Life in New York City is hard for the younger generation. It’s even harder as an artist trying to be someone in the big city.
Colton Ryan and Sean Teale star in Apple TV+’s Little Voice, a musical drama about a young woman navigating as a struggling musical artist through bars, nightclubs, and even recordings. As a struggling artist, she needs a strong support group through the ups and downs of her life. She found her support with Samuel (Ryan), her guitarist and vocalist, and Ethan (Teale), a friend and neighbor. Things do get complicated as she falls in love with both in a complex love triangle.
The series star Brittany O’Grady as Bess, the uniquely talented performer, is trying to fulfill her dreams through rejections, love, and even family issues. Original music is provided by Grammy and Tony Award nominee Sara Bareilles, with Jessie Nelson as the showrunner. J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions produced the project.
Colton Ryan has appeared in a few television shows, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Homeland, and The Americans. He has performed in a few independent films such as Uncle Frank, The Social Ones, and Adam.
Sean Teale was most notable in the recent Fox television show The Gifted, as the mutant Eclipse/Marcos Diaz. He has appeared in several fan-favorite television shows such as CW’s Reign, BBC’s Skins, and Syfy’s Incorporated. He even lends his voice as King Alfor in Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender.
LRM Online sat down for a video conference call with Colton Ryan and Sean Teale. We discussed the attraction of working on an extraordinary project like this.
Little Voice will be streaming tomorrow on Apple TV+.
Check out the exclusive interview and let us know if you are going to check out this adorable show.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Apple TV+