Few actors can claim to have played so many roles that have shaped the adolescences of a generation of children. But Hynden Walch is one of them. Although you might not be able to pick her face out of a crowd, her incredible vocal talents have garnered her legions of adoring fans around the world. I absolutely knew that was going to be galatically huge. That was such an amazingly brilliant, little piece of animation. So yes, I was so excited when I got called in for Bubblegum. I was delighted to work on that show from the beginning. You obviously have a real connection with Princess Bubblegum.
Before the show ended its trippy and emotionally devastating season run this month, Bubblegum revealed vast reserves of depth, evolving from a one-dimensional candy monarch into a warrior scientist who manipulates her world with wisdom and foresight while keeping it casual with her peeps. As the seasons went on, the direction on the show became flatter, hipper and dryer in the delivery. When we started, I was directed to be higher pitch princess up here and everything is grand! Voice acting requires you to be an excellent actor first above everything else. I meet a lot of people who have a lot of interest in voice acting. I do it from the inside out. In fact, I hardly even think about the sound that comes out. You just discover who it is and then the voice comes out.
Take a closer look at the various roles Denzel Washington has played throughout his acting career. Watch the video. Sign In. Up 2, this week. Hynden Walch was born on February 1, in Davenport, Iowa. She started her professional acting career on stage at age At 16 she attended the North Carolina School of the Arts, majoring in voice. As a high Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.
Mike Gencarelli: How did you get involved with doing voice work? Hynden Walch: I always knew I was going to be an actress my whole life. I have been doing professional theater since I was So the natural progression to that was to go on and do film and television, which I did. But I always loved the idea of doing voice over for animation, a lot! But I was never in the right city for it. I lived in Chicago and there is no animation work there at all. So finally, I ended up in LA and I had built up my resume and told my agent and manager out here that I wanted to do animation voice over.