I'm proud to have been a voice on this campaign, but not only that, I was able to record this from my professional home studio with my daughter watching, and occasionally interrupting. It was a powerful day and I'm proud of the work that we all did together. Hopefully with more work like this she won't have to wonder if women can work in STEM or what it would look like for a woman to be president, hopefully that will become commonplace in her lifetime. #seeher
Andy is again joined by Brendan Low from The Knight Light to chat with Rachel Kimsey, who plays Wonder Woman in the new animated series Justice League Action. They discuss the show, the character of Diana, favorite episodes, the DC films, and all-around geekery!
A podcast about women in voice over, we talk Wonder Woman, Call of Duty, morning routines and being a woman in the business. Kay Bess is delightful, I'adore her and had a great time chatting- on and off mic!
The Justice League is returning to television in the upcoming Justice League Action. Attendees at Comic Con were treated to a highlight reel for the show, and like it's namesake, the footage delivered on the action. Superheroes and supervillains galore!
The 11-minute episodes series also sees the paired return of Kevin Conroy as Batman and Mark Hamill as the Joker. Rounding out the Trinity are two new voices for Superman and Wonder Woman, with Jason J. Lewis and Rachel Kimsey voicing them respectively.
Justice League Action will air on Cartoon Network this Fall.
The Geekscape Interview: ‘Black Ops III’s Rachel Kimsey Is Pwning Hollywood!
January 13, 2016
Rachel Kimsey is a regular person, just like us. Except, that she’s standing toe to toe with giants in one of the biggest throwdowns ever in the entertainment industry. 2015 was a huge year for the business of entertainment. Records were pushed past their breaking points—only to be shattered again within months.