Rob Paulsen

Chatting with Voice Actor, Rob Paulsen

Maybe you’ve never heard of Rob Paulsen. But you’ve heard him. A lot. 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).

INTERVIEW: Voice Actor Rob Paulsen Invites you to Animaniacs In Concert

The Animaniacs in Concert, featuring voice actor Rob Paulsen, will be arriving at the Fitzgerald Theater on February 22, 2022. Click here to get your tickets for a night of childhood defining live music. We were thrilled to speak with Animaniacs star Rob Paulsen, voice of Yakko Warner as well...

Exclusive: Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche revel in reprising Pinky and The Brain 26 years later

After a long layoff that spanned over 20 years, Animaniacs returned for a revival on Hulu in November 2020 and has since produced two seasons. Despite only running for a few years, the original series touched the hearts and minds of the many people who watched it at the time, largely thanks to the roles portrayed by Rob Paulsen (Yakko Warner and Pinky) and Maurice LaMarche (The Brain).

Rob Paulsen, Tress MacNeille: 'Animaniacs' Season 2 tackles social media

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 4 (UPI) -- Voice actors Rob Paulsen and Tress MacNeille say Season 2 of the Animaniacs revival, premiering Friday on Hulu, satirizes modern social media. Paulsen, 65, plays Yakko Warner, part of a trio of animated Warner siblings who run loose at Warner Brothers Studios. "There's a...

Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche on Animaniacs

Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche, who star as Yakko Warner/Pinky and the Brain, respectively, spoke about the new Animaniacs season,. The new season, which premieres November 5 on Hulu, is a lot of fun if the five press screeners were any indication. I have to say that as a student of comedy, I loved the scratched Pinky and the Brain pilot episodes. They are so fun to watch. If you’re a fan of the classics, you’ll love this particular bit as much as I do. There’s a lot of other fun to be had in the other Animaniacs episodes I watched. One ought to serve as a warning for why you should never open let alone click the links in spam mail.

‘Animaniacs’ voice actor Rob Paulsen grateful to meet fans in Orlando

Central Floridians may recognize the voices of Yakko from “Animaniacs,” Pinky from “Pinky & The Brain,” Carl Wheezer from “Jimmy Neutron” and Raphael and Donatello from “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” at Fanboy Expo. Voice actor Rob Paulsen is excited to see his fans Aug. 20-21 at the event. “I’m a blue-collar worker in the dream factory when we go to these events,” he said. “It’s about ...

Rob Paulsen Offers Lessons on Living a More Adventurous Life Outside

“It’s all about exploration,” says carpenter and snowmaker Rob Paulsen from Leadville, CO, the highest incorporated city in the U.S. There he works nine months a year—sometimes 80 hours a week—so he can afford taking the other three months off to travel. Between shifts or during his limited free time, Paulsen, who rocks a mullet and a missing front tooth, goes out in the wild every chance he gets.