From the producers of the long running web serial, Math Warriors, comes a pilot for the TV series Wackademia. In this clip from the pilot, Bob plays the Dean of the Manhattan Institute of Technology.
Cowboy Spirit is the story of Ted (Rich Manly), a young man in the financial services industry. In the face of multiple losses, Ted relies on the lessons he learned from his grandfather, a former rodeo cowboy. To save a dying girl, he must make the ride of a lifetime. Bob plays an underwriter with the Special Policies Unit of Lloyd’s of London who sells Ted the policy which creates that chance.
This is a two-and-a-half minute clip from this independent, feature-length film directed by Bill Miller.
In the near future, Doctor Stratton learns that his wife has succumbed to a deadly toxin. Cryogenics are the only hope for making the time to cure her. Bob plays the doctor giving Stratton the bad news. This is a one-minute clip of that scene from “Harvest Moon,” an independent, feature-length film by K.J.Wang.
Narration for the National Geographic Channel of “Japan’s Secret Sub” recorded for the international market. The producers were looking for an authoritative British narrator, serious and thoughtful. The resonant read they got is redolent with sophistication. By using the Japanese pronunciations for all names, (not included in sample) Bob demonstrated his meticulous research.
This is the one-and-a-quarter-minute trailer for the documentary.
The Queen, My Lord, Is Much, Much Better, is a 15-minute video, which Bob narrates, from an essay by Lionel Hale written in the 1950s that imagines bit-part actors disrupting Shakespeare plays. The wit and dry humor of the article makes it a great vehicle for Bob’s voice.