EVANNA LYNCH   Evanna Lynch is an Irish actress, vegan activist and the creator and host of The ChickPeeps Podcast. She grew up in Co.Louth, Ireland, with two sisters, a brother and many more cats than friends, something for which she need not be pitied, but rather envied. She became known as an actress at age 14 for playing  Luna Lovegood  in the  Harry Potter  films.  Evanna went vegetarian at the age of 11 for the animals, and then transitioned to veganism in 2014. She created the ChickPeeps when she became a figure of interest in the vegan community upon realising that her interviewers had important vegan wisdom to impart.  She hopes the ChickPeeps will help showcase the vegan lifestyle in a positive, joyful light and remind people that compassion for humans and animals alike is at the heart of the movement. She lives in London with her beloved feline friend, Lil Puff, where she continues to split her time between acting and activism.  You can follow her on  twitter  but she is much better at  instagram .

EVANNA LYNCH

Evanna Lynch is an Irish actress, vegan activist and the creator and host of The ChickPeeps Podcast. She grew up in Co.Louth, Ireland, with two sisters, a brother and many more cats than friends, something for which she need not be pitied, but rather envied. She became known as an actress at age 14 for playing Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films.

Evanna went vegetarian at the age of 11 for the animals, and then transitioned to veganism in 2014. She created the ChickPeeps when she became a figure of interest in the vegan community upon realising that her interviewers had important vegan wisdom to impart.

She hopes the ChickPeeps will help showcase the vegan lifestyle in a positive, joyful light and remind people that compassion for humans and animals alike is at the heart of the movement. She lives in London with her beloved feline friend, Lil Puff, where she continues to split her time between acting and activism.

You can follow her on twitter but she is much better at instagram.

ROBBIE JARVIS   An intense and slightly awkward child, Robbie grew up on the south coast of England. After a discouraging number of set backs while attempting to unlock the ability to fly, Robbie reluctantly gave up on becoming a superhero. Fortunately, his desire to wear costumes to work and a wanton disregard for financial stability meant he was ideally suited to a career as an actor. Robbie works in tv, film and theatre, and is especially known for his work on  Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ,  Locked up Abroad ,  All is By My Side  and  Harley and the Davidsons.   Robbie went vegan in 2014. He has so far been astonished to discover that he hasn't developed a protein deficiency or kale addiction. He is the resident 'Tech Goblin' of The ChickPeeps and is usually to blame for any technical difficulties experienced by the team. He enjoys inappropriate jokes, sporting events of any kind, working out and cats! He has been described as the Chickpeeps' host 'most likely to receive complaints', which, worryingly, he considered a compliment.  You can follow him on  Twitter  and  Instagram .

ROBBIE JARVIS

An intense and slightly awkward child, Robbie grew up on the south coast of England. After a discouraging number of set backs while attempting to unlock the ability to fly, Robbie reluctantly gave up on becoming a superhero. Fortunately, his desire to wear costumes to work and a wanton disregard for financial stability meant he was ideally suited to a career as an actor. Robbie works in tv, film and theatre, and is especially known for his work on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Locked up Abroad, All is By My Side and Harley and the Davidsons.

Robbie went vegan in 2014. He has so far been astonished to discover that he hasn't developed a protein deficiency or kale addiction. He is the resident 'Tech Goblin' of The ChickPeeps and is usually to blame for any technical difficulties experienced by the team. He enjoys inappropriate jokes, sporting events of any kind, working out and cats! He has been described as the Chickpeeps' host 'most likely to receive complaints', which, worryingly, he considered a compliment.

You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

MOMOKO HILL   ‘Peace begins on your plate!’ sums up Momoko’s stance on Veganism. Her approach revolves around kindness and compassion for the planet, animals and ourselves! She considers herself very lucky to be brought up as a Vegetarian and transitioned to Veganism a few years ago.  After growing up by the ocean in Cornwall, she headed for the bright lights of London and spent many years working towards a career in the music industry. She worked with countless artists backstage at festivals, in studio sessions and on TV sets, but when she reached her goal of working in Artist Management it simply wasn’t fulfilling on a soul level; something else was calling her! She returned home and quickly got stuck into Ocean Conservation activism; organising beach cleans and raising awareness, as a Regional Rep for  Surfers Against Sewage . She’s now back in London, where she works freelance for the BBC and  Wicked Healthy . In her spare time you can find her in the dance studio, or by the beach (most likely cleaning it!).  You can follow Momoko’s adventures on  Instagram  and if you would like extra support going Vegan you can join her 'GLO Vegan Community', her friendly, supportive and non-judgemental  Facebook group .

MOMOKO HILL

‘Peace begins on your plate!’ sums up Momoko’s stance on Veganism. Her approach revolves around kindness and compassion for the planet, animals and ourselves! She considers herself very lucky to be brought up as a Vegetarian and transitioned to Veganism a few years ago.

After growing up by the ocean in Cornwall, she headed for the bright lights of London and spent many years working towards a career in the music industry. She worked with countless artists backstage at festivals, in studio sessions and on TV sets, but when she reached her goal of working in Artist Management it simply wasn’t fulfilling on a soul level; something else was calling her! She returned home and quickly got stuck into Ocean Conservation activism; organising beach cleans and raising awareness, as a Regional Rep for Surfers Against Sewage. She’s now back in London, where she works freelance for the BBC and Wicked Healthy. In her spare time you can find her in the dance studio, or by the beach (most likely cleaning it!).

You can follow Momoko’s adventures on Instagram and if you would like extra support going Vegan you can join her 'GLO Vegan Community', her friendly, supportive and non-judgemental Facebook group.

TYLOR STARR   Tylor is a Slytherin, animal rights expert, and the founder of the  Wizarding World -inspired animal rights group,  The Protego Foundation  -- now serving as the president of the board. He is a self-proclaimed vegan ramen connoisseur, and just an all around vegan nerd. Having grown up in a small farming city in Colorado called Greeley, he was always reminded of animals who were being trucked to be killed as the semi-trucks passed by his house.  Tylor went vegan in January of 2012 after watching the documentary  Earthlings -  a film he would watch every other day for months after to be reminded of who he was fighting to protect. Tylor oversaw PETA’s Youth Outreach program, and most recently worked at the San Francisco-based anime company, Crunchyroll.  Now living back in Northern Colorado, he works for Larimer Humane Society as the marketing and community outreach manager, and spends his free time watching anime, trying to do magic, and eating way too much vegan mac and cheese. In addition to co-hosting on The ChickPeeps, Tylor can also be heard on  Meeting Walt: A Disney Podcast ,  Hogwarts Radio , and the upcoming  Wizarding World -inspired animal rights podcast, ProtegoCast!  You can find him on  Twitter  and  Instagram , and at  The Protego Foundation .

TYLOR STARR

Tylor is a Slytherin, animal rights expert, and the founder of the Wizarding World-inspired animal rights group, The Protego Foundation -- now serving as the president of the board. He is a self-proclaimed vegan ramen connoisseur, and just an all around vegan nerd. Having grown up in a small farming city in Colorado called Greeley, he was always reminded of animals who were being trucked to be killed as the semi-trucks passed by his house.

Tylor went vegan in January of 2012 after watching the documentary Earthlings - a film he would watch every other day for months after to be reminded of who he was fighting to protect. Tylor oversaw PETA’s Youth Outreach program, and most recently worked at the San Francisco-based anime company, Crunchyroll.

Now living back in Northern Colorado, he works for Larimer Humane Society as the marketing and community outreach manager, and spends his free time watching anime, trying to do magic, and eating way too much vegan mac and cheese. In addition to co-hosting on The ChickPeeps, Tylor can also be heard on Meeting Walt: A Disney Podcast, Hogwarts Radio, and the upcoming Wizarding World-inspired animal rights podcast, ProtegoCast!

You can find him on Twitter and Instagram, and at The Protego Foundation.