By

Talin Vartanian

Talin Vartanian


Summary

Copywriter, content writer, photographer, and actress who enjoys being lazy through the magic of video games, Netflix, and hiking, though the latter of which requires a buried willpower.

Education

Talin went to school for mathematics, but decided to switch to an acting career halfway through. Against her parents wishes, she then moved to California to pursue this pipe dream, and is still, as some would say, "climbing through the trenches." She's also self-taught in photography, writing, and graphic design, since she believes that school is a financial sinkhole that society loves to promote.

Work History

Talin is lazy and doesn't feel like bragging about each and every employment opportunity that came her way. Rather, she'll leave you with the following, "I've written so much for companies that I'm begrudgingly sprinting toward full-blown arthritis."
amelia project
Some people love their current lifestyle, but wouldn’t it be great to start over completely? Now we’re not talking about reversing time, but rather, faking death and living a new life with a completely different identity. That’s the premise of The Amelia Project podcast, which is a dark comedy fiction story that centers around a top-secret agency. They may...
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vr virtually reality headset man
What do games like Final Fantasy, Super Mario Odyssey, and Fallout all have in common? Well, they’re all video games that are discussed in the Triple Click podcast! The show is hosted by three gaming enthusiasts, and they all love to discuss hot topics in video games, like the best quarantine games and those fun Jackbox party packs. But they also delve into...
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John Hodgman poses with baby dinosaur skeleton in a kerchief
How should a tiny box of Tic Tacs be split between two people? What’s the best way to dilute a cup of coffee (and is that even legal)? And is there even a need for paper dollar bills anymore? These are some of the questions that are answered on the Judge John Hodgman podcast, which is hosted...
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Two men wrestling
If pro-wrestling is your jam, then get ready for the hilarious and exciting Tights and Fights podcast. This pro-wrestling parody covers everything about WWE, “prestling,” and wrestling brain food. The topics are never-ending, and with over 200 episodes to choose from, you’ll probably have a tough time deciding between current wrestling news or the life of past champions. And...
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paranormal
If you’re a fan of The X-Files and creepy podcasts that delve into the supernatural realm, then you’re going to love the darkness behind the Oh No, Ross and Carrie! podcast. It tackles everything from fringe science and psychic abilities to demons and spirituality. And don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds, because Ross and Carrie are charming, relatable,...
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The Simpsons
Have you ever heard of this teeny-tiny show called The Simpsons? If so, then you’re going to love this Simpsons-adjacent podcast known as Round Springfield. Join Allie and Julia as they sit down with some of the cast and crew members behind this beloved show (and yes, that includes the voice of Lisa Simpson, staff writers, and directors)! They...
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woman in a black and red cosplay dress in a forest
Do you love fantasy role-playing games? If so, then you’re going to love the immersive experience of The End of Time & Other Bothers podcast. This improvised show takes the Dungeon World to another level as Sean (the game master) and his cast battle half-demons and explore magical waterfalls. And just for context, the game takes place...
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Canada
What does it mean to be Canadian? Well in the So…You’re Canadian with Dave Hill podcast, Dave Hill attempts to answer this question by interviewing real-life Canadians. His fascination with the country comes from his grandfather Clarence Blake, and Dave has made it his mission to learn everything he can about maple syrup, poutine, and curling. So...
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Emperor Claudius
Care to guess what the I, Podius podcast is all about? Well, for starters, it’s a recap of the BBC miniseries I, Claudius, and it features hosts Elliott Kalan and John Hodgman. The show, I, Claudius is about the Roman Empire, and it stars powerhouse actors like Patrick Stewart, George Baker, Derek Jacobi, and Patricia Quinn. The show has also...
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guitarist playing
Are you ready for a scorching record podcast that dives into jazz, dance, and funk music? If so, then you’ll love the Heat Rocks podcast, which is hosted by music experts Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes. The hosts discuss everything about music, from cultural influences and lyrics to beats and the artists behind them. It’s perfect for...
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Set your “bullseye” sights on this one because this podcast centers around the greatest living interviewers, celebrity guests, and so much more. The Bullseye with Jesse Thorn podcast dives into the mind of a creator and determines to assess the method to their madness. For example, what was it really like for Ed Helms to work on The...
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Dumbgeons & Dragons
What do you get when you mix a small group of adventurers, a few dumb decisions, and way too many battles? You get the Dumbgeons & Dragons podcast! Led by Russ More, this series centers around epic dragons, mysterious dungeons, and some very strange NPC’s. It’s the perfect D&D podcast for those who love video games, fantasy...
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Axe & Crown
Let’s give you a quick backstory before we dive into the misadventures of The Axe & Crown podcast. This is a spinoff of the Alba Salix series, which tells the story of Alba (a witch and “royal physician”), who feels overwhelmed with the number of patients she deals with on a daily basis. Though she receives some help from...
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Alien Cow Abduction
What do you think The Greatest Generation podcast is a reference to? Well, if you’re a fan of old-school TV shows, then you might have heard of this little gem called Star Trek. And with Benjamin Ahr Harrison and Adam Pranica by your side, they’ll take you on a journey through Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space...
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man watching as space ship lands
Do you love space travel, hostile planets, and dark humor? If your answer is a resounding “yes,” then you’re going to love the hilarious charm of the Civilized podcast. So here’s the basic premise of this fiction-based podcast: after a space crew crash-lands on a mysterious planet (following the brink of humanity’s extinction), they must work together...
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Boston Fenway park sign
The Greater Boston podcast is a comedy fiction work of art that puts a spotlight on the inner turmoils of the Boston metro area. It’s inspired by real events, and it utilizes a large cast of talented voice actors to bring the story to life. And speaking of the story, it follows a man named Leon Stamatis, and how...
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audrey hepburn
Fame. Fortune. Golden Oscar statues that represent your acting craft. These are some of the things that entertainers strive for in Hollywood, and today, we’re bringing you the magic of The Carlötta Beautox Chronicles podcast. This comedy-fiction work of art tells the story of Carlötta Beautox, an actress who dreams of making it big in Los Angeles....
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two african ladies smiling
Pop culture meets politics in the Maximum Fun-produced FANTI podcast, which is hosted by journalists Tre’vell Anderson and Jarrett Hill. They sit down with many guests to discuss all kinds of diversity topics, like what it means to be an Asian American and a Latin American. But the dynamic duo also loves to talk about Kevin Hart, Wakanda, gospel music,...
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Dave Ramsey once said, “You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you.” Easier said than done, right? That’s because we’re all human, and we all make mistakes when it comes to money. We buy things to make us temporarily feel good. We spend more than we save....
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Stephanie St. Clair Harlem Queen of New-York
Have you ever heard of the Harlem Renaissance? It was an artistic movement back in the 1920s, and it celebrated African American fashion, music, religion, and literature. This primarily took place in Harlem, New York, and in the Harlem Queen podcast, Yhane Smith (along with the talented cast of voice actors) tells the story of Madame Stephanie St. Clair. She’s...
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