Meet the Voice Actors from the Cast of Jessica Darby, Zombie Lawyer

Amber Paul

Jessica Darby

Amber Paul is a TV, film, and theater actress based in NYC whose work takes her all over these United States. She shares Jessica’s best traits, specifically her steely stare and fearless perseverance-especially when waiting for coffee. When she’s not acting, Amber volunteers as a trauma-informed yoga teacher for veterans. She is married to well-known Actor David Arrow. 

Photo by David Noles.


Kiera Allen

Lady Tallulah

Kiera Allen is a New York-based theater and film actor. She stars opposite Sarah Paulson in Lionsgate’s psychological thriller Run, currently streaming on HULU domestically and NETFLIX internationally. Kiera voices Lady Tallulah, the extremely savvy and well-born young woman with a very quick temper.  

Andrew Arrow

The Dean, Angus the Elder, various Drunken Peasants / Terrified Townsfolk

Andrew Arrow (the Dean, Angus the Elder, various Drunken Peasants and Terrified Townsfolk) has worked as an actor/singer/voiceover artist throughout the US and Europe. Notably, he was a studio singer and appeared as Hank, the leader of the West Brovinas Barbershop Quartet on The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He is lucky enough to be related to a couple of members of the Zombie Lawyer family. He is married to actress Donna Lynne Champlin. They have an awesome 11 year-old son.

David Arrow 

Sir Gideon

David Arrow is a film, stage and TV actor. He is also a sometime writer and director. He trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and his work has taken him around the globe. He currently resides in New York City with his beautiful and talented wife Amber. Although you can’t see it in a podcast, David is a very proficient Bactor (acting with your back to the audience). David voices Sir Gideon and various other townsfolk, animals and the odd sound effect. 

Stephen Bel Davies

Lord Paul

Stephen Bel Davies has recorded over a hundred titles in association with Audible Studios, Deyan Audio, Brilliance, and Tantor including New York Times bestselling authors Jeffrey Toobin, Jennifer Roberson, Piers Anthony, Walter Kern, J.A. Redmerski, and A.G. Riddle. He was trained at The Juilliard School Drama Division. Stephen voices Lord Paul, a ruler who usually considers himself benevolent but often fears he may be an accidental despot.

Tom Bozell

Lord Roger

Tom Bozell  is a film, stage and TV actor and the veteran of hundreds of TV and radio commercials. Tom voices the corpulent, foul, yet somehow very lonely Lord Roger.

Brad Bradley

Sir Ray

Broadway credits include “Billy Elliot” and the original casts of “Spamalot”. “Annie Get Your Gun”. “Thou Shalt Not”, “People in the Picture”, “Steel Pier” and “A Christmas Carol. “Brad starred as Patsy opposite Gary Beach’s & Richard Chamberlain’s King Arthur on the 1st National Tour of “Spamalot.” NYC and Off- Broadway -“I Am Harvey Milk”, “Chita: A Legendary Celebration”, “Ernest in Love”, “The Cocoanuts” and two City Center Encores. Brad was on an episode of the final season of “Younger” and has an indie musical movie coming soon. He made his professional debut at 12 y/o as a dancer in the Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial. His popular podcast “Broadway’s Backbone” has close to 100 episodes. Ray voices the clever – some might call him devious – knight Sir Ray.

Tyler Bunch

Wallace of Sprague

Tyler Bunch is an actor, puppeteer, writer, director, producer and improvisor based in New York City. Tyler voices Wallace of Sprague, a gifted but disillusioned executioner seeking more productive uses for his axe.

Enemy Jones

Cheyenne, Bianca, scared and/or unhealthy villagers

Enemy Jones is a Dancer/Choreographer/Actor based in Washington, D.C. She has trained under Amber Paul in Improv, Broadway Dance Center (Theatre, Vocal, and Dance), and has a BFA in Dance from The Ohio State University. Previous Projects include: New Circle Theatre Company (Associated Artist), All That Jazz (Annapolis Shakespeare Company), Lies We Tell Ourselves in the Dark, (Director, LABrynth Intensive Ensemble), March Hare, Mad Hatters Gin & Tea Party (Fever). Enemy provides the voices Cheyenne, Bianca, and any number of extremely wise – and potentially lethal – Rolling Hills townsfolk.

Marca Leigh

Mysterious Natalie

Marca Leigh is an actress known for Mystic Nights and Pirate Fights (1998), The Last Christmas Party (2008) and Good Bye (2009). Some of her skills include baton twirling, pirate fighting, and sketch comedy. Marca voices the role of the mysterious Natalie, who has a big secret… which she’ll share if you just ask.

Will Manning


Will Manning’s previous voice work includes Red Dead Redemption by Rockstar video games and The B & O Railroad Museum in Baltimore. He’s been a monster movie fan since childhood and is thrilled to be part of telling a zombie story. Big thanks to the whole Zombie Lawyer team! 

Ruth Nightengale

Maggie the Alchemist

Ruth Nightengale is an NYC-based actress with many years of experience acting and producing in the large non-profit theatre community. Ruth voices the role of Maggie the Alchemist, a sorceress who often spends her days as a tree.

Jon Peacock

Nick the Player

Jon L. Peacock is an artistic director, film and theater actor based in New York City. Jon voices the barrel-toned ultra-confident leading man Nick the Player, a gentleman who is fine getting by on his profile.

Jennifer Prescott

Lady Laurette 

Jennifer Prescott is an actress with Broadway credits that include: Carousel, Fiddler on the Roof, How to Succeed in Business.., and Starlight Express. TV: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Film: City Hall. Jennifer voices Lady Laurette, a young noblewoman of many talents… and a hunger that is only just awakening.

Tom Alan Robbins

Mr. Charles

Tom Alan Robbins has performed in eight Broadway shows, including The Lion King, creating the role of Pumbaa. Other Broadway: Head Over Heels, Newsies, Sunset Boulevard, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Threepenny Opera, Once Upon A Mattress. Off-Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors (2020 revival, Mushnick, Grammy nom), Brooklynite, On The Verge, Isn’t It Romantic (World Premiere), Henry V (Public Theatre). Tours: Les Miserables (Thernadier). Regional: Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom), Fiddler on the Roof (Tevye), Man of La Mancha (Sancho) and many more. Training: The Juilliard School, The Acting Company. Listen to his hilarious podcast Twits in Love featuring Michael Urie, Christian Borle, Mary Testa and other Broadway luminaries at Tom voices Mr. Charles, a man who can’t help but dwell on his birth status.

George Sheffey

Jerry of Peterbeck

George R. Sheffey (Jerry) is known for his work on Fosse/Verdon (2019), Mindhunter (2017) and FBI (2019). Graduated from Clarion University with a BFA in Acting. He studied at the Circle Repertory Theater with Lanford Wilson and Craig Lucas. He voices the role of the theater-loving gravedigger, Jerry of Peterbeck, who doesn’t ask for much other than the company of his loyal crow and a copious supply of ale.

Chris Tipp

Hudson the Player

Chris Tipp is an actor, singer and songwriter based in NYC. He most recently performed in Lady Liberty and the Donut Girl at New Circle Theatre Company in New York. Chris voices the role of Hudson the Player, for whom being a working actor is no longer enough… he wants better roles, of course.

Jennifer Lane Williams

Widow Binderman

Jennifer Laine Williams resides in New York City but originally hails from Oklahoma City, OK. She is a film, television and theater actor with over 40 credits to her name. Jennifer voices the unfortunately slow widow Binderman, several wise townsfolk and quite a few extra-hungry zombies.

William Youmans

Sam Simons

Wicked, Billy Elliot, Farnsworth Invention, The Little Foxes (Elizabeth Taylor), Big River, Titanic, Pirate Queen, Finian’s Rainbow, Baz Luhrmann’s La Boheme, Carousel, To Kill a Mockingbird.  Movies & TV: Birdman, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Nadine, Mrs. Soffel, Fresh Horses, Ten Minutes to Midnight, Compromising Positions; several Law and Orders, Separate but Equal, Little Match Girl, many more. William voices the man who started this whole zombie conversation – probably because he’s turning into one himself.

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