I had the privilege to work with all local Bay Area talent. The cast covered a wide range of personalities, and all of them performed multiple roles in the movie. This was the first time I have worked with professional actors, and I have to say, I had more fun working with the voice actors than any other part of the movie production. Below are the actors and their bios. (photos coming soon)

Vegas E. Trip
After 20 years of stand-up comedy, TV, Major and independent Film roles, It makes sense that Vegas E. Trip would end up fronting such a band as 'Gooferman' . Burning a hole into the musical void and altering the eyes of the field. A 10 klown band with a full functioning circus that is rapidly engulfing the west coast with it's unique and exciting performances. Playing music since the age of 4, weaned on cartoons, comics and rock n' roll, it also made sense to dive headfirst into the world of Voice Acting. Crossing the gamut of Film, TV, radio, video games, animation and toys. 1 part battering ram, 1 part red-dye no. 5, 2 parts wit, 3 parts buffoon. Add dry ice..shake..shake again and serve in a room temperature of 73 degrees.

Bryan Session
Bryan Session has been a professional voice artist for more than 20 years.�He has narrated documentaries, provided voice-overs for commercials and corporate videos, and acted in numerous video games for Sony PlayStation and others.�His roles have included Dr. Lawrence Mujari in the Syphon Filter series as well as several characters in Tekken 4.�Bryan has worked for ESPN, VH-1, Discovery Networks, the Oracle Corporation and many others.�He plays Dr. Jekyll in the Shoestring Radio Production of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and provides the title voice in the children's interactive game "Brian the Brain."�

David S.J. Guilmette
Adult acting debut as older Patrick in Mame, nearly 20 years ago with This Side of the Hill Players in HMB, then held his directorial debut in 1998 with 'The Lion in Winter' at Pacifica Spindrift Players. David has since Produced/Directed/Tech Directed or Acted in close to 40 productions throughout the Bay Area. Producer/Director/Actor for theatre/film/TV is now his full-time job title. As well as Founder/Director of Barefoot Play Readers Repertory Theatre Company He also built sets for RTE, Cutting Ball Theatre,�Altarena Playhouse,�and California Theatre Center.

Dave directs regularly at PSP�and Pacifica Performances, designs lights and sound for many PSP shows�and has designed sound for�Berkeley's Impact Theatre. He has appeared in principle and lead roles in over a dozen independent short and feature films and feature length animation, and some national TV, including the History Channel's M3 series episode 'Galileo and the Sinful Spyglass' where he portrays Galileo. He also provides professional voice over for Internet, TV, and film projects. You can see (and hear) some of his work at

Matthew Tyler
info coming soon...