Here’s a roundup of the latest Star Wars animation cast and crew interviews:
As part of her #365StarWarsWomen initiative, Amy Richau interviewed actress Catherine Taber. Taber talked about her career in voice acting, her roles in Star Wars animation and video games, and her recent participation in Force of Destiny. Find the entire interview over at 365 Days of Star Wars Women.
Shelby Young (Princess Leia), AJ LoCascio (young Han Solo), and Kiff VandenHeuvel (old Han Solo) came together in the latest episode of All Over Voiceover with Kiff VH to talk about Forces of Destiny. They discussed the legendary roles they voice, their careers as voice over actors, and their methods of approach.
Adam O’Brien from Fantha Tracks interviewed Fantasy Flight Games writer Keith Kappel. His bibliography includes a variety of books, including Knights of Fate, Dawn of Rebellion, and many more. Click here to listen to the Fantha Tracks TV interview.
The same podcast interviewed Vanessa Marshall back in December 2017, where she shared what inspires her, how she goes about preparing for an audition, and provides a detailed breakdown of her process. Click here to listen to the episode.
The Life of Dad Show recently spoke with Eugene Byrd, the voice of Zander Freemaker from LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, about his experience on the show and the evolution of his character. Click here to listen to the interview.
Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing recently spoke with writer and co-executive producer Henry Gilroy in an episode of Aggressive Negotiations. He’s best known for his work on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. Gilroy talks about the industry as well as his experiences working in Star Wars animation.
Lastly, the voice of Ezra Bridger, Taylor Gray, took some time to answer some questions about Star Wars Rebels, such as his thoughts regarding Ezra’s story, the character’s final moments in the series, and his favorite experiences while working on the show. Read the entire interview over at HiddenRemote.com.
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