Voice Legends Rob Paulsen and Jess Harnell

The characters are famous. It’s not false modesty. No, we don’t draw them. We don’t write them. But there is something about the soul and the voice, and I think the two, in this instance, are absolutely, inextricably linked. And when it’s done well, when you have people like Steven Spielberg all the way down, who are the best of the best, top of the line. Then you really have to work to screw it up.” – Rob Paulson.

Recorded at the recent MCM London Expo, this unforgettable episode features a sit-down with voice acting legends Rob Paulsen and Jess Harnell. Dive into the fascinating world of animation with the voices behind iconic characters like Yakko Warner, Pinky, and Wakko Warner from “Animaniacs.”

The conversation is filled with humour and camaraderie as Paulsen and Harnell share their industry experiences and discuss the impact their characters have had on multiple generations of fans.

They reflect on the joy of making people smile through their work and express their gratitude for being part of something that brings happiness to so many.

Whether you’re an animation enthusiast or an aspiring voice actor, this episode is packed with inspiration and entertainment. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to hear from two of the industry’s most beloved talents! Tune in now!

  • Rob Paulson: Rob Paulson is a voice actor known for his work in various animated series and films. He has lent his voice to iconic characters such as Yakko Warner in “Animaniacs,” Pinky in “Pinky and the Brain,” and Raphael in the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series. With a career spanning over 40 years, Paulson has become one of the most recognisable voices in the industry.
  • Jess Harnell: Jess Harnell is a voice actor and singer known for his work in animated series and films. He is best known for his role as Wakko Warner in “Animaniacs” and Ironhide in the “Transformers” franchise

Running Down Corridors-Space Babies/The Devil’s Chord

Welcome, Doctor Who Fans, to Our Latest Episode!

This week, we’re excited to share our thoughts on the first two episodes of the new season: Space Babies and The Devil’s Chord, written by Russell T Davies and starring Ncuti Gatwa and Millie Gibson. Without any major news to cover, we jump straight into our review and discussion.

Join us as we explore this new era of Doctor Who and provide our insights on the latest adventures of The Fifteenth Doctor.

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