Episode 022 – Guest:Katie Leigh and Alicyn Packard. Two of the voice cast from the PBS Kids show “Poppy Cat” will be interviewing with us next!

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We’d like to invite you to listen to a special episode of On Vox featuring two of the cast of the very successful animated series “Poppy Cat” from sprout. Both of these ladies are also part of the Voxy Ladies as well, so check them out there also.


Katie Leigh

Voices “Zuzu” on Poppy Cat
Katie Leigh has been a part of the voice over community since 1981. Since 1987, she has been the voice of Connie Kendall in the world-wide radio show “Adventures in Odyssey.” Katie has also starred in the Emmy-award-winning “Muppet Babies” cartoon series, “Darkwing Duck,” “Dungeons and Dragons,” and “Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears.”

She has an extensive background in ADR, which includes supplying the voice for the Maharaja in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.”

Alicyn Packard
Voices “Alma” on Poppy Cat
Best known as the voice of Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Naughty, and Little Miss Whoops on the Cartoon Network animated series the The Mr. Men Show. Ms. Packard is also the voice of the female blood elf in the video game World of Warcraft.

She has voiced the warrior woman Shahdee in the Prince of Persia series, as well as Pericci in Star Ocean: The First Departure. She has also voiced the characters of Luce Valenci and Altyria Jono in Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgment.

About Poppy Cat
Poppy Cat is the main character in a series of books created by British illustrator and writer Lara Jones. The books are published by Campbell Books (a division of Macmillan Publishers). Several titles have been published including Poppy Cat’s Play House, Poppy Cat’s Christmas, Poppy Cat Loves Rainbows, Poppy Cat’s Dream, and Poppy Cat’s Sparkly Night. The books are published in many countries and have sold in excess of two million copies.

An animated TV series based on the Poppy Cat books, comprising 52 episodes running 11 minutes, was produced by Coolabi Production, Shari Lewis Enterprises and BAFTA award-winning King Rollo Films and created by Mallory Lewis and Leo Nielsen, and was aired on Nick Jr. daily at 09.30, and on Disney Junior. These episodes will be broadcast in other countries including PBS Kids Sprout in the US on November 7, 2011. Poppy Cat herself is voiced in the UK by Joanna Page from BBC’s award-winning series Gavin and Stacey.

Stay tuned for more information! :)

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Episode 021 – Guest: Billy West

PLEASE NOTE: We apologize for the quality, this interview happened over a cell phone and we were also experiencing some sound issues with our equipment.

Join Amy Elk and Chris Pope in this very exciting interview with the one and only Billy West!

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About Billy

William Richard ”Billy“ West (born April 16, 1950) is an American voice actor. West is best known for his voice-work on Ren & StimpyDoug and Futurama. His favorite characters are Philip J. Fry (Futurama) and Stimpy(Ren and Stimpy), both of which he originated. West’s most notable film work was in Space Jam (1996) providing the voice of both Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. He has provided the same voices for other Looney Tunes films and video games. West has been very outspoken over his displeasure about the influx of movie star actors providing voice-over for films and major shows.West is also a guitarist and singer-songwriter with a band called Billy West and The Grief Counselors.

 

Selected filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Felix the Cat: The Movie additional voice Voice only
Animated film
1991–1994 Doug Doug Funnie (1991–1994)
Roger Klotz (1991–1994)
Voice only
until sell of series to Disney.
Animated series
1991–1996 The Ren and Stimpy Show Stimpson J. “Stimpy” Cat
Ren Hoek (1993–1996)
Mr. Horse (1993–1996)
Voice only
Animated series
1993 The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show France Bug Voice only
Animated series
1996 Earthworm Jim Additional Voices Voice only
Animated series
1996 Joe’s Apartment Ralph Roach Voice only
1996 Space Jam Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Live-action/Animated film
1997 The Wacky World of Tex Avery Tex Avery
Freddie the Fly
Sagebrush Sid
Voice only
Animated series
1997 Cow and Chicken Additional Voices Voice only
Animated series
1997 I Am Weasel Additional voice Voice only
Animated series
1997 Project G.e.e.K.e.R. GeeKeR Voice only
Animated series
1997 The Weird Al Show Show announcer
Harvey the Wonder Hamster
Television series
1997 Extreme Ghostbusters Slimer
Mayor McShane
Voice only
Animated series
1997 Space Goofs Additional voices Voice only
Animated series
1998 Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island Norville “Shaggy” Rogers Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
1998–2001 Histeria! Chit Chatterson
Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Animated series
1998–2002 CatDog Rancid Rabbit
Mr Sunshine
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Invader Zim Zim Voice only
Animated series
Unaired pilot only
1999 Mad Jack the Pirate Snuk
Jon LeFeet
additional voices
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Queer Duck Bi-Polar Bear
Other characters
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Detention Emmitt Roswell Voice only
Animated series
1999 The New Woody Woodpecker Show Woody Woodpecker
Wally Walrus
Smedley
Doug Knutts
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Olive, the Other Reindeer Mr. Eskimo Voice only
Animated television film
1999 Rayman: The Animated Series Rayman Voice only
Animated series
1999–2003
2007–2009
2010–present
Futurama Philip J. Fry
Professor Hubert Farnsworth
Dr John Zoidberg
Captain Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2000 Baby Felix Felix the Cat
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2000 Poochini’s Yard Poochini
Walter White
Mr. Garvey
Lockjaw
Voice only
Animated series
2001 Horrible Histories Stitch
Narrator
various
Voice only
Animated series
2001 The Oblongs George Klimer
Anita Bidet
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2001 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Various characters Voice only
Animated film
2002 Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring Freddie Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2002 Crank Yankers Confucious
Moo Shu
Voice only
2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action Elmer Fudd
Peter Lorre
Voice only
2003 Duck Dodgers Mother Fudd Voice only
2003–2007 My Life As A Teenage Robot Principal Razinski Voice only
Animated series
2004 Comic Book: The Movie Leo Matuzik Direct-to-video
Live-action
2004 Garfield: The Movie Dog Voice only
2004 Popeye’s Voyage: The Quest for Pappy Popeye
Pappy
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Computer-animated film
2004–2007 Loonatics Unleashed Electro J. Fudd
Sagittarius Stomper
Voice only
Animated series
2005 Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars Major Biff Buzzard Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2005 The Proud Family Movie Board Member
Cab Driver
Voice only
Animated television film
2005 Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry Biff Buzzard
President of Hollywood
Squirty
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2005–2008 Firehouse Tales Snooty-Tootie
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2006 Curious George Manager Voice only
Animated film
2006 Squirrel Boy Kyle Finkster Voice only
Animated series
2006 Queer Duck: The Movie Bi-Polar Bear Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2006 Zombie College Skully
Graham
Voice only
Web series
2006 Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2007 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Anchorman
Jersey Devil
Various characters
Voice only
2007 Futurama: Bender’s Big Score Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2008 Random! Cartoons Finster #1
Pilot #1
Johnny Space Guy
Space Thug
Moobeard
Voice only
Animate series
2008 Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2008 Futurama: Bender’s Game Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2009 Futurama: Into The Wild Green Yonder Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Leo Wong
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2009–2011 Jungle Junction Ellyvan Voice only
Animated series
2010 Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes Tom Direct-to-video
Animated film
2010 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Gunther Gator Voice only
Animated series
2011 The Looney Tunes Show Elmer Fudd Voice only
Animated series
2011 Mongo Wrestling Alliance[24] Various Voice only
Animated series
2011 Eric Kaplan’s Sketch World Additional voices Voice only
Web series
2011 Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz Tom Direct-to-video
Animated film
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Billy West interviews with Amy Elk and Chris Pope of On Vox!

Join Amy Elk and Chris Pope in this very exciting interview with the one and only Billy West!

LIVE at 6pm PST / 9pm EST

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About Billy

William Richard ”Billy“ West (born April 16, 1950) is an American voice actor. West is best known for his voice-work on Ren & StimpyDoug and Futurama. His favorite characters are Philip J. Fry (Futurama) and Stimpy(Ren and Stimpy), both of which he originated. West’s most notable film work was in Space Jam (1996) providing the voice of both Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. He has provided the same voices for other Looney Tunes films and video games. West has been very outspoken over his displeasure about the influx of movie star actors providing voice-over for films and major shows.West is also a guitarist and singer-songwriter with a band called Billy West and The Grief Counselors.

 

Selected filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Felix the Cat: The Movie additional voice Voice only
Animated film
1991–1994 Doug Doug Funnie (1991–1994)
Roger Klotz (1991–1994)
Voice only
until sell of series to Disney.
Animated series
1991–1996 The Ren and Stimpy Show Stimpson J. “Stimpy” Cat
Ren Hoek (1993–1996)
Mr. Horse (1993–1996)
Voice only
Animated series
1993 The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show France Bug Voice only
Animated series
1996 Earthworm Jim Additional Voices Voice only
Animated series
1996 Joe’s Apartment Ralph Roach Voice only
1996 Space Jam Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Live-action/Animated film
1997 The Wacky World of Tex Avery Tex Avery
Freddie the Fly
Sagebrush Sid
Voice only
Animated series
1997 Cow and Chicken Additional Voices Voice only
Animated series
1997 I Am Weasel Additional voice Voice only
Animated series
1997 Project G.e.e.K.e.R. GeeKeR Voice only
Animated series
1997 The Weird Al Show Show announcer
Harvey the Wonder Hamster
Television series
1997 Extreme Ghostbusters Slimer
Mayor McShane
Voice only
Animated series
1997 Space Goofs Additional voices Voice only
Animated series
1998 Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island Norville “Shaggy” Rogers Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
1998–2001 Histeria! Chit Chatterson
Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Animated series
1998–2002 CatDog Rancid Rabbit
Mr Sunshine
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Invader Zim Zim Voice only
Animated series
Unaired pilot only
1999 Mad Jack the Pirate Snuk
Jon LeFeet
additional voices
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Queer Duck Bi-Polar Bear
Other characters
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Detention Emmitt Roswell Voice only
Animated series
1999 The New Woody Woodpecker Show Woody Woodpecker
Wally Walrus
Smedley
Doug Knutts
Voice only
Animated series
1999 Olive, the Other Reindeer Mr. Eskimo Voice only
Animated television film
1999 Rayman: The Animated Series Rayman Voice only
Animated series
1999–2003
2007–2009
2010–present
Futurama Philip J. Fry
Professor Hubert Farnsworth
Dr John Zoidberg
Captain Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2000 Baby Felix Felix the Cat
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2000 Poochini’s Yard Poochini
Walter White
Mr. Garvey
Lockjaw
Voice only
Animated series
2001 Horrible Histories Stitch
Narrator
various
Voice only
Animated series
2001 The Oblongs George Klimer
Anita Bidet
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2001 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Various characters Voice only
Animated film
2002 Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring Freddie Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2002 Crank Yankers Confucious
Moo Shu
Voice only
2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action Elmer Fudd
Peter Lorre
Voice only
2003 Duck Dodgers Mother Fudd Voice only
2003–2007 My Life As A Teenage Robot Principal Razinski Voice only
Animated series
2004 Comic Book: The Movie Leo Matuzik Direct-to-video
Live-action
2004 Garfield: The Movie Dog Voice only
2004 Popeye’s Voyage: The Quest for Pappy Popeye
Pappy
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Computer-animated film
2004–2007 Loonatics Unleashed Electro J. Fudd
Sagittarius Stomper
Voice only
Animated series
2005 Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars Major Biff Buzzard Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2005 The Proud Family Movie Board Member
Cab Driver
Voice only
Animated television film
2005 Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry Biff Buzzard
President of Hollywood
Squirty
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2005–2008 Firehouse Tales Snooty-Tootie
Additional characters
Voice only
Animated series
2006 Curious George Manager Voice only
Animated film
2006 Squirrel Boy Kyle Finkster Voice only
Animated series
2006 Queer Duck: The Movie Bi-Polar Bear Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2006 Zombie College Skully
Graham
Voice only
Web series
2006 Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas Bugs Bunny
Elmer Fudd
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2007 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Anchorman
Jersey Devil
Various characters
Voice only
2007 Futurama: Bender’s Big Score Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2008 Random! Cartoons Finster #1
Pilot #1
Johnny Space Guy
Space Thug
Moobeard
Voice only
Animate series
2008 Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2008 Futurama: Bender’s Game Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2009 Futurama: Into The Wild Green Yonder Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Leo Wong
Richard Nixon’s Head
Additional characters
Voice only
Direct-to-video
Animated film
2009–2011 Jungle Junction Ellyvan Voice only
Animated series
2010 Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes Tom Direct-to-video
Animated film
2010 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Gunther Gator Voice only
Animated series
2011 The Looney Tunes Show Elmer Fudd Voice only
Animated series
2011 Mongo Wrestling Alliance[24] Various Voice only
Animated series
2011 Eric Kaplan’s Sketch World Additional voices Voice only
Web series
2011 Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz Tom Direct-to-video
Animated film
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Episode 020 – Guest: Jason Charles Miller

Join Amy Elk and Chris Pope for another episode of On Vox, featuring special guest Jason Charles Miller

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Jason Charles Miller is an accomplished and multi-faceted performer, with more than a decade of professional experience as a musician, songwriter, actor and voice personality.

Miller is most widely recognized as the frontman of the rock band Godhead, the only band ever signed to Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records. The band has sold more than 200,000 albums, and toured the world with the likes of Manson, Ozzy Osbourne, Disturbed, Slipknot, Rammstein and Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. Godhead received a gold record for their placement on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack, and Jason has another gold record for the song “The End Has Come,” which he wrote with former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody for the movie The Punisher.

As an accomplished songwriter and music producer, Jason has co-written with artists such as Marilyn Manson, Jeordie White (Nine Inch Nails), Ben Moody (Evanescence), Chuck Goff (Toby Keith), Nina Bergman, Rev Theory and even Paul Anka. He’s produced songs for various artists from Psyclon 9 to Bret Michaels. Jason also penned the all star collaboration “Forever In Our Hearts,” a song to benefit the victims of the 2004 tsunami in South Asia which included Brian McKnight, Mya, Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, Nate Dogg and many more. Songs he’s written can currently be heard on HBO’s “True Blood” and “Hung”, “WWE Friday Night Smackdown”, and the wildly popular web series, “The Guild.” Jason was recently the music supervisor and music editor for the feature film, “Last Stop” and also was the music editor and a performing musician on the critically acclaimed series, “Dragon Age: Redemption.”

As an actor Jason has appeared in over 40 animated productions, dozens of video games and 8 live action movies. Some career highlights include “Avatar: The Last Airbender” (the Dai Li Commander and 5 episodes of various villains), “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” (Dollman and Black Condor), “Moribito, Guardian of the Spirit” (Shinji), “Code Geass” (Urabe), “World of Warcraft” (Prince Valanar, Commander Stoutbeard, Terrath the Steady, Hagrim Hopebreaker), “Super Street Fighter 4” (Guy), Resident Evil 5 (Robert Kendo), and Star Craft 2. You can even see Jason on screen as Strike Leader Jackson in the SyFy original movie, “Battle Planet” and playing himself in season 5 of “The Guild.” It has also just been announced that Jason is voicing a main character in the game “Guild Wars 2,” to be released in 2012.

Jason has been featured in magazines such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Guitar World and many more. He’s also appeared on MTV, MTV2, Fuse and VH1. Touted by many critics as one of rock’s best and most consistent live singers, Jason continues to wow live audiences all over the world.

Credits

TITLE ROLE COMPANY
MOTION PICTURE
::Danny Roane: First Time Director Charles Brown Lion’s Gate / Andy Dick, Director
::Battle Planet Strike Leader Jackson Sci-Fi Channel
::Day of the Dead Zombie Warner Bros.
::Fingerman: Dr. London and the Triangle Force Dr. Isosceles Cobra Films
::Everyday Joe Joe Futuremen Films
::Hollywood Kills Bartender Innovative Films
::Backlash Assassin Triton Northstar
::The Curse of El Charo Towny Paramount Pictures
VOICE-OVER
::Avatar: The Last Airbender Scary Prisoner, Thug, Head Guard, Dai Li Agent, (6 episodes) Nickelodeon
::Wonder Woman Thrax Warner Bros.
::Batman: The Brave and The Bold Black Condor, Doll Man Warner Bros./Cartoon Network
::Code Geass Urabe (recurring) Bandai/Cartoon Network
::Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Jin (recurring) Funimation/ Cartoon Network
::World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (Video Game) Hagrim Hopebreaker, Terrath the Steady Blizzard
::World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Video Game) Commander Stoutbeard, Prince Valanar, Thalorien Dawnseeker Blizzard
::Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (Video Game) Various Voices Blizzard
::Super Street Fighter 4 (Video Game) Guy Capcom
::Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles (Video Game) Robert Kendo Capcom
::The Last Remnant (Video Game) Various Characters Square Enix.
::Monster Murderer Madhouse/ SyFy Channel
::Read or Die – Movie Eliot, Stephen Cartoon Network/ Manga
::Daigunder Linian, Reporter ABC Family
::Hellsing Soldier X, various monsters Geneon
::Hellsing Ultimate Vampires, zombies, soldiers Geneon/ Funimation
::Texhnolyze Shinji (lead, 22 episodes) Geneon
::When they Cry Yoshiro, various Funimation
::Ikki Tosen- Battle Vixens Hanno Geneon
::Patlabor Hiromi Yamazaki Bandai
::Patlabor 2 Hiromi Yamazaki, Yamadera Bandai
::Rozen Maiden Yamamoto, Enju (recurring) Geneon
::Gun X Sword Zakoda Geneon
::Dead Leaves Triple Seven Manga Ent.
::Attack the Gas Station Paint Bang Zoom
::Read or Die – Series Obnoxious Pilot G4/Geneon
::Ghost in the Shell – Series Mihashi Cartoon Network
::Paranoia Agent Security Guard, Maromi fan Geneon
::Mermaid Forest Sakagami Pirate Geneon
::Samurai Resurrection Senpachi Bang Zoom
::Dears Hirofumi Geneon
::Girls Bravo Young Gangster Geneon
::Otogizoshi Various soldiers Bang Zoom
::Boys Be Yuuki Okizaki Right Stuff Intl.
COMMERCIAL
::Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil (4 Television Promos) Nosferatu Comedy Central
::Baccardi “Football Party” Voice Over Baccardi Rum
::CBS Radio Promos Voice Over CBS
::Pop Tarts “Guitar” Voice Over Kelloggs
::League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Voice Over Additional Fox
::Johnny Rockets Voice Over Johnny Rockets
::Jeep “Cradle of Life” Voice Over Chrysler
::Cazadores Tequila Voice Over Baccardi
STUNTS
::Backlash Stunt performer Triton Northstar
TRAINING
::On Camera Private Coaching Mara Casey
::Singing: Classical George Mason University, Instructor: Taso Vrenos
::Singing: Classical Instructor: Russell Penney
::Voice Over Instructor: Eliza Snyder
::Voice Over Instructor: Lauren Adams
::Martial Arts Hung Gar Kung Fu, Sifu Buck Sam Kong
::Martial Arts Praying Mantis Kung Fu, Sifu Derek Wright
MUSIC (COMPOSER)
::20th Century Fox (Mr. And Mrs. Smith trailer)
::Disney (ABC Family Channel, “Daigunder” morning cartoon show)
::Kelloggs (Pop Tarts commercial)
::Clorox Bleach (commercial)
::Nesquick (commercial)
::20th Century Fox (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen trailers)
::Johnny Rockets (commercial)
::Jeep (commercial)
::Transporter 2 (trailer)
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Jason Charles Miller joins Amy Elk and Chris Pope Thursday!

Join Amy Elk and Chris Pope for another episode of On Vox, featuring special guest Jason Charles Miller

When: Thursday 10am PST / 1pm EST

Where: CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE DURING SHOW TIME

 

Jason Charles Miller is an accomplished and multi-faceted performer, with more than a decade of professional experience as a musician, songwriter, actor and voice personality.

Miller is most widely recognized as the frontman of the rock band Godhead, the only band ever signed to Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records. The band has sold more than 200,000 albums, and toured the world with the likes of Manson, Ozzy Osbourne, Disturbed, Slipknot, Rammstein and Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. Godhead received a gold record for their placement on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack, and Jason has another gold record for the song “The End Has Come,” which he wrote with former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody for the movie The Punisher.

As an accomplished songwriter and music producer, Jason has co-written with artists such as Marilyn Manson, Jeordie White (Nine Inch Nails), Ben Moody (Evanescence), Chuck Goff (Toby Keith), Nina Bergman, Rev Theory and even Paul Anka. He’s produced songs for various artists from Psyclon 9 to Bret Michaels. Jason also penned the all star collaboration “Forever In Our Hearts,” a song to benefit the victims of the 2004 tsunami in South Asia which included Brian McKnight, Mya, Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, Nate Dogg and many more. Songs he’s written can currently be heard on HBO’s “True Blood” and “Hung”, “WWE Friday Night Smackdown”, and the wildly popular web series, “The Guild.” Jason was recently the music supervisor and music editor for the feature film, “Last Stop” and also was the music editor and a performing musician on the critically acclaimed series, “Dragon Age: Redemption.”

As an actor Jason has appeared in over 40 animated productions, dozens of video games and 8 live action movies. Some career highlights include “Avatar: The Last Airbender” (the Dai Li Commander and 5 episodes of various villains), “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” (Dollman and Black Condor), “Moribito, Guardian of the Spirit” (Shinji), “Code Geass” (Urabe), “World of Warcraft” (Prince Valanar, Commander Stoutbeard, Terrath the Steady, Hagrim Hopebreaker), “Super Street Fighter 4” (Guy), Resident Evil 5 (Robert Kendo), and Star Craft 2. You can even see Jason on screen as Strike Leader Jackson in the SyFy original movie, “Battle Planet” and playing himself in season 5 of “The Guild.” It has also just been announced that Jason is voicing a main character in the game “Guild Wars 2,” to be released in 2012.

Jason has been featured in magazines such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Guitar World and many more. He’s also appeared on MTV, MTV2, Fuse and VH1. Touted by many critics as one of rock’s best and most consistent live singers, Jason continues to wow live audiences all over the world.

Credits

TITLE ROLE COMPANY
MOTION PICTURE
::Danny Roane: First Time Director Charles Brown Lion’s Gate / Andy Dick, Director
::Battle Planet Strike Leader Jackson Sci-Fi Channel
::Day of the Dead Zombie Warner Bros.
::Fingerman: Dr. London and the Triangle Force Dr. Isosceles Cobra Films
::Everyday Joe Joe Futuremen Films
::Hollywood Kills Bartender Innovative Films
::Backlash Assassin Triton Northstar
::The Curse of El Charo Towny Paramount Pictures
VOICE-OVER
::Avatar: The Last Airbender Scary Prisoner, Thug, Head Guard, Dai Li Agent, (6 episodes) Nickelodeon
::Wonder Woman Thrax Warner Bros.
::Batman: The Brave and The Bold Black Condor, Doll Man Warner Bros./Cartoon Network
::Code Geass Urabe (recurring) Bandai/Cartoon Network
::Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Jin (recurring) Funimation/ Cartoon Network
::World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (Video Game) Hagrim Hopebreaker, Terrath the Steady Blizzard
::World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Video Game) Commander Stoutbeard, Prince Valanar, Thalorien Dawnseeker Blizzard
::Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (Video Game) Various Voices Blizzard
::Super Street Fighter 4 (Video Game) Guy Capcom
::Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles (Video Game) Robert Kendo Capcom
::The Last Remnant (Video Game) Various Characters Square Enix.
::Monster Murderer Madhouse/ SyFy Channel
::Read or Die – Movie Eliot, Stephen Cartoon Network/ Manga
::Daigunder Linian, Reporter ABC Family
::Hellsing Soldier X, various monsters Geneon
::Hellsing Ultimate Vampires, zombies, soldiers Geneon/ Funimation
::Texhnolyze Shinji (lead, 22 episodes) Geneon
::When they Cry Yoshiro, various Funimation
::Ikki Tosen- Battle Vixens Hanno Geneon
::Patlabor Hiromi Yamazaki Bandai
::Patlabor 2 Hiromi Yamazaki, Yamadera Bandai
::Rozen Maiden Yamamoto, Enju (recurring) Geneon
::Gun X Sword Zakoda Geneon
::Dead Leaves Triple Seven Manga Ent.
::Attack the Gas Station Paint Bang Zoom
::Read or Die – Series Obnoxious Pilot G4/Geneon
::Ghost in the Shell – Series Mihashi Cartoon Network
::Paranoia Agent Security Guard, Maromi fan Geneon
::Mermaid Forest Sakagami Pirate Geneon
::Samurai Resurrection Senpachi Bang Zoom
::Dears Hirofumi Geneon
::Girls Bravo Young Gangster Geneon
::Otogizoshi Various soldiers Bang Zoom
::Boys Be Yuuki Okizaki Right Stuff Intl.
COMMERCIAL
::Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil (4 Television Promos) Nosferatu Comedy Central
::Baccardi “Football Party” Voice Over Baccardi Rum
::CBS Radio Promos Voice Over CBS
::Pop Tarts “Guitar” Voice Over Kelloggs
::League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Voice Over Additional Fox
::Johnny Rockets Voice Over Johnny Rockets
::Jeep “Cradle of Life” Voice Over Chrysler
::Cazadores Tequila Voice Over Baccardi
STUNTS
::Backlash Stunt performer Triton Northstar
TRAINING
::On Camera Private Coaching Mara Casey
::Singing: Classical George Mason University, Instructor: Taso Vrenos
::Singing: Classical Instructor: Russell Penney
::Voice Over Instructor: Eliza Snyder
::Voice Over Instructor: Lauren Adams
::Martial Arts Hung Gar Kung Fu, Sifu Buck Sam Kong
::Martial Arts Praying Mantis Kung Fu, Sifu Derek Wright
MUSIC (COMPOSER)
::20th Century Fox (Mr. And Mrs. Smith trailer)
::Disney (ABC Family Channel, “Daigunder” morning cartoon show)
::Kelloggs (Pop Tarts commercial)
::Clorox Bleach (commercial)
::Nesquick (commercial)
::20th Century Fox (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen trailers)
::Johnny Rockets (commercial)
::Jeep (commercial)
::Transporter 2 (trailer)
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Return of On Vox with Amy Elk and Chris Pope

After months and months of searching, super human Amy Elk has finally caught  her co-host and producer Chris Pope. Under threat of Amy’s fiery red headed super powers, not to mention duct tape, Chris has been forced persuaded to get the show moving again.

Okay everyone, obviously Chris hasn’t been hiding, and besides, why in the crap would Amy need to capture him in order to get the show going? The truth is, as most of you know, there has been some personal stuff going on in Amy’s life and as far as Chris goes.. his normal insane schedule keeps him from getting to take part in as many interviews as he used to. We are VERY happy to announce though that Chris and Amy are gonna try and get the show moving on a regular basis again. If not weekly, than as least as frequently as possible.

The guest of our come back show will be announced shortly..

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Episode 019 – Guest: Lisa Biggs

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Lisa’s voice has elicited teasing and nicknames like “squeaky” since grade school. Even as a sophomore in college, after giving an oral presentation in sociology class, her professor approached her privately to say, “Your presentation was great, but you know if anybody is going to take you seriously in the real world you’re going to have to do something about your voice”. And that’s exactly what Lisa did.

Lisa Biggs is a seasoned voice-actor who has been in the industry for the greater part of ten years–living and working in both New York City as well as Los Angeles. Clients have called Lisa “the one take wonder” and she has developed and mastered a wide range of signature sounds that kids relate to and parents respond to. She has a home studio and is available anywhere via ISDN.

When Lisa is not behind the mic, she enjoys making guacamole, learning to play the banjo and teaching acting to a very special group of students at the Frazee Dream Center.

Check out Lisa’s website!

http://lisabiggs.com

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Episode 018 – Guest: Tara Strong

 

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Tara Strong is a Canadian-American actress, voice-over artist, comedian, musician, singer, and businesswoman, who is best known for her roles asTimmy Turner in the The Fairly OddParentsBubbles in The Powerpuff GirlsPrincess Clara andToot Braunstein in Drawn TogetherBen Tennyson in Ben 10 and Ben 10: Ultimate AlienDil Pickles in Rugrats and All Grown UpRikku in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2Twilight Sparkle in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and her recurring role as Miss Collins in Big Time Rush.

 

 

She has appeared in live roles in National Lampoon’s Senior TripSabrina Goes to RomeSabrina, Down UnderMosquito Lake, and The Last White Dishwasher. She also made guest appearances on such shows as Forever KnightStreet LegalTouched by an AngelTake Home ChefParty of FiveComic Book: The MovieKung Fu: The Legend Continues, and 3rd Rock from the Sun.[1]She has the role of the character Miss Collins in Nickelodeon‘s live action series Big Time Rush. Strong has been nominated four times for an Annie Award, and once for a Daytime Emmy.[1]

In 2004, she won an Interactive Achievement Award for her role as Rikku in Final Fantasy X-2. She also served as the announcer for the 2000Kids’ Choice Awards, appeared as a guest at several fan conventions (including BotCon, Jacon, Comic-Con International, and Anime Overdose), and was featured on the front cover of the July/August 2004 issue of Working Mother magazine, saying, “My son is now old enough to respond to my work. To me, that’s what it’s all about.”[1][3]

 

 

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Episode 017 – The “We’re Back!” episode!

Welcome to season 2 of On Vox! Uhh… yeah! That’s our story and we’re sticking to it!

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Episode 016 – Guest: David H. Lawrence XVII

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David’s Website: http://www.davids.com/

About David(From Wikipedia)

David is an American television and film actor, voice talent, network radio host, Internet entrepreneur, podcaster, demo producer, teacher and author.[1][2] He was also the host of the daily The David Lawrence Show and weekend Online Tonight, both nationally syndicated radio talk shows that revolved around pop culture and the high-tech lifestyle.

The “XVII” in his name was a way for Lawrence to distinguish himself from previous David Lawrences already registered with SAG. At the time, he was the 17th David Lawrence listed on IMDB, and appended the number to his name upon his own registry. Lawrence’s appearances on network television include playing a Serbian doctor opposite Dennis Haysbert in the CBS series The Unit, created by David Mamet, a car wash manager on another CBS series, CSI, a rock and roll wanna be on TBS’s Frank TV with Frank Caliendo,[5] and as one of the eponymous “villains” on NBC‘s Heroes. The Heroes role, that of puppetmaster Eric Doyle (one of the 12 escaped villains), was introduced in Volume 3, “Heroes: Villains” in Episode 2, “The Butterfly Effect“. The character began a multi episode arc in Episode 5, “Angels and Monsters“.[3][6] Lawrence has also played the role as the station manager in Goodnight Burbank, Charles Bukowski in the musical Bukowsical!, El Gallo inThe Fantasticks, as well as parts in The Children’s HourThe Good DoctorBorn YesterdayThe Fall of the House of Usher and the role of Barry Champlain in Talk Radio.[3] He has performed on stage at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. With director Dr. Bob Pondillo Ph.D., Lawrence played Wallace in the short film My Name Is Wallace Lawrence also was executive producer of My Name Is Wallace.[3][7] In early 2009, he appeared in an episode of the BBC reality program Beat the Boss, in which his team designed a cheesecake. In 2010 Lawrence portrayed a taxi cab driver in the sixth season of Lost, in 2011 he guest starred in the NBC comedy action series Chuck.

Voice work

He is the voice of America Online‘s customer service lines, and the voice of over 1500 other interactive voice response telephone systems. Lawrence also wrote and produced the radio programs for the video game Saints Row. In 2007 he started his Demos2GoGo, his own voiceover demo reel business.[1] Starting on November 18, 2010, he did guest announcing forThe Price Is Right, as he’s a personal friend of host Drew Carey.

Acting

Radio broadcast history

Lawrence was heard on the radio for nearly 35 years on stations: WMAL, WMZQ and WRQX/Washington DC, WGAR, WGCL, WDMT/Cleveland, KC101/New Haven, WTAE/Pittsburgh and WNCI and WLVQ/Columbus. He is a founding member and former executive producer of the radio comedy ensemble, The American Comedy Network.[8] He wrote the best-sellingLearn HTML on The Macintosh, the first web design book created exclusively for Macintosh users. He was the anchor and executive producer of the music show, The Net Music Countdown where one of his net unknown artists was megaphone.

Podcasting

Lawrence has been involved in podcasting since the inception. He holds the title of ‘first podcaster’ since he has been sending audio to subscribers via the internet since 1994 when he started the ‘Personal Netcast’. David does voiceover work and speaks at events, including the NAB and the Portable Media Expo.[2][11] David developed ShowTaxi, a subscription management for premium podcasters. He is also the host of a premium podcast called “Patrick Tucker’s Secrets of Screen Acting: The Podcast.”[2][12]

 

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