Courtney DeBerry has been performing since the age of five, and her passion for both the stage and screen still fuels her today.  She obtained her BFA degree in Acting from Brigham Young University, where she was nominated for an Irene Ryan Scholarship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.  Although a native Texan, she fell in love with London, UK where she spent a semester abroad studying Shakespeare and contemporary British theatre.  She was recently a lead role in four-time Laurel award-winning film “Binary,” and she also appears in commercials for brands such as doTERRA, NordicTrack, SNOW, and CVG Leggings.  Courtney is a versatile voice actor, and she has voiced in a variety of productions such as animation, video game, and commercial. In her spare time she loves making YouTube videos about voiceover, lifting weights, and running.

Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Jake Ryan is a professional actor with experience both on stage and in film. Jake has always had a knack for entertaining and story-telling, but it wasn’t until he joined his high school theatre program that he realized his passion for acting. He dreamed of being an actor, but he put that aside to attend Texas Tech University. Once he was done there, he decided to pursue acting fully and got involved in the film scene in Austin. He started working in 2019 and has since booked roles in television, a made-for-television movie, independent and short films, and multiple commercials. He loves the opportunity to get to explore his creative side in front of the camera and the rush of being on a set. He has experience with improv, stage combat, horseback riding, weapons, and stunts. He is most often cast in villain roles but he hopes to one day get the opportunity to play the hero.

Grace Inthathirath is a proud Lao-Hmong-American actor, pianist, and singer based in the DFW area. She hopes to inspire and represent Asian-Americans (and especially AAPI women) with her storytelling and performances. Grace received her BFA in Theatre with an emphasis in Acting at Southern Methodist University. She has experience in classical and contemporary theatre, musical theatre, and short-films with great hopes to be in larger film productions. She brings a collaborative, can-do, and thoughtful attitude to every room to ensure her work is the most valuable. If she isn’t working, she’s spending time with her younger siblings, cuddling up with a good book, or trying a new pasta recipe.

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.


Johnny Reno has been performing as a musician and an actor for over thirty years. After studying acting for two years with Adam Rourke at the Film Actors Lab, Johnny made his theatrical stage debut at the Dallas Shakespeare Festival’s production of Two Gentlemen of Verona. The production featured a contemporary music score that Johnny was commissioned to write for the play. He landed film roles in Sin City, Planet Terror, Roadracers, Spy Kids (Robert Rodriguez), True Stories (David Byrne), Waiting for Guffman (Christopher Guest), and 1870 Texas (William Booth). His national television acting credits include Melrose Place (Fox), To Serve and Protect (CBS), The Chris Isaak Show (Showtime), and Elysian Fields (CBS).  Johnny is best known for his work as a musician and composer. In addition to singing and playing saxophone with his own band, he has released five albums of music and toured and recorded worldwide with Many other artists.  He was the music director and on camera bandleader for the multi-episode Paula Poundstone Show (HBO).  His original music has been featured in films, such as From Dusk Til Dawn, Sin City, Suicide Kings, Behind Enemy Lines, Dead Man on Campus, Roadracers and Spy Kids. His television music credits include ER, Bones, Dawson’s Creek, Entourage, Third Watch, Vanished, Homicide, and Melrose Place.

Macy Anne Johnson has been a Dallas actor since her middle school theatre dork days. After a brief intermission to Waco to receive her BFA in Theatre Performance from Baylor, Macy is back and excited to do what she loves most.

Macy’s passion for voiceover began in high school. While sneakily checking her phone in English class, she found out she landed her first role. Following that first job in the game SMITE, the acting bug has refused to leave her system. Since then, she’s played Shikimori in Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie, Swindler in Akudama Drive, Yuka in the live action dub of Ultraman Z, as well as characters in the anime Hell’s Paradise, Spy X Family, and One Piece.

Macy loves to write stories and bake cakes. An animal lover, she’s always petting cats, playing with her tiny pet snake, or pointing out cute squirrels through car windows.

Elisa Meléndez is a Dallas-based actor and singer by way of Los Angeles, Miami, and her Puerto Rican hometown, where childhood afternoons at her mother’s advertising agency gave her a unique fondness and skill for commercial acting. Shortly after moving to Miami, FL, she developed a passion for singing and songwriting. Her experiences as a rock singer along with her lifelong love of video games merged to guide her academic research on gender, representation, and music games—earning her a Ph.D. in Comparative Sociology in 2018. Elisa took her findings to the classroom and the video game industry, where she developed her warm, educational voice while also discovering a love for video game character acting and audiobook narration along the way. You can hear her most recently as villainess Tyreen Calypso in Borderlands 3 and narrating as Indir in Lizz Huerta’s The Lost Dreamer.

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Jamal holds an MFA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and a BA from Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana. After years of working in Los Angeles and New Orleans, Jamal has permanently relocated to Dallas.
Most notable among Jamal’s screen work (which includes a host of films, television shows and commercials) are his performances in the television series 10-8 and American Dreams, as well as multiple Dallas-based television series such as Prison Break, Chase and Dallas.
Mr. Sterling has appeared on stage in several productions in the DFW area including as Rooftop in Our Lady of 121st Street (Kitchen Dog Theater), Smalls in A Soldier’s Play (African American Rep.), Aaron in Titus Andronicus (Kitchen Dog Theater and Shakespeare Dallas), Willie in Diamond Dick: The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921 (The Green Zone), Henry in Race (Kitchen Dog Theater), Medgar Evers in Mississippi Goddamn (South Dallas Cultural Center), and a host of others, including Dr. Gibbs in Our Town (Dallas Theater Center).
Jamal resides in Plano, TX with his wife Nicole and daughter India. He is a proud company member of Kitchen Dog Theater.

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.

Aaron Napier Martin was born in East Nashville, TN. He spent most of his life in Nashville and Knoxville, but in 2012, needed a change of scenery and he and his dog Charlie moved to Denton, TX.  A good thing, as this is where he fell smack-dab into theatre and found his love for acting.

His uncanny ability with dialects, along with a photographic memory, makes memorizing text, dialogue, and scripts come naturally to him. He’s got a few impressions in his toolkit as well (Brando), so he can pull that out for a quick ice-breaker.

Aaron is most recently known for his work in “Harsh Treatment” by Jonathan Paul/Josh Gilbert, and “The Last Whistle” (2019) by Rob Smat.

He may have started his acting career a little later in life, but Aaron quickly found that on stage and in front of the camera is where he was always meant to be.