Miller, Liz Shannon
November 2008
Daily Variety;11/20/2008, Vol. 301 Issue 34, pA11
Trade Publication
The article profiles Seth MacFarlane, an writer, producer and voice actor in the U.S. It notes that MacFarlane heads three different series including "American Dad," "Family Guy" and "The Cleveland Show." He launches his first foray "Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy" into Web animation. He found relaxation in the form of a voice-only role in "Hellboy II." He remains focused on television.


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