Guests

  • Nicki Rapp
  • Gina Keali'inohomoku Bowes
 

Nicki Rapp

Nicki Rapp is an 18 year veteran in the voice acting industry. Currently living across the big blue ocean in Oakland, California. Her diverse characters range from fluffy animals & obnoxious children to crafty pirate hunters and merciless snipers. A few of her most notable roles are Lilly in Telltale Games The Walking Dead, the children of The Sims 2 & 3 and Lili Zanotto in Psychonauts. Last Fall, Nicki had her Cartoon Network debut in Long Live the Royals, playing the rotten little Prince Alex. Most recently she has been thrilled to be a part of Campo Santo's inaugural game, Firewatch- voicing a drunk, firework blasting, skinny dipping teen named... Lily. Next up- a dream come true- another adventure with Double Fine and Psychonauts 2


Gina Keali'inohomoku

The Voice of this Pacific Islander princess reigns supreme! Gina Keali'inohomoku "G.K." Bowes is multi-talented voiceover actress whose performances can be heard every day on television, radio, film, animation, anime, video games, toys, and even amusement park rides!  Her impressive portfolio includes Senna in the anime movie "Bleach: Memories of Nobody". She has provided the voice of Barbie for Mattel, Mairu Orihara in Durarara and Durararax2, the voice of Lupit in the highly acclaimed Marvel Comics anime series "Blade", and the voice of Kiyal in several episodes of "Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann". 

In addition to her characters in Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain, Resident Evil, Guild Wars 2, Dying Light, and the new Minecraft Story Mode, some of her other notable video game credits include the voice of Felicia in "Marvel VS Capcom 3", the voice of Asuka Kazama in "Street Fighter VS Tekken", Warachu in "Neptunia", Kunoichi in "Samurai Warriors" and "Warriors Orochi", Sun Shang Xiang in "Dynasty Warriors", and the new fan favorite Laura Matsuda in "Street Fighter V". G.K. can also be heard in several episodes of Disney's "Phineas and Ferb", "Special Agent Oso", "Sofia the First", "Doc McStuffins", and their new series "The Lion Guard".