I loved 'Robotech' as a kid; I think that's pretty widely known.
Just getting to meet George Lucas was pretty amazing, and then working with him and getting to be part of this process... it's a great responsibility.
I would think, as an artist, it's inescapable that you'll be affected by the world around you.
It's a real challenge to have someone perform a character vs. imitate a character.
I've worked hard, for sure, but like anything, it takes a lot of luck and being in the right place at the right time, and then making the most of the opportunity.
Animation in itself has so many different looks and styles and possibilities.
Frankly, it was only after 'Clone Wars' got cancelled that there seemed to be this universal love-fest from fans.
There were a lot of great memories around 'Star Wars.' It was a foundation - probably for my interest in movies.
Sometimes a villain is very quiet - it makes them more deadly, more intellectual.
I do love my hometown. It really forged who I am in a major way.
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