Jeffrey Cranor is co-writer of Welcome to Night Vale, as well as being the voice of Carlos The Scientist up to December 2013, when Dylan Marron took over the role. Cranor often writes and directs for stage, collaborating with choreographer (and wife) Jillian Sweeney. He is involved in several theatres in NYC, including Vulture-Wally at Incubator Arts Project, This Could Be It at The Chocolate Factory, and the on-going show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind by the New York Neo-Futurists. He has a Twitter and a Tumblr.
Joseph Fink co-founded Commonplace Books and created Welcome to Night Vale. He is a writer and an editor, putting together several publications such as What It Means To Be A Grown-Up and The Untold Stories Of H.P. Lovecraft, and has also contributed articles to Something Awful. Fink used to live in California and now lives in Brooklyn, and has a Twitter.
He also does the announcements at the beginning of the episodes. Additionally, as a running gag, whenever other people do the announcements, they pretend to be him, insisting that they are "the 'real' Joseph Fink".
He is married to Meg Bashwiner, who voices the podcast's end credits and various other roles.
Cecil Baldwin, voice of Cecil Gershwin Palmer, is a stage actor, performer and director, currently living in New York City. He has an official Twitter and Facebook , which he manages himself, as well as an Instagram . Baldwin has been in several commercials, including one for Taco Bell, and has done a great deal of stage acting. He is currently performing in Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind with The New York Neo Futurists. He also narrated the audio book for The Fall of the Hotel Dumort of the popular young adult series The Bane Chronicles, by Cassandra Clare and Maureen Johnson.
Meg Bashwiner, the voice of the Proverb Lady at the end of the episodes, is a NY Neo-Futurist, writer, performer and more. She has a twitter account. She is married to Joseph Fink.
Mara Wilson, voice of the Faceless Old Woman in all her appearances, is a writer and former child actor currently living in New York. Her website is here, and she operates a Twitter and facebook . She is widely known for her roles in Matilda, Miracle on 34th Street, and Mrs Doubtfire, but has since retired from acting and now concentrates on writing. She penned the stage play "Sheeple", which is performed at The Kraine Theater, New York.
Soren Melville created the Desert Bluffs logo used for The Sandstorm (Part B) . Melville designs book covers and binds books by hand with needle and thread. His website is here .
Rob Wilson created our beloved Welcome to Night Vale logo. He grew up in West Texas and his website is here. He later designed the Mayor Election posters currently for sale in the Night Vale Store.