Lucy Pearce is an actor and director originally from the UK. After graduating from acting school in London she went to LA, then moved on to Seattle and now currently resides in Chicago. She is also a graduate of The Second City Conservatory program. 

You can hear her in Mirrors podcast as Helen and also as Daisy in Passage podcast, which she also directed, edited and co-produced. Keep an ear out for The Six Disappearances of Ella McCray which is a supernatural mystery audio drama from ZoomDoom Stories soon to be released.

When not recording VO you can find her doing theatre and comedy stuff. Also auditioning and paying bills and drinking coffee but she thinks it would be weird if you come find her doing any of those. 

For more info: @LucyPearce888 or



Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, James Yi has been a Vancouver actor for over a decade.

He played Officer Koh in The Interview and has played Appa in the award winning play, Kim's Convenience.

He will also be appearing in season 3 of Kim's Convenience, the TV series. 

James has made many appearances in television and film but his love is theatre and can even be seen in some musical theatre.

He is an avid golfer and a huge sports junkie.


Andrew knocked the Korean out of the park for us. Living in Atlanta, Georgia, Andrew has a Youtube channel with his son in which they challenge each other to various tasks. It’s a lot of fun! If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe to his channel.



Hayley Heninger is the voice and co-creator of Palimpsest, an audio drama about memory, identity, and the things that haunt us. Hayley has previously dabbled in creative writing, theater, and film—on both sides of the camera. She starred in the dark comedy How to Love Your Demon, as well as the comedy web series Transplanting. Hayley was raised in northeastern Pennsylvania and found her home in Asheville, NC. You can find her on Twitter @adequatehalo



Lee Shorten (“Jack”) returns to The Big Loop to reprise his role as “Jack” from FML. Lee grew up in Tamworth, Australia, where he was raised by his adoptive parents Merv and Judy Shorten. Lee graduated from Law School (University of Newcastle) in 2009 and worked as lawyer for several years before he decided to pursue a career as an actor.

With several stints in the hit TV show SUPERNATURAL, Lee is most well known for his work as Sergeant Yoshida in THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE. His semi-autobiographical short film The Day We Met is an official selection for Telus’ annual Storyhive event.


Kristen DiMercurio (“Diane”) is a full time voice actress with a soft spot for audio dramas. She's best known for playing Dr. Sally Grissom in Ars Paradoxica, and more recently can be heard as Christine in Archive 81. She also makes appearances (big and small) in a number of other shows, including The Far Meridian, Studio 360, Station to Station, In Greater Boston, What's the FrequencyKakos Industries, and even Wolf 359. When not nerding out about podcasts, Kristen does her best to be onstage. Her most recent musicals include Fun Home at Portland Center Stage and The Gunfighter Meets His Match with the New York Musical Festival. website: twitter: @kdimerc


Nate Dufort

Nate DuFort is a writer, producer and director who splits his time between Detroit and Chicago. He currently serves as the Producer of the horror/comedy podcast My Neighbors Are Dead and is launching a children's audio network this fall. Nate previously served in a wide range of roles at the legendary comedy theatre The Second City first as an actor and director before settling into roles as both the Producer of the Theatricals division as well as the Producing Director for The Second City Touring Companies. He has also festival directed, curated and juried for film festivals around the United States and Canada including The Austin Film Festival and the BANFF World Media Festival. You can find Nate on Twitter @natedufort or @mydeadneighbors



Mayumi Yoshida is from Tokyo, Japan. Her role as Crown Princess (The Man in The High Castle) received a 2016 UBCP/ACTRA’s Emerging Actor nomination. She made her debut as a filmmaker with Akashi-あかし-(2017) which she wrote, produced, directed, and starred in. The short film is based on her play NeOn-ね音- which was part of the 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival and 2017’s rEvolver Festival and Powell Street Festival. 

Her Short AKASHI-あかし- has won, Best Actor award at the East Van Showcase, TELUS Storyhive 2016 Digital Shorts Grand Prize, Outstanding Writer at NBC Universal Short Film Festival, Best Female Director at Vancouver Short Film Festival, Matrix Award for outstanding achievement in a short film at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival, Best actor at Vancouver International Youth Film Festival. 



Joanna is a Vancouver actor, writer and filmmaker. She's probably best known for her nerdy comedy work in series like Standard ActionHumans & Householdsand One Hit Die, and you can catch her performing improv comedy on stage at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver with The Critical Hit Show. A recent career highlight was performing in the Canadian premiere of one-woman drama Grounded by George Brant at the Vancouver Fringe Festival with Lutalica Theatre. Check out her website at and follow her on Twitter.



Briggon is the voice of Caleb on 'The Bright Sessions', a science-fiction podcast about people with supernatural abilities in therapy. With a recurring role on Nickelodeon’s ‘Game Shakers’ and guest spots on CBS’ ‘Seal Team’, Showtime’s ‘Masters of Sex’ and a lead role in the upcoming series ‘PURE’ (starring opposite Julia Morizawa), Briggon is an actor with a wide-ranging and growing body of work. In addition to his work as an actor, he is an accomplished vocalist, with his recent cover music video, ‘MERCY’, and participation in Gay Star News’ Digital Pride performance series, celebrating LGBT equality; a cause and community very close to his heart.

CHRISTOPHER REYNAGA (production team)

We are so grateful for the recording assistance by Christopher Reynaga--a multi-award winning storyteller and the writer/creator of the podcast Point Mystic. You can find more about him and his work at and



Charles Demers is a comedian, author, editor, playwright, & political activist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. One of Canada's top stand-up comedians, he stars in the Emmy-winning Netflix animated series Beat Bugs, based on the immortal music of The Beatles. He is the author of four books including the forthcoming comic crime novel Property Values, and is currently the editor-curator of Robin's Egg Books, a humour imprint from Arsenal Pulp Press. A former rank-and-file union organizer & longtime anti-war & international solidarity activist, Demers is a fixture of West Coast progressive & labour politics, and hosts a monthly progressive book podcast, Well Reds. His new comedy album 'Fatherland' is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and wherever else you get your music. 


Alex grew up in a musical family and trained as a classical violinist until the age of 18. He then studied theatre at Studio 58 in Vancouver, BC. Since graduating, some of his favourite productions include Itamar Moses’ “The Four of Us,” and Joshua Harmon’s “Bad Jews.”

Alex’s current focus is on acting in film and television. He has appeared in varying lengths of brevity on “Supernatural,” “Star Trek: Beyond,” and as the Marquis de Sade in the vampire drama “Van Helsing.” As a podcast addict, Alex is pleased as pumpkin pie (and other desserts that are easily pleased) to have lent his voice to the Big Loop. 


Moisés Chiullan

Moisés studied Anthropology, Film, and Theatre (yes, that is possible) at Florida State University. His university and regional theatre career peaked when he played a character written as a white romantic lead, something he’d been told would/could never happen. He “retired” in 2006 and went into marketing. He grew to hate marketing consulting, and now he does podcasts of his own (primarily Electric Shadow), and his performance in/on The Big Loop marks his official return to acting. 

Lauren Shippen

Lauren Shippen is the writer and creator of The Bright Sessions, a science fiction podcast about people with supernatural abilities in therapy. Lauren has also lent her voice to numerous podcasts - including her own - as well as short films and web series. She has a degree in music from The College of William & Mary. Lauren is a New York native and now resides in Los Angeles, where she spends too much time on Tumblr.

Julia Morizawa

Julia Morizawa is a Los Angeles based actor best known in the audio drama world as the voice of Dr. Bright in The Bright Sessions. Other career highlights include the feature films Judas Kiss and Tied Up; TV appearances on Lewis Black's The Root of All Evil and ER; the title role in East West Players' production of Masha No Home; the world premiere of the play Without Annette; and series regular roles on the web series Star Trek: Odyssey and Frontier Guard. Julia has also written and produced award-winning projects including the improvised feature film JesusCat (or How I Accidentally Joined a Cult), the short film Sin & Lyle, and the play Twenty-Two. In addition, her first and only book Memoirs of a Wannabe Sex Addict is available online. Upcoming projects include Pure, a sci-fi digital series she is producing and starring in with Briggon Snow and Sensorium Pictures; as well as two other sci-fi web series: Blade of Honor and Galactic Galaxy. 

Anna Lore

Anna Lore is an actor, writer and comedian living and working in Los Angeles. She's played many roles on and off screen, but a few of her favorites have been Cindy on MTV's Faking It, Brie in The Friendless Five, and Stanley the Waiter in her 7th grade production of Hello Dolly. Anna can be seen in commercials ranging from Toyota to Taco Bell, for about enough time for you to wonder if that was her. She uses her voice loudly and often, and has enjoyed using it to portray Chloe in The Bright Sessions. She likes sunshine, donuts, small animals, and baby humans and is excited to be a part of this project. For more information, please visit her website.



Dave Rudden (“Daniel”) is an award-winning writer whose works cross over from the page to the stage to your podcast app. Dave has worked in the Dublin theatre, spoken word and storytelling scene since 2010, and voices Ireland’s first fictional podcast, Down Below The Reservoir.

He has won the Fantasy Book Review Short Story Prize in 2013 and was short-listed for both the Hennessey New Writing Award and the Bath Short Story Prize. Dave was awarded a Literature Bursary by the Arts Council and serves on the committees for both IrishPEN and the Irish branch of the International Board of Books for Young People. Graduating from the Creative Writing Masters in UCD, he was signed in November 2013 by Clare Wallace of the Darley Anderson Children’s Agency.

KNIGHTS OF THE BORROWED DARK is Dave’s first novel. He is extremely excited.



Lee Shorten (“Jack”) grew up in Tamworth, Australia, where he was raised by his adoptive parents Merv and Judy Shorten. Lee graduated from Law School (University of Newcastle) in 2009 and worked as lawyer for several years before he decided to pursue a career as an actor.

With several stints in the hit TV show SUPERNATURAL, Lee is most well known for his work as Sergeant Yoshida in THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE



Tara's an incredibly gifted actor in Vancouver and you can catch her on Netflix in the indie film, 'No Men Beyond This Point' (Best Supporting Actress in a Canadian Film, Vancouver Film Critics Circle, 2016). When this role was written, she was the only actor we wanted for the character and we rewrote it to match her voice. We needed a gifted performer for our debut and Tara was our pick for that. Find her at or on Twitter at @tarakjpratt