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Dec 13

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Photo of Me from “I Am My Own Wife” is at Grunderzeit Museum in Berlin!

Small World Department: I’m really excited about this bit of news:  Once again, the magic of Lewis Carroll makes itself felt in surprising ways. As many of you know, I’m a big fan of Lewis Carroll, and even recently served for four years as President of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America.  Currently, I […]

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Dec 13

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The Terminal B Sitcom Pilot is Now Available on Vimeo and YouTube!

I’m very excited to announce that the full pilot for the Terminal B sitcom I worked on earlier this year is now available online!  This project was a lot of fun, and I hope it will raise enough interest and funding to allow us to make at least a full season with these great characters. The new […]

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Oct 10

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Praise for my Nonsense Poem Audio Recordings

I was delighted to learn that Jenny Woolf, author of the fascinating new biography The Mystery of Lewis Carroll, greatly enjoyed the two free nonsense poem audio downloads I created for Storypods Audiobooks over in Oxford, England.  On her Facebook page, Jenny wrote: “I’ve been in email correspondence with Andrew Sellon, ...

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Oct 10

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Voiceover for e-Learning for Kids Guided Tour

If you have or know kids grades 1-6, check out this great free e-Learning site! I contributed the voiceovers for the Guided Tour, and all the content is created by e-Learning professionals volunteering their time, which I think is fantastic.  Kids don’t need to register to use the site, so parents don’t have to worry ...

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Sep 10

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Storypods Nonsense Poem Voiceovers

I became acquainted with Liz and Francis, the brains behind the Oxford-based Storypods Audiobooks when I reviewed their charming audio production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a couple of years ago.  This year, Liz told me they were going to sponsor a nonsense writing competition, and asked me to be one of their ...

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Sep 10

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e-Learning for Kids Guided Tour Voiceover

When I presented my eLearning voiceovers seminar at the eLearning Guild’s March 2010 conference in Orlando, I met a lot of bright, creative, super-friendly people.  One of those folks was Michael Williams, who is Director of Courseware Development for a great non-profit called “e-Learning for Kids.”  They run a ...

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Aug 10

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The Final Episode of The Disengaged Dozen is Now On YouTube!

Well, this is it.  The end of the road.  At least for my Disengaged Dozen series of video ads.  Episode 6, the last of the series, has just been posted on YouTube.  This time, my character (Benny the Boss) has to contend with an employee who just can’t seem to manage his time.  Know anyone like […]

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Aug 10

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Episode 4 of The Disengaged Dozen is Now on YouTube

I’m back online in part four of the six-part series The Disengaged Dozen.  This time, my character Benny the Boss is faced with employee Sandy Bagger, an unhappy and devious camper determined to pull the rug out from under Benny.  David Perlman is a hoot as Sandy, and I had great fun playing straight man […]

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Jul 10

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Episode 3 of The Disengaged Dozen is now on YouTube

This week, I return as Benny the Boss in the 6-part sitcom series The Disengaged Dozen.  My co-star (or is that co-conspirator?) is the very funny Fleur Phillips, who, when not playing withholding killjoy Cher Nothing, is in fact both lovely and delightful.  Once again, Benny must find a way to re-engage an eccentric and wayward ...

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Jul 10

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Episode 2 of The Disengaged Dozen is Now on YouTube

Episode 2 of “The Disengaged Dozen” is now online!  Just click the image on the right to launch the video on YouTube.  This time my character Benny the Boss helps out Nervous Neddie, an employee so terrified of something going wrong that he can’t get anything right.  It turns out that Guy Olivieri, who makes […]

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