Yuri Lowenthal [Interview]

Hey Folks! We are back with a brand new interview with an incredibly talented cat that we are so excited to share with you all today. And guess what? It’s another audio based interview! Just as you may remember from a few weeks ago with our new and dear friend Bill Holmes, we are speaking with another amazing voice over actor, who chose the obvious path of sending us his answers in this manner. And we are so damned grateful that he did!

Mr. Lowenthal is not only a mastermind within the voice over world, he is also a brilliant mind in the world of on screen performance, podcasting, and just so damn much more. We have some amazing words from him awaiting you below. So how about we just let him get into it? Ladies and Gentlemen, Yuri Lowenthal!

And once you have enjoyed this wonderful interview, head on over to monkeymayhemhub.com to learn more about this gem of a man!


When did you realize you wanted to join the world of performance as a means to make a living? What drew you to this world?


We have spoken with a plethora of folks from the world of voice over acting, and it is still such an intriguing way to work. So, how do you enjoy working in the world of voice over acting as whole in comparison to on screen work?


One genre of voice over work that we have specified in the most has been in the world of video games. It’s a truly fascinating world to the untrained eye, one that is shroud in secrecy, and what seems like a shit ton of work. So, in your obvious professional opinion, what sets apart working in video games from the likes of anime or other forms of animated programs?


And it would behoove me not to ask you about the work you did on the some of the latest films in the Star Wars franchise, include The Last Jedi and Rogue One. How was this experience for you? Were you a hardcore fan of the series prior to working in this world? What were some characters you helped bring to life?


In front of the camera, you have worked in several different genres, from indie horror to westerns. So, when it comes to working in front of the camera, what would you say is your favorite genre to work in?


What does the future hold for you? Anything you would like to plug to our readers?


What was the last thing that made you smile?


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