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Chapman To (in Shrek 2 , 3 and 4 ; Cantonese)
Michael Gough (video games)
Chris Farley (original, early recordings)
Jim Cummings (ADR work)


Shrek is the main character of the book and the Shrek movies . The name "Shrek" is derived from the German word, Schreck, and the Yiddish word, both meaning "fright" or "terror".

Although Shrek's background is something of a mystery, it is assumed that despite these traits, Shrek has always been an ogre of the non-hostile kind (and unlike the fairytale ogre, doesn't eat children), as he loves peace and quiet and lives in a swamp.

Public appearances by former Journey frontman Steve Perry are rare, if not virtually nonexistent, and have been that way for some years. Once a face plastered all over T-shirts, concert posters, magazines and music videos, these days it's his voice that provides a lingering presence via such timeless, iconic songs as "Open Arms," "Faithfully" and "Don't Stop Believin'."

But as recognizable as that aim-for-the-heavens wail might be, it's also what drove the now 64-year-old singer to leave the music business behind and pursue a quiet, non-public life outside of Los Angeles. "This love-hate relationship that I have with my voice is a tumultuous thing," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter at the City of Hope Spirit of Life gala honoring CAA managing partner and head of music Rob Light (pictured with former Journey bassist Randy Jackson )   on Sept. 19. "You love music, but it's a tough relationship."

As Journey continued on without him -- famously hiring Filipino singer  Arnel Pineda in 2007 after seeing him belt their songs on YouTube (the story is chronicled in the 2012 film festival favorite, Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey) -- Perry decisively disappeared from 1998 on. "I walked away from all of it," he said. "I jumped off the Journey merry-go-round when it was still selling large venues. I got burned out and had to leave."

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Chapman To (in Shrek 2 , 3 and 4 ; Cantonese)
Michael Gough (video games)
Chris Farley (original, early recordings)
Jim Cummings (ADR work)


Shrek is the main character of the book and the Shrek movies . The name "Shrek" is derived from the German word, Schreck, and the Yiddish word, both meaning "fright" or "terror".

Although Shrek's background is something of a mystery, it is assumed that despite these traits, Shrek has always been an ogre of the non-hostile kind (and unlike the fairytale ogre, doesn't eat children), as he loves peace and quiet and lives in a swamp.

Public appearances by former Journey frontman Steve Perry are rare, if not virtually nonexistent, and have been that way for some years. Once a face plastered all over T-shirts, concert posters, magazines and music videos, these days it's his voice that provides a lingering presence via such timeless, iconic songs as "Open Arms," "Faithfully" and "Don't Stop Believin'."

But as recognizable as that aim-for-the-heavens wail might be, it's also what drove the now 64-year-old singer to leave the music business behind and pursue a quiet, non-public life outside of Los Angeles. "This love-hate relationship that I have with my voice is a tumultuous thing," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter at the City of Hope Spirit of Life gala honoring CAA managing partner and head of music Rob Light (pictured with former Journey bassist Randy Jackson )   on Sept. 19. "You love music, but it's a tough relationship."

As Journey continued on without him -- famously hiring Filipino singer  Arnel Pineda in 2007 after seeing him belt their songs on YouTube (the story is chronicled in the 2012 film festival favorite, Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey) -- Perry decisively disappeared from 1998 on. "I walked away from all of it," he said. "I jumped off the Journey merry-go-round when it was still selling large venues. I got burned out and had to leave."

The Merry Recluse: A Life in Essays [Caroline Knapp] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the best-selling author of …

The Merry Recluse has 436 ratings and 57 reviews. Thomas said: I love Caroline Knapp. I miss her, too; she died in 2002. Little did she know that her wri...

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Having chronic pain means many things change, and a lot of them are invisible. Unlike having cancer or being hurt in an accident, most people do not understand even a little about chronic pain and its effects, and of those that think they know, many are actually misinformed.

In the spirit of informing those who wish to understand …
… These are the things that I would like you to understand about me before you judge me…

Please understand that being sick doesn’t mean I’m not still a human being. I have to spend most of my day in considerable pain and exhaustion, and if you visit, sometimes I probably don’t seem like much fun to be with, but I’m still me– stuck inside this body. I still worry about school, my family, my friends, and most of the time – I’d still like to hear you talk about yours, too.

Chapman To (in Shrek 2 , 3 and 4 ; Cantonese)
Michael Gough (video games)
Chris Farley (original, early recordings)
Jim Cummings (ADR work)


Shrek is the main character of the book and the Shrek movies . The name "Shrek" is derived from the German word, Schreck, and the Yiddish word, both meaning "fright" or "terror".

Although Shrek's background is something of a mystery, it is assumed that despite these traits, Shrek has always been an ogre of the non-hostile kind (and unlike the fairytale ogre, doesn't eat children), as he loves peace and quiet and lives in a swamp.

Public appearances by former Journey frontman Steve Perry are rare, if not virtually nonexistent, and have been that way for some years. Once a face plastered all over T-shirts, concert posters, magazines and music videos, these days it's his voice that provides a lingering presence via such timeless, iconic songs as "Open Arms," "Faithfully" and "Don't Stop Believin'."

But as recognizable as that aim-for-the-heavens wail might be, it's also what drove the now 64-year-old singer to leave the music business behind and pursue a quiet, non-public life outside of Los Angeles. "This love-hate relationship that I have with my voice is a tumultuous thing," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter at the City of Hope Spirit of Life gala honoring CAA managing partner and head of music Rob Light (pictured with former Journey bassist Randy Jackson )   on Sept. 19. "You love music, but it's a tough relationship."

As Journey continued on without him -- famously hiring Filipino singer  Arnel Pineda in 2007 after seeing him belt their songs on YouTube (the story is chronicled in the 2012 film festival favorite, Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey) -- Perry decisively disappeared from 1998 on. "I walked away from all of it," he said. "I jumped off the Journey merry-go-round when it was still selling large venues. I got burned out and had to leave."

Chapman To (in Shrek 2 , 3 and 4 ; Cantonese)
Michael Gough (video games)
Chris Farley (original, early recordings)
Jim Cummings (ADR work)


Shrek is the main character of the book and the Shrek movies . The name "Shrek" is derived from the German word, Schreck, and the Yiddish word, both meaning "fright" or "terror".

Although Shrek's background is something of a mystery, it is assumed that despite these traits, Shrek has always been an ogre of the non-hostile kind (and unlike the fairytale ogre, doesn't eat children), as he loves peace and quiet and lives in a swamp.




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