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Interview with The Cast of NICKELODEON, The Patrick Star Show and Middlemost!

Thank you Nickelodeon and the voice cast of

Middlemost Post: Becky Robinson (“Parker J. Cloud”), John DiMaggio (“Angus Roy Shackleton” and The Patrick Star Show: Bill Fagerbakke (“Patrick Star”), Jill Talley (“Squidina Star”), Cree Summer (“Bunny Star”), Tom Wilson (“Cecil Star”), Dana Snyder (“GrandPat Star”) for sitting down and talking to me about the upcoming shows! My inner child was screaming as I was taking to the cast, I’ve come full circle. my kiddo and I absolutely love the shows, I’m so happy to be able to share this with him.

Make sure to catch the entire interviews below! Tune into Paramount Plus and make it a movie night with kiddo, you’ll be happy you did.

Becky Robinson as “Parker J. Cloud”

Becky Robinson voices “Parker J. Cloud,” an exuberant former raincloud on a mission to brighten up everyone’s day, in Nickelodeon’s all-new animated series Middlemost Post. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Robinson is an LGBTQ+ LA-based comedian, writer, actor and voice-over star. You may also know her as the “Entitled Housewife”, the outspoken viral golf character Robinson created who co-starred in the two virtual comedy variety specials she produced to help spread laughter during the yearlong pandemic.

Robinson’s explosively unique character antics and viral videos have racked up millions of views across social media and garnered fans across the country (and the country clubs!). Her new original song ‘Mama Needs a Claw’ (which first debuted as the finale of her first variety special) is now all over the radio!

In addition to touring internationally as a standup comedian, Robinson was named a JFL Montreal New Face of Comedy where her stand out multi-character performance landed her a sketch show development deal and a number of voiceover jobs with DreamWorks, Nickelodeon and Netflix. In 2016, Robinson was cast on MTV’s Wild ’N Out with Nick Cannon where she also put out a Wild ’N Out Stand Up Special.

Dana Snyder as “GrandPat Star”

Dana Snyder voices “GrandPat Star”, Patrick’s genius grandpa, and the most intelligent member of the Star family in The Patrick Star Show. Like most showbiz legends, Snyder was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in Las Vegas.  He is known for voicing “Master Shake” on Aqua Teen Hunger Force, as well as memorable roles on The Venture Brothers and Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans.  He was featured on Lego Star Wars Freemakers Adventures, Fishhooks and Pickle And Peanut.  He has also starred in plays and musicals on stages all over the country.  Snyder has played a surprising number of grandmothers in his career. Seriously, it’s kinda weird.

Bill Fagerbakke as “Patrick Star”

Bill Fagerbakke voices “Patrick Star,” SpongeBob's best friend, in Nickelodeon’s iconic hit series SpongeBob SquarePants. Fagerbakke gives voice to the character throughout the SpongeBob feature film franchise, as well as in the original series Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years and the highly anticipated original series The Patrick Star Show. 


Fagerbakke is best known for his portrayal of "Dauber" in long-running comedy series Coach. In 2014, he concluded a series-long recurring as Jason Segal’s dad in How I Met Your Mother.  He was most recently seen on Netflix’s critically acclaimed true-crime dramatic mini-series, Unbelievable. Other recent television credits include a recurring role on Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here and guest starring roles on BLACKISH and MOM. 


Additionally, Bill recurred on the hit series Heroes and Oz.  In 2011, Fagerbakke appeared in the Academy Award® winning film The Artist.  His other feature film credits include roles in Funny Farm, Loose Cannons, The Secret of My Success, The Baby Makers and Halloween 2. In addition to his animation and on-camera roles, Fagerbakke spent time in NY in various Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. His distinctive voice has also been heard in Disney’s animated feature film The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the television cartoon series Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, All Hail King Julien, Transformers, Handy Manny, Dumb and Dumber, Gargoyles and many others

Cree Summer as “Bunny Star”

Cree Summer voices “Bunny Star”, Patrick’s loving, sea star mom who is a kooky oddball and “Grandma Tentacles”, Squidward’s grandma, in The Patrick Star Show. She got her first acting role at the age of 14 as “Penny” in Inspector Gadget. Summer is best known in voiceover for her role as “Susie Carmichael” in Rugrats. She has voiced hundreds of roles over her extensive career including recent incarnations of cartoons past, the Ducktales reboot and The Muppet Babies reboot. Her many recent credits include: DC Super Hero Girls, The Loud House, Puppy Dog Pals, Vampirina, and Tigtone. She recently started voice directing on the hit show Lazor Wulf with several other shows yet to be announced. She can be seen currently recurring on Better Things and has many other Live Action roles coming soon. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Tom Wilson as “Cecil Star”

Tom Wilson voices Cecil Star, Patrick’s fun-loving, happy-go-lucky dad who always puts his family first in The Patrick Star Show. Wilson has enjoyed a forty year career in movies, television, and onstage, and continues to build a legacy of memorable performances that have become iconic in popular culture.


Serious acting studies began the journey, but soon standup stages took over and he became a regular comedian and improv performer at the booming Comedy Store and Improv clubs, onstage with the likes of Robin Williams and Richard Pryor at the height of the comedy boom. Soon after, he was cast as Biff in the now classic Back To The Future trilogy, following up the iconic performance with turns as Griff, and gunslinger Buford “Mad Dog” Tannen. A long career in movies and television blossomed, and some credits include “The Heat,” “The Informant,” “Mosaic,” “Bound by Honor,” “April Fools Day,” and many more. His countless TV credits include the classic “Freaks and Geeks,” and the improvisational “Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous” with Bo Burnham.


His career in animation has been no less busy, with “SpongeBob,” “PigGoatBananaCricket,” “CatDog” and myriad roles in TV cartoons and feature animation, including all of the “SpongeBob” movies. He takes great pride in physically attacking Batman, Superman, Spiderman, the Hulk, and a host of other cartoon heroes, and being beaten decisively by each superhero every time.


He is also a painter, and studied at The Los Angeles Art Academy and the California Art Institute. His work is represented in many galleries, and he’s had many solo exhibitions, including two solo exhibitions at Nickelodeon World Headquarters, as well as selection as a “Disney Featured Artist” with solo exhibitions at Disneyland, and the Disney Gallery.

In Middlemost Post, Parker J. Cloud (Becky Robinson), an exuberant raincloud, lives and works in the Middlemost Post Office with Angus (John DiMaggio), a burly, rule-abiding mailman who cherishes his solitude and values efficiency, and Russell, their magical pet walrus whose stomach is so big that it doubles as a storage room.

Together they journey through Mount Middlemost and the six territories of Somewhere to deliver the mail, while meeting some exceptionally quirky and peculiar people along the way. But as this loving and unconventional trio grows closer, they remain blissfully unaware that they have been brought together by one fateful stormy event.

The Patrick Star Show follows a younger Patrick Star (Bill Fagerbakke) living at home with his family, where he hosts his own show for the neighborhood from his television-turned-bedroom. His little sister, Squidina (Jill Talley), works behind the scenes to make sure Patrick’s show is always running smoothly, while his parents, Bunny (Cree Summer) and Cecil (Tom Wilson) and his grandpa, GrandPat (Dana Snyder), each support Patrick in their own hilariously absurd ways. The Star family’s unpredictable adventures often inform, integrate, and sometimes even interfere with Patrick’s TV show, but one thing is for sure: his bizarre life always makes for great television!





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