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Born in Brooklyn and raised in the Midwest, Liz worked for more than 25 years as an advertising producer before becoming a voice artist in 2016. Since then she has done broadcast and digital VO projects for clients including Volvo, Equitable and Casper. She voiced a series of pre-surgery videos for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and a radio campaign for Brigham and Women's Hospital. She has also been the voice of the Battle 360 trailer, and can be heard in an exhibit at the New York Historical Society. Liz has a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.


Erica Penn is a New York City based actress with an extensive background in theatre, voice over and cabaret performance. She graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a BA in Opera. Originally from Seattle, she started acting professionally at the age of 16 for a theatre company that regularly invited Broadway talent to perform. At 23, she was fortunate enough to work with Jarrod Emick in the 2008 production of Sweeney Todd where she played Johanna. After moving to NYC in early 2011, she found her passion for voice over and has been apart of many productions. She has been the voice of many computer based characters, contributed to numerous local Tri-State commercials, played an ambassador of a very popular sandwich company, and is currently the on-hold voice for

Anthony Aroya is a father of three, grandfather of two and lifetime resident and native New Yorker. He was raised in a household where the arts were appreciated and a common presence. What better place to live and experience the arts; music, theater, motion pictures, not to mention museums, beautiful parks and the like. Being an artist of many forms, he used these cultural surrounds as a tapestry and foundation on which to build. He’s a writer (children's books, screenplays,poetry, playwright), amateur photographer and cartoonist. He’s also applied his talents as a voice over actor/performer for over a decade. As he states, “It’s honestly the most fun career you could ask for. All of this I take great pride in and approach with the utmost professionalism.”

Casey Landman is an actress, writer and director based in New York City. She trained at New York University - Tisch School of the Arts, and has since worked on some awesome projects she loves. She is voicing a sock puppet mom in a web series, preparing to film a feature film in NYC later this year, and is, OF COURSE, working endlessly on Casey the Frog! You can watch some of her stuff at, or look at what’s she been in at!


Jeffry 'Tito' Saenz was born in Passaic, NJ on July 13th of 1991. He first discovered his passion of performing for others as a child when he began singing alongside a Mariachi group for various festivities. Despite moving from Passaic with his family at 8 years old to begin anew in Houston, he maintained consistency in his practices of choral and pop-show music throughout his" middle and high school years. While he graduated from Lone Star CyFair with a major in Science, his devotion for the arts never faltered as he continued to pursue opportunities to grow as an artist. Upon uncovering a hidden fascination for anything pertaining towards voice-acting, Jeffrey sought to learn the basics of microphone technique and combined his former knowledge of choral practices with his newly acquired understandings in order to establish his very own demo reel. As he began procuring opportunities to voice for numerous productions, whether online or in-studio, it became clear to him that all peripherals regrading voice-over had transpired into a fundamental part of his being. Currently, he is on the path to becoming a Registered Nurse while continuing to perform, theatrically or musically, for others to enjoy!

Danielle Fiers was born in Virginia and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. At a very early age, Danielle found her love of voice performance and began singing in her church youth choir, shocking the congregation with her powerful vocals, known affectionately as the "pint-sized powerhouse."  With an increased enthusiasm for music Danielle added piano to her list of talents, and began excelling in her lessons, playing by ear and reading music. For High School she attended the Alma-mater of greats such as Tupac Shakur and Jada Pinkett Smith, The Baltimore School for the Arts. Classically trained in voice to sing in French, German, Italian, and her native tongue, English, Danielle’s musical education includes music theory and music literature. After graduating from Towson University with a Bachelor of Science in Music she honed her skills both behind the scenes and in front of the camera, having worked at Baltimore's #1 Hip Hop/R&B station 92Q in the Promotions Department before chasing her dreams and relocating to California now adding voiceover artist to her accomplishments.

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