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Where SpongeBob Really Lives

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1bat Where SpongeBob Really Lives on Thu 8 Jan 2015 - 5:26



Actor Tom Kenny, 52, is the voice of SpongeBob SquarePants and hundreds of other cartoon characters. His voice will appear in “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” due in February. He spoke with Marc Myers.
Since I spend my days acting like a hyperactive child, you can’t really say I grew up anywhere. I did live with my family in East Syracuse, N.Y., until I was 21. Today, I live in Studio City, Calif., with my wife, Jill, in a house that looks like it belongs in East Syracuse. Life has come full circle.
I didn’t realize our L.A. house looked like it belonged in my old neighborhood until a buddy from high school came out to visit. He said, “Hey, it’s like you’re still living at home.” I guess he’s right. I think what he was trying to say is that out here, where overbuilt mansions and fake Spanish castles rule, our house radiates “stability” and “normal life.”
Back in East Syracuse, normal meant bitterly cold winters that typically started in October and lingered until May. Suiting up to go outside was like prepping for a spacewalk. Our house was a two-story, four-bedroom ranch, and like every house on the street, it was built in 1960. My older brother and I shared an upstairs bedroom, my two sisters had their own rooms, and my parents had the fourth. My youngest brother came along so late that it was easy for him to find a vacant bedroom when he was old enough for one.
The house wasn’t that big, considering we were a family of seven. (I was the middle child.) So in 1969, my parents knocked out the kitchen wall and added a family room, bringing the space to 1,700 square feet. But I never felt I needed private space. I was a big reader, wrote stories and drew comics, which I could do anywhere. I watched a lot of cartoons on our black-and-white TV. They left a deep impression on me, though at the time, I had no idea which ones were in color: My family didn’t buy a color set until 1976.  In grade school, I became curious about the voices on the cartoon shows. I noticed names like Mel Blanc, Daws Butler, June Foray, Don Messick and Bill Scott in the credits. One day, my Aunt Kathy gave me a Stan Freberg comedy album. When I turned over the jacket and read the credits, I recognized several names from TV. That’s where I first saw photos of the people who did all the goofy voices. They were adults and looked surprisingly like everyday people. They became my role models—proof that comedy and odd voices could constitute viable employment.

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