time author, restorer of old cars, husband and father of three with enough time left over to try his hand at voice acting. His fiction focuses on the darker side of humanity. His tastes in audio drama cover all genres. A fan of old time radio since childhood, modern audio drama allows him to perform in the theater of the mind. Writing credits include ‘Bedtime Story’ in Hannibal's Manor (Wicked East Press), ‘Music for an Enchanted End’ in Wicked Bag of Fantasy Tales (Wicked East Press), ‘Cold Love’ in Cover Of Darkness (Sam's Dot Publishing), ‘Immorality Imparted’ in Under the Bed1in Nebula Rift Vol.4 No. 4 (FictionMagazine.com)