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Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen

By Rob Paulsen and Nerdist Industries

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Rob Paulsen, one of the most accomplished and well-known voice actors of our time, sits down with various other voice actors to discuss their experiences! And yes, of course, there'll be plenty of voice acting games from script-reading to re-enacting famous film scenes with cartoon character voices.

Customer Reviews

Good fun but

I have been enjoying this podcast for a while. The only mix up I found was that The recent podcast Labeled as David Hayter but was Dante Basco. If this is An early April fools joke. You got me .

Love it!

As a lifelong fan of animation, it’s great to get to know the people behind the voices. Voice acting is an under appreciated but important role in entertainment. The script reading at the end is always a hoot! Thank you!

Okay but repetitive

The podcast is okay. Cool guests but every episode is literally the same. Here is the formula:
-guest comes on, talks about how they got started but had NO IDEA that they would end up where they are today
-name-drop industry people until they run out of breath
-pat each other on the back for being SO awesome
-“I get paid to do what I love and that is incredible”
-maybe somewhere in there is a cool behind-the-scenes tidbit about a movie you like?
-humble brag
-script read

After listening to a few, I would just start fast forwarding to the script-reads (which got me interested initially) and be done. I’m not saying it’s a bad show, I just got tired of Rob having the same conversation every episode with a different person.