A man with a severe sleep disorder becomes the star of his own reality TV show, much to the chagrin of his girlfriend.
Elizabeth Pan is a Chinese-American bi-coastal actor calling both Los Angeles and Atlanta home. She has worked extensively in theater, film, tv, commercials and voiceover. Elizabeth has trained at the Royal National Theater in London and the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. When she isn’t on stage, in the booth or on screen, she plots world domination through real estate and enjoys a pescatarian foodie life. She is thrilled to be a part of this fun podcast as podcasts are how she gets all her information these days.
When he was growing up (and until he was about 40), Michael’s nickname was “Joey.”
A weirdo, he was often picked on and bullied and school.
He coped with undiagnosed bi-polar disorder (later diagnosed) by running, writing, painting, and acting. He still does.
He made all of this.
Hannah grew up in the historic and culture-filled pocket in Pennsylvania known as Bucks County; both Roger Hammerstein and Stephen Sondheim have also had the privilege of calling Bucks County home.
Hannah’s first indication that theatre was her calling was in the car with her father when he would play the Sirius XM Broadway station. She participated in drama all through high school and after some careful consideration studied Educational Theatre in the Music and Performing Arts Professions sector at NYU’s Steinhardt. She graduated as an honors scholar with a perfect 4.0 and a Founder’s Day award for her dedication and hard work. Hannah also minored in Media, Culture, and Communications
Rich Greene is a voice actor who loves to tell a story. Whether it’s by playing the part of an intergalactic energy vampire or a bully-busting goldfish in podcasts and film or creating friendly, intelligent, and relatable narration for ads and explainer videos, Rich will provide the energy and professionalism needed to tell your story. Besides being a voice actor, Rich has worked as a rock band frontman, a singer, a guitarist, a songwriter, an educator, and a game show contestant. He loves long walks along the Erie Canal and mashed potatoes.
Elliott Dixon is an actor, writer, and photographer that practices radical kindness through biographical brevity.
Elliott is the star of Episode 9, “Greetings from Haiti.”