Birthday: March 11, 1956 Birth
Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA Height: 0' 0"
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Best-known as the voice of Pinky in the animated TV show "Pinky and the Brain" (1995).
Curiously enough, Robert "Bob" Paulsen is the name of Meat Loaf's character in the film Fight Club (1999).
1994 - Did voices on the 'Buffalo Duck's Radio Ranch'
In 1995, he was nominated for an Annie Award in Outstanding Individual Acheivement for Voice Acting in the Field of Animation for his work as Yakko Warner on "Animaniacs" (1993).
Has a son named Ashton, born September 10, 1984.
Made an extremely rare-public appearance with fellow voice actor Maurice LaMarche at Comic-Con International 2002 at the invitation of fellow voice actor, Mark Hamill. He was given a 2 minute standing ovation upon arriving and after calming down, the audience was treated to "Nations of the World" which Rob Paulsen did with no mistakes. It was received to thunderous applause and along with Maurice they did many Pinky and the Brain impersonations. The impressions can be seen on the Bonus Disk of Comic Book: The Movie (2004) (V). Rob Paulsen returned in 2003 for a live encore.
Known for ad-libbing in his voice-over readings.
Because he voices Jim Carrey's character of Stanley Ipkiss in the cartoon spin-off series "The Mask", whenever a Jim Carrey movie is going to be aired on television and needs to be edited for language content, and Jim Carrey is not available to re-dub, Rob Paulsen is called upon to do it.
Idol is Detroit Red Wings' player, Gordie Howe (9).
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