Voiceover Actors

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As we have shared about the storyline of our show and the way in which the production incorporates such a variety of visual and performing arts in the telling, many artists we have worked with in the past have become interested and volunteered to become a part of this production. Chadash thanks these three wonderful friends, who graciously offered their time and talent to a late scheduled recording session . . . We are delighted to include them in the Chadash family!

Ernesto Bustos is proud to be a part of this project. He brings his skills and experience as a voice actor having worked groups like the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California State University at Sacramento, and Smosh. Some of his favorite theatrical credits include Chief Bromden in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” Che Che in “Ana in the Tropics,” and Diego Rivera in “Frida.” Ernesto dedicates his performance to his son, Xavier, in hopes that he continues to pursue his passion as a dancer.

Codi Rose Burns performed in her teen years at Fair Oaks Repertory Theatre. Her favorite roles include Little Red in Into the Woods, Gilmore in Godspell (for which she was nominated for an Ellie award), and Carrie in Carousel. With her two children now in college, she is completing her coursework to become a speech therapist. Codi is captivated by the mission and vision of Chadash, and pleased to contribute to this project that serves a kingdom purpose.

Kim Moses was bitten by the acting bug in 5th grade when she was chosen to play Carrie Cavity, the Evil Tooth Fairy and has continued to perform in community theater for over 20 years. Favorite credits include: Belinda/Flavia in Noises Off, Maggie Cutler in The Man Who Came to Dinner, Chris in Rumors, and both Shelby and M’Lynn in two separate productions of Steel Magnolias. Kim has also done voice over work for both TV and radio commercials and was delighted to be asked to lend her talent to the collection of Chadash artists.

 

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