Who is your favorite character that you have voiced?
I had a lot of fun doing The Tick… Kronk was the first Disney movie I got to work on and that was a great experience. They’re both right up there.
How did you end up getting to do the voice of Kronk?
A lot of the time they will have a character drawn out and have a story, but they don’t know what a character sounds like until somebody comes in a shows them. Since Disney is very secretive with their scripts I was only given a few pages. I didn’t know what Kronk was. Was he an ogor, a monster, or robot. He seemed like a renissance henchmen since he cooked, so I figured he sounds like he had a little more like a sensitive guy, kind of like a transvestite.
Did you want to do voices as a kid? And if so, what did they sound like?
I was the smallest kid in High School, 95lbs and wearing coke bottle glasses, I’m blind as a bat, but I would do John Wayne. You had this 95lb kid walking around doing John Wayne impressions.
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Where does this adrenaline junking come from?
I was filming for 6 weeks ago and fractured my foot. It really hurt. I thought about where it comes from and I just like the rush of jumping out of an airplane. It’s a sport. Maybe it’s the on edge stuff we do like MMA, jumping from bridges and airplanes. I have a little girl that does front flips in my living room and have Cami who plays with nun-chucks. I don’t really know where it comes from but it really keeps us on our toes and keeps me alive.
If you can be any color Ranger what would it be?
I love the Green Ranger. I love the original cast. But things started getting weird and crazy. Changes kept happening and I kept changing suits. I never regret anything and I can what I want. I love having no pressure. To me, it wasn’t about the color. It was annoying but every season has memories and all different. I grew up with most of these guys. It’s not about money or anything. It’s my choice. I want all my fans to be happy.
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Salt Lake Comic Con CEO Dan Farr stopped by Radio From Hell today to talk about the current controversy surround Comic Con. Last weekend news broke that San Diego Comic Con had issued Salt Lake Comic Con a cease-and-desist from using the pharse"Comic Con" in their name. Dan explains how this cease and desist would not only affect Salt Lake, but every Comic Con around the world.
Many fans thought the cease-and-desist was related to the Salt Lake Comic Con Audi that was brought to San Diego Comic Con. Dan quickly squashed those rumors and stated that the cease-and-desist was issued while the car was in transit to San Diego.
Dan also discussed many of the upcoming Salt Lake Comic Con guests, as well as shared some stories from his recent visit to San Diego Comic Con that feature Matt Smith and Manu Bennett taking the Salt Lake Comic Con Audi out for a drive.
Check out full videos of the interview below as well as the Salt Lake Comic Con Audi
Salt Lake Comic Con returns to the Salt Palace September 4-6.
For more information visit saltlakecomiccon.com
The Salt Lake Comic Con Audi
Dan Farr on Radio From Hell (Part 1)
Dan Farr on Radio From Hell (Part 2)
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The Caped Crusader is 75 this year and not only can you pick up 750 different Batman titles for only 99 cents (more on that here), but the good-natured folks at the Salt Lake Comic Con have an announcement for the main event coming up September 4th through the 6th at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Not only can you revel in their already amazing line-up of guests (click here to see for yourself), but added to the list is Kevin Conroy who voiced Batman on the ever-favorite "Batman: The Animated Series."
Happy Bat Day everyone!
Plenty more the 2014 Salt Lake Comic Con here!
And enjoy this 75th Anniversary short from DC Comics.
Boba Fett kicked off festivities yesterday at The Leonardo to announce the 2014 Salt Lake Comic Con, which will be held September 4th - 6th at the Salt Palace Convention Center.
With the announcement of the when also came the who. The first six guests were announced yesterday had the room filled with applause as each name was announced. Fans can revel in the fact that Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, Hercules, Burn Notice), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Saw), Ernie Hudson, Sam Witter (Battlestar Galactica), John Barrowman (Doctor Who) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future, Angels in the Outfield, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and a hundred other movies) will be attending. These are just six of the over two-hundred guests organizers promised.
Salt Lake Comic Con Founder and Show Producer, Dan Farr, said, "The continued fan support of these events allows us to expand Salt Lake Comic Con, already the largest convention in the state, and continue to attract the best celebrities, comic creators and vendors to Utah." He also mentions they will be expanding cosplay features, a strong focus on comic books and their creators, premiers, Salt Lake Comic Con Film Festival, Video Games Live Night with the Utah Symphony, discounted passes and much more.
Speaking of tickets, they are on sale now by clicking here. There are three tiers of pricing. It's a good idea to buy now. You can get a multipass for only $30. There is a new gold pass this year and of course, the coveted VIP pass. There are also high school and college discounts.
Salt Lake Comic Con FanX, which was held in April, brought in over 100,000 people and last year's Comic Con pulled 72,000. If this trend continues the 2014 Comic Con could be the biggest party Utah has seen since the 2012 Olympic Games. Bring it on.
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