Tuesday, November 02, 2021

Animal Roll Call with Dee Bradley Baker | Avatar: Braving the Elements

Animal Roll Call with Dee Bradley Baker | Avatar: Braving the Elements


This week brings you an unusual and exciting listen: an episode that was recorded live on Twitch, featuring the legendary Dee Bradley Baker!

Janet and Dante spend a marvelous hour with the voice actor behind all of the animals (and several featured human characters) you hear on both ATLA and TLOK. Dee even graciously tries to teach Janet and Dante how to make some of these iconic animal sounds themselves (emphasis on “try”)! Hear more about Dee’s unique and fascinating work, and find out more about how our career paths can take wonderful and unexpected turns, if we’re willing to let them.

Hear Dee on Star Trek: Prodigy, streaming now on Paramount+, and as the legendary Olmec on Legends of the Hidden Temple, every Sunday at 8/7c on The CW!

Enter the amazing world of Avatar through the official companion podcast, Avatar: Braving the Elements from Nickelodeon. Join hosts Janet Varney (the voice of “Korra”) and Dante Basco (the voice of “Prince Zuko”) each week as they re-watch every episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender then break down key themes, notable battles, and behind-the-scenes trivia you can’t get anywhere else. Special guests from cast members to producers join them to explore elements of the Avatarverse, including the origins of the story and how Avatar was brought to life.

Listen to more episodes!: https://bit.ly/avatarbte

Watch Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra on Paramount+ and Netflix!

Note: Originally released Oct. 26.

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