Tim Russell, Sue Scott and Garrison Keillor on stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
(Photo: Thomas Scheuzger, MPR)
“[Radio] actors Sue Scott and Tim Russell’s...roles in the show's signature [comedy sketches] are some of the funniest and most memorable moments in [A Prairie Home Companion].”
-Kitty Felde, radio personality, “Talk of the City”
Each week on A Prairie Home Companion, Tim Russell and Sue Scott (with a lot of help from Garrison Keillor and sound effects men, Tom Keith or Fred Newman) perform well-loved characters, such as Barb and Jim from The Catchup Advisory Board, Dusty and Lefty from Lives of the Cowboys, and any other character you've heard on Guy Noir, Radio Private Eye.
The Radio Show's Voice Actors
Tim Russell and Sue Scott are the voice actors behind the characters of Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion, a nationally broadcast radio show heard weekly by 4.5 million listeners on over 558 public radio stations. When radio listeners see this popular show performed live, many are shocked that Tim Russell and Sue Scott“just two actors”perform the voices of many of their favorite characters.
Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott and Tim Russell performing the radio comedy sketches on "A Prairie Home Companion."
(Photo: Cheryl Walsh Bellville)
“Tim and Sue are long-standing veterans of the show and wonderfully adept at assuming different identities...There are many shows now when Tim does me and Sue does Tim and I listen at home.”
- Garrison Keillor from A Prairie Home Companion’s CD, Commercial Radio
Sue Scott and Tim Russell with sound effects man, Fred Newman.
(Photo: Andrew Palmer, MPR)
“Feted curmudgeon Garrison Keillor delivers mythical Minnesota to the masses with this weekly public radio show based at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul. Featuring a stellar comedy cast…[radio] actors Tim Russell and Sue Scott.”
-Debbie Mazzocco, editor Citysearch
You've heard Sue Scott's and Tim Russell's characters on A Prairie Home Companion, now you can record (via ISDN) their signature voices for your clients whether they're in Atlanta, Los Angeles or New York.