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PotterCast is the official podcast of The Leaky Cauldron website. PotterCast is hosted by Melissa Anelli, Sue Upton, John Noe and Frankie Franco III.

Notable interviews and appearances

  • J. K. Rowling - interviewed in episode #130 and 131
  • Arthur A. Levine - Editor of the American editions of the Harry Potter books and the person widely credited with bringing Potter to America.[1][2] Episode #22 -#24
  • Cheryl Klein - Continuity editor of the American editions of the Harry Potter books. Often mentioned as "Hottt Cheryl" in throwaway references. Appeared as a co-host, participating in all segments of the show. Episode #47
  • Matthew Lewis - Actor who plays Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter film franchise. Matt appeared for an extended interview that was spread out over three weeks. He also spoke to fans via a call-in show. He voiced the intro for a time before Deathly Hallows was released. Episode #51- #53
  • Rupert Grint - Actor who plays Ron Weasley. Voiced the intro for episodes 112-129.
  • Jamie Waylett - Actor who plays Vincent Crabbe. Appeared as a co-host of the show, spending the entire hour with the PotterCasters. Episode #31
  • Bonnie Wright - Actress who plays Ginny Weasley. Episode #1
  • Evanna Lynch - Actress who plays Luna Lovegood. Participated in a call-in discussion show. Episode #69
  • Chris Columbus - Director of the first two Potter films.
  • Alfonso Cuarón - Director of the third Potter film.
  • Mike Newell - Director of the fourth Potter film.
  • Stuart Craig - Art director on all Potter films
  • Chris Rankin - Actor who plays Percy Weasley. Chris has appeared on the show a few times, including hosting a game show and appearing as a live call-in guest.
  • Joe Walker, Brian Holden and Dylan Saunders - Actors in A Very Potter Musical and A Very Potter Sequel. They played Voldemort/Umbridge, Professor Lupin and Dumbledore respectively.
  • M. Night Shyamalan - Director of "The Sixth Sense," and "Unbreakable." Discussed, amongst other things, what he would do if offered the chance to direct a Potter film. Episode #48
  • Matt Birch and Justin Manning - Producers for the Order of the Phoenix computer game from EA Games.
  • Danny Bilson - Producer, writer, and director. Worked on the initial creation of the Harry Potter video games.
  • Laura Mallory - Georgia woman attempting to ban Potter books from school libraries for religious reasons. Episode #119
  • Duff Goldman - Owner of Charm City Cakes, who created a cake for the LA premiere of Order of the Phoenix.
  • John and Hank Green - The VlogBrothers of YouTube fame

See also

Notes and references