Tom Antonellis is a voiceover artist based in LA (raised in Massachusetts). A certified Geek, he loves many franchises (Star Wars, Star Trek, X Files, MCU, Terminator, Disney, Pixar, animation, film and many more). He's even got his latest comedy CD coming in 2021 called: "Tom Antonellis: Geek Reference" -- so you know he's legit. He has a BFA in Film from Syracuse University and met Kenny back in his editing days. Nowadays VO is his passion as is his podcast (likely to be a hit with Geek RoundTable fans) co-hosted with his sister, Julee called "Back Through The Basement ." Tom and Julee must go through all their toys and belongings in their parents' basement. Oh boy!! Subscribe, rate, review and share. ADDITIONAL LINE FOR THE MCU SHOW NOTES: Oh, and Tom does over 80 impressions of MCU actors - search YouTube "Antonellis Marvel" or subscribe to his
Joe Cucinotti is a media production and management professional with more than 21 years of experience in the Dallas/Fort Worth radio market working on and off the air. He co-created, directed, wrote and starred in the short-lived “Variants” web-series about the misfit crew that works in a Dallas comic book shop. Joe is also a Professional Voice Actor and can be heard in “One Piece”, “Star Blazers 2202”, “My Roommate is a Cat”, “Midnight Occult Civil Servants” and “ID: Invaded” and the video game “Max Payne 3”. He co-hosts The Editing Bay podcast where he and his friends, Joel and Tes, talk way too much about movies that probably don’t deserve to be talked about. He loves “Star Wars”, “G.I. Joe”, “Scott Pilgrim” and once sang karaoke with the cast of “Supernatural”. His crowning achievement, however, is being Sara’s husband and Harper and James’ dad.
Anne Westcott is a quirky, curvy and athletic warrior! Anne was born and bred in Minnesota, and has been actively working and living in CA for the past 10 years. Anne is an actor, stunt coordinator/performer and baker. Thanks to Anne’s mom she fell in love with the classic movies, science fiction (novels, TV shows and movies) and DC and Marvel Comics. Anne looks forward to movie night with her husband, Eric. It's usually a combination of horror and classic movies. May the force be with you, and live long and prosper.
Eric Navarrette is a writer, podcaster, and occasional performer. His first stage play, "You'd Better Sit Down for This," is an absurdist sci-fi comedy which premiered in Seattle in 2020. His podcast series, "At the Point of a Knife," focused on interviewing up and coming horror filmmakers and learning about the journey they went through to get their films made. He has spent the past 10+ working in marketing and the entertainment industry, most recently as the co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of a tech start-up which provides augmented reality vfx for film and TV, and now currently as a post-operations producer for NBCU.
Eric is in the early stages of relaunching his "At the Point of a Knife" brand as a video essay series focusing on horror and genre themes, with podcasts to follow. When not working on any of these projects, or DM'ing his original D&D campaign, Eric likes to cook and watch movies with his wife Anne Westcott.