Pete Papageorge is a Songwriter, Musician, Singer, Producer, BMI-affiliated writer/publisher of Once in a Lifetime Music (BMI), as well as an Actor and Voiceover performer. For over thirty years, he was the “musician-in-residence” at Kelly’s Irish Times restaurant located near Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Previously, he played in bands, notably with DC legends, folksinger, Donal Leace, and R&B icon, “Big” Al Downing. He’s been a member of SAG-AFTRA since 1999 having been in over two dozen Film & TV projects, including Head of State, A Dirty Shame, House of Cards, VEEP, The District, and most recently, the 2018 NYT Critic’s Pick, Sollers Point. His voiceover clients include the US Army, CIA, DIA, GMMB, American Red Cross, as well as Bethesda Software, having voiced twenty-two characters for the 2008 GDC Game of the Year, FALLOUT 3. In 2010, he won the Classic Peer Gold award for his “I Am the Guard” voiceover spot for the National Guard. He’s had songs chart on Cash Box and played on The Weather Channel. You can hear his music on Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, YouTube, and at his website, www.petepapageorge.com. Before the pandemic, he became a volunteer musician with “Musicians on Call,” an organization through which musicians play at bedsides of patients in area hospitals. Thus far, he has very much enjoyed having recurring roles in “The Quorum,” his first radio project with the Jabberwocky Audio Theater, and in which he was fortunate to have placed two songs.