The women of Women in Caskets are laid to rest in Austin, TX where they follow the local tradition of keeping it weird. When they’re not earning a buck somewhere, they can often be found watching, reading, and playing anything related to horror, suspense, and the things that go bump in the night.
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Actor. Producer. Idealistic Hugger. Impromptu Dance Party Thrower. Feminist. Nerd Extraordinaire.
Jen Brown is an actor, podcaster, producer, director, writer and overall nerd extraordinaire. Jen was born in California and raised in San Antonio, Texas where she grew up doing theatre. After attending the University of Oklahoma School of Drama, she moved to Austin where she co-founded and co-ran The Vestige Group theatre company. Jen later turned her attention to commercials, film, and VO and she is most known for her work on several popular Rooster Teeth series (Red Vs. Blue, RWBY, Day 5 & more) as well as for being the voice of Harley Quinn for DCUO. You can listen to her extol the virtues and occasional pitfalls of the horror genre as the co-host of the feminist horror podcast Women In Caskets on The Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network.
Webmaster. Stage Manager. Reluctant Hugger. Impromptu Dinner Party Thrower. Feminist. Nerd Extraordinaire.
Dawn Humphrey is a podcaster, critic, horror enthusiast, pop culture consumer, and a jack of many nerd activities. A life-long performer, she graduated the University of Wyoming with a degree in Theatre and Dance before moving to Austin, TX where she joined and co-ran female-fronted Vestige Group theatre company acting as production manager, accountant, stage manger, and occasional designer.
Along with Jen Brown, she founded, produces and hosts the Women In Caskets podcast (part of the Bloody Disgusting Network), examining the good, the bad and the sometimes perplexing world of horror though a feminist lens,a s well as talking with guests including Anna Biller, Dana DeLorenzo, Ethan Embry and Macon Blair. She also writes, produces and hosts the recurring side-venture of So You Don’t Have To as a part of the Women In Horror brand, bravely shining an even brighter light on some of horror’s less than successful film offerings. She has also spoken on several convention panels on various topics from religion in horror, the role of librarians in the media and why kids are so creepy.
You can also catch her occasionally live-streaming video games (twitch.tv/dawnpuppet), playing D&D, or hunting about the internet for the next podcast topic and tweeting nonsense at @dawnpuppet.
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