Ileana Sheremet graduated from Florida State University with a Degree in theatre. She promptly returnedhome and started working Jim Robbie and the Wanderers. Her theatrical credits are few and far between, as she studied costume and set design in school. Sometime around the beginning of junior year in 2012 the idea of Jim Robbie and the Wanderers began to take form. Currently she works in her full time job, and on the show, painting title cards, voicing Tango, and running the gig. Behind the scenes she's also working on music for the show with her fellow actors. She plays with terrible skill the guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, flute and saxophone. And she can sing, which is her musical saving grace. Almost all of her excess time is spent working on this show, but when she has some time or can multi-task, she's watching anything she can get her hands on, going out and LARPing, or dancing.
The dark is afraid of him. He is the life of parties he has never attended. When a tree falls in the forest and nobody's around, he hears it. He can kill two stones with one bird. He once had an awkward moment, just to see what it feels like. He can speak Russian… in French. No less than 25 folk songs have been written about his beard. His hair is insured for $10,000. His business card simply reads “I’ll Call You.” Sharks have a week dedicated to him. He once went to a psychic… to warn her. He lives vicariously through himself. His friends call him “Aleks.” His enemies don’t call him anything because they’re dead.
Zoe Von Embler graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor in English literature. Zoe tripped into acting and podcasts via Jim Robbie and the Wanderers and has since accepted roles in podcasts such as Ancestry, Rose Drive, and WTFrequency. After trying her chops at acting Zoe has moved into writing and production, penning episodes for Jim Robbie as well as pitching several original ideas and acting as a consultant on projects for Crossroad Station. In the future, she hopes to produce her own original works as well as taking on more prominent acting roles on stage and in audio.
Jake graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors in Design and a severely reduced ability to sleep during socially acceptable hours. When he wasn't being crushed by architecture models and drawings (which was often), he was swing dancing or playing one of four instruments. For those in between times, he's made Disney World his favorite haunt. Currently, he's working at the University of Florida, writing and acting for Jim Robbie, and working on creating his own podcast.
Gavin Waters is a student of Chemistry at the University of Florida, currently in his senior year. When he isn't busy regretting his life choices and being crushed under the monumental stress of his classes, he likes to find some small degree of solace in playing D&D, writing, and sleeping half the day away. Although the study of science is his first and greatest passion, it is his dream to one day be a professional voice actor. In the meantime, he whiles away his time in his undergrad research position, studying Inorganic Chemistry.
Achitha Sanganethy was born in 1995, and Toronto, Canada, and has not strayed far from either of those. She is probably writing as you read this. As she pursues as Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Toronto, she occassionaly does other things, like knitting, listening, reading, and watching.
Jack Pevyhouse, born November 10th, 1993 in Fresno, California and raised in Cary, North Carolina, is a poet and writer with a BA in English and minor in Creative Writing from UNC Pembroke, where he was the Editor-in-Chief at the university literary magazine, The Aurochs, from August 2015 to December 2016. He plans on earning an MFA in Creative Writing somewhere in North Carolina. His works have been published in online magazines such as Paper Crown and Open Thought Vortex. He likes coffee way too much and would love to raise bees at some point. He is a writer, co-producer, and occasional voice actor for Jim Robbie, and has a bundle of other podcast projects he would like to work on.
Shannon O. Sawyer is a graduate from the New Hampshire Institute of Art with her BFA in Creative Writing. She has edited the 2015 and 2016 edition of Ayris Magazine, has works published in Cartoons Underground, The Fem, and Quail Bell Magazine, and works as a scriptwriter for the audio drama podcast Jim Robbie and the Wanderers. In her spare time she enjoys drawing, watching cartoons, and screaming at heteronormative books in her local book stores.
Laura Bramblette was born in Phoenixville, PA, but spent most of her life in central Alabama. She spent most of her childhood running wild in the woods behind her house. She is 24 years old, but is the shortest. She also responsible for building Jim Robbie. At her parent's encouragement, she took lessons in piano, guitar, singing and played clarinet and pit in middle school band before deciding she didn't have much musical talent. She did, however, have a passion for all aspects of theatre, including acting and design. She graduated from Auburn University of Montgomery with a Bachelor's degree in Communications and Dramatic Arts with an Emphasis in Theater. She spends most her free time teaching Drama to high schoolers and spending time with her dead dad.
Rosemary Derocher grew up in New York, Illinois, and Virginia, spending the most time just outside of Albany, NY. She has been playing piano since age six and saxophone since age 12, in addition to being self-taught on guitar, banjo, ukulele, and whatever other instruments she can find (this includes the concertina and some dabbling in the mandolin). She graduated from Fordham University with a degree in English and a minor in music, and continues to live in New York City mostly because it sounds good when she says it to relatives and friends.
Alex Brown of The Bridge
Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason of Greater Boston
Austin Beach of Audioblivious Productions
Daniel Manning and Mischa Stanton of Ars Paradoxica
Eli McIlveen of Alba Salix
James Oliva of What's the Frequency
Karim Kronfli of Koach Studios
Lauren Shippen of The Bright Sessions
Maxximillian Dafoe of Mollyville
Nicholas Petcosky of Strange N Unusual Productions
Peter Lalush of Herbarium Podcasts
Richard Penner of The Infinite Now
Adam Lishua Alana James
Alex Barbosa Carl Aquino
Dagan Day Daniel Lehnen
Devon Sullivan Eleanore Mcguire
Greg Wiley Ilana Kiss
Jillian Johnson JT Smith
Mandy Fugate Matt Asbell
Rachael Cardona Riley Walters
Sadie DePeter Sterling Stanley
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