Show Hosts

SummerBSummer Brooks: Host, Producer
Summer started out as a producer for Slice of SciFi from the beginning, starting with supporting the “Save Enterprise” campaigns Michael and Evo promoted on KFYI’s weekly live show, then she moved to being a regular Slice of SciFi co-host and news reader just a few episodes after the “Save Enterprise” podcasts ended.

After stepping away as full-time co-host in 2009 but continuing to produce the show and maintain the website, Summer took up the mantle as host in August 2014; as one of last original Slice of SciFi creators, she felt she needed to keep the torch burning.

Show Contributors

Noah Richman: Movie Reviews and Commentary

Daren Gulsvig: Movie Reviews and Commentary

Tim Callender: Commentary and Movie, TV & Book Reviews

Guest Contributors

Kevin Bachelder

Shaun Farrell

Jill Heller

Bret Filipek: Commentary

Sam Roberts: Commentary

Producers

Summer Brooks: Executive Producer
Summer is a bit of a television addict, and enjoys putting her scifi media geek skills to good use in interviewing guests for Slice of SciFi as a co-host from 2005-2009. She was previously the co-host for The Babylon Podcast and host of Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas, before returning to Slice of SciFi as host in August 2014.

She is an avid reader and writer of scifi, fantasy and thrillers, with a handful of publishing and voiceover credits to her name. Next on her agenda is writing an urban fantasy tale, and a B-movie monster extravaganza.

Currently, Summer designs and maintains websites for clients and for fun in addition to the Slice of SciFi websites, does voiceover & narrations for StarShipSofa, Crime City Central, and Far Fetched Fables, among others.

Jeffrey Willerth: Executive Producer
Jeffrey joined the Warner Bros. sci-fi hit “Babylon 5″ for all five seasons of the show’s prime-time production. His versatile talents expanded into acting while playing the recurring role of Ambassador Kosh. Jeffrey was also the Producer’s Associate through the fourth and fifth seasons, four TNT movies and three episodes of the spin-off series “Babylon 5: Crusade”.

Since B5, Jeffrey furthered his digital filmmaking experience as a Visual Effects Coordinator for the Twentieth Century Fox feature film “X-MEN 2″ as well as two Miramax’s films, “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer” and “The Faculty”.

Other recent non-fiction programming credits include DIY, SPEED, BBN, BBC/Discovery Channel, Discovery’s Military Chanel, History Channel, Court TV, PBS, HGTV, A&E, CBS and VH1, Animal Planet, and FOX. Commercial credits include Verizon and Wal-Mart.

Jeffrey Willerth is a member of the (PGA) Producers Guild of America, (IFP/W) Independent Feature Project/West (SAG) Screen Actors Guild and the (ATAS) Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Association of Downloadable Media (ADM).