That is the thing I'm most grateful for in this industry to be able to spin in those different mediums, with television, film and the stage - at this stage of the game.
So it's a source of fun and a source of pride to have been a part of this little movie that could.
It's about strengthening the relationship and the bond of parent to child.
I won't go into detail but this animated one, the story line is very cool and the kids seem to love it.
Two packed houses. I guess the theater sat 2,700 people every night so it was an amazing experience.
I thought my sons would love this especially, and that's how it came to be something fun to do and I really enjoyed doing voiceovers.
You never know how things will last, if they will last, and how people will use them in the future. It was a fun movie for young people at the time in the 80s but it struck a cord with people and it has lasted so I'm very proud of being a part of that.
The hope is they would like to bring it to Broadway next year, so we'll see that's to come in the end of the finance year and everybody else and also real estate and what theaters are available at the time but I would like to come back with it.
Our deal always was that we did one as scripted always, we got it like we thought we needed - so we were all happy with it as written. Then I'd let him play as long as we had time.
It could be a great script but the director is not the right person for me to work for at this time. So there are a lot of elements that come into play and a lot of variables, but more than anything it's got to be a great script and a great character.
I'm not upset about LAX being cancelled. I'm disappointed because any time you take on any endeavor you want it to be successful, but not upset.
I'm disappointed because you put your time and energy into a certain character or a project and the product and you just never know.
I tell you one of the great things about this movie is, with all that's going on around the world right now, it's just good to go to a movie where you don't have to think too hard, just have a good time, and relax and be crazy.
All you can do is do the best you can and I did that. I had a great time. I made a product and I was not embarrassed by it at all so you do it and you move on.
Now it's a fully realized production but for the fact that we're holding our scripts in our hand and some of us used them, and some of us didn't and you have to by union rules hold the script. You don't have to use them but you gotta hold them.
The voice over is a hat you put on right now as opposed to worrying about going through wardrobe, and having to look a certain way. You just got to let your voice do the talking for you.
I'd rather say no and have said no and do say no often. I walk away from projects if it doesn't feel right if it's not the right team of people pulling in together or if the script isn't right. It could be a great idea but the script doesn't work.
Tonight, Daddy won't read you a story -- you can watch him in a story.
Sex in the City was a different kind of phenomenon because of the show itself is a phenomenon and to me that's successful because to resonate with women across the board for six years and have only one African-American actor pass through for one episode.
I'll tell you what 20 years teaches you - is that if one thing doesn't last something else will come down the pipe and to go from that and to do these films now.
It's a music video but she was real specific on the character that Mary J. Blige was playing, and that I was playing in this video and I told her whenever you get to jump to the big screen I'd love to come with you and she honored that.
It's something that was very interesting to me to be a part of and all of them again because of the relationship. Some of the superhero movies are better than others.
It's just different discipline, just doing the voice over. I guess I've done about 5 or 6 audio books in the past and I do the animated voice for a show called Fatherhood on Nickelodeon.
It's really a luck of the draw or fate or destiny, whatever you want to call it, but you don't know if you're going to resonate with people or not.
Krush Groove was a movie at the time. That was my first break. I just got to New York. I was right out of college and I was happy to have a job.