Join me for a look under the sea and deep into the depths of the internet as we get a closer look at actor Rodger Bumpass. He is best known for voicing characters like Squidward Tentacles on SpongeBob SquarePants, The Chief on Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?, the Mosquito from Pixar's: A Bug's Life, and lots more. We have lots of laughs and I am sure you will to as you listen to Rodgers fun stories, fantastic advice, and so much more. I hope you all enjoy this episode as much as I did recording and producing it for you. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy my 129th episode with Special Guest, Rodger Bumpass.
Join me for an exciting adventure as we get the chance to learn about actress Vanessa Marshall. Vanessa has had an extensive career in voiceover doing everything from Batman: The Brave and the Bold where she voiced Poison Ivy to Disney XD's: Guardians of the Galaxy where she voices Gamora, to Disney XD's Star Wars: Rebels where she voices the pilot Hera Syndulla, as well as countless other amazing roles of which we talk about on todays show. I hope you all enjoy this in-depth look, great advice, and amazing behind the scenes stories about Vanessa's life and career in the world of voiceover. I hope you all enjoy my 128th episode with my Special Guest, Vanessa Marshall.
Join me for an exciting adventure as we take a little trip to another dimension. Today is your chance to get know the very talented young actor behind the voice of Marco Diaz from Disney's "Star vs the Forces of Evil". His name is Adam McArthur and he has had a really amazing career thus far. You will love his unique introduction story behind how he got into the world of voiceover, his solid advice, his behind the scenes stories and so much more. I hope you all enjoy my 127th episode with Special Guest, Adam McArthur.
Join me as we take flight to Neverland to learn about the original actor behind the voice of the boy who just wouldn't grow up. Today we pay Tribute to actor Bobby Driscoll the voice of Walt Disney's, Peter Pan. Bobby was mostly known for his film career where he starred in films such as: Song of the South, So Dear to My Heart, and Treasure Island. I hope you all enjoy my 126th episode and Tribute episode to Bobby Driscoll.
Join me as we take flight with Captain Planet. Today we are talking with actor, David Coburn, who voiced the iconic superhero and alter ego villain Captain Pollution. This is a fun and unique chance to dive back into your toy box pull our your old Power Ring and help me summon the savior of the planet, Captain Planet. Get ready to be blasted back into your childhood self for one amazing, fun and insightful interview. I hope you all enjoy my 125th episode with Special Guest, David Coburn.
Join me as we talk with writer Tom Mason on todays show. Tom has written for projects such as Avatar: The Last Airbender, Shrek, Malcolm in the Middle, Lazy Town and lots more. He has been a writer for television, books, and comics. Tom had a very unconventional career and explains that it was all luck of the draw for him as he made his career changes and advancements. Tom worked at Malibu Comics which was then later bought out by Marvel Comics. Tom has adapted show scripts into children books and children books into scripts. He has a very unique story to share with us today on this our 124th episode. I hope you all enjoy.
Join me for an inside look at the life and career of Chris Edgerly. He has been the voice of Timothy Mouse for the Dumbo ride now for about 15 years and has been the voice of Scuttle from Ariel's Undersea Adventure ride for about 8 years. Another amazing ride is Universals: The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man ride where Chris is both Peter Parker/Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson. This Amazing Spider-Man ride has been in operation 20 years come 2019. It is an amazing ride and I highly recommend it to one and all. I hope you all enjoy my 123rd episode with Special Guest, Chris Edgerly.
Join me for a look at the actress behind the voice of Barbie from 2000 - 2015. Her name is Kelly Sheridan and she was fortunate enough to voice this most beloved character for a long span of time which doesn't always happen in the world of voiceover. Aside from voicing one of the biggest icons of all times, Kelly has also been on a variety of different My Little Pony renditions. She started voicing for the franchise back when she was just 13 years old. We talk about a variety of her voiceover projects and yet we only scratch the surface of her amazing career. I hope you all enjoy my 122nd episode with Special Guest, Kelly Sheridan.
Join me as we dive into the life of Robert Sciglimpaglia an Entertainment Attorney at Law. Due to numerous FAQ's Robert received he decided to write a book called, "Voice Over Legal". This would be a great way for you to discover if voiceover is the business for you. I highly recommend his book for those who are interested to learn more. Not only is Robert and attorney but he is also a director, producer, author and more. Some of you may remember the 2012 Super Bowl commercial from Chevy called, "Happy Grad". Robert played the dad who was unveiling the mini fridge gift to his son, but all the son could see was the Chevy Camaro just behind his dad. I hope you all enjoy my 121st episode with Special Guest, Robert Sciglimpaglia.
Join me for an exciting adventure as we get the chance to know actor, Jim Hanks on a more personal level. Jim is best known for voicing Geoffrey the Giraffe from Toys-R-Us back in the early 2000's from (2001 - 2004) and for voicing Woody from Toy Story. If you were wondering why Jim's last name sounds so familiar it's because his older brother is Tom Hanks. When Tom is unavailable to voice Woody for the Toys, Video Games, Park Rides, and more this is when Jim steps up to the mic to record one of the most beloved Disney characters of all time. I hope you all enjoy my 120th episode with Special Guest, Jim Hanks.
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Join me for a different kind of interview today as we look into the life of the man behind the show on Netflix called, "The Toys That Made Us". Today we are talking with Brian Volk-Weiss the creator and producer of "The Toys That Made Us". Brian dives into why toys have always meant so much to him and how he came up with the idea that became the show we can now binge watch on Netflix. Brian grew up as an only child and feels like he bonded with his toys more than most kids because to him they were his best friends. A movie that really changed Brian's childhood was Star Wars and that was a fundamental turning point in his life as well. I hope you all enjoy my 119th episode with Special Guest, Brian Volk-Weiss.
Join me for an in-depth look into the life of actor Cam Clarke. He was born into a family of performers and started his acting career from the young age of just 6 years old. We dive into his younger years and how his career shifted from one performance type to another until he settled primarily doing voiceover in his career. Cam is known for acting in lots of different projects for on screen, off screen, modeling and yes of course voiceover as well. Cam is probably best known for voicing Leonardo the leader of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from the original 1980's series. He has also voiced characters for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Spider-Man the Animated Series from (1994), he voiced He-Man at one point, he was on Gargoyles, Quack Pack, he has voiced Simba from the Lion King for multiple projects including the Disney Parks, and so much more. Cam has been performed in over 350 different projects to date and counting. We couldn't cover all of his magnificent career on today's episode so I encourage to look him up and learn more about his amazing and exciting career. I hope you all enjoy my 118th episode with Special Guest, Cam Clarke.
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Join me as we dive into the life, career and advice Amber Nash the actress behind the voice of Pam Poovey from the Emmy Award Winning animated show on FXX called, "Archer". A word of caution to parents out there who are unfamiliar with the show, "Archer". This show does have mature content and is designed for an adult audience. That being said this show is very funny and is sure to help you bust out loud laughing. Amber dives into how she started in theater and improve and how voiceover came along during her acting journey. Amber is a really sweet southern gal who really loves to share her love of acting, stories, and more with all who give our episode a listen. We talk about some things we saw in Season 9 Episode 1 of Archer: Danger Island. We also talk about some things I hope we see in the future of, "Archer". I hope you all enjoy my 117th episode with Special Guest, Amber Nash.
Join me as we dive into the life, career, and advice of a rising star named Morgan Berry. She is a relatively new actress but has been really branching out and gaining notoriety over her 3 plus year career. Morgan has been on shows like My Hero Academia as the character Thirteen, she also plays Jacqueline on Show by Rock, and she plays Mao Nimaijita on Nanbaka and she voices Silver Sable from the mobile Marvel game Marvel Avengers Academy, just to mention a few of the voiceover projects she has done during her short but full career. Chatting with Morgan was a lot of fun and it was great to see how her career has really blossomed in such a short span of time. I hope you all enjoy my 116th episode with Special Guest, Morgan Berry.
Join me as we talk about the late and great Brian Bedford. Today we dive into his life and take a look at the boy who became a man who became an acting Legend. Brian was a world renowned Actor, Playwright, and Actor. Best known for his works in the theater both on Broadway and off. But, he was fortunate enough to be cast as Robin Hood in Disney's (1973) Animated adaptation of the movie, Robin Hood. I hope you all enjoy my 115th episode and tribute to the late and great Brian Bedford.
Join me for an in-depth look into the life of a man who has been impacting the voiceover industry for decades. Jack Angel is a man you have probably heard and just didn't know it. For 10 years of Jack's career he had the chance to voice the beloved character Smokey the Bear. Aside from Smokey if you are a fan of Superfriends, Darkwing Duck, the (1994) Voltron, Spider-Man the Animated Series, Dink the Dinosaur, Denver the Last Dinosaur, Steven Spielberg's movie A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Transformers the show or animated movie then you have heard Jack your whole life and just hadn't realized it. He has voiced amazing characters from the shows and movies mentioned above such as Teddy from A.I., Flash & Hawkman from Superfriends, Nick Fury from Spider-Man the Animated Series, King Zarkon from the (1994) Voltron, and Liquidator from Darkwing Duck just to name a few of the countless characters he has voiced. I hope you all enjoy my 114th episode with Special Guest, Jack Angel.
Join me as we take a look at the man behind the voice of one of Disney's most beloved characters, Goofy. Bill Farmer is the name of the actor who has been voicing our beloved Goof since 1987. Bill is a distinguished actor who has voiced lots of different animated characters for companies like Warner Brothers and Hanna Barbera as well as Disney. Speaking with Bill was an absolute treat and I think this episode is bound to make you smile and feel like a kid again. I hope you all enjoy this inside look into the life of Bill Farmer todays Special Guest. Enjoy!!
Join me as we dive into the life, career, and advice of actress Susan Silo. She is best known for voicing characters like Dr. Karbunkle from Biker Mice from Mars and Neptunia from Darkwing Duck. But she also played Mousey the Riddlers girlfriend on the live action 1960s Adam West Batman, TV Show. Susan is an extremely accomplished actress with a career that quite literally started from birth. She was born into a family of performers who went from hotel to hotel to perform in the days when vaudeville acts were nearly extinct. Susan gives us some great insights and advice and this is bound to be a learning experience for all of us. Susan is so very kind and loves to share her time and stories with the fans. I hope you all enjoy my 112th episode with Special Guest, Susan Silo.
Join me as we dive into the life and career of Larry Kenny the man behind the voice of the Skittles commercials where he says "Feel the Rainbow, Taste the Rainbow". Also for the last 40 odd years Larry has also been voicing characters such as Count Chocula for the Count Chocula cereal commercials and Sonny the Cuckoo Bird for Cocoa Puffs Cereal. Larry is one really nice guy with some really great behind the scenes stories on how he got started down the path towards acting at a very young age. We also talk about how he was fortunate enough to voice some of the most iconic characters of all times for General Mills cereal brand commercials. I really hope you all enjoy my 111th episode with Special Guest, Larry Kenny.
Join me today as we dive into the life of actor Blu Mankuma. Blu is an actor who has been in lots of animations, movies, stage productions, and more. You have probably seen him on Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge where he played Gort. Or you may know Blu from Transformers: Beast Wars where he voiced Tigatron. No matter where you do or perhaps even don't know Blu from there is a chance you knew him and you didn't even know it. As we reminisce about shows from the past and present I hope this episode transports you back to the days of yesteryear just as it did for me. Today we talk about awesome projects such as SyFy's Tinman, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, the animated RoboCop, and lots more. I hope you all enjoy todays 110th episode with Special Guest, Blu Mankuma.
Join me as we dive into the life and career of actor Keith Coogan who voiced Young Tod from the Walt Disney Classic film The Fox and the Hound. This has been his only voiceover role to date but not for a lack of auditioning. If you aren't familiar with Disney's The Fox and the Hound perhaps you have seen him on some iconic movies of the 90s. Films such as Adventures in Babysitting and Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead. We talk about some very unique things that even I didn't know about when it came to The Fox and the Hound. We also talk about the Coogan act which was established by Keiths Grandfather, Jackie Coogan. It was an act that was created to help protect children actors from being taken advantage of and it also helps to set up a Trust for the young actors as well. You may not recall Jackie Coogan's name but he was probably best known for playing Uncle Fester on the 1960's cast of the Addams Family. I hope you all enjoy todays 109th episode with Special Guest, Keith Coogan.
Join me for an inside look into the life of an actor who's career has continued to not just grow but explode onto the Big Screen, the Small Screen and everything in between. He has been on major feature films, major tv shows, fantastic animation projects and so much more. Today we are talking with Special Guest, Hiro Kanagawa. Hiro has been on lots of CW shows such as The 100, Arrow, Smallville, DCs Legends of Tomorrow and the list goes on. Other amazing shows he has been a part of are shows such as Sliders, The Outer Limits, Stargate SG-1, Timeless, and two really popular shows he has been on recently are The Man in the High Castle and Netflix's Altered Carbon which just released 3 weeks ago along with countless others. Today we talk with Hiro about his work as a voiceover actor but we also get a chance to dive into some of his other amazing works as mentioned previously. Today we start by diving into his career by looking at Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes where he voiced Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic the leader of the team of explorer/superheroes. I hope you all enjoy my 108th episode with Special Guest, Hiro Kanagawa.
Join me today for an in-depth look at actor Richard Newman the man who voiced the biggest Maximal on Transformers: Beast Wars, named Rhinox. Of course this is just one of the many amazing voices that we have heard during Richards 30 plus year career as an actor. Richard didn't start out as a voiceover actor but it has become a true love of his in the world of acting. He has voiced everything from bad guys like Bison from Street Fighter, to Mega Man where he voiced Spark Mandril and Wood Man, to good guys such as Rhinox from Beast Wars and Beast Machines, and Vector Prime from Transformers: Cybertron. Richard is a man who has always tried to use his acting career to make the world a better place. Whether it be from making people smile, to educating and enlightening them, or perhaps sharing the stories of real life people who's struggles need to be heard. Richard has always hoped that in all he did it would make an impact on the world that would forever change it at least one mind at a time. I hope you all enjoy todays 107th episode with Special Guest, Richard Newman.
Join me as we dive into the life, career and advice of todays Special Guest, actress Tracey Hoyt. She is best known for voicing "Rini" from the original voice casting of Sailor Moon when it was first brought to the USA. Sailor Moon being one of the first main stay Animes brought to the US is a very popular show that to this day still has a very large following some 20 plus years later. Not only was Tracey on Sailor Moon but she also got the chance to voice the Care Bear named "Me Bear" on Care Bear on Care Bears Big Wish Movie. Today Tracey does a lot of voice matching, commercials, some video games and lots of other diverse works in voiceover. Aside from her acting career Tracy is also a voiceover teacher/coach and has been doing that for some 20 plus years now and it is one of her true loves aside from acting. I hope you all enjoy todays 106th episode with actress, Tracey Hoyt.