“Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series is going to get a big blast from the past on the March 27th episode, when the Turtles meet… the Turtles.
The episode, “Trans-Dimensional Turtles,” will feature an appearance by the 1980s animated versions of the TMNT characters, with the original voice cast reprising their roles.
In the episode, the modern Turtles — Seth Green as Leonardo, Sean Astin as Raphael, Rob Paulsen as Donatello and Greg Cipes as Michelangelo — are transported to another dimension where they meet their ‘80s alternate-reality counterparts, once more voiced by Cam Clarke, Rob Paulsen (who’s been a part of both series!), Barry Gordon and Townsend Coleman as Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo, respectively.”
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.
But that’s only part of the story. In Cam’s autobiographical one-man show, we are entertained by the tale of how a child, raised into Hollywood royalty, finds himself struggling to find his own identity — especially when that identity is directly, heart-achingly, hilariously in conflict with his Mormon upbringing. And while Stop Me If I Told You This sometimes spoofs Cam’s childhood on-screen performances, it is also a soul-baring experience filled with song and nostalgia that traces Cam’s uniquely profound journey.
Stop Me If I Told You This premieres in February, 2015, and runs through the end of March at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.
Happy New Year! Kick off a brand new year of VO Buzz Weekly with a hilarious and heartwarming BUZZ, thanks to this week’s guest, voiceover icon Cam Clarke.
He is known for his work as Leonardo in the original Teenage Ninja Mutant Ninja Turtles, Liquid Snake in Metal Gear video games, He-Man, Freddy the Ferret in Back at the Barnyard and so much more.
Hear the amazing story of how Cam started in show business in the 1960’s performing on his family’s hit TV show, The King Family and how he eventually started working in voiceover. He speaks to his strengths as a voice actor and demonstrates some of his versatility with vocal ranges.
Hey LA fans! Join Cam Clarke at this very special OutFest Holiday event hosted by Sirius XM Satellite Radio host Frank DeCaro and The Wrap’s Alonso Duralde. Cam will share clips and memories about the classic The King Family Christmas specials! The holiday hilarity happens on Wednesday, December 3 | 7:30pm @ West Hollywood Library.
We are excited to announce the following special guests will be joining us:
* BRUCE VILANCH will tell stories about writing the infamous STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL;
* RICHARD LAGRAVENESE will reflect upon his darkly hilarious script for THE REF, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year;
* CAM CLARKE, the openly gay member of the King Family, will share reminiscences about appearing on some of TV’s most memorable holiday specials with his mom and cousins