If you’re an American millennial who grew up watching the Disney Channel, chances are you’ve seen Christy Carlson Romano star in any number of programs. Whether you recognize her voice from the animated Kim Possible series or as Ren Stevens on Even Stevens, it would appear she had a “storybook career.” On Team Possible LLC’s “Vulnerable with Christy Carlson Romano,” Christy shares truths, triumphs, and failures from her career path. In episodes, tune in for deep-diving chats with guests, friends, and celebrities navigating life’s ups and downs.
Start the series in any order, with new episodes released on Tuesdays. So far, the conversations last 45 minutes on average. Video versions of podcast episodes are posted to Christy’s YouTube channel and snippets are uploaded to TikTok.
On episode 1, Christy spoke with her dear friend and former co-star Will Friedle. They both voice-acted on Kim Possible. Will shared how he cut his teeth acting in NYC as a kid, and that he was not the first Eric Matthews on Boy Meets World. He also talked about dealing with anxiety, panic attacks, and orchestrating his lifestyle to cope. He loves the voice acting world and opened up about other gigs he’s done in recent years. Listen all the way through for a special announcement from Christy.
Christy’s husband Brendan Rooney will join every episode, and they will share personal stories. Future guests include Emily Calandrelli, Hana Giraldo, Jonathan Lipnicki, and more. They’ll also explore what it means to be vulnerable.
Christy has another podcast in the works called “I Hear Voices.” Christy and Will Friedle are joined by guests who have lended their voices to animated programs, anime, video games, and more. “I Hear Voices” features hilarious conversations appropriate for all ages. Hear playful segments where actors create character voices off-the-cuff (sometimes inspired by audience-submitted drawings) on podcast episodes.
Tune in weekly for new episodes of “Vulnerable with Christy Carlson Romano” wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.