Days of Our Lives actor Eric Martsolf is trying something different.
With the popularity of podcasts, more fiction narrative podcasts coming to fruition as another outlet to tell stories. In Ride Share from Digital Sky, the audio/video hybrid podcast uses dynamic storytelling and high-quality design that captivates audiences with fictional podcasts with visual elements. Each episode features its unique visual element in the form of graphic novel animations performed by Hollywood talent.
In today’s launch of Ride Share, LRM Online exclusively spoke with Eric Martsolf about his participation in the series.
Ride Share follows the weekly adventures of enigmatic con-man, Keith, a dangerous stranger capable of anything. As Keith uses a Ride Share app to find his next mark, his journey takes him from car to car, meeting interesting characters along the way.
The first season was a straight-up podcast series. Today’s premiere from Digital Sky will be the second season of Ride Share that blends the audio and visual elements.
In season two, it also features the voice of Britt Baron, the star of Netflix’s GLOW, and voiced in Final Fantasy 7: Remake. Some of the characters from season one will also make their reprisals in this season.
To tune in the narrative podcast series, follow Digital Sky on Apple Podcasts by clicking here. For the audio/visual presentation of Digital Sky, follow the series on YouTube by clicking here.
Martsolf is best known for his various roles in the NBC daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives. Between Days of Our Lives and Passions, he clocked over 3,500 episodes of television in his career. In 2014, he was the first actor to win an Emmy in the Best Supporting Actor category for Days of Our Lives. His other television credits expanded to appearances in shows, including Extant, NCIS, and Rizzoli & Isles. In the comic world, he appeared as a Justice League member Booster Gold in CW’s Smallville.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive