[INTERVIEW] Voice actor JEN BROWN talks SUPANANOVA, horror movies and more
Jen Brown is an actor, art model, podcaster, producer, writer, director and overall nerd extraordinaire!
She is most known for her voice work on several popular Rooster Teeth series such as Agent Carolina in Red Vs. Blue, Pyrrha Nikos and Lisa Lavender in RWBY, Ered in Camp Camp, Beth in Day 5 and more. Jen also voices Harley Quinn, Lashina, Artemis, Hecate and more for DC Universe Online.
We caught up with Jen for the Everblack Nerdcast to talk about her return down under for Supanova, her love of horror, what iconic movie she would remake and her take on it and her awesome upcoming animated horror themed project!
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Jen Brown founded the horror production company Brown Recluse Films in 2016 with a focus on developing several original horror projects. You can listen to her extol the virtues and occasional pitfalls of the horror genre twice a month along with Dawn Humphrey on her feminist horror podcast Women In Caskets, which is part of the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network. Or, you can watch Jen fumble through videos games on her Jen Brown Plays Twitch stream or YouTube channel.
With an already Supa-Star studded line-up locked down for November, Supanova Comic Con & Gaming has unveiled its latest batch of fantastic Adelaide (November 2-3) and Brisbane (November 8-10) guests!
From Bon Temps to Hell's Kitchen, now onto Australia, Deborah Ann Woll leads the latest guest announcements, known for her roles as Karen Page in Marvel’s Daredevil series and vampire Jessica Hamby in HBO’s True Blood.
The Marvel star joins forces with another vigilante, The Boondock Saints’ Connor MacManus a.k.a. Sean Patrick Flanery, along with Doctor Who alumnus Mark Strickson, who played Vislor Turlough, a companion of the fan-favourite Fifth Doctor during the ‘80s.
Harry Potter fans can delight in news that acclaimed actress and musician Alison Sudol, who reprised her role as half-blood witch Queenie Goldstein last year in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, will also visit Adelaide (Saturday only) and Brisbane (Saturday and Sunday).
As if that wasn’t enough, Star Wars-themed metal band Galactic Empire – yes, you read that right! – will bring their epic live show to Supanova during their November headline tour, performing inspired reimaginings of The Imperial March, Duel of the Fate and the iconic Star Wars theme.
Unfortunately, due to a sudden change in his shooting schedule, Supa-Star David Harbour has had to cancel his visit to Adelaide and Brisbane, sending his most sincere apologies to fans.