Kimiko Glenn and H. Michael Croner Set to Voice for Disney’s New Animated Series “Kiff”

According to Variety, Kimiko Glenn and H. Michael Croner have been cast as voice-over co-stars in the animated series Kiff.

What’s Happening:

  • Orange Is the New Black star Kimiko Glenn and H. Michael Croner from Craig of the Creek have been cast as voice-over co-stars in Disney Branded Television’s upcoming animated series Kiff.
  • This will premiere in 2023 on the Disney Channel.
  • Glenn will be playing Kiff, who is described as "an optimistic squirrel whose thirst for life takes her on countless adventures through her town."
  • Barry, who will be voiced by Croner, is described as a "naive and lovable bestie."
  • Creators Lucy Heavens and Nic Smal announced this casting news and teaser trailer at New York Comic-Con yesterday.
  • According to Disney, Kiff was inspired by Heavens’ and Smal’s experiences growing up in South Africa.
  • For each half-hour episode, it will have two 11-minute stories.
  • Music will play an important role in the series and the show's logline states, "set in a world where animals and magical oddballs tackle day-to-day life alongside one another, the series follows Kiff and Barry as they navigate school, relationships and their often eccentric community."
  • You can see the teaser trailer below.