Our interview with actress/writer/producer/director/singer/dancer Megan MacPhee is now up on our YouTube channel!

You can listen to the interview below:

Join host Ruari in this special guest interview with actress/writer/producer/director/singer/dancer Megan MacPhee, best known for playing Emma aka Ghost Gal, Ghost Gal’s AI, a News Reporter and some of Akira Zaizen’s Assistants in Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, Julie in Fully Engaged, Melissa in (Un)Balanced: A Web Series, Vanessa and Leslie in I Killed My BFF, Stacy in CollegeHumor Originals and Dream Date in Sensitive: A Web Series. Megan’s behind the scenes credits include a writer and producer on (Un)Balanced: A Web Series, first assistant director on City Boyz and a director on Theatre School Dropouts and Bff. In the interview they talk about how Megan got into acting, how Megan was originally cast as Emma aka Ghost Gal in Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, whether Megan was a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! or aware of its popularity prior to her casting, what Megan was told about the character of Emma when she went in to record her first episode, the process for Megan coming up with Emma’s voice, whether Megan was given a lot of freedom coming up with Emma’s voice or whether the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS crew already had an idea of how they wanted her to be voiced, Megan’s experience playing Emma, the similarities that Megan sees between herself and Emma, Megan’s favourite memories from her time working on Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, the biggest challenges that Megan has faced while working on Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, Megan’s experience working with the crew of Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, the scenes Megan most enjoyed recording for Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, the role that Megan considers to have been the most challenging in her career so far and Megan’s upcoming acting roles and other projects.

Be sure to leave your feedback on the interview and enjoy!

By Ruari Williamson

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