"Nick Nitro" is a man who is a big ol' geek. Not just literally, but figuratively, too. He loves comic books, movies, and television shows, probably none more so than the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Anyone care for a red vs. colored bandannas lecture? No? Well, he has channeled that love into a fan webcomic called Ultimate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles found at http://www.utmnt.com. You can also check out his podcast, The Good, The Bad & The Geeky, starring IABDRHers, Nathan "DJ Meat" Haley and Jimmy "Jerome Wetzel" Dailey at http://www.gbgpodcast.com! Listen to Nick's Meet the Cast episode.
Lt. Com. Tokaladie, Courtney, Holly Harper
2016 Audio Verse Award Finalist
Katie is a theatre and film studies major at Miami University. She has a job on campus doing set construction and assistant directs for the Great Lakes Visual and Performing Arts Academy in her hometown of Sandusky, Ohio during the summer. After graduating, she would love to earn a living performing. She loves traveling, reading, and anything to do with the arts. Katie is thrilled to be a member of the It's All Been Done cast and is thankful for all the people she's met and experiences she's had because of it. Listen to her Meet the Cast episode.
"And there's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait. Just you wait." ~ Hamilton
Kristin graduated from the Ohio State University Department of Theatre in 2007. Her favorite rolls are Pillsbury Grands. When she isn't playing in local band So Long, Stargazer, she's probably coloring, juggling, and / or having a conversation with her dog, Professor Finnegan (ProfessorFynn on Instagram). She knows two things to be true: Batman is the best superhero and Superman is the best ice cream flavor. So it goes...
Daniel Kravitz, Lt. Ray, Georgie
Nathan graduated from Otterbein College with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Music and Composition, and has been pursuing an Early Childhood Education degree from Ashland University with an emphasis on special education and music therapy. He is a ParaPro / Teacher Substitute, a music instructor at Music & Arts and Guitar Center, a One-on-One Aide, and a manager at his father’s restaurant, Todds Pizza. Busy man! Nathan thanks everyone involved for allowing him to write the music and be a part of the amazing cast! “What an honor to work with everyone - it’s a great show!” Listen to Nathan's Meet the Cast podcast episode.
Amber Showers, Dr. Awshucks, Ragina
Amanda is a graduate of Otterbein University, where she received a Bachelor's degree in English-Literary Studies with a Music minor. She currently lives in the central Ohio area with her wonderfully supportive husband. She is a love of all things pop culture, particularly movies, books, and the Oscars! Amanda is happy that years of using silly voices with her family has paid off and she loves being a part of such a funny, talented cast. She caught the podcasting bug in 2016, and now produces two podcasts, Amanda's Picture Show a Go Go and Culture Pop A Go Go. She also hosts episodes of TV Ate My Brain for Core Temp Arts. You can find her work at AmanadaAGoGo.com Listen to her Meet the Cast episode.
Carl Darling, Adm. Jamieson, Cowboy Joe
Keith has been writing autobiographies for nearly nine seconds, and has logged only slightly more time as an actor. Luckily for the ragtag crew of the IABDRH, this clumsy rookie stumbled upon a magical artifact that imbues him with the dulcet tones of a middle-aged man. Tune in to find out if his pluck and determination is enough to inspire the IABDRH-ers to victory. His special skills including having the most easily pronounced name in the cast and proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Listen to Keith's Meet the Cast podcast episode.
James Packer, Lt. Who Grappa, Captain Comptroller
Chase is the lead singer of So Long, Stargazer, and the company trainer at CoverMyMeds. And if he'd ever submit a bio, you could read more about him! Listen to Chase's Meet the Cast episode.
Lt. Carson, Alexis, Brentley
Joe, 23, has been acting since he was 11 years old, performing in school plays and musicals; some of which required various accents and fake mustaches. During a small break from theatre, he focused on classes while working as an assistant manager at a Sonic Drive-In, and as one of the music programming directors at WZIP, Akron’s campus radio station, eventually graduating from The University of Akron with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. After school, Joe was offered a role in a student feature film and was re-bitten by the acting bug he thought he had vanquished so long ago. He decided that, from then on, he wanted to pursue an acting career in film, television, theatre, and, most of all, voice over work. Listen to Joe's Meet the Cast podcast episode!
Dallas, 22, is from Martinsburg, OH, and recently obtained his BA in Creative Writing from Miami University. His interest in comedy took charge after writing and directing his own one-act play for Miami's student-run theater organization. He also worked with a student and a mentor from Second City in Chicago to direct his first sketch comedy show, The Daily Grind. He's excited to work in voice acting, which is something he hasn't done before but has always wanted to try. You can follow his antics on twitter @DallySalad! Hear Dallas' Meet the Cast interview.
The Topnotch Tangler, Staci Xxx, Ambassador Nixon
2016 Audio Verse Award Finalist
Director of Marketing & Social Media for IABD Presents Network
Samantha was on active duty in the US Navy for seven years, where she was a television newscaster, then an anchor, before moving into radio, where her true love started! She learned how to script, edit, cast, and voice, and enjoyed being entertaining over stiff news. After making the decision to leave the Navy, she lived in Washington State, then moved to Montana for a job in a radio station, where she met some great people from Oregon, who got her into podcasting. She also does onscreen acting and voice over. She has an awesome dog and is a certified canine obedience trainer. Find her @Samanthastark3 on Twitter and at www.notanotherpodcast.comListen to Sam's Meet the Cast podcast episode.
Lt. Com. M-, Rufus Reginald Rochester, Larry
Shane has worked in the film/tv industry for over eleven years, filling various roles both behind the camera and in front. For a few years, he even taught it at a local broadcasting school, co-developing a new 400+ hour curriculum. Currently working or acting on many different video and sound projects, his passion for entertaining is clearly felt. With his lifetime of TV and movie watching experience, he can finally put it to good use developing new, interesting, and hopefully fun voices and characters for your enjoyment. Listen to Shane's Meet the Cast episode.
Chief Engineer Foley, Josh Wallace, Pirate Jack
2016 Audio Verse Award Finalist
Seamus comes from a very artistic, musically-inclined family. Growing up, he dreamed of being a Jim Henson's puppeteer and practiced doing voices. He has been doing theater, productions, and musicals since he was seven, including performing as an actor and, on several occasions, working on the set design crew. After college, he got involved with an online TV company working cameras, lighting, and sound. He eventually became the director of operations for the camera department until the company went under. He then got into ﬁre spinning and other types of performing arts. Mind open, heart enlarged, soul receptive. Listen to Seamus' Meet the Cast!
Virgil Von Hartzel
Det. Simms, Hans, Nathan Chestnut
“She was my red-headed angel from under the sea…” Ever since Virgil’s gaze fell upon the TV that fateful day, he fell in love. Characters like Bugs Bunny and Grunkle Stan increased his admiration for the voice and animation art form. This evolved to using the goofy voices created or acquired for the greater good of humanity. His journey, began in Coolidge, AZ, took him to the University of Arizona (Bachelor’s in History, Minor in Geology and Archaeology), and finally to Toledo, OH, where he works for the largest student housing firm in the US. Whenever asked about It’s All Been Done Radio Hour, a twinkle comes to his eye as he says, “I’ve finally found my people.” Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @My_Ginger_Beard
Grezit the Green, Spencer, Janice
Answers more commonly to “Yo-eee,” Ryan started out with dreams of Hollywood. As life would have it, he ended up graduating from The Ohio State University with a dual BS/BA in NOT Theatre; nailed that dream! After (barely) surviving the Food/Beverage, Fitness, and eCommerce industries, he joined the ranks of IT Healthcare, where he met and joined the cast. Now, he attempts to find a work/life balance, rediscovering joys including acting (a fool)! He also likes screaming at motorists, lifting heavy and adventuring with Klaus the Wonder Hound, playing video games, practicing Reiki, encouraging personal fitness (in order to support nonstop eating), and slowly embracing his inner Otaku. Bring him sushi and you have a friend for life. He is the only current core troupe member who did not start with us from the beginning, but earned his way in anyway,
The Flimflam Floozy, Elsa, Granny Gonzo
2016 Audio Verse Award Finalist
Katelyn, 26, currently resides in Seaford, Delaware with her boyfriend and pets. She began practicing voice acting back in 2007, putting eight years of fan and freelance work under her belt. When she's not actively pursuing other roles and jobs, she maintains a YouTube channel to broadcast her singing. She is beginning to broaden her horizons, having recently finished her first professional job. She aims to make voice acting her career, and is looking forward to joining the cast and crew in Ohio for It's All Been Done! Other information, including her demo, can be found at her VA blog, http://katerinu.tumblr.com/. Listen to Katelyn's Meet the Cast episode.
Jonas A, Robbie, Gus the Dog
Addie, 17, is the youngest member of the troupe. She is a senior at Groveport Madison High School, where she is a squad leader in the marching band and the president of Theatre Troupe #3323. She loves acting and is enjoying the new challenge that voice acting presents. She also wants to make sure we all remember, “Thomas Edison was a witch.” Listen to Addie's Meet the Cast episode.
Chris worked at two radio stations in southwestern Michigan and the Chicago 'burbs. He was an on-air personality and a production voice for commercials for eight years. He currently runs a hobby internet station, "OffTheCharts!", featuring pop and rock music from vinyl. His station can be heard at OffTheChartsRadio.com. Originally from Chicago, he now lives near Columbus, OH and works as a Financial Adviser. Listen to Chris's Meet the Cast episode.
Troupe Vocal Coach
Kam / Andi Swallows
Karen Perta has loved voices and singing since she performed the air conditioner's monologue from the movie The Brave Little Toaster in her living room at the age of 3. Since then, she has manages to perform on some actual stages. These days, she is a voice science nerd and speech language pathologist who enjoys looking at vocal cords and the crazy sounds they make. She is also active in the Estill Voice International community and proud Certified Master Teacher. She is super excited to work with this awesome group of vocal acrobats!
Shannon Marie Watts
Shannon Marie Watts is a graduate of CSCC and Michigan State University with degrees in Photography and English Literature. She is known for her dedication to the local film community, both in front of and behind the camera. After having had the honor of guest staring in several Radio Hour shows, Shannon is very excited to continue her involvement as Script Supervisor.
Creator / Writer
Jerome is from West Jefferson, Ohio, and has a Master's degree in Literacy Education. He is the CEO / Impresario of It's All Been Done Presents, and an avid writer, both fiction and non. He is currently the Chief Television Reviewer for Seat42F.com and a contributor to Blogcritics.org, as well appearing on the podcast The Good, The Bad, & The Geeky and contributing work to IABD Presents. Follow him on twitter @JeromeWetzelTV