On this episode of Dearest Geeks Tat interviews voiceover artist, actor, and producer Jesse Inocalla all about his experience in the industry.
Jesse Inocalla is a Filipino-Canadian voiceover artist, actor, and producer with over ten years of experience in the entertainment industry. He’s one of the leads on the hit Emmy-nominated Netflix Series “The Dragon Prince”, and other choice voiceover credits include My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, LEGO’s Legends of Chima, and multiple roles on Marvel animated series. He’s also been in multiple video games for producers like Nintendo, CAPCOM, Fincon Games, IGG, and United Front Games. He’s won awards for his work on stage and screen and has been part of numerous award-winning productions.
In the magical land of Xadia, magic comes from six primal sources: the sun, moon, stars, sky, earth and ocean. When human mages create a seventh kind of magic — dark magic — they start capturing and harvesting the unique magical creatures they need as ingredients, which sparks a war between Xadia and the Human Kingdoms. Three kids from opposite sides of the conflict — two princes and an elven assassin sent to kill them — discover a secret that could change everything and decide to join forces and go on an epic journey. That trek could be their only hope of ending the war and restoring peace to both worlds.
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