Voice legend Rob Paulsen to KamiCon, Jan. 31-Feb. 2
Name still not familiar? What about Pinky from "Pinky and the Brain"? Yakko from "Animaniacs"?
Not only that, but his own story over the past two years has provided him with new inspiration:
His recovery is marked by some remarkable news regarding his most beloved projects. Rob is back on the road with "Animaniacs in Concert!" a raucous celebration of animation, music, and comedy where the show's best-loved songs (by composer and fellow "Animaniacs in Concert!" performer Randy Rogel) are performed alongside the cartoons in concert and symphony halls across the country and new "Animaniacs"
With his new lease on life giving him an even deeper perspective on the meaning of his work, Paulsen has rededicated himself to bringing joy and happiness to his fans, particularly the ones who inspired him along the way. Having made hundreds of friends among sick children and their families over the course of his career, their stories provided him with great hope and determination during his recent health scare, and he's already finding more ways to give back. His memoir, "Voice Lessons," from Start Publishing was released on October 8th, 2019.
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