Kiarra Osakue is an actress and amateur cook who daylights as a software automation engineer in Denver. Her past roles on stage come as varied as Mrs. Muller in Doubt to a sexually frustrated ghost in Dark and Stormy Night and she’s excited to try her hand, or voice, at the podcast game with the infinitely interested Narrator in Harbor. She's been passionate about acting since her parents signed her for a class in middle school to help boost her self confidence and improve her clarity of speech. She views a role that relies exclusively on her ability to speak clearly and be understood without any body language as the ultimate test to prove to her parents that that their investment was worth it and that she can now, in fact, speak at the speed of a normal human being when necessary.
Been in the game of story-telling for 10+ years. Performance work done for national non-profits, ad campaigns, cartoons, radio, military PSAs and films in the Denver, CO region. Production work as a seamster, DP, art direction, director and writing. Born in Washington State, raised in North and South Carolina, and has been screwing around in Colorado ever since.
Many thanks to the family and friends, the team, the listeners, and what's beyond all. Enjoy these back-woodsy shenanigans.
Marcus Cannello (Sedum) is honored to be a part of "Harbor". Marcus is a professional actor who has been featured in many films, television shows, and several theatrical productions in Colorado and Los Angeles. He is grateful for the support of the cast and crew and his friends and family.
Raised in LA around the film and TV industry, Gretchen moved to Denver in 1994 and has since been in commercials, films and webseries. A martial arts studio owner, Gretchen has been teaching Kung Fu for over 25 years. She has written, directed and acted in several Kung Fu films and has done fight scene choreography for the stage and films. A professional flutist with a degree in music, Gretchen has performed in orchestras, chamber music ensembles, and has recorded animation soundtracks. With a love for performing, Gretchen is constantly looking for new and challenging projects.
Samantha has received theatre training from the DPAC, dance training from Tammy Brenner Dance, and is passionate about stage performance. She teaches theatre in elementary schools, as well as creative dance to preschoolers. Stage credits include Ugly Stepsister in Cinderella, Madam Holstein/Albert’s Mother in Jack and the Beanstalk, & The Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.
Joe Abplanalp has been acting for most of his life and is excited to be voicing such colorful characters in Harbor. He hopes that everyone out there is most excellent to one another, and encourages all creatives to keep expressing the things that are in their souls!
M. Kate McCulloch is an actress, voice-over artist, writer, producer, and director. She appears in several award-winning films, including Memefry, Broken Record, and Unmarked, in supporting roles. She wrote, directed, and produced a short web series episode, Eponymous, for the Rohrering Success production company, and is currently in pre-production in the same capacity for RSW's next project, Creepers, a TV pilot. Kate portrays Leah Greer in the Harbor Podcast, her first V.O. project, which she thoroughly enjoyed. Her bucket list includes learning to surf, playing the cello, and travel – preferably to places near an ocean. Kate lives in Denver with her husband, Brian, a house full of children, pets and a lodger. Kate can be found on IMDb at .
Jacque Reiman is a devotee of the good story. Creating imaginative stories and developing memorable characters has been the hallmark of her script writing for local theatre companies and her own filmmaking endeavors. Harbor is a shining example of great storytelling and the role of Roose is something that makes her very happy to bring to life.
CORY MOOSMAN is a theatrical actor, director, puppeteer, and voice-over artist. He has been seen as Max Bialystock in The Producers, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, and John Adams in 1776. Other shows include The Full Monty, Fuddy Meers, Sweeney Todd, 1940’s Radio Hour, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged and The Complete History of America: Abridged. His directing credits include hit productions of Drowsy Chaperone, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Beauty and the Beast. He is the creator of WYNOT Productions, and is a writer/director/performer on the in-production television puppet comedy, ‘The WYNOT Radio Theatre Show’. www.WYNOTPRODUCTIONS.com
When not narrating and producing audiobooks, Michael Ferry spends his time writing, singing and indulging in all things eccentric or peculiar. You can find him on Instagram @michaelferry_vo and listen to his podcast Selected Readings at https://bit.ly/2GQYegW
Linda McQuade is a semi-professional tackle football player based in Colorado. She was named a Women's Football Alliance All-American for the 2017, 2018, and 2019 seasons; and Defensive Player of the Year for her team for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. She is writing a screenplay based on her experiences as a female football player.
One of Catherine’s most recent accomplishments has been as Superman’s mother in two fan films, one of which won Best Feature at Miami’s Comicon, and for which she was nominated as best supporting actress at BlissFest in Denver, CO. She recently appeared in the theater production of Sylvia: A Play by AR Gurney where she played a lead role as Kate, Greg’s wife. (May 2017) She has also appeared in the supporting role as Mrs. Chumley in Funky Little Theatre’s production of Harvey (May 2018). She can be seen as Katie Sakewski in the short film If Not Now (2015), which won first runner-up as Best Picture in the 2014 Denver 48 Hour Film Project competition, and is currently being shown in film festivals in the US, Turkey, China, and Malta, as well as mental health venues. Her commercial work in 2015 was for a national medical organization and Citibank. She is known for her role as Dr. Watson in ER EXperience (2009), Dr. Wally in The Dysfunctional Dynamics (2013), Martha Kent in Justice League 2: The Shattered Paragon (2016). Catherine was seen as Gladys, the ancient high school teacher, in the original Amazon Pilot of Those Who Can’t, written and produced by the Nix Brothers and The Grawlix comedy team (2014).
Erin M. Banta
Erin M. Banta is a theatrical artist in Denver, Colorado. She has a diverse theatre career committing her time to educational theatre, historical museum tours, costume construction, wardrobe, theatre administration, and now podcasting! Currently Erin is on the administrative team with Phamaly Theatre Company, a professional theatre company that exclusively hires actors with all varieties of disabilities. Erin is devoted to using performance as a vehicle for education, connection, and entertainment.
Breanne Nicole Wilson
Breanne Nicole Wilson is an actress and filmmaker currently based in Colorado. She recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from CU Denver with a degree in Film and Television Production. She has been acting since she was eleven years old, and has appeared in over sixteen theatrical productions and fifteen short films, including "Things People Say to Independent Filmmakers," directed by John Gandley. She has also written, produced, and directed a several documentaries and short films, her most recent being being "Paranormal Encounters" (2019). She currently works for Starz as a localization coordinator.
A native to Colorado, Taylor grew up surrounded by nature. She is fascinated by the mysterious world we live in and relishes the thought of what else could be out there… perhaps even amongst us. She is a visual artist by trade and her work can be found on her Instagram, Stormy Weather Studios. Her previous acting works spans from the stage to commercials and film.