(In Alphabetical Order)
Allegra Rodriguez Shivers
Allegra Rodriguez Shivers (they/them) is a Los Angeles based actor, writer, and all-around nerd, originally from Northwest Arkansas. Allegra received their BA in Theatre from the University of Arkansas in 2016 and completed the Professional Conservatory program at the Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio in 2019. They have experience both on and off the proverbial stage, including time as an actor, writer, technical director and production manager. They can also be heard as Alexine Prometh in Earth Eclipsed and in the actual-play, table-top roleplaying game podcast, Mayday Roleplay. In their free time, they enjoy hiking, writing, playing TTRPGs, and practicing new accents and dialects.
Amy G Solano (she/her) is looking forward to playing Amira Dubec. Amy stars in The Fina Mendoza Mysteries Podcast playing 10-year-old Fina Mendoza. Amy is a talented voice actress, actor, and singer. Her most notable role was Nina Rosario, In the Heights. She also loves working behind the scenes as Assistant Director and Production Coordinator for Crazy10 Entertainment’s production of Mortuus Est Legacy. She is grateful to have worked on numerous aspects with this project and greatly appreciates the trust director, Nik Jermaine had placed in her. She hopes to continue work with Crazy10 Entertainment. She hopes you love this podcast as much as she does!
Chris Nelson (he/him/they/them) is a producer for Crazy10 Entertainment. He has produced and directed videos, and done photography for events and interviews. Chris has written poems, blog posts, and articles that are featured on the Crazy10 Entertainment website. Chris studied theatre in West Los Angeles College and developed his acting skills in playing minor roles in collegiate plays. He’s always wanted to get into voice acting and is proud to share his dream with this cast and voice act in his first role as Barry Spencer.
Delu Sorakoro (no preferred pronouns) is a Los Angeles-based actor, abstract artist and overall enthusiast (about anything really). Having been exposed to theatrics at a young age, Delu performed in school productions from elementary up until community college. Transferring from West LA College with a AA in Studio Arts to a BA in Studio Arts at Loyola Marymount University, they got a belt full of experience with other minors including theater. During their time performing, they were in minor roles but made frequent appearances alongside learning how the industry works on and off stage. They mainly do voice acting and painting now but they are always seeking ways to incorporate their artistic abilities into their vocalization for any future projects.
elise forier edie
Elise Forier Edie is a theater teacher and artist based in Los Angeles. Her newest original play, “American Pain” debuted this fall at the United Solo Theater Festival in New York City. Her short horror film, “Lisa” recently won “Best Horror” awards from the Lady Filmmakers Festival, the Gen Con Film Festival and the Independent Horror Movie Awards. Her most recent acting role was as Trisha Lee in her hit one-woman play, “The Pink Unicorn,” which has performed throughout the US and Canada, since 2013.
Josh Alvarado (he/him) is an LA-based actor. Gaining his Bachelors in Theatre Arts from CSUN’s Theatre Department. He starred in Weird Theatre Festival directed by Larry Biederman. He has also worked behind the scenes as an Assistant Scenic Designer for A Streetcar Named Desire, Josh is looking forward to debuting his voice acting career with his character, Rafael Guerrero. He hopes each listener can resonate with this podcast. Much love!
Malaiye is an Entertainer and Entrepreneur who has experience working with CEOs, Veteran Industry Leaders and Creatives that have helped develop the blueprint to her career.
Born and Raised in Los Angeles, California. Malaiye has trained in the fine arts for over a decade. Developing proficient skill sets within the arts, Malaiye is trained as an actress, filmmaker, dancer, singer, and producer. Understanding the importance of having such range within a large industry, Malaiye entered the career of business. From college through entering her artistic career, Malaiye has work experience within Public Relations, Marketing, and Production Coordinating. Being able to work closely with A-list clientele, Presidents of Multi-million dollar companies, 5x Platinum award winning music executives, Award Shows, and Start Up companies.
Combining her training within the fine arts with her experience in business, Malaiye has produced her own projects from films to commercial campaigns. As well as providing tech production and event hospitality for live and streaming events. Films Malaiye have performed in have gone to be selected internationally at various film festivals.
In the current year of 2022, Malaiye is the Executive Producer for her debut short film and EP, “Deserve”. Malaiye is also a Mentor for WACO Theater Center’s Angels and Warriors Program.
Marcel Britt an aspiring guitar player From Baltimore Maryland who has a great many of gifts and talents shares a love for music, art, gaming, and film. Aside from dreams of being an incredible musician one day he would love to do voice acting professionally for all sorts of media and entertainment. ”It is a joy and a privilege to be able to bring these visions and stories to life. Which in a way is very similar to the creation of music.”
Matthew Ip Shaw
Matthew Ip Shaw is an artist of many hats, originally from Vancouver, B.C.
After studying at Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York, Matt began performing fight choreography for the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center before teaching the occasional stage combat class with Circle in the Square and the Neighborhood Playhouse. Soon after, Matt worked his way into animation, making appearances in Netflix’s animated series “The Running Man” along with a few English dubs for Warner Bros, “Come Home Lassie”. He quickly fell in love with the world of animation and began producing his latest project, “Myth Illogical”, which is currently in development.
Matt is thrilled to be a part of the Mortuus Est team and is looking forward to diving deeper into the project.
Howdy! Name’s Nathan (he/him) and I’m a DJ/Music producer in the works of making beats and remixes. When I am not making music, I’m usually streaming on twitch and/or working on my college classes in the meantime. Every new beat is a new lesson learned that helps me improve, and this is only the beginning!
Monica Vigil (she/her) is thrilled to play Morena in Mortuus Est. This is her second voice acting project. She also voices Gabby, the scoffing, eye-rolling older sister in The Fina Mendoza Mysteries podcast. When she isn’t performing, she’s at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona completing her teaching credential program. Thank you to everyone involved in making this amazing project happen. Happy listening!
My name is Nico (he/him). I started acting at the ripe young age of 27. I’ve done student films and indie films. I’ve also been doing voiceover for the last few years. I’ve been apart of indie games as well as online commercials. Working on Mortuus Est has been the highlight of my voiceover career. I hope for people to hear this work and feel like I’ve really captured the character’s essence.
Nicole Dunseith is a Hapa actor, producer, writer, and creative developer. Professionally trained at the Art of Acting Studio Los Angeles, Nicole is on a mission to build a body of work that guides people down an intimate journey of self-discovery and awareness. After many life-changing experiences interacting with marginalized groups as a mixed-culture kid, a public health researcher, and an artist, Nicole strives to tell stories about people who feel overlooked, lost, and struggle to find meaning in this world. There is nothing more beautiful in life than Humanity. We all hurt, we all love, we all laugh, we all cry. She believes despite all obstacles there is always hope. By exploring the Humanity in all of us, Nicole hopes to create art that bridges understanding and takes us one step closer to healing. Nicole’s recent credits include Friendship in the theatrical performance of Everybody directed by Judith Moreland, Elise Rudy in the award-winning short film Found Family directed by Esmée Lavalette, and Producer for the short film Nirvana by Olivia Wong.
Shaina Jean (she/her) is a writer and actor. She has written the upcoming original sitcom, “Really Good”, articles for the Crazy10 website, and is also in the process of writing her first novel. She is an aerial artist specializing in silks and flying trapeze. Shaina is making her voice acting debut in “Mortuus Est: Legacy”.