Cast

Alphabetical by character name

BARRY THE PEASANT
Nick May

Nick May was born in 1901 with Benjamin Button’s Disease. He is currently living out the golden years of his life, spending most of his time writing and carving cabbage helmets. Though he is first a writer, Nick’s friend Josh saw the potential in his elastic face and uncanny ability to produce a double chin and thought he would be perfect for the role of Barry.


BASTION THE BARBARIAN
Sam Smith

When not honing weapons in his forge or attending Ren Faires, Sam Smith fills his time working in a research laboratory, exploring far-away continents, wreaking havoc in 40k (Space Wolves!), or building PCs. He wants to thank Josh, David and Matt for all their blood, sweat and tears and for giving his armory a chance to see daylight.


BENEDICT THE COOK
Harrison Chambers

Harrison Chambers is a jack of all trades in production. He is currently the Technical Director for the Los Angeles High School of the Arts, and freelances as a production designer, carpenter, painter, grip, sculptor, board op, actor, stage manager, writer, other Harry work, etc. After ten years on stage, from children’s theatre to musical theatre degree, he joined the dark side of tech. Before moving west he was the deck chief for the Leslie Stephen Wright Fine Arts Center, where he is most famous for the sultry house announcement. Webcamelot is Harrison’s first work in front of the camera… He apologizes.


COLETTE THE DAMSEL
Kayla May

Kayla May is an experienced stage actress who resides in Pensacola, FL. She is thankful to have been a part of WebCamelot, which has led her to being cast in her second web-series, currently in production. Kayla’s two aspirations in life are to one day be funnier than her husband (see Nick May) and to find out that she actually has royal blood.


DIGORY THE SQUIRE
Matthew Sanford

Matthew Sanford has performed many shows on many different stages, but this is his debut on the small screen. He has lived in Birmingham for over 6 years now, and currently makes a living serving coffee. He is ecstatic to be a part of WebCamelot, and he hopes you enjoy the goofy antics of Digory the Squire and the rest of King Arthur’s Court.


FRANCIS THE PRIEST
Harrison Chambers

See Benedict the Cook.


GEOFFREY THE TROLL
Ford Seeuws

At the age of 4, Ford Seeuws experienced life overseas for the first time when his family took a trip to Belize, Central America. The experience changed him forever and planted the seeds for a desire to live overseas. It was sometime later that Ford developed a love of film, and ever since he has enjoyed learning as much as he can about the different parts of visual storytelling. Today he lives with his family in Delhi running a web video business, which focuses on two of his passions: cross cultural communication and motion pictures.


HAROLD THE HERALD
Douglas O’Neil, Jr.

Douglas O’Neil, Jr. holds a degree in Theatre with a concentration in Performance from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and has been performing in community and professional theatres around Birmingham for over 15 years.  In addition to plays and short films, Douglas is often seen performing improv with the Extemporaneous Theatre Company, a professional troupe he founded in 2008 that is now the performance arm of ETC Productions, an Alabama Non Profit Corporation, where Douglas serves as President and Chairman of the Board.  Douglas also serves on the Board of Directors for Theatre Downtown in Birmingham.  In his spare time, Douglas enjoys having a full time day job and teaching the art of improvisation at Samford University’s Academy of the Arts.


MANSFIELD THE THESPIAN
Rich Mansfield

While others dreamed of growing up to be an astronaut or policeman or cowboy, Rich was diligently working on the nuances of a perfect Buddy Hackett impression for his inevitable Johnny Carson appearance. Well, Johnny retired, Buddy went out of fashion and Rich has settled for being an unfamous itinerant actor for hire doing crazy make-em-ups for anyone with a camera or stage.


ROB THE OUTLAW
Tim Childers

Tim Childers was born in the ice of North Dakota, reared in the sticks of Alabama, and currently lives in the crack of Los Angeles, California. His flatulence scene took 50 takes because he is a true gentleman and such crude behavior is foreign to him. All his other scenes were shot in one glorious take. He enjoys silent judgment as a form of entertainment and he detests writing bios.


STAN THE MINSTREL
Jonathan Wade

Jonathan Wade hails from Birmingham, Alabama and since filming this series has a profound understanding of why women wear tights. This newfound fashion will hopefully launch his career in voice overs, acting, as well as the occasional lute playing.


SYBIL THE SEER
Sara Glassman

Sara Glassman is an actress, artist, and maker of annoying noises. This is her first film role. The sound crew has asked her not to take another.


TENNYSON THE HUNCHBACK
John McGinnis

John McGinnis lives in Birmingham, AL, where he is the most blessed among men. He is not typically a level-headed, no-nonsense, problem solver in real life, so the role of Tennyson represents some of his finest acting work so far! “Isolde!”


ULRIC THE EXECUTIONER
Ben Barlow


WIGLAF THE FOOL
Kristyn Armour Martz

Kristyn Armour Martz knows jack about reading from a script, so she spends a lot of her time performing improvised comedy with West of Shake Rag, a troupe based in Tupelo, MS (which, conveniently, is where she lives). While she currently works printing T-Shirts, she dreams of being a crazy cat lady and making dinosaur toys. When she’s not talking to her cats and/or doing improv, she enjoys playing MMOs, Pathfinder, and handbells.


ADDITIONAL CAST

HERB THE HERBALIST
Rich Mansfield

YATES THE NIGHTINGALE
Brian Powell

ROWDY TOURNAMENT FAN
Jacob Mayhew

L.J.
Ben Barlow

MERRY MEN
Ben Halbrooks
Lee Murphy
Josh Crute

LADIES-IN-WAITING
Devon Rice
Kathryn Ormsbee

GUARDS
David Rice
Josh Crute

VOICE EXTRAS
Jacob Mayhew
Ben Barlow
Claire Guest
Jennifer Hartman Strickland
Anne Rebecca Donaldson
Davis Cleckly Dolan
David Kilgo
Carlos Patrick Reid

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