Chris Newcomb

Chris Newcomb, Portland Maine Voice Actor

Aka “Man”


Chris Newcomb is an actor, storyteller, author, musician and teacher residing in Portland, Maine. It’s rather convenient that he goes by the name of “Man,” since after he and Fred bashed around the draft script for a while, Fred came to conclusion that an anxious, desperate man named Man should urge Norman to leave the island.

Chris was a perfect fit.

As an actor, Chris has had many roles on stages throughout Maine
including: Penobscot Theatre, Mad Horse Theatre, Acorn Productions, Portland Players, Auburn Community Little Theater, and The Theater Project. He has been in numerous commercials in
Maine and New England most notable include: Oakhurst Dairy, Hannaford Bros., Bangor Hydro,
Central Maine Power, Maine Dept. of Tourism, Irving Oil, and Bangor Metro.

As a storyteller/musician Newcomb has found himself on many stages throughout New England. His
song Superman, co-written with Jose Ayerve and produced by the band Spouse, aired on This
American Life (NPR).

Chris is dedicated a lot of his acting energy lately to Yikes! Monsters, a new Portland-based theater troupe who make wacky, off-center tales to get you to think. The group recently appeared on Fred’s radio show, Radio Drama Revival.

  • April Mellott

    Hello, my name is April Mellott, Judge Coordinator for Nationals. We are a company that produces pageants for girls between the ages of 7-19. We judge the girls on their INNER BEAUTY to help build self-esteem and self-confidence. We will be having a pageant in your area and would like to know if you would be interested in sitting on our panel of judges? In return to your sitting on the panel we offer you the opportunity to promote/market your organization/company to the contestants and their families attending the pageant. It would be a 2-day commitment; we would need the same person for both days. During those 2 days we will provide lunch and snacks. If you are interested let me know and I will send you the detailed information. Just provide an email address or a fax number. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank You
    April Mellott
    Judge Coordinator