On the next LIVE guest interview from the Everything Geek Podcast which will take place tomorrow, we’ll be interviewing actor/narrator/writer/producer/musician/singer Nicholas Corda! Nicholas is best known for playing Michael Arclight aka Trey in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, Ulu in Pokémon: Sun & Moon and Oliver in Pokémon Journeys. His other notable roles include Adult Hansel in Secret Magic Control Agency, Lloyd Garmadon, Zane and Crown King Brutus in Lego Legacy: Heroes Unboxed, Wilhelm Mölders, Wardle, Lord Bertram, Doug, Paul, Brüch and Lionel in Emma, Alberto, Waiter and Baked Potato Seller in Aria the Origination, Gimo in Arte, Butter in Bread Barbershop, Senecio in Apollo’s Tall Tales, Boy in Aria the OVA: Arietta and Laxx in Beat. Nicholas’s behind the scenes credits include the Audio Description Narrator on Avatar: The Last Airbender and a Script Adapter on Beat. We’ll be taking YOUR questions for Nicholas as well, so if you have any questions for Nicholas on any of his roles/works, please leave them in the comments or call-in when we look for questions or call-ins from our listeners on Channel1138! Nicholas’s full list of credits can be found here:Nicholas’s CreditsOur Live Website

By Ruari Williamson

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  1. Marc

    July 17, 2021 (07:11) Reply

    1) What Voiceover role either from film, radio, TV or video games stood out to you during your childhood? (Could be from a Disney movie for example.)

    2) Regarding accents, is it more challenging to portray a character in a historical anime like Emma: A Victorian Romance as opposed to characters in modern day settings like Trey in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links or Ulu in Pokemon Journeys?

    3) Ulu has Lickitung as his cooking partner, which Pokemon would you choose to be your cooking partner?

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