Well, this week has been sort of chaotic! A bit delayed and completely forgot to publish my article (yes, forgot that tiny saved draft). Apparently the luck of St. Patrick wasn’t on my side at all, but here I am sharing my humble contribution.
Sadly, Mexican voice actor Jorge Arvizu “El Tata” died on March 18th. He was the voice of several characters dubbed into Latin American Spanish such as Fred Flintstone, Bugs Bunny, amont others. Rest In Peace.
Via @SocialMediaLondon and @GerryMoran
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Have a great start of the week!