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.
Join me for an inside look into an actor who has sampled and tried lots of different genres and areas in the world of acting. Today we take a journey into the life and career of actor Gerard Plunkett who has had the opportunity to work with entertainment professionals such as Paul Walker, Samuel L. Jackson, Zack Snyder, and so many more. Today we dive into his work on Mummies Alive where he voiced the villain Scarab, we talk a little about the live action movie, Eight Below, that starred Paul Walker, as well as some Snakes on a Plane talk which starred Samuel L. Jackson. We talk about a ton of other amazing projects as well but these are just a few of the highlights we talk about on todays show. I hope you all enjoy my 105th episode with todays Special Guest, Gerard Plunkett.
Join me for an inside look at the life and career of Len Smith. Len started out as a young man with a love for art from the youngest memory he has from his childhood. He used to doodle in school and not focus on his studies as earnestly as he could have but he was doing what he loved. Len was a character designer behind some of my favorite characters on one of my all time favorite cartoon shows, Disneys "TailSpin". He personally created Kitt Cloudkicker, Don Karnage, Wildcat, and Molly's character designs. Another amazing project that Len was a part of was the movie called, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Len was the one who had the brilliant idea that everything in ToonTown should be animated including the buildings. So if this is one of your favorite movies as it is mine then we all love the amazing ideas that Len had for the animated scenes in ToonTown. We talk about a lot of other amazing animated shows and projects and I hope you enjoy this inside look into an animator/character designer who really loves what he does and does what he loves. Thank you all for joining me for my 104th episode with Special Guest, Len Smith.
Join me as we talk to Scott Page-Pagter the voice of Wolfie from Big Bad Beetleborgs. If this is a show you have never seen before I highly recommend it. Especially if you are a fan of shows like Power Rangers and or other action based tv shows. Scott was a Director/Producer for Saban as well as a voice actor for some of the most iconic villains for the Power Rangers franchise. Wolfie is not a villain but he is a sort of protagonist from the show Big Bad Beetleborgs. This show was similar to Power Rangers but was geared more for a slightly younger audience than the Power Rangers. This show was more geared for pre-teen to teens where Power Rangers was geared for young teens to late teens/early 20's. Of course if you are a fan of Power Rangers you know the effect this show has had has been long lasting considering the show has been running in the USA for 25 years this year, 2018. I hope you all enjoy my 103rd episode with Special Guest, Scott Page-Pagter.
Join me for an opportunity to chat with the song writer of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers theme song, "Go Go Power Rangers" one of the most iconic 90s theme songs of all time. Ron Wasserman has been a big influence on Power Rangers from the very first season all the way to the 6th season and even returned for the 13th season to spear head yet another iconic Rangers theme song. Not only was Ron the inspiration behind the original Power Rangers theme but he also did amazing theme songs for shows such as: "Mummies Alive", "X-Men: The Animated Series", and a more recent show "The Thundermans" which airs on Nickelodeon. I hope you all enjoy my 102nd episode with Special Guest, Ron Wasserman.
Join me for an exciting adventure as we dive into the life and career of Robert Axelrod better known to most as Lord Zedd and Finster from the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. I hope you all enjoy this in-depth look and the inside stories behind some of the most iconic voices of all times. We talk Power Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs Metallix, Digimon, Spider-Man: The Animated Series, and a few others. I hope you all had a Happy New Year and I hope you all enjoy my 101st episode with actor, Robert Axelrod.
Join me for my 100th episode as we dive into the life, career and advice of Dave Fennoy. Dave has had a very diverse and exciting acting career and has been blessed to play some of the greatest characters of all times. Dave has voiced characters such as the Black Panther from the Avengers, Korath from Guardians of the Galaxy, Nick Fury from a couple of different Spider-Man games, Lee Everett from the Walking Dead Game, and Lucius Fox from several different Batman games. These voices are just a small fraction of the amazing projects Dave has worked on so please join us for a very exciting and riveting inside look into Dave's amazing career. I hope you all enjoy todays 100th episode with Special Guest, Dave Fennoy.
Join me for an in-depth look at actor Adam Wylie the voice of Peter Pan from Jake and the Neverland Pirates. This of course is just one amazing and very magical character that Adam got the chance to voice. He has done everything from play Boq on the Broadway Musical, Wicked. He played Kenny Stanton on Batman Beyond, He played J.T. on Ben 10, and Pierce on Ben 10: Alien Force & Ben 10: Omniverse, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. Adam also got to play the young boy and main character David on "All Dogs Go to Heaven 2". Adam has been on some of the most iconic shows of all times and continues to be on amazing shows as he career grows. Adam has spent 28 years in the acting industry and has even branched out into the field of magic as he is a very passionate young man when it comes to performing magic and bringing smiles to others. This episode is action packed, full of wonderful stories, and full of Amazing advice. I hope you all enjoy my 99th episode with actor Adam Wylie. Happy Holidays to all and Merry Christmas too!!
Join me for an exciting interview with voice actor Paul Nakauchi who is best known for voicing the character Hanzo on the Video Game, Overwatch. This is a game I absolutely love to play but my brothers Blake and Preston actually play this game like non stop. Originally getting Paul on the show was a challenge that my brother Preston put me up to and so it felt good to accept and complete the challenge. We dive into a couple of fan questions from my brother Preston, we talk about the popularity of Hanzo among fans, and we discuss some of the other very interesting concepts behind why Overwatch has become a worldwide phenomenon. I hope you all enjoy my 98th episode with voice actor, Paul Nakauchi.
Join me for todays tribute episode to actor Michael Ansara who is best known to me as the voice of Mr. Freeze from Batman: The Animated Series. Michael had a very diverse and very full career as an actor doing over 190+ credited works and who knows how many countless others. Michael has a deep booming voice that is extremely rich and made him the perfect candidate to bring to life the cold, void, and empty voice of Mr. Freeze. I hope you all enjoy my 97th episode and tribute for actor, Michael Ansara.
Hello Everyone and Merry Christmas,
I have always loved radio dramas and Christmas time is my favorite time of year. So I created this Second Annual Christmas Special so that I could share two of my biggest passions with you this Holiday Season. This show is a labor of love and I hope it becomes a Christmas Classic for you, your family, and your friends.
I'll Be Home For Christmas is an original production and presentation brought to you by Who Did That Voice. The show was Produced, Written, and Co-Directed by: Trenton Larkin, Co-Directed by: Charlie Powell, Original Musical Arrangement of "I'll Be Home For Christmas" Arranged and Played by Pianist: Steve Rawlins, Sung by: Marisa Rawlins-Bradfield, Technical Director, Editor, & Sound Engineering by: Cliff Zellman, Character Design & Cover Art Illustrated by: Len Smith.
(Starring In Order of Appearance: Scott Cleverdon as Father Time, Andi Gibson as Jessica, Charlie Powell II as Tommy, Caitlyn Powell as Trish, Charlie Powell as Daniel, Pat Fraley as Colonel Hiller, Rob Reed as Captain Davis, Matt Hill as Marty the Elf, Leah McCormick as Melody the Elf, Rick Sellers as Santa, and Fred Frees and Mr. Naughty.
I hope you all enjoy my 2nd Annual Christmas Special...Merry Christmas 2017 and a Happy New Year!!
Join me for an exciting interview with actor Andrew Kavadas the man behind the voice of Arthur King from King Arthur and the Knights of Justice. This was by far one of my absolute favorite animated shows growing up as it dealt with Arthurian Legend, King Arthur. History has always been one of my favorite subjects and that combined with an amazing voice cast, dealing with King Arthur and his Knights in a unique and mythical way was mind blowing as a kid. If you haven't seen this series I highly recommend King Arthur and the Knights of Justice to anyone and everyone. I have always thought the concept of this show would make an excellent live action movie. Anyway, not only did Andrew voice King Arthur aka Arthur King. He also voiced Simon Belmont on Captain N: The Game Master. Last December we had actor Matt Hill on the show who was the voice behind Captain N so I hope you will all check that episode out as well. Andrew has had a very unique and diverse career in voiceover and it was a true honor and pleasure having him on the show. I hope you all enjoy todays 96th episode with, Andrew Kavadas.
Join me for this Tribute episode to Mel Blanc, "The Man of 1,000 Voices". Mel Blanc was literally the voice of over 1,000 characters for studios such as Warner Brothers, Hanna-Barbera, and lots of others. Mel was the voice of Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Tweety Bird, Sylvester the cat, Porky Pig, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Barney Rubble from the Flintstones, and Mr. Spacely from the Jetsons just to name a few of his amazing character voices. I hope you all enjoy this look into the life and career of one of the most amazing actors to ever live. Now on with the show my, today is my 95th episode and tribute to, Mel Blanc.
Join me as we take a trip to Paris France today to visit with our Special Guest, Pierre Maubouché. Pierre is very funny and very insightful and has lots of great stories and advice for up and coming voiceover actors and pros alike. With his diverse background in radio, writing copy, acting and more you are sure to learn some new techniques and advice that you can apply to your life and career. Pierre talks about his work voicing everything from Dolce and Gabbana Light Blue, to Coca-Cola, ESPN France, Discovery France and so much more. I learned a lot of new things from Pierre and had a blast doing it all in the process. I hope you all find this interview as enlightening and as funny as I did. Thank you all for joining me for my 94th episode with Special Guest, Pierre Maubouché. Enjoy!!
Join me as we take a journey into the life, career, and advice of Laila Berzins. She is a fun, vibrant, and very versatile actress in the world of voiceover. Laila is still spreading her wings in the world of VO and is coming out in new projects all the time so keep an eye on her IMDb page as new projects come out for your listening, gaming, and viewing pleasure. We had the chance to talk about her work on projects such as Star Trek Online, The Son of Bigfoot, The Wild Life, and so much more. I hope you all enjoy my 93rd episode with Special Guest, Laila Berzins.
Join me for this in-depth look into the career of both Abby Cluster and her father Chris Collins better known as Chris Latta. Abby is newer to the voiceover scene but has been breaking into the world of voiceover through industrial projects, telephony, and more. But, Abby is no stranger when it comes to acting as she is also a great lover of the stage. Just this year, 2017, Abby got to play Tracy Turnblad in the fantastic musical called "Hairspray". I had a great time getting to know Abby and also being able to learn some about her father as well. Abby and I talked about her father Chris and she shares some very special memories from the past with us that are truly very sweet. Chris Latta as I knew him best growing up was my favorite villains from my favorite cartoons Transformers and G. I. Joe. As you may already know Chris was the voice of Starscream and Cobra Commander who are two of the most iconic animation villain voices to this very day. In fact his voices for both characters left such an impact on Transformers & G. I. Joe fans that iterations of the characters today still closely resemble the take Chris had on these beloved villains we love to hate. I hope you all enjoy my 92nd episode with Special Guest, Abby Cluster and this Tribute to her father Chris Latta.
Join me for an Exciting Adventure with Cal Dodd the voice of Wolverine from X-Men: The Animated Series. We talk Wolverine, we talk Slappy the dummy from Goosebumps, and lots more. We also dive a little into Cal's stage acting and singing and we talk about the correlations between Cal Dodd and Hugh Jackman. For those who don't know Cal Dodd and Hugh Jackman are both song and dance guys, the actors who portrayed Wolverine, they both played the lead Curley in the musical "Oklahoma", and so much more. These two men are the Wolverines we love and they are so extremely talented in so many other ways. Cal and I had an absolute BLAST recording this interview for you and I hope it brings lots of insight, smiles, and laughter your way. Cal even busts into song for us from one of my absolute favorite musicals "Les Miserables - Bring Him Home" which is also a song Hugh Jackman sang in the movie version. So not only do you get an amazing interview today but you also get a (Sing-A-Long Song) with Wolverine. I hope you all enjoy my 91st episode with Special Guest, Cal Dodd.
Join me for an intellectually stimulating conversation with the Master of Poetry himself none other than Beast from X-Men: The Animated Series. This wonderful character was voiced by the very talented and kind George Buza. George and his cast of X-Men: The Animated Series were the first emersion for me into the world of Marvel and X-Men. Without this amazing show I wouldn't be as much of an X-Men fan as I am today. Not only do we talk about the amazing role of Beast that George voiced for 5 seasons, but we also talk about his work as Chief Chirpa from Star Wars: Ewoks the 1985 animated show. We also talk about his work on Beyblade as Grandpa Granger. This show was one of the first Anime shows I remember watching with my little brothers and I think it was the starting point for both of my brothers becoming very big fans of Anime. We have some really fun times and a lot of laughs on today's episode. I hope you all enjoy my 90th episode with Special Guest, George Buza.
Join me as we take flight with Lenore Zann the actress who voiced Rogue from X-Men: The Animated Series. This show aired back on October 31st, 1992 so this year we are celebrating 25 years of X-Men: The Animated Series. Lenore is a very sweet woman with a heart for sharing her story, career, advice, and more with each and everyone of us. Rogue has always been one of my absolute favorite X-Men and its because of Lenore and her amazing cast members that helped introduce me to the X-Men and to the world of Marvel that made me the fan of X-Men and Marvel that I am today. Some other amazing roles Lenore was privileged to voice were characters like Tigra from Avengers: United They Stand, Aisha Clan-Clan from Outlaw Star, and Star Catcher from My Little Pony just to name a few of the other amazing roles she had the opportunity to voice. I hope you all enjoy my 89th episode with Special Guest, Lenore Zann.
Join me as we dive into the life and career of actor Andy Field the voice of Hand Unit from Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. His character has become an icon amongst people of all ages but especially among the preteen to mid 20s age range. His character is best know for saying the phrase, "Exotic Butters" and has been turned into countless songs that have been remixed to dance, trance and just plain upbeat music. Andy is also a Reservist in the Army and has been serving his country now for nearly 30 years. Andy has a true passion for teaching and sharing what he has learned and it is evident in the way he talks with me that he wants people to know all about his career path and perhaps a way you could join the world of voiceover as well. Be prepared for a fun and adventurous time on todays 88th Episode. I hope you all enjoy my interview with Special Guest, Andy Field.
Hello Kiddies, today we are diving into a grave of a story that is just bound to leave you asking for your Mummy. This interview is bound to give you a feeling of dreadful delight this Halloween 2017. I am so excited to be welcoming actor John Kassir to the show where we talk about his role as the Crypt Keeper from HBO's "Tales from the Crypt" as well as the animated show called "Tales from the Cryptkeeper". John is an extremely talented actor who has worked on shows like, "Ben 10", "Adventure Time" as the Ice King, he voiced several characters from "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command", PLATO from "Team Knight Rider", he also got to voice Bugs Bunny and Buster Bunny on Tiny Toon Adventures, he voiced the Dragon on the reboot of Pete's Dragon, as well as voicing Meeko the Racoon from Disney's Pocahontas and he voiced some of the hordes of Apes from "War of the Planet of the Apes". These are just some of the amazing projects that John has been able to work on over the course of his career. I hope you all enjoy today's 2nd Annual Halloween Special, Episode #87, with Special Guest, John Kassir.
Join me for an exciting interview with Fred Frees as we talk about his life, career, and his father Paul Frees. Fred has voiced for lots of different audiobooks, commercials, promos and more. Two of the audiobooks he has voiced were for: Welcome, Foolish Mortals, Revised Edition: The Life and Voices of Paul Frees and Mel Blanc: The Man of a Thousand Voices. We talk about where the passion for his voiceover career came from, what his fondest moments of his father are and so much more. Regarding Paul Frees we talk about a ton of his characters like the talking rings from the 1960 movie "The Time Machine", Burgermeister Mesiterburger from Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town, KARR from Knight Rider, Pilsbury Doughboy, Toucan Sam for Fruit Loops, The Ghost Host from Disney's the Haunted Mansion, and so many other wonderful projects that are bound to put a big smile on your face. I hope you all enjoy my 86th episode and tribute to Paul Frees and todays Special Guest, Fred Frees.
Join me for an Explosive and Action packed Episode with actor David Kaye. He is best know for characters such as Megatron from Beast Wars, Clank from the Ratchet and Clank franchise, Baron Zemo from Avengers Assemble and tons more. We dive into a fraction of the amazing roles he has gotten to voice because well he has done a ton of acting in the voiceover industry. David has a booming voice that is soothing and gentle all at the same time. We dive into his background in the world of radio which was the doorway for David to become involved with the voiceover industry. His story really unfolds in a very unique, fresh and fascinating tale. I hope you all enjoy todays 85th Episode with actor David Kaye.
Join me for this in-depth look into the life and career of Brad Venable. Brad and I met and got to know each other 6 years ago and we play catch up as life has kept us apart since our initial meeting. Since I knew him his career has really grown a lot and he has gotten the opportunity to be on some amazing Franchises such as Dragon Ball Super, Attack on Tita, One Piece, and lots more. We dive into some fun behind the scenes stories, advice, and lots more. It was a lot of fun catching up and also learning from Brad during our interview. I found a lot of his words to be like little Golden Nuggets of Awesomeness and I hope you do too. I hope you all enjoy my 84th Episode with Special Guest, Brad Venable.