Stop Me If I Told You This premieres February 2015 at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.
Stop Me if I Told You This is the laugh-out-loud, touching, off-beat musical multimedia memoir of prolific voice actor and vocalist Cam Clarke. The show business progeny of glamorous King Sister, Alyce King, and B-Movie icon Robert Clarke, Cam’s childhood played out on our TV screens as one of the youngest members of 60’s singing ubiquities, the King Family. Reluctantly leaving behind his short pants and knee socks, Cam’s grown-up career took him into the recording studio, where he became a highly successful voice actor, best known as He-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Leonardo, Metal Gear Solid’s Liquid Snake, and Barnyard’s neurotic Freddy the Ferret.
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Cam Clarke began his career in short pants and knee socks in 1965 as a member of T.V.’s “The King Family Show”. His mother is Alyce King of The King Sisters. His father is actor Robert Clarke, who starred in many of the science fiction films of the 1950’s and 60’s.
Since the early eighties, Cam has been working in voice-overs, particularly in animation, Voicing such characters as Leonardo in the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. Cam has voiced many other characters as well including Der Fledermaus in “The Tick”, Mac on “Clifford the Big Red Dog”, He-Man in “He-Man: Masters of the Universe”, and Freddy the Ferret in “Back at the Barnyard”. He has also been the voice of Snoopy, Simba, and can currently be heard as Heath, Hoodude, and Professor Rotter in “Monster High”.
Anime fans will know him from the 80’s cult favorites, as Keneda in “Akira”, and as Max Sterling in “Robotech”. He has supplied voices for numerous video games, most notably Kratos in “Tales of Symphonia”, Blood Elf in “World Of Warcraft”, and the voice of Liquid Snake for the popular “Metal Gear Solid”, series where in the sequel his character came back as an arm. Proving the old adage, “There are no small parts, just small, …um, …body parts.”