Gary is the friendly, guy-next-door sound used by Disney and Raising Cane’s…

He is an accent and dialect master with fluency in, Irish, British RP, and Scottish. He is known for authentic characters in animation and video games as well as dynamic audiobook narration.

Recent clients include Disney, Raising Cane’s and Ortho!

Gary has over 270 books on and is the recipient of an Audie, a SOVAS and 4 X Audiofile Earphones awards.

He recently became part of the Star Wars Extended Universe with his narration of “Star Wars: Padawan” by Kiersten White for Disney Lucasfilm Press.

Gary works out of his broadcast quality home studio in Denton, Texas. When not working, he enjoys playing guitar, Karaoke, painting Bob Ross style landscapes, cleaning up paint, and cooking!

Kim Morton is an actor versed in most known fields, and every known field of voice-over: Animation, Live Action, Interactive, eLearning, EduTainment, Radio, Podcast, Horse Roleplay, Nokia-Based Missionary; you name it, someone has had them do it! Acting and entertainment have dominated the majority of their life. Don’t worry, they chose this, they’re happy.  When not recording, they’re talking and joking with she, the love of their life and forever valentine, Matt Sinclair. Otherwise, they’re putting their Bachelors of Science in Music Engineering from the University of Miami to work editing audiobooks, producing music, singing covers of strange Japanese songs, and providing audio post services to anyone who asks.  As the nibling of acclaimed musician David Baerwald, the grandchild of esteemed Japanese Political Scientist Hans Baerwald, and with lineage apparently linked to Benjamin Franklin (records destroyed), Kim Morton has some massive shoes to fill. And oh are they trying!

Kathy Grable is a multi-hyphenate talent from L.A., known for a voice that reminds listeners of a close friend.  From stage performances to on-camera, Kathy’s won praise from critics and cast members alike.  Highlights include playing the voice double for Nicole Kidman in Batman Forever, promos for Spielberg’s Into The West, and ads for Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean Online.  She’s voiced animated characters in Tom & Jerry, Futurama and Rocket Power and heard in commercials for Pepsi, Yoplait Yogurt and as the voice of Baskin Robbins’ ‘Talking Spoon’.   She hosts the podcast In My Voice and was given her own private wine label, a 2018 Cabernet aptly named In My Voice.  She’s directed other voice-over artists in Super Bowl spots and was recently featured in a Los Angeles Times article about niche v/o jobs in Hollywood.  When not in her voice-over booth, she’s performed and directed at the Hollywood bowl, was the live voice of the 2019 Tony Awards show, had a reoccurring role on Last Man Standing, presented awards along side Disney Legend Bill Farmer, and performed in several soon–to-be-released original scripted podcasts.


Tia Ballard is a small town girl with a great big heart. She has spent her time professionally acting, writing, and directing since 2011.

After receiving an Associate of Science degree in Fine Arts, Tia went on to complete a double Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts and Speech & Communication, and then completed a teaching degree. Her love of voiceover is apparent as it has led to her lending voice to hundreds of projects, and directing workshops with emphasis on reading with vulnerability and soul.

When you love what you do, there is no free time, but Tia peppers her life with Master Gardening, decorating, drawing, and creative world-building. Family, friends, and her dogs,Tom Hanx and Bentley, keep life full and entertaining. She also writes children’s books and animation!

In the booth, it’s all about you! Collaboration is the name of the game. Tia is here to make your job a breeze. She delights in bringing a kind and comfortable working environment, with imaginative nuance and character.

Much like Roman Emperor Augustus Caesar, Dallas based actor Aaron Dismuke got his start in his chosen profession quite early. At age eleven, he was cast in his first lead role in an anime dub: Alphonse Elric in the show FullMetal Alchemist. Young Aaron didn’t realize that he’d spend the next decade trying to escape the shadow of that towering role any more than young Augustus realized he’d spend his life overshadowed by the ghost of Julius Caesar.

The ancient Roman statesman and Dismuke’s shared love for performative emotional outbursts was instrumental in the latter’s going on to voice hundreds of characters in various anime, video games, and western animations in the 19 years that followed. Dismuke also directs, adapts scripts, writes comics, designs board games, photographs abandoned buildings, propagates grapevines, reads a lot of old history books, and raves that specialization is the death of joy.

As an actor, he soaks up information and converts it into clean reads with clear motivations—spiced with snark as needed. He has decades of experience in voiceover, and a passion for stories new and old.

Mike is a talented voice actor currently based out of DFW in Texas. Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota and raised in Colorado Springs, CO, Mike has since lived in and visited many places around the US and the world, including Japan, Albania, Germany, Hong Kong, to name a few. After serving in the Peace Corps from 2015 – 2017 as a Youth and Community Development Volunteer, he returned to the US in order to pursue his passion for acting and start a full-time career in voiceover work. Since then, Mike has recorded for a number of roles in video games, promos, trailers, animation, audio books, commercials, and everything in between, only continuing to grow and sharpen his skills with each cast. Should you find yourself looking for a voice actor with the professionalism of a government official, the approachable personality of a gentle giant, and the utility and flexibility of a Swiss Army Knife, then there is no need to look any further.

Leif Anders is an actor and narrator groomed in Hollywood and known for A Scanner Darkly (2006), DC Universe Online (2011), and the Final Fantasy VII Remake (2020), as well as political voiceovers for Barack Obama’s campaigns and more recently for Joe Biden.  Adele’s debut was announced by Leif for her first album “Nineteen” and he narrated a laugh out-loud Super Bowl Ad for the Dodge Hellcat not long ago.   Leif’s state-of-the-art studio allow connections to others around the world with professional grade AES/EBU digital. For any internet connection including Source Connect, or recording with clients listening in and files delivered at gigabit speed, he provides a sound that is epic.  Leif Anders is a Swede, who’s married to Australian Olympian, Elli Overton. They are raising three teenagers in Austin Texas y’all!

Cory Phillips has been acting in film and media since 2010. He got his start in acting with improv, and has since trained at Second City and performed in well over 1,000 shows. He has studied and developed his craft which has led to many wonderful projects. Cory has experience in on-camera acting, voice-over, martial arts, comedy, teleprompter, hosting and MC. He was the lead in a 400-plus-episode kids show and two Lionsgate films (“Ghoster” and “The Fantastic Pet”). He had his first SAG role in the hit series “The Chosen,” and you can hear his voice in over 100 anime titles with Crunchyroll. Cory loves acting and all things nerd. He has made guest appearances at hundreds of Cons across the nation and loves interacting with fans. When he is not working, he is riding his motorcycle or playing Dungeons & Dragons.

As an Award-Winning Voice Actor, Tony Pasquale brings his years of experience as a Creative Director/Producer to the booth. Consistently directable and collaborative, Tony prides himself on understanding the parameters creative pros face, and works to make the voiceover process smooth and easy. Growing up at a fly-fishing lodge in Montana, Tony learned early the importance of leading with a servant’s heart. Combined with studying acting and improv, as well as backed by strong media production experience, Tony has now become a highly sought after, in-demand voice talent. His positive attitude and upbeat personality shines through whether at work or at home. When he’s not in the booth, Tony can be found as a patient advocate for heart arrythmia and afib awareness. Tony dedicates himself to a healthy lifestyle all while embracing family time, cooking, and college football.

Tim Vahle is a versatile actor, singer and artist who currently focuses on voice acting with the Mary Collins Agency. He studied theater at Columbia College in Chicago, and also worked with Second City legend Del Close studying Improv. In a career spanning close to 30 years, Tim has worked on stage, screen (big and small) and behind the microphone in various projects in both Dallas and Los Angeles. He was a member of the respected Undermain theater, as well as starting companies in Chicago “back in the day.” He has an extremely versatile voice, and welcomes a good challenge. So bring it on!