Jaimie Kelton is an award-winning actor, voiceover artist, podcast host and author.
She is co-author of the book based on her podcast, If These Ovaries Could Talk, The Thing's We've Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family.
She is a Helen Hayes and SOVAS Award winner whose voice can be heard as Bo Peep in Syfy Network's, Happy!, as well as on many hit cartoons. She lives with her wife and children in Manhattan.
Co-host Season 10
E~is a gender non-conforming NJ business owner, bradshawcreativeservices.com, where they coach & train students of all ages in the creative and performing arts.
E~ is a theater professional, public speaker, parent, and spouse. They have more than 50 television and commercial credits. Check them out on IMDB. E’s~ stage credits include, but aren’t limited to, Hartford Stage, NYTW, Signature Theater NYC, Actors Theater of Louisville, City Theater, and Milwaukee Rep. E~ wrote and performed their solo show White America Hero in New York and New Jersey locations.
Bits of My Soul is their first book of poetry, and Speaking Fearlessly - is a public speaking ebook. E~ is also a public servant who serves as a YMCA Board member and District leader in their community.
Finally, E~ has been burning up these TikTok streets with compelling and thought-provoking content. Find them @bradshawcreativeservices.
Co-creator/co-host seasons 1–9
Robin Hopkins is a published writer, actress, podcast host, and former stand-up comedian.
She’s written for the NY Times, Mother Mag, Huff Post, and Medium, and is the co-author of the award-winning book If These Ovaries Could Talk: The Things We’ve Learned About Making an LGBTQ Family, about which Amy Schumer said, “I f*cking love this book.” That book is an offshoot of a popular podcast Robin co-hosted which garnered a million downloads with notable guests like Rosie O’Donnell, Michelle Buteau, and Judy Gold.
Currently, Robin produces and hosts two podcasts; "Well…Adjusting" which is a comedic, self-help chat show where Robin shares "lessons from her crappy childhood." She also hosts a new Headspace original podcast about mindfulness called "Dear Headspace."