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Adult Swim Voice Actor Performs for Live Show in Atlanta

by Craig Crumptonon May 28, 2010
Voice actor Scott Hilley (Adult Swim’s Squidbillies, Aqua Teen Hunger Force) is starring in and directing “The Golden Age Radio Show” at Expressions Theatre and Film in Atlanta, GA on Saturday, May 29th at 7:30 PM. This family-friendly event — a live radio theatre-style production — will feature performances from episodes of two classic “old […]

Update: New G.I. Joe Series Show Details Revealed

by Craig Crumptonon May 6, 2010
ForcesofGeek has coverage of Hasbro’s presentation from the recent JoeCon (G.I. Joe fan convention) where it was officially announced that the title for the new series is G.I. Joe Renegades. Of note from these reports is that the first season will include: – A 2-part pilot with a total of 26 episodes. – Snake Eyes […]

Atlanta Casting Company Seeking Aisha Tyler Body Double for ‘Archer’

by Craig Crumptonon April 29, 2010
Posted via Facebook by Extras Casting Atlanta on Wednesday, April 28 at 11:38 AM: We are looking for a body double for an Aisha [Tyler] type. 5’10”-5’11” African American Female model skinny ASAP for a MAJOR NETWORK CARTOON. Pay is at least $200 for the day. Please submit pictures,age and phone number to: Subject: […]

JEM! Voice Actor Samantha Newark Performing in Atlanta May 1st

by Craig Crumptonon April 26, 2010
Voice Actors in the News reports that Samantha Newark (JEM! and the Holograms, Transformers) will be performing live in concert on Saturday, May 1st at 8:00 PM as part of the “Free Comic Book Day” festivities at Galactic Quest comic shop in Lawrenceville, GA. Please visit for event location and details.

Hasbro Studios Developing 25 Productions for ‘The Hub’

by Craig Crumptonon April 26, 2010
In an interview published April 26th on, Hasbro Studios president Stephen Davis reveals that they have “approximately 25 productions underway” for “The Hub,” Hasbro’s new joint TV network venture with Discovery launching October 10th, 2010. Mentioned again are the three previously-announced properties in development as TV series — Transformers, G.I. Joe and My Little […]

RIP Eddie Carroll, Voice of Jiminy Cricket (Updated)

by Craig Crumptonon April 7, 2010
The International Jack Benny Fan Club is reporting that Eddie Carroll, voice of iconic Disney character Jiminy Cricket since 1973, has passed away at the age of 76. Carroll assumed the role after the death of Cliff Edwards in 1971 and had voiced the famous cricket for all manner of Disney media over the course […]

Cast Details for New Scooby-Doo D2V and ‘Mystery Inc.’ Series

by Craig Crumptonon April 3, 2010
Voice Actors in the News is confirming some of the supporting voice cast for a new direct-to-video animated feature Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare: Tara Strong, Phil LaMarr and Lauren Tom. Scott Menville is also mentioned, although it has not yet been confirmed whether he will be voicing Shaggy for this feature as he did for Shaggy […]

Adult Swim’s C. Martin Croker Hosts Atlanta Film Show Events

by Craig Crumptonon March 3, 2010
C. Martin Croker (The Brak Show, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast) will be hosting encores of two of his prior “Bizarro Saturday Morning” shows at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, GA on March 16th and 20th, 2010. Show description and details are available at via Voice Actors in the News

Family Guy, American Dad, Simpsons ‘Currently Casting’

by Craig Crumptonon February 8, 2010
Voice Actors in the News has a list (via and another undisclosed source) of contact info for the casting directors of Family Guy, American Dad and The Simpsons. Surprisingly included by is King of the Hill, which FOX previously announced was canceled. Also worth noting is that Robot Chicken is listed as “on […]

Briefly: Animation Filmmakers Interviewed

by Craig Crumptonon January 7, 2010
The Hollywood Reporter has an article interviewing a number of noted talents in animation discussing the writing process: Phil Lord, director/co-writer on Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs Pete Docter, director/co-writer of Up Ron Clements and John Musker, co-directors of The Princess and the Frog Rob Edwards, writer on The Princess and the Frog Rob […]