Art Brown is a Los Angeles based Actor, Singer, Comedian, Director, and Film-maker. He's also the author of "Vegetarian Dining in NYC", and "Everything I need to know, I Learned from Cartoons!" In 2019 and again in early 2020, Art starred in the tour of “Old Jews Telling Jokes” in Burbank and Palm Springs. Since the pandemic, he’s been focused on Voiceovers and producing Audiobooks. He provides a lot of great information for anyone interested in recording audiobooks. And if you want to listen to his version of Samuel L. Jackson's voice check out the auditable version of "Bloody Sheets" on Audible. To find out more about Art visit: http://www.ArtBrownVO.com http://www.artbrownproductions.com https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2590193--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unemployed-actor/support
Art Brown is an Assistant Professor of Communications at Milligan College and in his Talk with Thompson, he details his entry into graphic design, love for comic books, show the COVID-19 outbreak has affected his students. This episode begins season 2!
Hello and welcome to twenty-fifth episode of Fanboy Nation’s Toon-In-Talk, your rendezvous for animation interviews. Whitney had to take a short hiatus due to everything hitting the fan at once, but now she’s back with Art Brown, executive produce of DreamWorks’s How To Train Your Dragon: Dragons Race To the Edge. Dragons Race To the Edge is an exciting Netflix exclusive cartoon series and it continues with its second season. Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs, Tuffnut, Ruffnut, Snoutlout, Toothless, Stormfly, and all the other dragons are in for thrilling adventures as the protect the Edge from a duo of villainous brothers and discover more dragon species. Art Brown chats with Whitney about what to expect in Dragons Race To the Edge season two and she had a hard time controlling her laughter.Show NotesArt Brown is an executive producer on How To Train Your Dragon: Dragons Race To the Edge.He says the new season will have brand new dragons, new dastardly brother villains named Viggo and Ryker, cool Astrid adventures, and some great comedy.Whitney is a big stiggler for continuity and Art assures her that he is constantly in contact with the franchise as whole to retain continuity with the How To Train Your Dragon Dragons Race To the Edge takes place between the first two movies.Art loves working on the Dragons Race To the Edge TV series, because he gets to explore routes that the movies can’t get into due to time.Art and Whitney both love Fishlegs and Meatlugs’ relationship, they’re so cute and funny.Does Dragons Race To the Edge delve into why there is only one Nightfury? Art said it’s a “no fly zone.”If Art had his own dragon companion he would want either Hookfang or Meatlug. Mostly because he and Doug are huge animal fans and both have great pets.Doug Sloan is another executive producer on the show.If Art and Doug want to make people laugh on the Dragons Race To the Edge, they always cut to Meatlug and her antics.To create new dragons, the Dragons Race To the Edge creative team look at the amazing creatures in the animal kingdom for inspiration. Whitney and Art both like the honey badger.Art Brown declares that there will be a minimum of eight new dragons in Dragons Race To the Edge.
In this episode, the guys talk to professional archer, Art Brown from Oklahoma. Art started shooting competitively in 2005 and won his way up the ranks to the OPEN PRO class at age 45. Even though he had 9 top 10 finishes in OPEN PRO, Art felt they were tough years with some doubt, at first, over whether he really belonged there. He now shoots in SENIOR PRO where he is consistently making shoot offs and podiums. Art started BOWMASTERS lasts year to highlight the SENIOR PRO’S who have a higher number of shooters than the OPEN PRO and WOMEN’S PRO combined, but doesn’t get the recognition they deserve. Art talks about the 300”+ New Mexico Bull he shot this year, as well as his successful Moose hunt in Canada. He also gives advice on becoming a sponsored shooter and turning pro. Another great thing the Senior Pro’s are doing is the Gene Curry Mentor program where Senior Pro shooters mentor young archers. The mentored 40 kids in 2016. Art’s Sponsors: Mathews Black eagle Trophy taker Cbe Scott releases Shrewd precision stabilizers Alpen optics Last chance archery High demand archery grips Bohning Specialty archery peeps Rinehart Targets Morrell Targets 3D country Delta Mackenzie Targets Follow Art at: ArtBrown3D.com Check out Bowmasters at: Thebowmasters.com Bowmasters Facebook page