this episode features
the talent of
(in order of appearance)
(The voice of warning, Mandarin director )
Shawn Wen is a creative force to be reckoned with. An amazing talent, mind, and performer. Without his patience, dedication, and talents...this show would not be possible.
(Victor Caine, Ro-Lang, Co-Director)
Victor Caine is the most famous police officer in all of monsterdom. A cyclops, A hell of a detective, and the protagonist of our story, Bob Carter is the voice of The Eye.
(Announcer, Cookie, Co-Director, Co-Writer)
Cookie is a round ball of fluff, much like the actor that portrays him, Keith Brooks. The guide at Tushu Guan, Cookie is a one eyed little creature that mumbles his way through lengthy conversation.
Death is an ethereal figure. Compelling, welcoming, dangerous, and alluring. She calls to Victor from beyond the great void, but why does she want the one eyed detective?
Cory Di Mino
(Westbrook Von Voorhees, End Credits)
We are thrilled to have the sweet dulcet tones of Cory Di Mino close out the show with each and every installment. We know that if there's any talent that'll have you coming back, it'll be his.
Steven K. Greer
(Steven K. Greer)
This guy's in it.... so there's that.....
The term "white Lady" is often used in reference to spirits that haunt a singular location, wandering the hallways of theatres, schools, and hospitals. Emily is a spirit that haunts a Manhattan hospital as she attends to her patients. In addition to that, she haunts the mind and heart of Victor Caine. Kiera brings this dead woman to life with beauty, grace, and talent.
Abatur is a hot shot Judge being played by a hot shot actor...Brad Corbin. A fast talking, sophisticated, successful symbol of Monster New York's Legal System, Abatur is a friend to the MNYPD. Or at least he should be.
Amanda Van Hiel
Keith here. Real talk? I have such an actor crush on Amanda. She nails this part and makes it one of my favorite in the entire series. Christie is Judge Abatur's legal assistant who's a clumsy and awkward elf. Amanda's not that. She's a sophisticated and graceful elf. And she's nothing but amazing talent. SUCH A CRUSH!
The amazingly talented Jen Morrison brings to life one third of Hekate, the gatekeeper for Si Fan's Tushu Guan. Concerned, Compassionate, and frustrated with her other heads...she is a vibrant and welcome voice in our show.
Another third of the interesting Hekate, Amy plays the sultry southern aspect of the woman's personality. She is helpful, and inviting...too bad Vic's drunk off painkiller or the brilliant portrayal by Amy and him might hit it off.
The third head of our three headed woman, Peg plays the most...outspoken of the personalities to perfection. I wouldn't say that Heakte has a rude side....some other people might....but I wouldn't.
Camilla, The Living Room, is the sweetest thing in all of monsterdom. The sweetest in our world, is Tedra. Like seriously, nicest person you'll ever meet. We're excited to have both of them as a part of the project.
The assistant to the captain of Major Case, Blair is a brilliant, self made, and witchy woman. She could be a detective, hell...with her level of intelligence she could be anything. Just like the amazing Voice Actress bringing her to life, Abigail Gieseke.
An experienced officer, and partner to Wolf, Druitt is a pale serpentine/reptillian demon but more importantly a New Yorker Through and Through. A bit of a smartass, a bit of a hardass, there's only one artist that could bring this character to life...the great Zachary Vaudo.
Kurt Yue brings to life one half of the hardest working police team in Chinatown. Fan is an excellent cop. Quick witted, in the know, and stalwart....it's easy to see why the extremely talented Yue was cast in the role. We're thrilled to have him.
John Tyme Tong
John brings to life multiple characters in the series. One, being Xie; the other half of the dynamic detective duo that dutifully watches over Chinatown. A symbol of law and justice. Can Xie and Fan help Victor Caine solve the case?