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Billy West Interviewed on Paul Harris Radio Show

St. Louis radio personality Paul Harris has posted an audio file of his recent interview with voice actor Billy West, who spoke about the state of Futurama on Comedy Central and some of the unpleasant experiences he’s had as a voice actor. The file is in MP3 format. (via Mark Evanier’s weblog)

USA Today Speaks to Voice of Optimus Prime

USA Today‘s Pop Candy weblog has published an interview with Peter Cullen, best known to animation fans as the voice of The Transformers’ Optimus Prime. Cullen delves into how he landed the role, the influences that he pulls in for his performance, and the status of his role as the voice of Optimus Prime in […]

Edward Laurence Albert 1951 - 2006

Actor Edward Laurence Albert passed away on Friday, September 22, at the age of 55 due to lung cancer. Albert was the voice actor for Matt Murdock/Daredevil in the mid-1990’s Spider-Man animated series, and also provided voices for the 1990’s Fantastic Four, Extreme Ghostbusters, and Invasion America.

The History of Elmer Fudd's Original Voice Actor

Animation World Magazine has published an in-depth article about Arthur Q. Bryan, the original voice actor for Elmer Fudd. The article covers Bryan’s career as an actor in both voiceover and live-action roles. (via Mark Evanier’s weblog, which goes on to clarify the other voice actors who have lent their voices to Fudd, including Mel […]

Bang Zoom! Offers 1-Day Voice Actor Boot Camps

Bang Zoom! Entertainment has announced several one-day “Voice Actor Boot Camp” sessions from September to November to explain the tricks of the voice acting trade. The courses will be taught by Lex Lang (Rurouni Kenshin, Avatar: the Last Airbender, and Justice League Unlimited) and Sandy Fox (Chobits, Ghost in the Shell, and .Hack//SIGN). Classes are […]

Quick Stop Entertainment Interviews Maurice LaMarche

The Quick Stop Entertainment website has posted a long interview with voice actor Maurice LaMarche, covering his formative years in Canada, his start in stand-up comedy, and his long and varied career in voice acting. (via Mark Evanier’s weblog)

NY Times on "The State of the Art of the Anime Dub"

The New York Times examines the art of dubbing anime in an article published in the Sunday Arts & Leisure section (registration required). The article covers the gamut of challenges that face anime dubbers, including language and cultural translation issues, casting, “matching the flaps” of Japanese dialogue in an English translation, and generating chemistry between […]

Actor J.K. Simmons on Spidey's JJJ, "JLU"'s Gen. Eiling

Newsarama.com has interviewed actor J.K. Simmons, focusing primarily on his roles as Asst. Police Chief Will Pope in The Closer, as Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man feature films, and as General Wade Eiling in Justice League Unlimited. The latter role arose due to his voice-over work in commercials and has led […]

Wanda Sykes Talks "Over the Hedge" Voice Acting Job

Comedienne Wanda Sykes has been interviewed by ComingSoon.net about her role as Stella the skunk in the upcoming CGI animated film Over the Hedge, including the amount of improvisation she was allowed to do, the differences between live-action and voice-over acting, and why she dislikes the adjective “sassy.” The movie is based on the newspaper […]

"Nausicaa" Voice Actor to Appear at Anime Boston

Sumi Shimamoto will be appearing at the Anime Boston convention, which runs from May 26-28. Shimamoto is the voice actress for the title character of Studio Ghibli’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Winds, and has also provided voices for Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro, My Neighbor Totoro, and Princess Mononoke. (via Nausicaa.net)

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