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Anna Lore

Voice Actor on The Bright Sessions
Anna Lore is an actor, writer and comedian living and working in Los Angeles. She's played many roles on and off screen, but a few of her favorites have been Cindy on MTV's Faking It, Brie in The Friendless Five, and Stanley the Waiter in her 7th grade production of Hello Dolly. Anna can be seen in commercials ranging from Toyota to Taco Bell, for about enough time for you to wonder if that was her. She uses her voice loudly and often, and has enjoyed using it to portray Chloe in The Bright Sessions. She likes sunshine, donuts, small animals, and baby humans and is excited to be a part of this project.

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The AM Archives Trailer 2
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The Bright Sessions
Catch up with The AM Archives, a new series in the universe of The Bright Sessions. Listen only on Luminary - go to luminary.link/archives for a free 30-day trial. 
The AM Archives - Episode 2, The Electric Man
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The Bright Sessions
Lockdown. Go to luminary.link/archives for the full season. 
The AM Archives - Episode 1, For People Like You
Episode of
The Bright Sessions
Agent Jackson Crawford’s first day at a new job doesn’t go as planned.luminary.link/archives
Guest Episode - Anthem
Episode of
The Bright Sessions
From the creator of Hedwig & the Angry Inch comes the story of broke, failed artist Ceann Mackay (John Cameron Mitchell) as he launches an app-based “tumor telethon” to crowdfund his survival. Cynthia Erivo, Glenn Close, Nakhane and Patti Lupone co-star in a darkly hilarious musical retelling of Ceann's life as he realizes what’s killing him may be the very thing that saves us all. To learn more, visit luminarypodcasts.com.
Trailer - The AM Archives
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The Bright Sessions
A new series, only on Luminary. Coming April 23rd. luminarypodcasts.com
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Location
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Episode Count
87
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
1 day, 6 hours