I found out about this project from Corvus, he thought that I would be a good fit for LilPip. Him and I actually met on my only other voice acting experience. That was a small role where I played a kitty in an animation.
Tyro writes, reads, and games. He lives on a farm with chickens. Not taking care of chickens, they just happen to be there and won’t leave. He’s been in the fandom since around season two of the new show, and administrates some small pony gaming communities when not doing other work.
Polyphonic has voice acted since 2001, became a fan of Fallout with the release of Fallout 3 in 2008, and has been with the My Little Pony fandom through thick and thin since the first time she saw Rescue at Midnight Castle in 1987. She’s an avid modder, having worked on mods for Fallout 3, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and World of Warcraft. She’s also one of the few MLP fans she knows who DOESN’T hate Equestria Girls, and has been enjoying Fallout 4 quite a bit.
Strange Fiction has been acting in theater for over eight years, his more notable parts including Sir Toby Belch in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Luther Billis in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. He’s also done some background work in the film industry, including the TV show Manhattan and the movie Independence Day: Resurgence. Gardens of Equestria is his first voice work, and he hopes he did the amazing characters justice.
My name is Georgiana, I’m 19. I’m studying forensics and criminology, which takes up a lot of time.
I first found the project when the demo was released on the nexus, and thought I’d have a closer look.
When I saw that voice actresses were wanted I thought it couldn’t hurt to apply, as I’d actually always wanted to be an actress, before realising that, sadly, science is a more viable career.
This is actually my first voice acting role, and I was very excited when I got the parts of Homage and Dr Flagbearer.
Nova, also known as on sites such as DeviantArt by the handle “Droakir”, is a professional freelance illustrator and independent comic artist.
An avid fan of both the MLP and Fallout franchises, it was only natural that eventually he would discover the perfect blend of the two known as Fallout: Equestria. Now he is joining the team and lending his talents to make the rich history of the world come to life in the form of faded billboards, worn out old posters and musty book covers.
Nova spends his free time reading, drawing, writing music, tinkering with electronics, and building artificial superintelligences.
Elliedragon was born before the dawn of household dial-up and grew up during the golden age of muppets and cartoons. To say that she is animated is both accurate and conveniently punny. She has been on stage since the 2nd trimester and has loved performing ever since.
Formerly an Executive Producer and the Technical Director of the Manehattan Project, the demands of real life forced Red Kat to take a step back from the project. We are delighted to have her back as a consultant, which generally means bothering her whenever we can’t figure something out. She has also recently taken charge of our newly formed QA Team.
My name is Zedachyia, I’ve been an aspiring voice actor for what feels like ages now. Sadly, I’ve got no practical experience with voice acting. But hopefully the Gardens project changes all that.
I found the Gardens project through Novel Idea’s open casting call on Reddit, and was lucky enough to be selected.
When I’m not mucking about in the voice world, I play video games, listen to music, or run or participate in pathfinder games.
I’m an engineer by trade. I participated in theater back in high school and loved it, but this is my first voice acting gig. I found the project through Orion.
You all know me and what I do here. For the most part at least. So it seemed only fitting that I voice the mad scientist along the poor misguided Script Legacy, who you heard in our very first teaser trailer. I’ve only ever done voicework for the Fallout: Equestria (Manehattan Edition) audiobook project before, so yet another new skill to work on. Don’t worry, I’m still working plenty hard on all the other stuff. 😉