Our interview with actor/singer/comedian/dancer/musician Noah Benjamin is now up on our YouTube channel!

You can listen to the interview below:

Join host Ruari in this guest interview with actor/singer/comedian/dancer/musician Noah Benjamin, best known for playing Yuma Tsukumo in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, Allen in Storage and Chau in Crowd Work. In the interview they talk about how Noah got into acting, how Noah was originally cast as Yuma Tsukumo in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, whether Noah was a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! prior to his casting, whether Noah was aware of the character of Yuma from the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime, whether Noah re-watched any of the ZEXAL episodes before recording for Duel Links to help him get into the spirit of Yuma, whether Noah felt any added pressure or nervousness knowing he was taking on a role someone else had done before in Yuma, the direction Noah was given when recording Yuma for Duel Links, whether Noah was given any freedom to give his own take on Yuma or whether the Yu-Gi-Oh! crew really wanted him to try and match Eli James as much as possible, whether Noah was told anything about why Eli James wasn’t able to reprise the role of Yuma, the similarities that Noah sees between himself and Yuma, what Noah enjoyed the most about playing Yuma, what it meant to Noah to be able to take on the role of Yuma and be part of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise through Duel Links, characters Yuma would duel against or cards he uses that Noah was excited to get to record Yuma dialogue for, Noah’s favourite memories from his time working on Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, the biggest challenges that Noah faced while working on Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, the role that Noah considers to have been the most challenging in his career so far and Noah’s upcoming acting roles and other projects.

Be sure to leave your feedback on the interview and enjoy!

By Ruari Williamson

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