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Joey Camen: Comic, Voiceover Actor, Author

Joey Camen—a veteran comedian and voiceover actor who has just published his first book, “My Life With Snoopy: How One Shelter Dog’s Love Changed A Man’s Life And Other Tails Of Adventure”—begins the interview doing the voice of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Read more…

Fred Willard, comedian, actor, animal guy

Comedian, actor and improviser Fred Willard—who delivered a legendary performance as TV commentator Buck Laughlin in “Best In Show,’ the classic Christopher Guest-directed mockumentary set in a canine competition not unlike the Westminster Dog Show—discusses an array of topics, including animals, “Best In Show,” animal welfare organizations, comedy, Twitter, his birthday, his cat Mittenz, Hawaii, and more.   Read more…

Tom Kenny, voice of SpongeBob SquarePants & other talking animals

         Tom_Kenny_by_Gage_SkidmoreTom Kenny–actor, comedian, musician and voiceover actor extraordinaire, perhaps best known as the voice of SpongeBob SquarePants–discusses how, unlike some stand-up comedians, who wander into voiceover or do it as a peripheral activity while pursuing TV/film roles or greater heights in stand-up, he was always passionate about voiceover and animation. Read more…

Paula Poundstone, Comedian & Cat Fancier Extraordinaire

Paula Poundstone–veteran comedian perhaps best known as a regular panelist on NPR’s popular weekly quiz show, “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me” and cat fancier extraordinaire–provides an update on her family’s current feline population (holding steady at 16), recent behavioral challenges amidst the brood, and more. Read more…

Kevin Nealon, comedian-actor-animal advocate

Kevin Nealon–the comedian, actor and longtime animal advocate who stars as pot-loving accountant Doug Wilson in the Showtime series “Weeds,” and earlier in his career, enjoyed nearly a decade stint on “Saturday Night Live”–discusses starting to shoot the eighth and what may be the final season of “Weeds,” Read more…