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Apr 12

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New Trailer for The Hunting of The Snark!

Here’s an adorable trailer for the upcoming claymation feature film inspired by Lewis Carroll’s immortal nonsense poem, The Hunting of the Snark.  It’s written and directed by Saranne Bensusan.  I’m not featured in this trailer, but I contributed the voice of the Judge to the Barrister’s Dream ...

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Feb 12

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First Look at the Living Skeleton Character I Voiced

I recently contributed my voice to an animated short film being created by the very talented writer/director/animator Alexandra Huzsvai.  The piece is called Majnun’s Dream Theater Shadow Show, and I play the role of The Living Skeleton, a mysterious character who appears before the heroine when things look bleak.  I’m ...

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Jan 12

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A New Animation Voiceover Project!

After two rounds of audio auditions, I’m happy to say I landed a cool role in an animated short film called Majnun’s Dream Theater Shadow Show which is being created by talented filmmaker Alexandra Huzsvai.  I’m very excited about this piece because the script is beautifully written, and it takes a fascinating and ...

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Aug 11

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Smurfing USA!

On Sunday, Tim and I went to see the Smurfs movie in 3D with our nephew Nicholas, his mom Patty, Tim’s brother Danny, and his wife Ginny.  We went to the brand new Ridge Hill multiplex here in Yonkers–it’s one of the only things open in this massive development (which is so big they may actually […]

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Jul 11

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The Smurfs Movie Is Out!

Well, today’s the day I make my major motion picture debut.  I play a silent waiter who runs afoul of the villain during a tasteful dinner at the Russian Tea Room.  The scene lasts all of a minute (if they kept the whole thing), but if it’s as funny on film as it was while […]

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May 11

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Smurfs 3D Movie Premieres July 29th!

At long last, the premiere of The Smurfs movie is almost here!  The date has been moved up from August to July 29th.  And today, I received a call from a woman checking the spelling of all the names to appear in the credits, and she confirmed that my little 30-second scene made the final […]

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