I had the great opportunity to chat with Rob Paulsen about many topics. We first talk about fatherhood and how proud he is of his son. They recently started a show together called Game That Toon. You can hear the pride in Rob’s voice as he talks about his son. Speaking of his voice we talk about his fight against throat cancer. As someone who makes his living through his voice it was a very scary time for Rob. We also talk about his career and what he is most proud of in his career. We finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.
Monthly Archives: September 2020
Patrick Surtain talks to me about fatherhood and the lessons and values he and his wife look to instill into their children. He shares what his kids taught him about life and himself. Then, Patrick shares the advice he gave his son who is playing college football at Alabama. Then we talk about his time in the NFL. During our chat Patrick discusses the importance of being a mentor to the high school kids he coaches. Finally, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.
Michael Ian Black wrote a fantastic book called A Better Man A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son. He sat down with me to chat about the book and what he learned about himself as a father. Black talks about the difference of raising boys and girls. Then, we go into his work a bit. We talk about what his most proud of so far in his career. Lastly, We finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.
Jay DeMarcus sits down with me about his new family show on Netflix called DeMarcus Family Rules. He talks to me about how the show came to be and how his kids reacted to the series. Then, we talk about the joys of fatherhood and the values he and his wife, Allison look to instill in their kids. DeMarcus shares his creative process working with his bandmates in Rascal Flatts. Next, he shares what he is most proud of working in the band. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.
Carlos Alazraqui sits down with me to chat about fatherhood and acting. He shares the advice he gives one of his daughters who is a voice actor. We talk about the many great projects he has worked on like Reno 911 and Rocko’s Modern Life. Carlos shares his creative process when it comes to acting and voice acting. We also talk about how technology can be both good and bad for your children and how we navigate tech with our family. We finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.
Jason Alexander and Rena Strober sat down with me to talk about Rena’s new album, Imagine That! The Sesame Street Music of Joe Raposo & Jeff Moss. We talk about the inspiration for the album, Jason’s part in the album and the wonderful singing from the The Blind Children’s Choir. Jason and Rena talk about their creative process and the importance of music. Then, we move our conversation to the parenthood. Jason and Rena each share their experience of raising kids and the values they look to instill and some advice for new parents. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.