If Tommy Joubert wanted to become an actor, he understood the amount of work that awaited the comedy troupe every day. Radio Hell. But before becoming an artist, it was the Yellow family members who kept him calm. Back in the past.
Tommy, what youth program has identified you the most?
In a galaxy near you Won a prize for youth programs! The wacky, “geek” side, the eccentric cast..everything about this show is out of the ordinary and refreshing to viewers. Sometimes it’s sad to realize that we take fewer and fewer “risks” like this television masterpiece.
What are some of your favorite childhood TV memories?
When I was a kid, when I went to bed, it was show time The Simpsons. I remember begging my mom to let me at least watch the credits while the family was sitting on the couch. It was different every night and that was comforting to me!
Was there a character who influenced you to the point of wanting to become an artist?
Seeing Gang made me want to act Radio Hell Being applauded by the studio audience. It was during this time that I realized that it was a job and a heavy workload. I’ve always wanted to play characters as cool as Carl “Le Cat” Charest or mean and petty as Brad Spitfire. [membre de l’équipage de Dans une galaxie près de chez vous, NDLR].
Is there a song from the show that still sticks in your mind?
of is common What’s New, Scooby-Doo? It’s on my “playlist” on Spotify. The renewal of the general plan was a great success!
What universe do children want to discover?
That’s Hayao Miyazaki [sommité de l’animation japonaise, réalisateur de films comme Princesse Mononoké ou Le château ambulant, NDLR].
►Tommy Joubert appeared in the musical Rock of Ages, created by Joël Legendre at the Capitole de Québec until August 7. Luna Zucchini, Remi Chasse and Joelle Lanctot, among others, are part of the adventure.