Good Ghost

Gus is a ghost, and he is stuck here on Earth. What is going to do?
If you were a ghost stuck on Earth, how would you spend your time? Helping those you loved? Seeking revenge on the guy that killed you?

Written by: Wyllis Cooper
Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (

Mark McClain Wilson - Gus
Matthew Henerson - Schuster
Chanda Wallace - Ada
Rajiv Shah - Rollo

Quiet Please Theme & Other Music licensed through Soundstripe
Written By: Stephen Keech
Performed By: Third Age

"Never Say Never"
Written By: Dean Palya
Performed By: AFTERNOONZ

"Don't Want That Mess"
Written By: Dustin Ransom
Performed By: Cast of Characters

Written By: Roy Mitchell
Performed By: Hola Hola

"Sleep Strings"
Written & Performed By: Lincoln Davis

"Midsomer Nights"
Written By: Adrian Dominic Walther
Performed By: Moments

Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
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Creators and Guests

Chanda Wallace
Chanda Wallace
Chanda Rae is a native of Richmond, Virginia. She spent time on television and stage along with modeling and working in radio as an on air personality. She graduated with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University, and studied under Ernie Mclintock, founder of Harlem’s Afro-American Studio for Acting and Speech, before landing in Los Angeles, where she has worked on a number voice over projects, and film projects. With more in development, you’ll be seeing more of her in the near future.
Mark McClain Wilson
Mark McClain Wilson
Mark McClain Wilson has been performing extensively as a screen and voice over actor for over 20 years. His voice over work includes numerous credits in podcast series, dubbing, animation, commercial, and audiobooks. He is thrilled to be a part of the Quiet Please team
Matthew Henerson
Matthew Henerson
Matthew Henerson is an award winning actor and director. He has appeared at the Ahmanson, A Noise Within, the Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Rep., ACT, the La Jolla Playhouse, Deaf West, and at Shakespeare Festivals in Arizona, Colorado, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Utah. Film and television: "The Bernie Mac Show," "Hung," "The Fosters," "One Day at a Time," "A Christmas Carol" (dir. Robert Zemeckis,) "Mars Needs Moms," and "The Jungle Book," (dir. John Favreau.)
Rajiv Shah
Rajiv Shah
Rajiv Shah is a multifaceted talent who splits time between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. Rajiv brings a soul, gravity and fresh perspective to his work; whether that be through acting, writing or filmmaking.
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