Cedric Williams is the new voice of Face on Nickelodeon’s “Face’s Music Party”

Face, Nickelodeon’s beloved 90s mascot, is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party starting 6/6! The interactive series that combines animation and live action will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. The new voice of Face, Cedric Williams stopped by Check the Rhymes to chat about the series.


We are beyond proud to finally be able to announce that our client, Eugene Cordero, is officially the new Spokesperson for Simply Juice’s nee campaign (a Coca-cola brand)! Congratulations, Eugene! 

Eugene beat out some huge names to get this endorsement deal. The negotiations were grueling at times, but my I had an easier job than all the other agents fighting for this role for their clients. Why? Because Eugene has remained as genuine and authentic as he has ever been- despite his success- and that comes across on camera! He is relatable, HYSTERICAL, and that is not only why ad agencies love him, but why audiences everywhere do too. Not to mention this is such a groundbreaking win for the AAPI community as well! Eugene, you deserve this and I couldn’t be more honored that you put your trust in me to represent you. Enjoy the ride!

Victoria Grace’s LA Times article about Dubbing 

Inside a Netflix recording studio off Sunset Boulevard, director Kyung Sok Kim, associate producer Anastasia Barbato and engineer Yoav Litman scanned a big screen as they replayed a scene from an episode of “All of Us Are Dead.” They subbed in audio from an English recording made by two voice actors in a sound booth nearby. 

The trio carefully watched to be sure the English words matched the mouths of the Korean actors and the performance was authentic to the script.

Click below to read the entire Los Angeles Times article.

AT&A is extremely proud of Colleen O’Shaughnessey for her role as Tales in Sonic the HedgeHog 2

AT&A is extremely proud of Colleen o Shaughnessy for her role as Tales in Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Many voices in Sonic 2 will sound familiar. Ben Schwartz’ energetic performance as Sonic and Idris Elba’s deadpan delivery as rival Knuckles will instantly have ears pricking up. On the live-action side of things, the likes of Jim Carrey and James Marsden have graced our screens for decades, criss-crossing across franchises and mega-hits such as X-Men, Westworld, and The Truman Show.


Yet, ironically, Colleen O’Shaughnessey’s voice might be the most recognizable of the bunch. The actor has portrayed iconic video game character and (Sonic’s BFF) Tails in the Sonic series since 2014’s Sonic Boom. The twin-tailed fox’s voice actor has even shaken off the industry’s trend to cast A-listers and has reprised her role in cinemas for the big-screen sequel to 2020’s Sonic the Hedgehog.  Full Interview