Day 199 - Maurice LaMarche and The Healing Art Of Laughter
Dystopia Tonight With John Poveromo
Maurice LaMarche joins us on Dystopia tonight to discuss his beginning as a stand-up comic, opening for Rodney Dangerfield on the road, his early influences, The Comedy Store, YukYuks, his thoughts on the ever changing comedy scene, how he dealt with the lockdowns creatively, his incredible career as a voice actor, and his most notable roles on Animaniacs as Brain of Pinky and the Brain, and the myriad of voices he's done on Futurama (one of my favs being Morbo!) How he copes when he's down, his possible return to stand-up, love for John Cleese and more!! Enjoy guys this one is one of my favorites!
Una voz, un destino: la historia de Maurice LaMarche
El Contador de Películas
El asesinato de su padre y la repentina muerte de su hermana, llevaron a Maurice LaMarche a abandonar la comedia y los escenarios. Sin embargo, la tragedia daría paso a una brillante carrera como actor de voz. Su trabajo es reconocible en series animadas como “El Inspector Gadget”, “Pinky y Cerebro” o “Rick and Morty”, y en producciones como “Ed Wood” o “Love, death and robots”. Entre otras cosas, LaMarche hizo fama en series y películas por su memorable imitación de Orson Welles.
In Part Two with the great voice actor and comedian Maurice LaMarche, the guys continue to ponder the great questions of life. In a talk that’s both entertaining and heartfelt, Maurice is open and honest, sharing stories about addiction, reconnecting with his wife, how he approaches and appreciates his work, and we get to hear great stories about meeting Peter Falk and Mel Brooks, with knock-out impressions to boot. Maurice also shares some great life and work advice, among many other great moments!Follow Maurice:https://twitter.com/mauricelamarche/https://www.instagram.com/maurice_lamarche/Your hosts:Mark Schiffhttps://markschiff.comhttps://twitter.com/markschiffhttps://instagram.com/markschiff1Lowell Benjaminhttps://twitter.com/lowellcbenjaminhttps://instagram.com/lowellcbenjaminCheck out Mark's book"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"https://www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI
You know and love Maurice LaMarche. Even if you didn’t know you do! Maurice is the wildly talented, voice actor, comedian and impressionist who has voiced some of the most beloved animated characters of our time. He is the voice behind The Brain in "Pinky and The Brain," Dr. Egon Spengler from "The Real Ghostbusters," dozens of characters on the show "Futurama" (including Kif Kroker and Calculon), and he's the voice for scores of other TV shows, movies, and commercials.We get to know the man behind the voices in this wonderful two-part conversation with Maurice as he talks with Mark and Lowell about growing up in Canada, trying to overcome social anxiety as a child by experimenting with voices, his start in comedy including opening on the road for Rodney Dangerfield. Maurice talks about his family and some of the tremendous personal loss he's experienced. And he shares an uplifting story about life-changing guidance he received during a chance encounter with the Dalai Lama.Follow Maurice:https://twitter.com/mauricelamarche/https://www.instagram.com/maurice_lamarche/Your hosts:Mark Schiffhttps://markschiff.comhttps://twitter.com/markschiffhttps://instagram.com/markschiff1Lowell Benjaminhttps://twitter.com/lowellcbenjaminhttps://instagram.com/lowellcbenjaminCheck out Mark's book"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"https://www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI
Canned Air #426 A Conversation with Maurice LaMarche (Futurama, Animaniacs)
Canned Air: A Tribute to Pop Culture
Our guest this week has brought to life characters like Egon Spengler, Inspector Gadget and Chief Quimby, Dizzy Devil, Toucan Sam of Fruit Loops Cereal, Kif Kroker, Morbo, Calculon, Lrrr, Donbot, and Hedonismbot from Futurama, but he’s probably best known for voicing The Brain. We welcome voice acting legend Maurice LaMarche to discuss his career in standup comedy, touring with Rodney Dangerfield, the first time he and Rob Paulsen’s voices appeared together, the famous belch he provided for Buddy the Elf, the voices he blends to voice The Brain, and so much more. He also reads some famous movie lines as some of his most iconic characters. Don’t miss this one!Twitter: @MAURICELAMARCHEInstagram: @Maurice_LaMarcheCannedAirPodcast.comTwitter: @CannedAirPodInstagram: @Canned_AirIf you’d like to show your support, you can either visit our Patreon page at Patreon.com/CannedAirPod or you can leave us a review on iTunes! Thanks for listening! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 393: 1on1 with Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche (ANIMANIACS)
In the 90s, ANIMANIACS defined the humour of a generation with its edgy style, wild antics and pop culture references. Now, with the return of ANIMANIACS for its second rebooted season, we participate in a round table conversation with voice icons Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche to talk about what makes Pinky and the Brain so endearing and which animated characters they think could 'take over the world'.
217- Our 5th Anniversary with Maurice LaMarche and Tom Ruegger
The Animanicast- An Animaniacs Podcast
It's time for the Animanicast's 5th Anniversary Special! Join your hosts Joey, Nathan and Kelly in the "Animanicast!" A podcast dedicated to Animaniacs and its sister shows. Today the hosts are celebrating their 5th Anniversary with the creator of Animaniacs, Tom Ruegger and the voice of the Brain, Maurice LaMarche! Find out how Maurice got involved in voice acting, how Pinky and the Brain's friendship mirrors his friendship with Rob Paulsen plus a special "Inside the Animanicast Studio" with the Brain! Patreon Exclusives for the Week This week the Animanicast has a commentary track for more Animaniacs commentaries with Tom Ruegger featuring plus bonus videos of our interview with Maurice LaMarche! You'll find that commentary and much more at Patreon.com/Animanicast! Support The Animanicast The Animanicast now has a Patreon! Head over to Patreon.com/Animanicast for exclusive episode commentaries with Tom Ruegger as well as other awesome rewards! Join the party! Head on over to Discord.Animanicast.com today to join our RetroZap discussion group. You'll get to chat with the hosts of this show as well as the hosts of other RetroZap podcasts! If you'd like to support our show there's lots of ways to do it! First of all, you could go onto Apple Podcasts and leave us a five-star positive review. Also, don't forget to tell a friend about the show! Your retweets and post shares help others find us. By going to Amazon.Animanicast.com you can find some of the newest Animaniacs merchandise including clothing, toys, videos, and even books written by some of the original writers of the show. Get some great stuff and help support our show! You can even use Amazon.Animanicast.com as your portal to Amazon on your next shopping trip and you'll still be supporting our show with any purchase you make. You could also purchase some hand prepared decals from Joey at Decals.Animanicast.com Interested in getting some Animanicast MERCHANDISE? It's in stock now at TeePublic! Get yours at Teepublic.Animanicast.com
Legendary voice actor Maurice LaMarche (Pinky and the Brain) and Animaniacs executive producer Gabe Swarr join Dave Morales and Jon Stenvall on The Backstage Experience to talk about the return of the zaniest animated series in the history of television. All-new episodes of Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs are now streaming on Hulu.
We're joined by voice acting legend Maurice LaMarche! He's a friend of our previous podcast version and thrilled to welcome him back. If you don’t know Maurice by name you certainly know his iconic voice work – he’s probably best known as The Brain in Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain. His work can also be heard on Futurama, Disenchantment and many other video games, animated series, television shows and films. We'll dive into the life of a voice actor. Plus, some of his favorite projects from the 90's including Hey Arnold, Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys, King of the Hill, and so much more.This episode was recorded remotely during quarantine. You might notice differing audio quality (or maybe even some dogs barking ) – but we’re trying to make it work for you! Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy.