Posted: 02:19 GMT, Jan.. December 2020 | Updated: 08:28 GMT, Jan.. December 2020
He recently hinted at a television comeback after stepping back from the limelight to focus on his production company, Roving Enterprises.
But Rove McManus’ return may be different from the number of Australians who remember him on the late-night talk show Rove Live.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the 46-year-old announced that he would like to work in children’s entertainment – particularly on the ABC animated series Bluey.
‘I’m very available’: Rove McManus, 46, asked ABC to give him a role as voice actor in the popular children’s cartoon Bluey
« I am sending a torch to everyone on the show that I am very available, » he said.
Bluey is a six year old Blue Heeler dog with a creative imagination who loves turning everyday family life into magical and often transformative experiences.
Put it out there: « I am sending a torch to everyone on the show that I am very available, » he told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday
Popular Show: Bluey is a six year old Blue Heeler dog with a creative imagination who loves to turn everyday family life into magical and often transformative experiences.
His most memorable roles include Junior Investor in Norm of the North; Max, Hiro, Coach Coach, Stinky, John, Lionel and Skinny Arthur in Cartoon Network’s exchange student Zero; and a crab in Finding Nemo.
Rove admitted to the publication that he also had a knack for imitating animal sounds like a hippopotamus.
« It doesn’t translate well, and most people don’t know what sounds they’re making. Hence it is difficult for a person to criticize, but trust me, it is spot on, « he said.
Cameo role: Rove uttered a crab in the animated film Finding Nemo (picture) from 2003. . He has also voiced Junior Investor in Norm of the North and Max, Hiro, Coach Coach, Stinky, John, Lionel and Skinny Arthur on Cartoon Network’s Exchange Student Zero
Animal instinct: Rove confessed to the publication that he also had a knack for imitating animal noises like a hippopotamus
Rove received a Guinness World Record in 2016 for most animal species identified by sound in one minute.
His admission follows a hint that he was planning a TV comeback at the AACTA Awards earlier this month.
When asked if fans should expect to see him on TV again, Rove told Daily Mail Australia, “Yes, there will be something before the end of the year. ‘
The host did not reveal details about the show and said he was « not allowed to speak about it until it was properly announced ». .
Teasing: Rove’s confession follows a hint that he was planning a TV comeback at the AACTA Awards earlier this month. When asked if fans should expect to see him on TV again, Rove told Daily Mail Australia, « Yes, there will be something before the end of the year »
However, he was ready to talk about another project in the pipeline and said he was doing voice over work for an animation.
« There will be something I can only say at this point, it will be my voice that you will hear, » he teased.
‘I did a lot of animation stuff which was a lot of fun so I enjoy that. ‘
« There will be something I can only possibly say at this point, it will be my voice that you will hear, » teased Rove. « I did a lot of animation stuff which was a lot of fun so I enjoy that »
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