CAST – SEASON 1

MAIN CAST

Kirsty Woolven – OLIVIA

Episode 1-33, 35-52, Patreon exclusive episodes 1-4


Kirsty (she/her) is a voice actor, singer and writer based in the West Midlands; you can also hear her in several audio fiction shows including: The Kingery, Alternative Stories & Fake Realities and Descendants. Currently, she has many plans for audiofiction shows (as Steyning Stinker Productions*) that could involve telephone exchanges, nuclear bunkers, stars, amnesia or steam trains! As her first lead role, Kirsty’s delighted to return as Olivia for S2!
*She swears the name makes sense, promise! 


You can find her on twitter @kirstywoolven and @ArrivalsPod

Janis Westin – KAT

Prologue, episode 1-52, epilogue, Patreon exclusive episodes 2, 4


Janis (she/her) loves cheese and hates writing bios. She has done a lot of amateur theatre, and has also spent quite a bit of time on film and TV sets as an extra. Kat was her first voice acting role. In 2020 she could also be heard in an episode of A Ninth World Journal and she’s excited to try on new audio fiction roles in the future.

Janis lives in Alingsås, Sweden. You can contact her via Y2Kpod@gmail.com

Karin Heimdahl – JESS

Prologue, episode 1-52, epilogue, Patreon exclusive episodes 2, 4


Karin is a drama teacher, podcaster and voice actor. In addition to voicing Jess, she is the creator of Y2K.

Audio drama acting credits include Mirrors, The White Vault, Vampires of White ChapelCopperheart, Vast Horizon, Hit the Bricks and upcoming Manifestations. You can find her on Twitter @karinheim. Karin lives in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Adam Blanford – JOHNNO

Prologue, episode 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 33, 36, 40, 44, 48, 49, 51, 52


Adam (he/him) is a voice actor, writer, and director who’s been working in audio dramas, audiobooks, and video games for over three years. He plays Johnno in Y2Kpod and has the distinction of killing his own character off in the impromptu, completely non-canon Y2K Halloween Special (which he also wrote and directed). He’s acted in nearly forty different productions, including the Room podcast, The Insomnia Project, Starship Excelsior. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram at @Doc_Adam_VO.

Felicity Boyd – RACHEL

Episode 1, 2, 6, 9, 20, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32, 38, 41, 42, 43, 47, 48, 51, 52


Felicity (she/her) is a Technical Writer and budding Voice Actor. Having grown up in the backwoods of the North Island, she moved to Japan to teach English for five years before returning to New Zealand to settle down in the garden city of Christchurch. She lives with her partner, Isaac, her cat, Widget, and an ever-changing cast of foster cats and dogs, who are often featured on her Instagram: @flick.boyd.

Anjali Kunapaneni – SHIRIN

Episode 1, 10, 14, 17, 23, 26, 28, 37, 39, 41, 50, epilogue


Anjali (they/them) is a university student studying public policy and history.

You can follow Anjali on Twitter @hereliesanjali

Shekendra Morgan – MAIA

Episode 3, 6, 13, 16, 22, 24, 30, 35, 41, 43, 48, 52


Shekendra (they/them) is a huge podcast enthusiast from South Dakota, USA. Y2K has been such an amazing experience and they are so excited for you to join us on our next adventure. You can find them on social media @ShekendraShow, or visit their website.

Maddy Searle – CLAIRE

Episode 4, 9, 14, 18, 31, 42, 46, 50, 52, epilogue

Maddy (she/her) is a voice actor, writer, sound editor and audio producer. She is the creator of a fantasy audio drama podcast, The Prickwillow Papers, for Snazzy Tapir Productions. Her upcoming podcast, Rapscallion, is an audio drama about pirates caught between two warring countries. She is also the lead editor for Stellar Firma, a sci-fi comedy podcast from Rusty Quill.
You can find her on Twitter @maddy_abstract @SnazzyTapir@PrickwillowPod@RapscallionPod, Facebook @snazzytapir and check out Snazzy Tapir’s website.

Anna Jartin – TAMMI

Episode 10, 15, 19, 24, 31, 32, 47, 50, 52, Patreon exclusive episodes 1-4


Anna (she/her) is a knitter, RPG player and lover of nerdy things. She has worked as a costume designer and maker for theatre and film, and currently works as a production coordinator.

Anna co-hosts Det nya svarta, a pop culture podcast in Swedish. This is her first voice acting role. She lives in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Lorcan Annie Sherry – BRI

Episode 13, 17, 19, 22, 27, 30, 33, 38, 39, 43, 48, 51, 52

Lorcan (she/they) is a Trans Irish singer-songwriter/actor and actor. She was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and lived there till she was 13 and then moved to Dublin with her family. Lorcan started songwriting and gigging back in 2010 and since then has performed in plays in the Dublin Gay Theatre Festival and Queer Cab in Toronto, Canada. She is currently enrolled in a screen acting course with the prestigious Bow Street Academy. You can contact Lorcan via Y2Kpod@gmail.com
Previously credited as Lorcan NicGiollaBhain.

Charlotte Norup – KIRSTEN

Episode 22, 25, 29, 35, 41, 51

Charlotte (she/her) is born and raised in Denmark. Since childhood she has been in love with dark and sinister stories and enjoys the sick and twisted world that is horror. Charlotte has a preference for audio dramas with dark storylines but also enjoys other types of audio dramas.

Charlotte is one of the co-creators and voice actors of Calling Darkness. She has also been on The Grey Rooms, The White Vault and Vast Horizon to mention a few. You can follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Robin Howell – EMMA

Episode 23, 26, 36, 50, epilogue

Robin is the creator, writer and producer of sci-fi fiction podcast Seren; and co-creator of upcoming fantasy podcast Smoke and Steam. They also play Nessa in This Planet Needs a Name, and Reception Bot in Moonbase Theta, Out. 
They can be found on twitter @robin_pods, and they also write a blog about the wonderful world of fiction podcasts. 

(Note that Robin is referred to by their previous first name in some of our audio credits. We are working on updating this!)

GUEST CAST

Sarah Golding – DRAMA SCHOOL DIRECTOR

Patreon exclusive episodes 2, 4


Sarah (she/her) is a very versatile voice actor, drama teacher and all round inspiration. She hosts MADIVA podcast to help budding voice actors navigate the madness, and voice acts in over 70 indie audio drama podcasts. She was Podhost for ADPP, and runs Quirky Voices, featuring women’s health podcast Anyone F’Coffee.

Natalie Beran – CASSANDRA

Episodes 32, 45

Upbeat, friendly, warm and conversational, Natalie (she/her) works in commercials, narration, animations, corporate narration, audiobooks, radio dramas and gaming.
Her clients include iHeart Radio, New Zealand Lotto, World Rugby, Blind Foundation, Les Mills, Vista/Veezi, McDonalds and Southern Comfort.
Natalie works in a range of accents including New Zealand / Australian, standard RP, standard US and Eastern European and has a great range of animation, character and gaming voices. She has a radio career spanning over 15 years and has worked as a radio announcer/producer, voice over artist for film and TV and actress in New Zealand, Sweden, Canada and the USA.
Read more and contact Natalie here.

Lee Davis-Thalbourne – MIKE

Episodes 46, 50



Lee (he/him) is a gentle cat lover with a penchant for statistics and data. With a careful attention to detail and a love of sharing information, he is committed to introducing creators to the possibilities of audio and helping them on their way.

Lee has been helping out behind the scenes in many productions and demonstrations over the years (both live and digital). Love and Luck was the first production where he took a more central role in production, and he took on his first showrunner position with Supernatural Sexuality with Dr Seabrooke.

Erin Kyan – SCOTT

Episode 50


Erin (he/him) is a cheerful force of nature with a zest for art and efficiency. Queer, trans, fat and disabled, all these facets of his experience inform his work and drive him to build a world and artistic practise that’s kind, intersectional, and accessible.

Erin fell into podcasting in 2016 when he decided to try his hand at audio drama, and he fell in love with the many parts of production and the medium itself.

You can learn more about Erin via his website, erinkyan.com and about his podcasts at Passer Vulpes Procuctions.