Voice Artists of
IGGY POP (As Himself)
We are delighted to welcome the legendary badass rockstar Iggy Pop to the cast of Squirrel Mountain. Iggy started his band The Stooges in Ann Arbor Michigan in 1969 and soon gained a reputation as one of the wildest frontmen in rock. He is the sole survivor of the so called ‘Holy Trinity’ comprising of himself, David Bowie and Lou Reed. Iggy continues to thrill fans around the world with his band and also hosts one of the best and most eclectic music shows on BBC 6 Music which has an enormous global following. As an actor he has appeared in numerous art house movies and his music has graced many soundtracks.
Iggy will be playing himself in our all new adventure ‘Iggy To The Rescue’!
Stefan Ashton Frank (Narrator)
Stefan's speaking voice is on TV on most continents daily, on cartoons, games, documentaries, over a 1000 TV promos, film trailers, and commercials. He has voiced dozens of Promax gold awards and won a bunch of others and has been singing, gigging, recording and songwriting, with everybody from Boy George to George Clinton, The Prodigy to Thomas the Tank engine.
Stefan voiced the parts of Mr.Robinson and 20 others, on the Emmy and Multi Bafta award-winning; The Amazing World of Gumball for Cartoon network.
JC 001 / Jonathan Pandy (Poshcat)
JC is an Anglo Indian rapper/poet and beatboxer from Ladbroke Grove, London.
He is the former Guinness World Record holder for 'fastest rapper in the world' and vocalist for 20 years with French Lyonnaise band 'Le Peuple De L'Herbe'. He has also worked with George Clinton, Nitin Sawnhey, and Dave Stewart.
JC is currently studying Community Development and Youth Work at Ruskin college, Oxford and building a voiceover studio. He has two year old twin boys.
Anthony Barclay (Ronnie Chicken)
Born in Manchester, England, Anthony can be seen in the new Netflix series 'The Irregulars' and 'Domina', a 10 part series from Sky Studios set in Ancient Rome. He has worked with Sam Mendes, Steven Berkoff, Pete Townshend, Ted Hughes and Stephen Sondheim amongst many others. Squirrel Mountain marks Anthony's first role playing a chicken.
Kevin Armstrong (Reggie Chicken)
Revisiting his role as intellectually challenged chicken Reggie, Kevin has added to his impressive list of acting credits such as, ‘third guy from the left in an early Toni Basil TV appearance’, and ‘out of tune guitarist in a spandex onesie standing next to Roy Orbison’.
Johnny Daukes (The Evil Egg)
Johnny is something of an all rounder. As lead singer of Fin, he led one of the most inventive bands of the 1990s, and still records under his own name. A noted movie soundtrack composer, director and writer for TV and cinema, he is a popular voice over artist and literally does his own stunts. (Thanks to David Quantick)
Philippa Pilkington (Fairy Frosty Flakes)
Philippa has been involved in acting since a young age and appeared in a number of productions alongside her day job as an Executive PA at a top London firm. More recently she qualified as a yoga teacher, is a life coach and runs a wellness website focussing on physical and mental wellbeing.
Baylee Frank (Stanley)
Baylee has been doing cartoons and voice-overs since she was 6. She is now a music scholar at the Brit school. She has just voiced a princess superhero for a video game and has done both seasons of Zack n Quack on Nickelodeon plus many TV ads from Barbie to Yoplait. Baylee is also a very talented singer and songwriter.
Fox Campion Armstrong (Rocket)
Fox helped to create the first version of Squirrel Mountain with Angelica. Fox is a music scholar and is studying music production, IT and criminology at college. He assists his dad Kevin in the recording studio and occasionally at Iggy Pop concerts, filming and as assistant to Kevin’s guitar tech. During the pandemic Fox has been making and editing short videos and building websites, including this one.
Angelica Campion (Mom)
Before Angelica’s big break casting herself in Squirrel Mountain, she previously appeared as Laurence Fishburne in 'The Pootrix' and as Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Terminator the Musical'.