(Orlando, Florida) April 12, 2011 — The Sorcerer Radio Network, a global leader in fan-based Disney internet radio and programming, is proud to welcome Bret Iwan, the voice of Mickey Mouse, as a guest on WDW Tiki Room Friday April 15, 2011 at 8:00 a.m./Eastern time.
Iwan will be speaking with WDW Tiki Room hosts Kristen and Aljon about his participation in the Thank You Walt Disney, Inc. 2011 Spring Fundraiser, "A Private Evening with Mickey and Donald." Starring Iwan and Tony Anselmo, the voice of Donald Duck. Iwan will be talking about his whirlwind life change after becoming the official voice of Mickey Mouse less than 2 years ago. He will also share his favorite things at the Disney parks, upcoming projects. and listener questions.
Sorcerer Radio is honored to have Mr. Iwan on our airwaves as well as working to promote Thank You Walt Disney Inc.
For more information about the Thank You Walt Disney, Inc. 2011 Spring Fundraiser, A Private Evening with Mickey and Donald" please visit the website: http://www.thankyouwaltdisney.org/?page_id=26
For more information about Sorcerer Radio and the WDW Tiki Room radio show please visit the website: http://srsounds.com/joom_15/index.ph...d=52&Itemid=53
About Bret Iwan:
Bret Iwan is an American voice actor and an illustrator and the fourth and current voice of Mickey Mouse, a role he assumed from the late Wayne Allwine. He graduated from the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, USA in 2004. Iwan was previously an illustrator at Hallmark. Iwan was first called in to be the voice of Mickey Mouse shortly after the death of Wayne Allwine on May 18, 2009. Bret first recorded Mickey Mouse dialogue for the Animal Kingdom theme park, as well as the 2009 Disney On Ice: Celebrations, and Disney Live: Rockin' Road Show. He gave his first full performance as Mickey Mouse for the English version of the PlayStation Portable game Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep and reprised the role in Epic Mickey, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Mickey Mousekersize and the English version of the Nintendo DS game Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded. Iwan's first voice over work in a Disney park can be heard in the Animal Kingdom closing show, "Adventurers Celebration" as well as on the newly refurbished Tomorrowland Transit Authority ride at the Magic Kingdom, in Walt Disney World, in which upon passing Mickey's Star Traders, Mickey responds with his signature laugh and 'That's right, it's outta this world!'
About Thank You Walt Disney Inc.
Thank You Walt Disney, Inc. is committed to being a leader in art animation study, while encouraging confidence and entrepreneurial individualism. The efforts to restore the Laugh-O-Gram Studio in Kansas City represent more than just a fascination with Walt Disney and his incredible life. They represent our opportunity to preserve a part of our history that would have otherwise disappeared, and will ultimately serve as a catalyst to link education and hope with our youth, enabling them to become true leaders in our community. For more information please visit: http://www.thankyouwaltdisney.org
About the Sorcerer Radio Network:
Sorcerer Radio is the premiere Disney-inspired, fan-run station reaching a world-wide audience via Live 365, web apps and mobile devices. Founded in 2001, Sorcerer Radio, an officially licensed ASCAP, BMI and SESAC station, began streaming Walt Disney World theme park music and attraction audio as a channel on Live 365. The Sorcerer Radio Network features the following original programs and personalities: "SRN Top 10" (Jeff Davis), "E-Ticket Time" (Sorcerer), "SorCom Review" (Eric), "WDW Backstage" (Krystal), "DW:60" (Jeff Davis), "Castaway Midday" (Kristen and Krystal), "WDW Tiki Room (Kristen and Aljon) and many more. The Sorcerer Radio Network also includes the "Character Breakfast Podcast" (Sorcerer, Jeff Davis, Imagine and Pluto), "WDW Tiki Room Podcast" (Kristen and Aljon), "Cooking with Mickey" Web Series (Kristen), "WDW After Dark" (prime time live video show) and "Sorcerer Radio Newsletter." Visit www.SRSounds.com for more information and follow Sorcerer Radio on Twitter @SRSounds.