That Love Podcast, a romantic comedy fiction podcast, is the brainchild of Joao Nsita. Despite being the creator and writer of the show, Nsita often forgets to mention the contributions of the show's dedicated voice actors. Over the years, more than 20 voice actors have lent their talents to the podcast, including Emerson Peery, Smurf Brown, Andrea Richardson, Alex Bui, Chakree Matayanant, Justine Leah Hince and others. In the following blogs, we will explore some of their favorite moments and episodes from their performances.
Let's start with Emerson Peery:
Emerson Peery has been a valued member of the That Love Podcast team since 2020, lending his voice to over six shows. In more recent productions, he has impressively taken on the challenge of single-handedly voicing all the characters, showcasing his versatility and talent with a varied list of voices. He can switch from a Texan to a woman with ease, truly embodying each character he portrays.
Emerson has worked on several shows over the last three years, including "Your Anti-Hero," "That British Love," "The Circle of Love," "Military Guy," and "The Amazing Dan." Of all the stories, Emerson has a particular fondness for "Military Guy," which he describes as having twists and turns with surprise endings that keep the audience engaged. He especially enjoyed voicing the character's emotional journey as he navigated discovering he had a child and learning to be a stable emotional figure in their life.
Another show that brought a smile to Emerson's face was "The Amazing Dan." He relished playing the suave and charismatic southern gentleman, watching him grow and change to become a better person, and experiencing his emotional ups and downs. He was particularly moved when Dan finally expressed his love for April, saying it was beautiful and heart-wrenching. Emerson has enjoyed every minute of his time on That Love Podcast and is grateful for the opportunity to work with such a fantastic writer as Joao.
I've selected a top three episodes from Emerson's catalogue that he believes you should listen to in order to get to know him better as a voice artist.
3. Your Anti Hero. The season two finale of "Your Anti-Hero" was where Emerson truly shone as a voice actor. He portrayed the main character, an anti-hero on a mission to uncover the truth about his parents' murder. Through two seasons, the audience was slowly given some answers to the mystery, and Emerson's performance was nothing short of exceptional. His talent and range were on full display, cementing his place as a prominent voice actor in the industry.
If you're a fan of gangster-style shows with a touch of romance woven into the dark tales, "Your Anti-Hero" is a must-listen series. The gripping storyline combined with Emerson's outstanding voice acting make for an unforgettable experience.
2. The Circle of Love. In episode three of "The Circle of Love," Emerson played Jasmine Greene's father, who is trying to secure a job, but his son-in-law is sabotaging his efforts at every turn. The episode was particularly hilarious for the writers because they knew that Emerson would excel in bringing his characters to life.
He embodied each character perfectly, delivering every line with the precision of an Oscar-winning animated film. Emerson truly outdid himself in this episode, showcasing his immense talent and bringing the comedic scenes to life with ease.
3. Hello From Ireland - Episode Six. In episode six of "Hello from Ireland," the final and most gripping installment of the series, Fiona, a bride-to-be, is faced with a heart-wrenching decision. She must choose between Tim, the dependable and steady man she's about to marry, and Owen, the passionate and impulsive love of her life who has unexpectedly returned, throwing her future into turmoil. This episode is, without a doubt, one of my favorites voiced by Emerson. He expertly portrays an array of characters, delivering every line with perfection. His acting skills are beyond great, and I found myself listening to the entire series in awe, feeling that I could never better myself because Emerson is simply too good for his own good. He is a truly brilliant voice actor.
And there you have it, the first installment in our series exploring the talented voice actors of That Love Podcast. I highly recommend that people consider hiring Emerson for their own projects. He is hardworking, intelligent, and truly in a league of his own when it comes to voicing characters. His skillset is unparalleled, and I have no doubt that he would be a valuable asset to any show.
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