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HOT off the press

HOT off the press


As SpongeBob Turns 20, Meet the Faces Behind the Characters

August 1, 2019 People Magazine by: Kate Hogan

People Magazine recently did a write up on the Voice actors from the iconic Nickelodeon cartoon, Spongebob Squarepants. Let's hear it for the voice actors, who've been putting their hearts into the series since 1999!



 June 25th, 2015 by: Johnny Caps

If you love cartoons, you’ll recognize Lori Alan’s voice. Over the course of the past 20 years, she’s done the voices of characters as diverse as Susan Storm on Fantastic Four, Diane Simmons on Family Guy and Pearl on SpongeBob SquarePants. Before she started a career in voice-over work, she was a live-action actress who made her debut on the original Law And Order, and has continued to be seen on camera to this day, with recent appearances on shows like Disney XD’s Mighty Med and Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn.


This Is What The Cast Of “SpongeBob SquarePants” Looks Like In Real Life

 January 3, 2015 by Buzzfeed Sam Stryker

Ever wonder what the actors behind your favorite characters really look like?


The 1st Annual Voice Arts Awards Winners

November 12th, 2014 by Jack Smart

 Among the evening’s winners were Lori Alan, who took home statues for Outstanding Body of Work and Outstanding National Television Commercial at the first-ever Voice Arts™ Awards Ceremony, created by the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences as part of this year’s That’s Voiceover!conference, the Voice Arts Awards recognized the magic of the voiceover industry’s foremost actors at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, N.Y., on Nov. 9.


20 Questions Interview with Lori Alan Comedienne, Actress, and Voiceover Expert

January 1, 2008 by:Anette Fix

In this interview, you’ll have the opportunity to find out about the woman behind the animated voices of “Pearl the Whale” on Spongebob Squarepants; “Diane the Anchor Woman” onFamily Guy; “The Invisible Woman/Sue Richards” on The Fantastic Four; “Rhonda's Mom” on Hey Arnold; “Ivory/Dr. Joy” on Logo’s Rick And Steve—The Happiest Gay Couple in All The World; and “The Boss”in the popular video game trilogy, Metal Gear Solid 3, as well as voices on: Billy and Mandy,Kids from Room 402, Swatkats, The Freshman, and Animaniacs.


So, grab a bowl of popcorn and settle in for a high-energy comedy ride with Lori Alan.

SNeaux! The musical

"In her turn as Queen Celia, Lori Alan might give even Carol Burnett pause!" - Backstage West


"Unforgettable work from Lori Alan as the Mother and Queen..." - NoHo LA


"Lori Alan, Insanely funny!" - In Magazine

THe Hungry & Horny Show los angeles

"Alan is the voluptuous “half-Jewish” sexpot who morphs into Liza Minnelli for no other reason than she’s pretty good at it...the performers’ varying strains of quick wit and personal vivacity provide a high-octane entertainment value." - Steven Leigh Morris - LA Weekly​


"She is a natural comedienne whose every word and expression is pure fun... She's terrific all through the evening... Never a dull moment,"The Hungry & Horny Show" is fast-paced ... unique, creative and guaranteed to make you laugh..." - Marilyn Anderson, Agenda Magazine


"Probably the most engaging of the lot is Lori Alan as Mae, Jack's girlfriend with the heart of gold. Every subtle nuance that you can wring out of her character she goes for." - Melinda Schupmann, Showmag


"Standouts in the cast include Lori Alan who's comedic timing as Mae is so expert that I predict this lady's talent will take her very far." - Kenny Morse, CBS Radio 1110 AM


CRITICS CHOICE! "Rarity of rarities, the show kicks off with a snappy title number helped immeasurably by performers on the period-perfect order of Lori Alan." - Michael Phillips, Los Angeles Times


"Some standout performers are Lori Alan (Torti's mistress and drug slave)." - T.S. Kerrigan, American Reporter


"In short order, we meet a bizarre group of broadly etched caricatures, including...Mae (the hilarious Lori Alan), a depraved reefer den hostess." -  Les Spindle, Frontiers 


"Lori Alan’s Mae offers a sadly comical justification for her abuse-ridden relationship with pusher Jack because of her dependency on "The Stuff." - Julio Martinez, Daily Variety


Lori with Don Lemon celebrating the awards of Outstanding Body of Work & Outstanding National Television Commercial Recipient at the first Annual Voice Arts awards in 2014. 

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