Ep. 136 – Amina Koroma

Shaking the dust off the microphone, making some tea, then putting it right into the harbor.

Amina Koroma may not be a household name on this side of the Atlantic yet, but in a few short years she’s managed to pick up a few juicy roles over in the Land Of Radio Dramas aka England. From her work as Amy in The Secret of St. Kilda and Alyssa in Jackie The Ripper to her narration on Flowers For The Sea and Hyena Woman, Amina is just now getting into the interactive side of the world with Octoninja Hachimaru and maybe something on the animated side soon? We don’t know because she won’t tell us. And I thought we were friends.

Amina talks about her transition from architecture to voice work, why the typical actor’s cope of drinking doesn’t work for her, and how there are more than three accents in the UK, believe it or not. She also gives us a lesson in RP and answers a question from Bill Lobely about dream roles.

Opening Song – St Kilda Theme by Shane Rutherfoord-Jones
Closing Song – Bebop Rocksteady (Demo) by The Prizefighters

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