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Geoff and Louis

Geoff and Louis

Doctor Who: Podshock theme / promo composer and performer Geoff Smith (left) with Louis Trapani (right) at the New Media Expo in Las Vegas, NV in August 2008 attending the Coverville 500 concert.

(Thanks to photographer, Chris Marquardt who took this photo with my camera. - Louis)

Phil Collinson with Tara and TARDIS

Phil Collinson with Tara and TARDIS

Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson with Doctor Who: Podshock correspondent Tara Wheeler in front of her "time traveling" Police Box at Gallifrey 20 in February 2009. Photo by Billy Davis

Tara Wheeler

Correspondent Tara Wheeler

Tara Wheeler grew up with friends who were Trekkies. She knew there was something else out there waiting for her, but it wasn't until she was fourteen that she found it. Her first episode was 'The Five Doctors' so she likes to think that 'all of them' is her Doctor. She started knitting Doctor Who scarves the same year she discovered Doctor Who and thinks she's knitted somewhere around forty or so. She's met the actors who have played Two through Eight, plus most of their companions, writers, producers and staff.

The Two Fourth Doctors

The Two Fourth Doctors

Doctor Who: Podshock Correspondent Amy Krell (left) with Tom Baker (the 4th Doctor) (right) at his very first US convention in 1979.

Phil Collinson on Doctor Who: Podshock

Phil Collinson on Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson on Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141 recorded live on stage at Gallifrey 20 (February 15, 2009). Photo by Rachel McCauley

Doctor Who: Podshock Live at Gallifrey 20

Doctor Who: Podshock Live at Gallifrey 20

(left to right) Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson, Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton recording Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141 live on stage at Gallifrey 20 in Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 2009. Photo by Billy Davis.

Joshua Lou Friedman

Joshua Lou Friedman, West Coast Correspondent

Joshua Lou Friedman has worked in films and television since 1991. His television credits range from children’s animation (“Inspector Gadget”, “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventures”, “Sonic the Hedgehog”), to award-winning favorites such as “Heroes”, “CSI: New York”,Monk”, “Everybody Hates Chris”, “Worst Week” and “Alias”. His feature film credits include “Transformers”, “9”, “Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny”, “Cougar Club”, “Wizard of Gore”, “Big Bad Wolf”, “Midnight Meat Train” and the forthcoming “Bitch Slap”.

Billy Davis

Billy Davis, Special Correspondent

Billy Davis is the newest addition to the Doctor Who: Podshock support team joining in 2008. His title: Special Correspondant. He can be heard occasionally on the podcast reporting from the various Doctor Who conventions and events he attends around the US. Billy is a native New Yorker and a long time science fiction fan who become a Doctor Who fan in 2005 with the new series.

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