"Little Voice" is an American romantic comedy-drama television series directed by Jessie Nelson.
The starring cast includes Brittany O'Grady, Sean Teale, Colton Ryan, Shalini Bathina, Kevin Valdez, Phillip Johnson Richardson, Chuck Cooper, Nadia Mohebban, Sam Lazarus, Mark Blane and others.

Here are "Little Voice" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Little Voice TV series?

Apple TV on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 released the trailer for "Little Voice" you can watch here:
Little Voice - Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Little Voice TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Little Voice" TV series plot summary.

Little Voice explores "the universal journey of finding your authentic voice in your early 20s. It is described as a fresh, intensely romantic tale of the search to find your true voice...and then the courage to use it."

Cast

Who plays who in the Little Voice TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Little Voice" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Brittany O'Grady  as Bess Alice King
Sean Teale  as Ethan
Colton Ryan  as Samuel
Shalini Bathina  as Prisha
Kevin Valdez  as Louie King
Phillip Johnson Richardson  as Benny
Chuck Cooper  as Percy King
Nadia Mohebban  as Ananya
Sam Lazarus  as Phil
Mark Blane  as Zack
Ned Eisenberg  as Al
Samrat Chakrabarti  as Anil
Sakina Jaffrey  as Vilina
Gopal Divan  as Sundeep
Luke Kirby  as Jeremy
June Squibb  as Mrs. Daisy Finch
Becky Ann Baker  as Elaine
Andrew M. Duff  as Ted
Mireya 'Yeya' Ramos  as Flor De Toloache
Shae Fiol  as Flor De Toloache
Julie Justine Acosta  as Flor De Toloache
Rita Gardner  as Mrs. Joyce Mantone
Tracy Wilder  as Nurse Wanda
Elena Lacayo  as Flor De Toloache
Arbender J. Robinson  as A Cappella Group
Monroe Kent III  as A Cappella Group
Nathaniel Stampley  as A Cappella Group
Sohina Sidhu  as Shivani
Barbara Singer  as Sylvia
Susan Jolles  as Pianist
Katrina Lenk  as Mary
Ismenia Mendes  as Laila
Anjali Bhimani  as Reema
Ishani Basu  as Tango Dancer
José Ramón Rosario  as Anto
Kenneth Maharaj  as Anand
Valerie Chase  as Tango Dancer
Rishan Dhamija  as Nimitt
Benny Elledge  as Drunk Guy
Ysabel Seeratan  as Jaya Shivani's Daughter
Ney Melo  as Tango Dancer
Glenn Schuld  as Tango Dancer
Ayumi Patterson  as Electric Lady Receptionist
Kevin Hagan  as Mr. Sal Mantone
Emma Hong  as Samantha
Jason Veasey  as Marcus
Edie Cowan  as Older Woman Tango Dancer
Kristine Nielsen  as Manager
Sara Bareilles  as Sara Bareilles
Lou Patane  as Older Man Tango Dancer
Abubakr Ali  as Dr. Nadeen
Nicole Ansari-Cox  as Female Tango Instructor
Jason Kravits  as Dale
Danny Bolero  as Raul
Danny Doherty  as Attacker's Friend
Paul Pellicoro  as Male Tango Instructor
Ben Thompson  as Jake
Edward Carnevale  as Tony
Law Terrell Dunford  as Sound Engineer
Dale Hensley  as Lyle
Todd Ryan Jones  as Attacker
K.C. Arora  as Comedian
Linda Marie Larson  as Waitress
Chase Markoff  as Teen Bully
Blair Ross  as Marian Grant
Julian Kenji Brescia  as Guitar Student
Harrison Chad  as Frat Boy
George Riddle  as Mr. Sal Mantone
Jennifer Florentino  as Breakdancer
Zeeshan Haider  as Baskin Robbins Employee
Gianmarco Soresi  as Ed Kimmel
Pauline Casiño  as Breakdancer
Anoop Desai  as Ravi
Brad Koed  as Kyle
Dee Roscioli  as Cat
Ben Abraham  as Indie Singer
Jason Simon  as Record Store Owner
Nicholas Christopher  as Nicholas Christopher
Madison Cunningham  as Saint C's Artist
Elizabeth Goodfellow  as Madison Cunningham Band
Daniel Rhine  as Madison Cunningham Band
Dennis James  as Glass Harp Player
Sarah Pothier  as Young Russian Bride
Emily King  as Saint C's Artist
George Olesky  as Young Russian Groom
Charity Dawson  as Vocals
Porter Kelly  as Sharon Clifford
Maria May  as Friend of the Bride
William Ryall  as Tall Man
Leonid Citer  as Rabbi
Nick Daly  as Usher #1
Max Malas  as Guitar Boy
Jeff Taylor  as Saint C's Artist
Matt Grossman  as Usher #2
Jesske Hume  as Bassist
Glenís Hunter  as Isabel
Sarah Jarosz  as Saint C's Artist
Angelo Mercado Jr  as Benito
Dave Speranza  as Band
Steve Wall  as Guitarist
Emmaley Baez  as Emilia
William Campbell  as Drummer
Armand Hirsch  as Band
Caroline Valencia  as Carolina
Trixie Whitley  as Saint C's Artist
Nish Chari  as Sitar Player
Daisy Flores  as Beatriz
Daniel Mintseris  as Keyboard
Gia Figueroa  as Valeria
Yuval Lion  as Drums
Cornelio Joseph  as Drum Busker
Syndee Winters  as Jada
Jennifer Bareilles  as Nora
Eugene J. Moye  as Cello Busker
Colin Huggins  as Piano Busker
Gi'onna Kamille  as Peyton
Ruby McCollister  as Kennedy

Filming

What are Little Voice filming details?

"Little Voice" series are produced by Dear Hope Productions, Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television.

The average duration of each episode is 30 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Little Voice TV series?

"Little Voice" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.1/10.

More information and reviews on "Little Voice" TV series you can get on the following websites.

"Little Voice" TV series official website with trailer, full cast, crew and plot summary review:

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