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Newsarama Interviews Carey Means on "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" (UPDATED Jan 15, 2008)


Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed voice actor Carey Means about his role as Frylock on Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Means discusses how he got the job, the difficulties of being a voice-over actor, and starts in on what it’s like to work on the show.

UPDATED January 15, 2008
: Part 2 of the interview has been posted, where Means discusses some upcoming plot lines for the show.

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