Netflix reveals voice cast for ‘Inside Job’ new adult animated series

Netflix reveals voice cast for ‘Inside Job’ new adult animated series

Netflix’s upcoming adult animated series Inside Job, from Gravity Falls’ Shion Takeuchi and Alex Hirsch, has revealed its voice cast, as indicated by they. Series regulars will include Lizzy Caplan, Christian Slater, Clark Duke, Andrew Daly, Bobby Lee, John DiMaggio, Tisha Campbell, and Brett Gelman.

For representatives of the Deep State, schemes aren’t simply theories, they’re fact. What’s more, staying quiet about them is a regular work.

Caplen will voice Reagan Ridley, depicted as Cognito Inc’s. antisocial tech genius and office weirdo who might “rather disarm a nuclear bomb than engage in small talk.” At the same time, “the world could be a better place if everyone just listened to her.” Ridley’s dad, Rand (Christian Slater), is the shamed head of Cognito Inc. who was “fired after a paranoid downward spiral” and “spends his unemployment plotting revenge, starting flame wars with Richard Dawkins, and being the worst roommate ever to his daughter.”

Clark Duke’s Brett Hand is described as a “genetically handsome” character who is a “deeply sweet, caring guy who just wants everyone to be like him.” According to the streamer, the character got the attention of the Deep State since “half-man, half-dolphin 100% conservative war hero.” The CEO of the broken work environment, J.R. Scheimpough (Andrew Daly), is a “crafty executive” described as a schmoozer who can “breeze through any ethical quandary with his signature cheerful smile.”

Bobby Lee’s Dr. Andre is “a free-spirited biochemist whose passion is experimenting with drugs, and sometimes, making them” when he isn’t “out celebrating or utilizing mind eradicating shower on his partners.” John DiMaggio will voice Glenn Dolphman, a “half-man, half-dolphin 100% traditionalist conflict legend” who is in charge of Cognito’s arsenal. Dolphman apparently “loves America so much he willingly had his DNA spliced with a dolphin in an unwarranted military experiment.”

Balancing the team, Gigi (Tisha Campbell) is the team’s “fast-talking Head of Media Manipulation and Subliminal Messages and office gossip queen,” while Magic Myc (Brett Gelman) can take advantage of individuals’ brains “being a psychic subterranean mushroom creature from a hive mind deep within Hollow Earth.”

Inside Job follows these characters at the workplace, which includes “committing the world’s conspiracies, from convoluted coverups to secret societies to masked orgy etiquette.” The synopsis adds: “Reagan thinks she can make a difference, if only she could manage her unhinged, manifesto-writing father, her irresponsible coworkers, and finally snag the promotion she’s been dreaming about.”

The new series comes from maker and showrunner Takeuchi, with Inside Job becoming the first project under her deal with Netflix, and executive producer Hirsch.

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