Creators of ‘Shelf Life’ Talk Guest Stars, PopConLA, San Diego Comic-Con, & DTLA Production

www.ShelfLifeSeries.com creators, and well-known voice-over actors, Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal, have announced guest stars appearances in Season 3 which premiered on June 12th. Also announced appearance at PopConLA 2012 & Panel at SD Comic-Con '12
 
 
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June 21, 2012 - PRLog -- Shelf Life (http://www.ShelfLifeSeries.com) creators, and well-known voice-over actors, Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal, have announced the guest stars who will appear in Season 3 of Shelf Life, which premiered on June 12th. Joining their cast will be Phil Morris (from CW's "Smallville," "Seinfeld," and is currently the voice of Vandal Savage on "Justice League: Doom") and Aaron Douglas (from "Battlestar Galactica," "Hellcats," and "The Bridge").

Next Up for Platt & Lowenthal is ITVFest 2012 / PopConLA 2012, where "Shelf Life" has been chosen for Official Selection to be screened at the LA Convention Center in Downtown LA, July 5-8. "We are thrilled to be an Official Selection because it shows how web content is finally becoming a force to be reckoned with in today's marketplace," explains Yuri Lowenthal. "Having 'Shelf Life' selected by ITVFest speaks to the talent and hard work of the whole team, but also to the festival for recognizing that web is the leader in new media and deserves recognition," elaborates Tara Platt.

After PopConLA, they will head to San Diego for Comic-Con--one of the biggest gatherings of all media including mainstream, gaming, sci-fi, and geeks alike-- and will participate in a panel at this year's SDCC called "Moving to the Web: Be Your Own Producer" (7/13/12 at 7:30pm). Tara gushes, "We are really looking forward to the panel at SDCC this year. I think that people are looking for ways to empower themselves by creating and producing projects they are passionate about, and I can't wait to share our experiences and learned lessons with them." "I'm excited to be a part of the Moving to the Web panel at Comic-Con this year because SDCC is a flash point of nerdy creative energy and it's where this new programming will come from," excitedly exclaims Yuri Lowenthal.

Monkey Kingdom Productions, Tara Platt & Yuri Lowenthal's production company which is based in downtown Los Angeles, has produced the feature films, "Tumbling After" and "Con Artists" (due out later this year), as well as co-producing "Shelf Life" with Ultimatum Entertainment and Butcher Birds Studios. They also have an independent publishing company, called Bug Bot Press, which has published their book "Voice-Over Voice Actor - What it's Like Behind the Mic" and will be publishing the novella "Tough City" later this year. Recently, Platt & Lowenthal were interviewed about their love for Downtown Los Angeles and why they chose to base their company there.  They were given ten questions to answer specifically about Downtown LA via the Concierge Questionnaire. One question asked, a la James Lipton's 'Inside the Actors Studio', was, "If Heaven were Downtown Los Angeles, what would God say to a visitor when they arrive at the Pearly Gates?" Their Answer, "I hope you're hungry." You can find more of their answers here: https://www.conciergequestionnaire.com/q.php?id=435

The Actors Behind the Shelf:

-- Hero Man (Travis Willingham, a veteran of animation & video games, but also boasts credits on Nip/Tuck, The Guardian, and the upcoming To Have and to Hold)

-- Hero Lass (Tara Platt, an actor/producer known for her work in animation & video games like Legion of Superheroes, DC vs Mortal Kombat, Ellie Martinez in the newly released Resistance: Burning Skies, as well as acting on TV's Castle and Revenge),

-- Bug Boy (Yuri Lowenthal, an actor/writer/producer, is known for acting in cartoons and video games, most notably Ben10, Prince of Persia, and Naruto. He is currently the voice for Lagoon Boy in WB's Young Justice, and Sammy in Sammy's Adventure with Melanie Griffith, Tim Curry, Kathy Griffin and Anthony Anderson).

-- Samurai Snake (Bryan Enk with Dee Bradley Baker providing the creature's voice. Bryan Enk is an actor who has also directed many films like The Big Bad and Midnight Days but is also an accomplished New York theatre actor with scores of plays under his belt. Dee Bradley Baker is a well-known voice actor who is famous for such shows as The Clone Wars, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and American Dad!).

About Shelf Life
Shelf Life has been directed by Paul Jenkins (Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction) as well as Steven Calcote (Ultraviolet, Minyan in Kaifeng), written by Yuri Lowenthal, and stars Travis Willingham as Hero Man, a studly boneheaded superhero, Tara Platt as Hero Lass, HM's sharp-witted half-sister, Yuri Lowenthal as Bug Boy, the snarky guy, and Bryan Enk with Bradley Baker providing the voice for Samurai Snake, kindly referred to as "our Chewbacca." Follow the show on Twitter at @ShelfLifeSeries "Like" Shelf Life on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/ShelfLifeSeries.
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