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Here's your chance to learn about Maurice LaMarche

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 17th 2006 3:03PM

maurice lamarcheMaurice LaMarche is a voice actor who has done more cartoons than you can shake a stick at. Just to reference a few, he played Dizzy Devil on Tiny Toons, The Brain on Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain, and most recently did the voice of Kif and Calculon (among others) on Futurama. The Canadian-born LaMarche started out doing stand-up comedy and eventually moved to voice acting. Quick Stop Entertainment has a really long interview with the man, so if you're into voice acting, and every single thing Maurice has ever done in his life, you should check it out. Also, if you want to read about someone from Canada bashing the country he came from, it's good for that as well.

[via Mark Evanier]

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Joel

Jeez... I was looking at that and was saying... pheh, that was no longer than my interview with Billy West. Then I noticed the links at the bottom to *all five pages*. Holy shit. I've seen shorter interviews in Playboy.

August 20 2006 at 10:23 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Scott

Wow. You weren't kidding about that being a REALLY long interview! I'm a huge fan of LaMarche and his work on "The Critic", "Futurama", and of course "Pinky and the Brain", and I'm glad I read the parts of the interview pertaining to them. Thanks for the link.

But overall, it made me truly appreciate what EDITORS do (and didn't here).

August 18 2006 at 12:38 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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