Dungeons and Daddies is a non-BDSM D&D podcast that started in January 2019. While tooling around in a rental car in Phoenix and ruminating on the fundamental nature of dads on Father's Day the previous year, Anthony and Freddie realized that a lot of D&D archetypes line up neatly with dad archetypes.
With that incredibly loose framework in mind (i.e. dad classes = D&D classes), the podcast was born!
Anthony Burch is a writer for video games (Borderlands 2, League of Legends), comics (Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack, Rocko's Modern Afterlife), and webseries and television (Hey Ash Whatcha Playin', RocketJump: The Show). His work has been called "on par with the best of the industry" (GameInformer), "worth taking a look at," (ComicBook.com), and "I'm writing you out of my will" (David Burch). Anthony is the DM.
Matt Arnold is an award-winning writer and director and co-founder of RocketJump, whose work includes Video Game High School, RocketJump: The Show, and Dimension 404. Matt plays Darryl Wilson.
Will Campos is a television and feature film writer whose credits include the award-winning Video Game High School, RocketJump: The Show, and Dimension 404 (Hulu / Lionsgate). Will plays Henry Oak.
Beth May is a writer and actor. Listed as one of Phoenix New Times' Top 100 Creatives in 2015 and a finalist for its Big Brain Award for her play Earthlings, her works include a spoken word album (The Family Arsonist), and a short story collection (Apocalips). Beth plays Ron Stampler.
Freddie Wong is the co-founder of RocketJump and co-creator of the RocketJump YouTube channel. His video work has garnered over 8 million subscribers and has been viewed over 1 billion times. He was one of Forbes' 30 under 30 in 2015 and was the Webby Film & Video Person of the Year in 2014. Freddie plays Glenn Close and mixes and edits the podcast.
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