Rob is the voice of Pinky from “Pinky and the Brain,” Raphael (and Donatello) from “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and Carl Wheezer from “Jimmy Neutron.” He has an Emmy, Annie and Peabody Award.
Hulu has started airing all new episodes of Speilberg’s “Animaniacs.” The show which was introduced to millenials 30 years ago will return with the original cast including Rob voicing Yakko, one of the Warner siblings who lives in the water tower on the Warner Bros. lot. The show has been picked up for a 3rd season.
Rob’s memoir Voice Lessons (released by Viva Editions, an imprint of Start Publishing), chronicles his journey with cancer. Ironically a man who uses his voice for work found himself with throat cancer (now recovered.)
April 8th 2022
After surviving cancer and the many bad days that come with a diagnosis, voice actor Rob Paulsen noted that he had a newfound sense of empathy that helped him out of some of his darkest days.
March 28th 2022
When lovers of “Pinky and the Brain,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and other cartoons gathered in voice actor Rob Paulsen’s hospital room, he took particular notice of one exuberant woman with cancer who was extroverted and kind, despite not having long to live.
November 2nd 2021
After missing his flight, voice actor Rob Paulsen recorded a vlog in the airport where he discusses the “platinum lining” behind his cancer diagnosis when it comes to everyday hassles like travel.
July 30th 2021
Rob Paulsen is the voice behind many beloved cartoon characters, but after receiving a cancer diagnosis, he discovered a whole new way to relate to others.
June 4th 2020
Voice actor Rob Paulsen opens up about how a lump on his neck led to a stage 3 diagnosis.
April 18th 2020
Dealing with cancer can be a stressful enough experience without having to navigate a worldwide pandemic, as many are doing due to COVID-19. But according to Rob Paulsen, voice actor and throat cancer survivor, the key to making it through each day may be in finding a reason to smile.