Posts Tagged ‘Voice Acting’
Actor Susie Essman has spoken to the Fresno Bee about her role as the voice of the cynical cat Mittens in Disney’s new movie Bolt. Essman discusses the leeway she was given to improvise line readings during the recording sessions and the reasons why she loves her character.
GhibliWorld.com is reporting that Matt Damon, Tina Fey, Cate Blanchett, Liam Neeson, Lily Tomlin, Betty White, Fankie Jonas, Noah Cyrys and Cloris Leachman will be in the English dub cast for Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, the newest movie from director Hayao Miyazaki. The US version is produced by Frank Marshall and Kathleen […]
The New York Times has profiled actress Pamela Adlon (free registration required) and her balancing act between her life as a mother and her two radically different acting jobs: as the voice of Bobby Hill on King of the Hill and as Marcy Runkle in the Showtime series Californication. The article also covers her difficult […]
The Boston Herald has spoken with John Travolta on his first voice-acting role as the title character in Disney’s Bolt, which opens today. Travolta discusses how his competitive nature caused him to wait to do an animated character’s voice and how the movie affected him.
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Tara Strong, voice of many favorite cartoon characters over the last two decades, reported recently that she had accidentally slipped and broken her ankle. She returned home from surgery on October 31, 2008, and is in recovery thanks lots of help and love from family and friends. Her foot is in a cast and she […]
Saturday afternoon was voice actor time at the 2008 New York Anime Festival, with the Voice Acting and the City panel, bringing together New York City’s finest voice acting talent to talk about their work. The first panelists to arrive were Mandy Bonhomme (Komaki in Kujibiki Unbalance, Juri in Revolutionary Girl Utena, and Mimi and […]
The New York Anime Festival played host to 3 of the voice actors from the new series Gurren Lagann: Tony Oliver (who also serves as the voice director), Kyle Hebert, and Steve Blum. Also in attendance were Bandai producer Toshifumi Yoshida and Hiroe Tsukamoto of Aniplex of America. During the panel, Oliver said that they […]
The Pegasus News has posted two podcast interviews with voice actor Bob Bergen, best known as the voice of Porky Pig in modern-day Looney Tunes cartoons. The interviews cover his career as a voice actor, the state of the industry at the moment, his views on voice acting and the need for voice actors to […]
Bang Zoom! Entertainment has announced a one-day voice acting class to be held September 28, 2008, at John Marshall Sound in Manhattan NY from 10:00am-6:00pm. The class is $350US. Details and registration are available at Bang Zoom!’s Adventures in Voice Acting website. [Source: Anime News Network]