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A podcast from 5by5

The Pipeline

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11 Episodes • Released Fortnightly

11 Episodes • Released Fortnightly

A podcast from 5by5

The Pipeline

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11 Episodes • Released Fortnightly

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The Pipeline is an interview show featuring in-depth conversations with innovators, designers, geeks, newsmakers, entrepreneurs, and people who create amazing things. Hosted by Dan Benjamin.

Latest Episode

10 Jun 2016 • 44 mins

11: Richard Horvitz

Dan interviews Richard Horvitz, award-winning actor, voice over artist, writer, and producer. He's been the voice of Zim on Invader Zim, Daggett on the Angry Beavers, Alpha 5 on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Ratchet in Ratchet and Clank, and many, many more. They discuss how Richard got his start in live action and voice acting, where he draws his character inspiration, perfects his craft, and more. This episode was recorded at Fan Expo Dallas 2016 before a live audience. Links for this episode:Fan Expo DallasRichard Horvitz - HomeRichard Steven Horvitz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaRichard Steven Horvitz - IMDbThe Aristocats | Disney MoviesThe Angry Beavers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaInvader Zim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaBilly West - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSkylanders Academy (TV series) - Skylanders Wiki - WikiaSummer School (1987 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSpeed Racer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe Monkees - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaDeath Cab For CutiePsychonauts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSid and Marty Krofft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Brought to you by: Bushel (Your first three devices are free forever, and each additional device is just $2 per month with no contracts or commitments. Visit bushel.com/pipeline to learn more).Meh (Visit the link to check out their awesome daily deals).Linode (Visit Linode.com/pipeline and use the promo code 'pipeline20' for $20 credit).