Lisa Goodman has appeared as Ruth in the feature film "I May Regret" ( Best Female Lead, Sydney Independent Film Festival, 2018) as well as the upcoming features, "For Your Own Sake" and "What Lies West." She can also be seen in "The Russian Bride" with Corbin Bernsen which recently aired on Showtime. She is thrilled to be part of The Loyalists and especially thanks the amazing technical team and fantastic cast of actors, and our fearless leader, Colin Dering.
Alex Denney has been a fan of The Loyalists since before he was cast, when the scripts were still being workshopped! Besides his roles as Pauly and Turing, Alex has recently appeared on TV shows like ABC's The Rookie, and on-stage at The Second City Hollywood in the sketch show Anti-Socialites Go Back to the Bunker. You can see more at
Pauly / TURING
OUTSIDE OF OBVIOUSLY BEING A DASTARDLY DEVILISH HANDSOME LEADING MAN TYPE - JUSTIN DRAY LOVES THINGS LIKE PIZZA, BEING SILLY AND THE INTERNET. HE IS PRETTY SURE THAT THE PYRAMIDS WERE BUILT FROM THE TOP DOWN AND IF GIVEN THE CHANCE, CAN EAT A FAMILY SIZED BOX OF TRISCUITS IN ONE SITTING.
Kirsten Day is thrilled to be playing Alice in The Loyalists! Kirsten is known for voicing Skipper in Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures on Netflix as well as voicing characters in 40+ cartoons and video games. She loves her husband and her pets and her apocalypse weapon of choice is a Louisville Slugger!
Originally from New Jersey, Francesca is just celebrating 9 years in Los Angeles. She studied Voice at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA and holds a Bachelor of Music in Professional Music. This is her first role in a podcast series. A lover of theatre, you can usually find her in a musical or play. Most recently she was cast in two Hollywood Fringe Festival musicals: Hamilkong and Jamba Juice the Musical. On film, Francesca can be seen as Charlotte in Great Friends, Amy in Roomies, and as herself in the Amazon Prime documentary, ‘Tis the Season. She also works with several a cappella groups, performing with the Voices of Christmas, Vox Harmonix, and Jingle 5. When she’s not singing or acting, she enjoys baking and traveling to new places. You can keep up with her at and imdb.me/francescareggio
David Ballam plays the voice of Travis Treadway. A long time actor, David made his way in voice over about 3 years ago. With a couple national radio spots under his belt, David is excited to break into animation. Having the chance to play Travis has been incredibly fun and David is looking forward to many more seasons of "The Loyalists”.
Courtney has a classical vocal training competing in state choirs as well as solo and ensemble competitions. She has acted since the age of 14 winning 3 Betty Lynn Buckley Awards from the Casa Mañana Betty Lynn Buckley Foundation. She has continued her training in Los Angeles under the tutelage of Stephanie Feury and Lesly Kahn and always excited in bringing new ideas to life. She continues to believe that art speaks to life and change and strives to bring her best.
Jaka / Beatrix
Giselle hails from the state of Michigan. She grew up performing in numerous theatrical productions through her parents' theater company where she first began acting. She graduated from The University of Michigan with a degree in Screen Arts. Recent stage Los Angeles credits through her production company Palm Tree & Pine include: Kristen in Morgan English’s original play Unhitched, Babe Magrath in Crimes of the Heart, and These Streets, which premiered at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This is her first time working on a project like this and she is excited to be a part of The Loyalists!
Joylissa has returned to her acting roots in “The Loyalists”. Growing up in Pullman, Washington, she acted in various plays/ musicals such as “Bye Bye Birdie”, “Cinderella”, and “The Miracle Worker”. Joylissa now primarily works as a musician- writing, performing and recording her original songs. Joylissa enjoys rock climbing, camping and any farmer’s market she can find!
Danni Spring is an actress, writer, and aspiring velociraptor, originally from Upstate New York. You can see her in all her awkward glory on Youtube's onewordnocaps sketch comedy channel and in Dr.Horrible's Unofficial Sing-a-long Sequel, which she also directed and composed music for. Most recently, she appeared as a myriad of horrifying creatures (typecasting) in TruTV's Ghost Story Club. Keep up with her latest hijinks at clevergirldanni.com!