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Monkey Wrench Auditions - Geoff Galt

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First role was Shrike, the main character. I realize after the fact that I have a audio clipping issue going on whenever I scream, and that's a very loud character, so I gotta work on that moving forward.


Beebs is next, I was pretty much channeling a little bit of Jet from Cowboy Bebop and a dash of my Patrick Warburton impression.


I knew I wasn't going to get it, but I shot for Tyneen the Pirate Queen, lmfao. I tried for a Dr. Frankenfurter / Tim Curry thing, and idk, just having fun.


I had a BLAST auditioning the cat.


I feel like I got close with the skeleton, Ricket.


I tried two different takes for the big bird, Chester- first one is like my Cyanide & Happiness character Fatty Bones Malone. Second one I was trying to go for a Dom Deluise / Chris Sabat kinda thing.


Kara's Agent I channeled the hell out of Steve Blum's Spike Spiegel.


And for Spoops, I really didn't know what to go for. The character looked like Orko from He-Man, so I assumed Zeurel was going to get drowned in submissions that sounded like that. So I opted to go for way different in an attempt to standout, and cracked out my inhaley robot voice. Just trying things out and seeing what sticks.


All in all, this was a really fun exercise for me and I'm stoked with the talent Zeurel wound up going for in the end. Beebs and Tyneen in particular are PERFECT casting choices. They're all so good, and I'm proud of him for taking off on a project that's truly his own, because that dude works HELLA hard. He deserves the best! Let's root for his success!


-GG-

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