Tod Fennell- An Amazing Actor Without a Conventional Stage

Tod Fennell- An Amazing Actor Without a Conventional Stage

First, let me introduce Tod. Maybe they recognize his younger face in ‘You’re Afraid of the Dark?’ If you’ve watched Nickelodeon at the turn of the century, you might have caught him in The Chronicles of Spiderwick or as Cliff in Art Greater.

But you’re more likely to recognize his voice, the voice that was used in commercials for big brands like Subway and McDonalds, and gave life to characters in popular electronic games like The Division and Far Cry New Dawn. But as her career took off, she found a niche: voice acting. And that’s a good niche to fill when all theaters and cinemas are closed.

 “Most traditional actors get tremendous satisfaction from the audience,” says Fennell. “You could say the voice acting is a little more personal, a little more intimate. In fact, it is usually quite quiet. It doesn’t require the finesse that stage performance or other types of acting have. A different result is required. “This makes it easier to do it at home. Here’s what Tod says is the key to maintaining high creative productivity when you just can’t get out.

Fennell says he doesn’t stick to his schedule, but tries to stick to it for at least 85% of the day, which gives him the flexibility and structure he needs.

Tom Fennell’s Career in Video Games, Film & TV And His Social Media Reaches

Video games

Todd has voiced and recorded appearances in games such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Ghost Recon and Deus Ex, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits. and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Years of training in dance and martial arts make him extremely versatile and able to adapt to different types of characters.

Cinema & TV

As a child, Tod grew up watching cult TV shows such as Lassie, Goosebumps and You’re Afraid of the Dark. As an adult, he had the opportunity to play roles alongside Morgan Freeman and Billy. Bob Thorton in Leviti, Mary Louise Parker in The Spiderwick Chronicles, Judy Davis and James Brolin in Reagan, and Kate Bosworth in Art Greater.


With articles in Forbes, Thrive Global, and Grit daily, and his growing social media presence and Cameo, Tod has become a “ready” recruiter for both video games and brands. According to Fennell, reaching emotion is the driving force behind everything you do in Ember Lab.

 Whether you’re exploring a scenic world, solving puzzles with the adorable Rot creatures (think of Mogwai from Gremlins mixed with Soot Sprites from Spirited Away), or fighting enemies, they all serve the same purpose. It helps others.

 “In some other games, you might have to read thousands of lines in 4 hours or something, but Ember Lab gave me more time. I had to do it one at a time to make sure I did the right thing. When it’s a small studio and all of them are more affordable, you can do it even on a lower budget.’’

You can see for yourself if Kena: Bridge of Spirits lives up to all the Pixar comparisons when it launches on PC, PS4 and PS5.

 It was originally scheduled to be released in September. 8, but was recently pushed back to Tuesday 21 September so some more polish could be applied.

You can continue Tod Fennell on Instagram and Cameo. If you would like to see his latest updates, you can visit his Twitter. You can also visit his official website to see his portfolio.

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