The latest hires at Volt: The Best of the Best
11/14/2018 10:58:23 This list of the top 15 hires for Volt, which will debut in October, is a mix of the best and the worst.
The new hires have all proven themselves to be capable, and there’s no doubt that they’ll be the stars of the show.
The main challenge for Volt will be that it’s going to be so big that it’ll require a massive amount of talent to run it.
But even if you’re not into that sort of thing, there are a lot of great talent on the show already, and the hiring of a slew of talented people is going to keep the show moving forward.
Here’s what you need to know about this cast of greats: 1.
Gina O’Neil – Gina is an award-winning, Emmy-winning television producer who has worked on shows like The Mentalist, House of Cards, The Vampire Diaries, and Orange is the New Black.
She also has a long-standing relationship with showrunner/creator Ryan Murphy, who has said she would love to have her on the team.
Gina is a big fan of Ryan’s, and he says she’s someone who “can come up with great ideas and pull them out of the ether.”
Scott Baio – Baio is a seasoned TV producer, with credits on The Mental, Criminal Minds, and Criminal Mind and Murder.
He is also the creator and executive producer of the hit podcast and the executive producer/writer of the critically acclaimed series, The Mindy Project.
Baio says he would love for his wife and kids to be on Volt, and “she and I will be on it together.”
He says that “there’s no better place to do that than with a cast that I love.”
Tom Golisano – Golisan is the co-creator and executive-producer of the Emmy-nominated drama series, House.
The co-star of The Mental and Criminal Enders, he’s also a prolific voice actor, having voiced various characters on television, including Will, a psychiatrist at a psychiatric hospital, and Michael, a high school freshman with an intense obsession with the Teen Titans.
Golisanno says that he has “a great sense of humor and a great sense [of] how to play a character.”
Matt O’Bryan – O’Brien is an actor and writer who’s worked on such shows as The Mentalists, The Originals, The Walking Dead, and The Shield.
O’Reilly says he’s “one of those people who just can’t get enough of people,” and he’s one of the first people he contacted about joining Volt.
“He’s one who’s really comfortable in his own skin,” O’Donnell says.
“There’s a lot to him, and I think that people can relate to that.
I think he’s someone you can lean into and have a real good time with.”
Scott Wahlberg – Wahlburg is the son of actor John Wahlstrom.
He played the titular role on Arrested Development and has worked in various roles in movies and television, most recently playing the lead in Netflix’s series, Daredevil.
He also starred on NBC’s The Voice, which has garnered rave reviews from critics.
Chris McKenna – McKenna is a television and film director and producer, who also helmed a number of critically acclaimed dramas.
McKenna says he has a “great sense of humour” and a “lucky knack for making a great television show.”
Kevin Hart – Hart is one of many actors to have worked with Ryan Murphy on the series, and Murphy has praised his ability to write, direct, and direct with a comedic sensibility.
Hart is a writer, producer, and director with a long and illustrious career, which he says has allowed him to “keep up with [his] passions and not give myself too much pressure to be a movie star.”
James Marsden – Marsden is a TV and film producer and producer-actor who also served as executive producer on the Emmy Award-winning comedy series, I Love You, Daddy.
Marsden says he is a huge fan of Murphy and his show, saying that he “can see himself being a part of this show for many years to come.”
Kevin Kline – Kline is the brother of actor Kevin Hart.
Kevin was a big draw on Arrest’d.
The two are very similar in that they both have a sense of comedy and are also funny.
They both work in the comedy industry, but Kevin is an Oscar winner, while Kline was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Josh Horowitz – Horowitz is the nephew of actor Adam Horowitz.
He plays the title role on Criminal Minders, and also has worked with Murphy.
Horowitz says he can see himself doing more TV in the future, and is excited to have the opportunity to work with Murphy again.
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