In this episode, we conclude my interview with Margaret Kerry. Again, most Disney fans will know Margaret as the original live-action reference model for Tinker Bell, but there is so much more to her than that! In part 1 we talked about how she became Tink, some insight into who Tink really is, her memories of Walt Disney, and more.
Now, in this episode, Margaret talks about…
- Some of Marc Davis’s fine art work;
- Being the voice of one of the redheaded mermaids in Peter Pan;
- June Foray;
- Getting into voiceover work;
- A salute to Hal Smith—a pretty funny story;
- Finding her birth family 50 years after she was adopted;
- Tinker Bell is Irish!;
- Her favorite place in the world;
- Her second favorite dialect to do (behind Irish);
- A quick story about her being a literalist;
- Continental dialects;
- Her upcoming book, Tinker Bell Talks: Tales of a Pixie Dusted Life;
- A sneak preview at one of her stories from the book;
- If she could have any job working for the Walt Disney Company, what it would be and why;
- What she never gets asked that she wishes people would ask her;
- Faith, trust, and pixie dust;
- What inspires her;
- Her advice to you for following your dreams;
- The importance of joining Toastmasters;
- A rather non-traditional Shameless Plug Time.
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Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.
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