Theresa Rowley is a DFW-based actress and singer from Amarillo, TX. In 2014, she graduated from Oklahoma City University with her Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre. After moving to NYC in 2014, Theresa was featured in the national touring production of “Annie,” the world premiere of “Anne of Green Gables: A Folk Rock Musical,” in the NY Times & The New Yorker in an ad campaign for Vanguard Financial, as well as in a national ad campaign for ESPN & T-Mobile. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys playing the piano and writing her own music.

Gail has been “Screen Mom ” to the stars, including Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Sorbo, Ethan Hawke, Carrie Preston and Mike Chiklis.  She’s been honored by the USA Film Fest for her achievements and won laurels at the Louisiana Film Prize, New Orleans Film Fest and Sundance 2024. She’s played Eleanor Roosevelt, a mob boss, a dog and everything in between. Gail was born in Pennsylvania, grew up in New Jersey, studied in Ohio and then headed west where she raised a family and a lot of ruckus, usually onstage. She has a list of things she’d still love to do: own a horse, drive a big-rig, master Italian, play the ukulele and still find time to walk her dogs and go to the gym. She looks forward to what’s next, where it will take her and what ground it will break.

Victoria Angelina Cruz is an actress and storyteller with a passion for Improvisation and Character Development. She uses these tools in her work and in every opportunity she gets. She earned her MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University, and her BA in Communications from University of Alabama in Birmingham. Her favorite projects include voiceover for Lumenaria at Okratron 5000, and performing Classical works with Shakespeare Dallas. Although an Alabama Native, being a part of a military family allowed her to live all over the world during her upbringing. Victoria brings a sense of excitement and joy to every project she works on. She is an avid scratch baker and enjoys playing her Ukulele and catching Improv Nights around the city.

Marcos Martinez was born in Houston, Texas. Early in childhood, Marcos’ father had aspirations for him to be the next golfing prodigy. Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on who you ask), that did not happen but as a result Marcos picked up a love of the game and feels fortunate to be able to play golf at a high level to this day. Marcos discovered his love of acting in high school when he performed Marc Antony’s monologue from Julius Caesar. Since then, while still devoting time to golf and his studies, Marcos only obsessed more over acting. He has starred and acted in various films, commercials, anime, and plays throughout his career. Outside of acting in and making films, Marcos’ favorite pastime is sitting down with a good book and a glass of Lagavulin Single Malt.

Teri is a recent transplant from the Chicago area where she has been an on-camera and VO actor for over 15 years, with Second City Chicago and Meisner training, black box theatre experience, a knack for medical and professional jargon, has narrated more than 400 audiobooks (including 50+ under her pseudonym, Lynn Barrington) in multiple fiction and non-fiction genres, and was one of Chicago’s top ear prompter talent before moving to the Dallas area in 2021. She earned a BFA from the Savannah College of Art & Design and spent 18 years as a gig worker before it was trendy.

Fully embracing the Texas heat, she gardens for butterflies and other pollinators, and is currently enrolled in the Texas Master Naturalist training program which includes an initial 80 hours of training in various natural sciences and a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer service to become certified to help educate, preserve and maintain our natural resources in Texas.

Ray Hurd has worked for nearly two decades in the voiceover industry, voicing some of the world’s most famous characters and for the world’s most trusted brands. Brands like Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, Chevrolet, The Home Depot, CHAMPION Sports, Cartoon Network, Funimation, Drive Time, The United States Coastguard, and many more. Ray also lends his voice to popular characters on hit weekly TV shows, like My Hero Academia, One Piece, and Dragon Ball Super.
People usually describe his voice as a calm, peaceful sound that commands attention. Kind of like James Earl Jones or Keith David. Trust is what people look for in a brand and what provides trust more than a voice of assurance and calm? These are examples of the quality you will get working with this amazing voiceover talent.


Laura Martinez was born in San Antonio, Texas. Her father was a career Army officer, offering her the opportunity to travel and live throughout the world in such places as Europe and South Korea, but has always felt Texas was home. She fell in love with acting in high school, spent years doing theatre, acquiring her Bachelors and Masters in Performing Arts. Laura, crazy enough, started her film/TV career as an extra on Friday Night Lights (the series). Being on set was exhilarating, and there was no turning back! Since then she’s been honored to work on numerous film, television, and commercial projects. Most recently Laura has begun producing films with her husband in-between opportunities. She loves raising her children, reading, and dabbling in hobbies ranging from embroidery to refurbishing furniture, not to mention sharing a glass of whiskey with her husband at the end of the day. There is no doubt that all of Laura’s life experiences have helped mold her into the actress she is today!

The acting “bug” landed on Nikki while sitting in a college psychology course. She knew immediately that she didn’t want to sit and listen to everyone else’s problems for the rest of her life. Instead, she wanted to showcase their problems and hopefully their triumphs for the rest of her life.

After graduation, she took her talents to KD Studios Actors Conservatory where she met her first agent, Ivett Stone. From there, she began working in the commercial world and quickly moved on to film and television. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, where she currently serves on the DFW local board.

Nikki is most often booked as a doctor, a law enforcement officer or a criminal. Her goal: to eventually play them all at the same time.

When not acting, she’s a fitness instructor, helps her husband run a custom suit business and sobs uncontrollably at ASPCA commercials.

Matt Lyle is a performer and comedy writer living in Dallas. He’s a graduate of the Second City Training program and was the host and head writer for The City Life Supplement, named a Top 5 Comedy Show in Chicago (NEWCITY 2013). His original sketch revues have been seen in Dallas in A Brief Endless Love at the Dallas Comedy House, Gold, Frankincense and Credit Card Debt in Theatre Too, and Adulthood: or How I Learned to Start Worrying and Love Ken Burns at FunHouse Theater and Film. Matt’s plays, The BoxerBarbecue ApocalypseBig Scary AnimalsRaptured!Hello Human FemaleA 3D AdventureA Dance of Joy, and The Better Doctor, have been produced in DFW and across the U.S. His favorite roles are as husband, dad, and slow pitch softball MVP.

Bradley is an actor and storyteller who is passionate for learning about the human psyche. This passion is carried into his work on stage, as a voiceover artist, and on camera. A classically trained actor, Bradley earned his MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and his BFA in Performance from University of Texas at Arlington. Bradley is the youngest of four, a Beyonce stan, and in pursuit of his most authentic self. As a Dallas native, Bradley is excited to be signed to the Mary Collins Agency.