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Post by traceracer on Jan 13, 2010 15:52:48 GMT -5
Tracy Hall, nee Gardner, was born a coal miner's daughter in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Ok, neither of her parents mined coal (nor do they mind coal), but her name really is Tracy and she really was born in Scranton. Yes, like The Office.
After an illustrious high school career, she moved onto an illustrious college career, and then to Bartending School to get some practical knowledge and a real career that her English major would not afford her. Shortly thereafter, she scrapped the bartending thing and moved to Los Angeles to actively not seek her fame and fortune and instead get a regular desk job in an advertising agency. While she loved the LA life, she was called back to the East Coast where she continued to suffer from wanderlust, first in Philadelphia working for HBO and then to New York to work for Entertainment Weekly, until finally settling in the DC area to teach high school English. Because of this move, she made several friends and friends of friends who, through a very circuitous route, eventually led her to the world of audio drama at Pendant Audio. There she became virtually acquainted with the lovely M Sieiro Garcia who posted an audition for Doreen in HG World.
Thus far, Doreen has been the most difficult and challenging character but hopefully the listeners will appreciate her.
Currently she resides in Baltimore with her husband, Josh, her beautifully beautiful and clever baby girl, Lilian, and her beautiful and not so clever cats, Punk and Amelia.
I've been cast into the Googies story, so I'm not sure if/when I make the cast list. In case I do, here it is:
Bryan Lincoln is a physics Ph.D. who recently discovered a love for audio. It might have happened sooner if he had realized the creative opportunities that exist outside of music, for which he has a talent on par with the flatworms he spends his days decapitating in the name of science. He is a Producer for the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine and the founder and co-host of the Fullcast Podcast, an educational podcast about producing full cast audiobooks, which is similar to audio drama but with a prominent narrator and (usually) fewer sound effects. All of this is training for the eventual release of his own full cast novel about rebellious, spear wielding reptiles.