Mark Diaz Truman - I've heard mark on quite a few panels, interviews and even a couple rough actual play videos and man, what a human being. He expresses himself so eloquently and always comes across as confident, inclusive and entertaining. He's got design chops too, having worked on Urban Shadows, Fate, Our Last Best Hope, Firefly, Cartel etc. etc. I have so much respect for mark and could listen to him talk for hours, it'd be awesome to see what he could bring to a well-produced AP series.
Alex Roberts - Alex is a treasure. She has a sharp wit and some dulcet tones. She hosts a podcast that does thoughtful, cozy, intimate interviews with some heavy rpg and larp designers. It's part of the One Shot network and she's appeared on a few other shows and APs in that network as well!
Jack De Quidt - Austin's creative counterpart on friends at the table. He's wonderfully poetic and expressive, both conversationally and musically (he's also a composer!). Plus the FatT fandom is vast, friendly and full of fan art.
Whitney "Strix" Beltran - Strix is a Ph.D. student studying mythology and psychology and one of the designers of bluebeard's bride. She's extremely intelligent and SO MUCH FUN, she would get along fabulously with any cast. She lives the twitch RPG Life too, she's on a few series over at hyperrpg and runs her own show called Weekly Affirmations that explores indie and freeform role playing games.
Jory Bowers & Andi - these two are playing in Stras's Scum & Villainy campaign over on Actual Play and from the VERY FIRST session, they immediately became two of my favorite players to watch. The way they portray their characters is so genuine and real and the amount of fun they have is totally infectious. Seriously recommend that everyone check out www.youtube.com/actualplay, the group is a joy to watch.
Jason Cordova - The man behind a lot of the awesome content that's coming out of The Gauntlet podcast network. He co-hosts The Gauntlet podcast, Discern Realities (a podcast about award-winning tabletop role playing game Dungeon World), and has refined the short form AP format with the Comic Strip AP and Pocket Sized Play podcasts. Check out PSP: Mercy Falls for some tightly edited Monsterhearts with quality analysis in the show notes. Plus The Gauntlet would definitely be another community worth cross-pollinating with.
Judd Karlman - y'all already know!
John Harper - John is obviously an incredible GM which basically guarantees that he would be a fantastic player on Rollplay, as evidenced by his portrayal of Frankie in Roll20's AW series. I'd love to see some new folks getting involved but John is a familiar face to the Rollplay community and I'm basically at a point now where absolutely confident that I'll enjoy a show if he's involved. Pipe dream: Getting to watch Jason Morningstar run Rollplay: Agon 2e for John once it's in a playable state, it would be so heartwarming <3
I can definitely think of more amazing folks that I'd love to see getting involved in the entertainment sphere of RPG content but I think that's enough for now. @AdamKoebel this list goes for any Roll20 shows as well! I absolutely loved the current mainstays and I totally understand the desire to play with close friends but it would be nice to see at least one of the two concurrent shows switch things up in the interest of keeping things fresh. thats it, love y'all <3