Samantha GÖrdon — Carlötta Beautox
Samantha Gordon is an actor, singer, and dancer who studied at NYU for Musical Theatre before moving to Los Angeles. She recently played “Sarah” in the Blank Slate Production’s short film “This is #25”. You can also check out her podcast, "The Creative Outlet" Podcast at https://creativeoutletpod.com.
To stay up to date with Samantha, check out her IMDB page.
Follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/samkgordon/
DAvid allen — Episodes 1-5
David Allen is a celebrated enigma in the entertainment world. His unearthly capabilities seem to only be matched by his staggering lack of ambition. Does it even need to be stated that his spirit animal is the legendary prehistoric giant ground sloth? We think not. The Carlötta Beautox Chronicles form the first attempt to document his myriad dulcet tones using conventional technology. Will his elusive magic be successfully captured? One might as well ask, "canst thou draw up Leviathan with a hook?" Indeed, only time can say if his mystery will be illuminated or will his legend only grow?
vivia ArmstrÖng — Episode 5
Vivia Eterna Armstrong loves using her talents and gifts to bring stories to life. She’s performed in multimedia, stage, film and TV for over 10 years. Vivia has been referred to as Hilarious, Vivacious, Fearless, Vivid, and Loving causing audiences to connect. A determined and faith filled visionary, she also creates her own projects, been the casting director of 3 award winning short films and loves writing, directing, producing, and voice over. Her voice-over career began in radio and is expanding across multiple platforms from ads to videos and audio books to podcasts.
WEBSITE - Http://www.ViviaArmstrong.com
INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/queenvivia/
RYAN MANUEL — EPISODE 5
Ryan Manuel is an actor from Rhode Island that is most known for his commercial work as a spokesman and his portrayals as Wolverine and Iron Man in various comedy sketches. Growing up, Gary Oldman was his favorite actor and he aspired to have the same versatility and range. Often times Ryan has been known for using various accents and character voices in his live action performances, but enjoys the world of voice over because it has less limitations
ALEKSANDRA KANIAK — Episodes 3 & 4
Aleksandra Kaniak, born in Poland, began her career in entertainment at the age of 6 as a child singer winning awards and traveling all over Eastern Europe.
She debuted on American screens in Three of Heart with William Baldwin and Kelly Lynch. She had numerous guest-starring parts on American TV series including NYPD Blue, Beverly Hills 90210, 24, NCIS, The Event, Grimm, Castle, and Scorpion. Her new upcoming movie is an indie called American Bistro to be released soon.
Aleksandra is also a licensed translator and a dialect coach. Working on the sets of Worst Week and 2 Broke Girls. On the set of “Water for Elephants” she played opposite Robert Pattison as “Mrs. Jankowski” and she was Pattison’s Polish dialect coach. You can find Aleksandra at: IMDB and on
CHELSEA KWöKA — EPISODEs 3-5
Chelsea Kwoka is a professional Voice Over and On Camera actor, originally from the other Sunshine State, Florida. She most recently played "Sarah" on screen in the feature film "Don't Forget to Brush Your Teeth" which was nominated for several awards during its festival run. Chelsea was the in-house Voice Talent for two years at the media and tech company PopSugar, and you've probably heard her in commercials and videogames. Aptly called "The Lady Bro", Chelsea is kind and helpful with charm and a quick wit, full of sage wisdom that's served with a side of sass. Her last name, Kwoka, is pronounced the same as the animal 'quokka'. Google it, you're welcome. Check out her IMDB page. Follow her on Instagram @kwokibear
Voice Over and On Camera Actor:
CHRIS CLEVELAND — Episodes 1 & 2
Chris was a standout high school athlete, earning track & military scholarships to The Citadel. He is a graduate of the USArmy's Airborne School. He has been a working actor for over 20 years. Chris is known for his work w/ Christopher Nolan in The Prestige as well as many "character" roles on over 35 feature films. He has over 50 National Commercials to his credit. He has an amazing ability to be a "chameleon" on camera & with his voice as he creates interesting characters. He has developed his voice thru time, creating many meaningful characters for Commercials, Podcasts, & Video Games. Acting is his passion and he takes it seriously as he creates with passion, love & enthusiasm!
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BrÖÖklyn joneS — Episodes 1 & 2
Brooklyn Jones is a stand up comedian from Brooklyn, New York. Before comedy, she was a rapper which got her two wins on BET’s 106th & Park Freestyle Fridays. Not abandoning her love for hip hop, she incorporated rap into her comedy by doing parodies such as her Cardi B “Bodak Yellow” Parody, Iggy Azalea “Fancy” parody and her most popular, Beyonce and Jay Z “Drunk In Love” parody entitled “Chunky Love” which has reached over 500,000 views on YouTube. You may know her as the crazy, silly friend from “Flex and Shanice” on the Oprah Winfrey Network. You can also catch her doing stand up on UMC's "The Comedy Underground Series season 2, making appearances on TruTV's sketch comedy show “Laff Mobb's Laff Tracks” and presiding as a judge on her own comedy web series “Petty Court.”
raechel wÖng — episodes 1 & 2
Coveted for her curiosity, resilience, and resourcefulness, Raechel is at once the whip-smart, Rubik's Cube-solving best friend, the kickass femme-fatale in the award-winning "Shut Up and Run," and the voice of the daring spy-heroine in the upcoming "Red House Rising" WWII podcast. In person, Raechel is the lovable, witty, and ever-helpful roommate you've always wanted to have, she'll build the fire on your spontaneous camping trip and help you cyber-stalk your crush (and she'll be there if it doesn't work out, with copies of John Wick 1 & 2 and your favorite ice cream in tow.)
A veritable Swiss-army knife, Raechel is competitively well-rounded, equipped with artistic instincts from painting and music; the discipline of athletic training in volleyball, swing dancing, and martial arts; and the epicurean tastes of a hole-in-the-wall foodie.