Simon Kennedy is a force in the voice-over landscape, plus he’s a stand-up comedian giving him a real knack for timing in the booth, for those instances when a script requires a certain ‘something’ beyond the words on the page.
Simon brings warmth to scripts, his heartfelt tone fits even the most sensitive material, add to that a brilliant range of characters, impersonations and accents. This makes him a sought-after talent in the world of gaming and animation.
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It's hard to find a reliable source of information these days - this podcast, is not that source.
Comedian Simon Kennedy brings you the fakest fake news from the fakest corner of Faketown. It's history reimagined.
Real audio made unreal, not-so-real interviews with real historical figures, and real interviews with not-so-real historical figures. This podcast is completely unreal, and completely historically inaccurate.
How do you forgive a terrorist for murder? Simon Kennedy's mother Yvonne was one of 10 Australians to die during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and the only one to die outside of New York, in the attack on the Pentagon. On September 11, 2001, Yvonne boarded flight AA77 to begin her return to Australia after completing a much-planned vacation to America. All passengers on board were killed in the crash into the Pentagon.
In 9/11 and the Art of Happiness: An Australian Story, Simon remembers his mother and reveals unheard of details about the trauma family members endured in the aftermath of a global terrorist attack.
9/11 and the Art of Happiness is not only his family story, but also a thoughtful reflection on the art of forgiveness and letting go of bitterness and hatred.
“So beautifully written, so heartfelt and more than anything, it has so many important messages contained within it”.
With more than 24 years as an international headline comedian, presenter and writer, Simon is one of Australia’s most insightful, and versatile Entertainers.