J.C. Tregarthen II
A recent Southern California “transplant” to Las Vegas, J.C. Tregarthen, II has been a screenwriter, TV Producer, voice actor, talk-radio personality and podcast host, with personal and professional experience covering over 20 years in the entertainment industry. Voice acting and writing/producing for creative media related projects became a direct focus during his tenure working at Walt Disney Studios / WD Feature Animation for nine years.
Currently, J.C. is pursuing to expand his professional experiences in anime V/O opportunities in the near future, and plans to host & produce an entertainment-based podcast to include interviews with various local talents, onsite appearances and promotion of live music, acting and stage theatre venues in and around the Las Vegas area. Stay tuned!
Donnie Lewis (the meek Seven Mile high school class President & “Blue Cat”) and Ken Turner ~ a hard working family man, that you really don’t want to mess with the wrong way.
FAVORITE DBB CHARACTER
FAVORITE DBB ART
The cover artwork, by Brandon Leith.
I enjoyed performing as “Ken” when he was most tense and intent to call out the wrong doings that he was exposed to. I also had fun with “Donnie” at his most timid and ‘squirrelly’ moments.
HOW DID YOU LEARN ABOUT DEVIL'S BACKBONE: THE INVISIBLE WALLS OF SEVEN MILE?
I was introduced to the project directly by George Caudill, author and director, along with an introduction by James Presley, a personal friend and an established music director/producer in his own right.
WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME A VOICE ACTOR?
I was a Broadcast Journalist & Radio Broadcaster while proudly serving in both the U.S. Air Force & Army tenures, which fed directly into my pursuance of becoming a civilian radio and voice acting talent professionally upon my separation.
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE BOOK?
The internal message and prose of the storyline is very strong, and the characters are well developed, with a form of redemption involved as well. I look forward to the finished project and what it will bring to the masses to enjoy publicly in the near future.
HOW WAS YOUR EXPERIENCE IN THE STUDIO?
I thoroughly enjoyed my experiences in the studio, both on the mic and with the production team that George, Brandon and Lisa provided for my time here. Much appreciated, and I look forward to potential future projects with you all as well. George and Brandon are easy to work with, I thoroughly appreciated their insight and direction of my voice to the characters, and their patience throughout this project overall.