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Third Eye

By: Felicia Day
Narrated by: Sean Astin,Felicia Day,Neil Gaiman,LilyPichu,London Hughes,Wil Wheaton,full cast
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Get ready for a hilarious fantasy adventure crafted by master storyteller Felicia Day. This epic and captivating audio experience is performed by an incredible ensemble cast including Felicia herself, Wil Wheaton, Sean Astin, LilyPichu, London Hughes, and the incomparable Neil Gaiman as The Narrator.

Once upon a time, in the magical land of San Francisco, there lived a not-so-ordinary girl named Laurel Pettigrew. She was supposed to be the Chosen One. The plan was simple: She would vanquish the great evil Tybus in an epic battle. But destiny had other ideas, and Laurel's performance in the whole heroics department was a colossal flop.

Now, instead of being a legendary hero, Laurel's the resident pariah of the magic realm. And what’s worse, the dark wizard Tybus swooped in, took over the realm, and forced all supernatural creatures to live under his tyrannical rule. He’s even stripped away the magical powers of those who refused to join his wicked cause. Yeah, everyone hates her. Well, everyone except her two roomies—Sybil, the sassiest diva of a fairy, who could throw shade with the flick of a wing. And Frank, the vampire who rocks a bald spot and a serious paunch. They are the real MVPs, the ride-or-die buddies who have her back, no matter how many colossal fails she racks up.

And it’s all about to get even weirder. Along comes Kate, a Normie who somehow knows more about Laurel than Laurel knows about herself. Turns out, she's got some secrets up her sleeve that might just give Laurel a shot at redemption and a chance to rewrite her destiny.

Third Eye is a side-splitting adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Laurel and her ragtag team of misfits must embark on a wild journey to take down Tybus. It's a treacherous path, but they'll have to put their differences aside and work together. Get ready to laugh, gasp, and cheer as they stumble their way toward an epic showdown.

The full cast includes Felicia Day, Neil Gaiman, Christopher Judge, Carolyn Seymour, Laraine Newman, Wil Wheaton, Danny Pudi, Sean Astin, LilyPichu, London Hughes, Alan Tudyk, Nyima Funk, Hudson Yang, Amir Talai, Sean Giambrone, Jade Hykush, Janet Varney, Lila Sage Bromley, Amy Okuda, Phil LaMarr, Steve Agee, Kate Miccuci, Jeff Lewis, Troy Baker, Harvey Guillen, Weird Al Yankovic, Kristian Nairn, and Jonah Ray Rodrigues.

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About the Creator and Performer - Felicia Day

About the Creator and Performer

Felicia Day is an actress who has appeared in numerous television shows and films. She starred in Eureka, the CW show Supernatural, and the SyFy series The Magicians. She is currently starring in her third season in the cult classic Mystery Science Theatre: 3000. Felicia also does extensive voiceover work in animation and video games.
However, Felicia is best known for her work in the web video world, behind and in front of the camera. She co-starred with Neil Patrick Harris in the Internet musical Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, which won an Emmy. She created and starred in the seminal web series The Guild (PGA nominated for Best Web Series), which ran for six seasons. The Guild won numerous awards for digital video excellence. Recently, costume and props from the show were added to the Smithsonian American History collection. She also founded a digital brand and production company called Geek and Sundry, which subsequently sold to Legendary Entertainment.
Felicia currently works as an actor, writer, streamer, and host. She hosts the official companion podcast for Amazon’s Rings of Power show, and conducts interviews with the casts of Netflix series such as Stranger Things and The Witcher for the Unlocked series.
Felicia has written two New York Times bestselling books, You’re Never Weird On the Internet and Embrace Your Weird, and has over 6 million followers across social platforms.

About the Performer

Neil Gaiman is an award-winning author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, and picture books. His works include Neverwhere, Stardust, Anansi Boys, American Gods, and The Graveyard Book, which received the Newbery and Carnegie (UK) Medals for Most Prestigious Contribution to Children’s Literature. Many of Gaiman’s works have been adapted for television, film, and the theater, including his bestselling graphic novel series, The Sandman, which will return for a much-anticipated season 2 next year, his novel Good Omens (written with Terry Pratchett), also returning for season 2, and the film version of his novel Coraline, which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Picture. The audio adaptations of his books (most of which are read by Gaiman) have won numerous Audie Awards, including two for Best Narration by the Author. Gaiman has been a Professor in the Arts at Bard College since 2014 and is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee agency.

About the Performer

Wil Wheaton loves to tell stories. He’s been doing it his whole life.
By age ten, he had already been acting for three years. In 1986, at age 12, he earned critical acclaim as Gordie Lachance in Rob Reiner’s Stand By Me; at 14, he began his four-year turn as Wesley Crusher on the hit TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, which led to his portrayal of a fictionalized version of himself on CBS’s The Big Bang Theory.
He currently hosts The Ready Room, the official online hub for all things Star Trek Universe.
An accomplished voice actor, Wil has lent his talents to animated series, including Family Guy, Teen Titans, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold. His video game credits include four installments each of the Grand Theft Auto and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series, as well as Fallout: New Vegas, DC Universe Online, Broken Age, and I Expect You To Die 2.
His audiobook narration of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list and was one of Goodreads’ 10 Best Narrator and Audiobook Pairings of All Time. He has also lent his voice to titles by John Scalzi, Randall Monroe, Joe Hill, and Bill Gates. Wil’s narrations regularly appear on Audible’s bestseller list.
He has contributed columns to, The A.V. Club, The Wall Street Journal, LA Weekly, Playboy, The Washington Post, and the Suicide Girls Newswire.
In his New York Times bestselling Still Just a Geek, an older, somewhat wiser Wil revisited 2004’s Just a Geek with all-new reflections that show just how far he’s come. In this vulnerable, honest memoir about trying and failing and trying again, Wil opens up about love, trauma, tragedy, and confronting the worst parts of himself. Equal parts funny and poignant, Still Just a Geek weighs the folly of youth against the pain of experience—and celebrates all the strange, awful, beautiful adventures in between.
In recent years, Wil has opened up about his CPTSD from surviving childhood abuser and exploitation. He has earned recognition as an outspoken mental health advocate, chronicling his own journey in his blog and as a public speaker for NAMI. His powerful, candid essay about his struggle with chronic depression and anxiety garnered national attention.
Though he keeps trying to retire from on-camera acting, his cameo as The Traveler in Star Trek: Picard’s second season delighted fans, sparking speculation about his character making appearances elsewhere in the Star Trek Universe. Wil was a finalist in the 2023 Celebrity Jeopardy Tournament, where he won 250,000 dollars for the National Women’s Law Center.
Wil lives in Los Angeles with his badass, irrepressible wife Anne, their rescued dog and cat, and five arcade cabinets.

About the Performer

Sean Astin is an actor and director best known for his film and television roles such as Bob Newby, a former high school friend and love interest to Winona Ryder’s character, Joyce Byers, in season 2 of Netflix’s horror thriller Stranger Things. Astin, of course, is also known for his classic and beloved characters: Sam in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Mikey in the popular classic The Goonies.
Astin starred as Ed in Netflix’s family sitcom No Good Nick and guest starred in Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Big Bang Theory. Astin joined the cast of NBC’s Young Rock as Dwayne Johnson’s childhood nemesis. Astin played Sunny Gryce in season 2 of HBO’s Perry Mason as a new client of Perry and Della’s. Astin has also been cast as Becky’s love interest in season 5 of ABC’s The Conners.
Recent films include Astin’s powerful performance as Jeremy in Julianne Moore’s film Gloria Bell, and include Hero Mode opposite Mira Sorvino; Charming the Hearts of Men opposite Kelsey Grammer; Adverse and Rose Island. He voiced Shazam in Lego DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters.
Astin is no stranger to thrillers, with dramatic turns in numerous television, film, and series. He was featured in Guillermo Del Toro’s The Strain on FX and the fifth season of 24 on Fox.
Recently, Astin narrated and produced Playing With Power: The Nintendo Story. In 2019, Astin reprised his iconic role of Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger as Colonel Sanders in KFC's 'Rudy II' commercial ads.
Astin directed and produced the short film Kangaroo Court, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Live Action Short Film. Astin also directed and produced the live-action short film The Long and Short of It, an official entry in the Sundance Film Festival. Astin has journeyed into episodic television, directing episodes of Angel (WB) and Jeremiah (Showtime).
The veteran actor recently narrated Dreamworks’ original series Captain Underpants and has voiced many animated characters in films and television, including Raphael in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Nickelodeon), plus characters in Bunnicula (WB), Justice League (WB), Special Agent Oso (Disney), Micronauts (Paramount), and Minecraft: Story Mode (Telltale).
Astin is an avid long-distance runner and triathlete. He completed the IRONMAN World Championship Triathlon in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, on October 10, 2015. He has also completed 12 full marathons, including the 2016 New York City Marathon in honor of his late mother, Patty Duke, for her life's work as an advocate for mental health.

About the Performer

LilyPichu is an eclectic streamer with interests in gaming, art and voice-over work. She has voice credits on Genshin Impact, Riot Games, Belle, and Cookie Run: Kingdom. LilyPichu is seen drawing on stream, making music on her piano, and playing group games with her friends... often in a warm and inviting environment inspiring her slogan "stay comfy". She is a part of OfflineTV, where she lives and creates content with other top streamers and has aspirations in voice-over work. LilyPichu was the face of a 5GUM commercial promoting the Avengers and made headlines when she moved from Twitch to YouTube gaming, where she exclusively streams. Lilypichu had her first concert debut in 2022, which sold out in 6 minutes, to promote her single Dreamy Night. Now averaging over 400,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, she has big ambitions in furthering her music career and voice-over works.

About the Performer

London Hughes is the first British Black woman to be nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Best Show Award for her 2019 show, To Catch a D-ck which was released on Netflix as her debut comedy special. Executive produced by Kevin Hart, To Catch a D-ck, recounts London’s adventures in dating and premiered globally on Netflix December 22, 2020.
London also hosted The Netflix Afterparty, a first-of-its-kind weekly comedy after-show, alongside Fortune Feimster and David Spade.
In 2020, London was awarded the Royal Television Society Award for Best Entertainment Performance for her impressive work on ITV2’s hip-hop comedy quiz show Don’t Hate The Playaz, and in 2009, London received the prestigious Funny Women Award at the London Comedy Store.
London has appeared in the BBC/Amazon award-winning and critically acclaimed series Fleabag as well as The Stand-Up Sketch Show on ITV2.
London also created, wrote, and starred in her own YouTube comedy series, No Filter, which featured some of London’s brightest new talent. In addition, she has hosted Channel 5’s Extreme Hair Wars and appeared on BBC2’s satirical panel show Mock the Week. Her dating podcast London, Actually is available now on Spotify.
Originally from Croydon, South London, she is currently based in Los Angeles.

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