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Being Fearless in Creativity with Rob Paulsen

Being Fearless in Creativity with Rob Paulsen

Update: 2020-06-15


What does it take to be at the pinnacle of creativity? In part two of our conversation with Rob Paulsen he shares his tips for reaching the top of your creative potential. We talk about the importance of being fearless as you create and how playing and being childlike can unlock creativity in new and deeper ways. Later in the episode, we chat about his journey of overcoming cancer and why giving back and kindness is so important to him. Come join us as we explore what is possible.

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About Rob
Maybe you don’t know Rob Paulsen, but you know Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, and most of the other animated projects that Paulsen has been part of as a voice actor for nearly three decades. With over 2,000 (yes, that’s right) half-hour programs and dozens of films, video games, and other animated media to his credit, Paulsen has been one of the hardest working, most in-demand, and most beloved voice artists in the industry, earning (so far) a Daytime Emmy and Peabody, three times winning the Annie Award (for voice actors).
But he’s also just won the biggest fight of his life – defeating cancer of the throat after a grueling year of aggressive treatment – and with a renewed passion for his craft, he’s finding some new challenges and some old familiar faces there to guide him into the next phase of his career. In addition to continuing his immensely popular podcast and video series Talkin’ Toons on Nerdist, and having just set a slew of new dates for Animaniacs In Concert! which is performed with live music and voices in symphony halls and theatres. The other franchise with which Paulsen has been associated for two generations – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – will also return, with Paulsen for the first time assuming the role of director, getting to work on the other side of the glass.








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Being Fearless in Creativity with Rob Paulsen

Being Fearless in Creativity with Rob Paulsen

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