I couldn't be happier to be part of a production and team that will not only entertain, but teach children about the world they live in through these wonderful characters.
Hollywood, California (PRWEB) September 10, 2014
Paw City, LCC, announces voice talent Daniel Ross of Los Angeles, California, the voice of “Frankie” for the upcoming children’s 3D animated television series "Max and Wrigley™”.
“Max & Wrigley™” is based on the award-winning children’s book series “Read With Max™.” “Max & Wrigley™” will focus on social as well as emotional issues. The focus of the productions will be early childhood education for children ages four to eight. All content will be family-friendly and will involve national educational standards with an emphasis on lessons in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). "Max and Wrigley™" has been registered as a Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) signatory production to allow for credited talent and help with national distribution.
The character "Frankie" is a male fraternal twin parrot. He is the town’s mail carrier where he works in the Parrot Delivery Service Postal Office. This comical and loudmouth character is also the town gossip because he has a tendency to repeat things he hears. Frankie’s character is a member of “The Biscuit Band™”, sings backup, and plays percussion instruments during each episode. The original songs will be associated with social and emotional lessons addressed during each episode.
Daniel couldn't be happier to be a part of the magical world of "Max & Wrigley"! As a recent transplant to Hollywood, Daniel has been working in the entertainment industry for over a decade as an actor for film, as a voice artist and as a film producer. He is currently filming for the movie, Z*Con (a film dedicated to raising money for charity), and he will begin production on a new television series called, Enoch the Traveler early in the spring of 2015. Some of his voice credits include the villainous character Starscream from 2007's Transformers: The Game, roles in Runaway 2: Dream of the Turtle, Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, as well as many voices for movies like Ninjas vs. Monsters, and Sparks. Daniel has appeared in such films as Ninjas vs Zombies, Ninjas vs Vampires, Lovely Molly, and you can look for him in the upcoming movies Ninjas vs Monsters, You're F#@*'n Dead!, and Z*Con.
“I couldn't be happier to be part of a production and team that will not only entertain, but teach children about the world they live in through these wonderful characters." states Daniel Ross.
For more information, please check him out by visiting http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1405391/.
“Daniel’s voice audition for Frankie made you laugh as well as feel you know Frankie. With his talent, credits and current projects, we could not be more pleased to have him associated with our series,” states Executive Producer Anthony M. T. Majewski.
"Max and Wrigley™" is currently in pre-production of the pilot episode. Casting for the series has been completed with announcements of talent and principal cast members to follow in the upcoming weeks. Anticipated completion of the pilot episode will be fall of 2014. Follow “Max & Wrigley™” on Twitter (http://twitter.com/maxandwrigley) and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/maxandwrigley).
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