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Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen featuring Pamela Adlon and April Winchell

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Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen featuring Pamela Adlon and April Winchell
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:00 PM
Hollywood Improv, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Door Time: 6:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Showroom: Main Room
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  • Pam Adlon

    Pam Adlon

    Pam Adlon is a familiar face in front of the camera, a memorable voice in animation and boasts diverse credits in film and television. She is probably best known for her role as the unpredictable Marcy in Showtime’s “Californication” and has also won an Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for her portrayal of Bobby Hill on Mike Judge’s animated series “King of the Hill.”

    Raised in both New York and Los Angeles, Adlon has been acting since she was 12 years old. She made her film debut in “Grease 2” and has since appeared on the big screen in “Say Anything,” “Bed of Roses” and “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.” Additional feature film credits include “Sgt. Bilko,” “Eat Your Heart Out,” “Plump Fiction” and “Some Girl.” Adlon has also done extensive voice work, including roles in the animated features “Teacher’s Pet,” “Recess: School’s Out” and “Vampire Hunter D.”

    She has lent her voice to numerous animated shows, including “Squirrel Boy,” “Mighty B,” “King Fu Panda,” “Jakers! The Adventure of Piggley Winks,” “Kid Notorious,” "El Tigre," “Time Squad,” “Recess,” “Lloyd in Space,” “Rocket Power” and “All Growed Up,” as well as the popular “Pajama Sam” CD-ROM games. Her additional voice credits include “The Oblongs,” “Pepper Ann,” “Quack Pack,” “Zombie College,” “Jungle Cubs” and “101 Dalmatians,” among many others. Along with working on "Californication,” Adlon has appeared on several episodes of “Boston Legal,” “The Wedding Bells,” ”Head Case,” HBO’s “Unscripted” and opposite Louis C.K. on HBO’s “Lucky Louie.” She is also a producer on Louis C.K.’s f/x series ”Louie.”

  • April Winchell

    April Winchell

    April Winchell has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in the entertainment business, owing in large part to her extremely limited attention span. She has hosted her own popular talk radio show, written for the classic sitcom, "Roseanne," voiced hundreds of animated movies and television programs (her father, the late Paul Winchell, was the original voice of Tigger), and as a copywriter and producer, has won every major advertising award in the world. In October of 2009, she created the hit website Regretsy.com, which led to the publication of "Regretsy: Where DIY meets WTF" (Random House). April can currently be heard as Jack McBrayer's horse in Disney's Wander over Yonder.

  • Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

The world-famous Hollywood Improv is proud to invite you to join Emmy and Annie award winner Rob Paulsen as he talks about his experiences in voice acting!

About Rob Paulsen:
Born in Detroit, Rob Paulsen spent his childhood in Livonia and Rochester, attending Junior and Senior high school in Grand Blanc, Michigan. Rob loved cartoons like most kids but aspired to be a professional hockey player. “Fortunately, thanks to some big, strong, kid from Winnipeg who drilled me so hard my ears are still ringing, I learned around age 18 I had neither the talent nor the temperament to make a living playing hockey. So, I turned to my other passions: singing and acting.”

The goal of bringing absolute believability to a fictional character, live-action or animated, is what every actor strives for. Those who are committed to their career and who combine experience, passion and skill are likely to succeed.

Those gifted with exceptional talent who focus on maximizing their potential by finding their own niche, quickly break away from the pack. After years of honing their craft and consistently delivering memorable performances in which the character impacts an indelible image on the viewer, the public and the industry take notice, singling out the best.
“I’m getting paid to do what I got in trouble for in the 7th grade,” jests Rob, who won a Daytime Emmy in 1999 as “Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program” for Pinky and The Brain (Warner Bros.) Though nominated twice previously, the victory was especially sweet due to some formidable competition – fellow nominees Louie Anderson, Ernest Borgnine, Dennis Franz and Jeffery Tambor. In addition to his Emmy, Rob won back-to-back Annie Awards in 1997 and 1998. “I absolutely love what I do and thank my lucky stars for twenty-five years of full-time employment in this business,” he says.

“It’s a treat to portray a complex character,” Rob explains about Pinky, a goof-ball mouse with funny teeth, a head filled with clouds and an inane imagination that is punctuated with a staccato laugh. “Besides … where else could I find a job where emotional outbursts and odd exclamations like ‘Egad!,’ ‘Narf!,’ ‘Poit!,’ ‘Splonk!,’ and ‘Zort!’ are allowed and in fact, encouraged?” With over 2,000 half-hours of animation to his credit, Rob’s versatility shines in his starring roles as the voices of Yakko, Pinky and Dr. Scratch ‘n’ Sniff in the Peabody and two-time Emmy award-winning series “Animaniacs.”

Some of Rob’s other well-known animated characters include Raphael of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” Arthur in “The Tick,” the title role in “The Mask” (for a WHOLE lot less dough than Mr. Carrey, thank you), the title role in “Mighty Max,” Carl Wheezer in “Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius,” Jack Fenton in “Danny Phantom,” Bobble in the “Tinkerbell” series of DVDs and hopefully more to come.

Paulsen’s extensive credits include on-camera roles in numerous motion pictures including Body Double, Stewardess School, Eyes of Fire, The Perfect Match, and Warlocked. His television acting credits include guest-starring roles on MacGyver and St. Elsewhere. Additionally, he is one of the most sought-after voice actors in the commercial arena, performing in over 1000 commercial spots.

As passionate about “paying it forward” as he is about his lucrative career, Rob supports various charitable organizations, particularly those benefiting children and military veterans. Rob’s volunteer work with GOALmodels has been particularly rewarding. GOALmodels, a high school program in Reseda, California, is designed to inspire 9th graders to set goals and overcome obstacles in life. Blending his life experiences with passion for his work, his presentations are informative, entertaining and inspiring. In his leisure time, Rob enjoys golf, riding his motorcycle and occasionally lacing up his skates for another chance to relive his past glory on the rink. He spends the majority of his free time with his wife, Parrish, and their two Yorkshire terriers, Pooshie and Tala.


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