Brian Hull had a fairly unusual route to celebrity. He recorded a version of the famous Frozen song “Let It Go” and posted it to YouTube. Little did he know that just a couple years later he’d be living in California and working as a voice over artist and actor. You’ve never heard anything quite like my guest on Episode 55: Disney Character Impressions With Brian Hull.
I’m sure you’ve seen his viral video on YouTube, but just in case you haven’t been on the internet much over the last few years, let me tell you why this certain video went viral. As a college student, Brian Hull heard about a contest where all you had to do to enter was record yourself singing “Let It Go” and post it to a website. If your video won, the top prize was a $100 Disney gift card. Brian was a cash-strapped college student in Texas who desperately wanted to buy Frozen and Saving Mr. Banks on DVD, so he recorded the most unique version of “Let It Go” probably ever made, singing the song in the voices of 21 different Disney characters!
I talk with Brian all about having a viral video, instant fame, and how he is now pursuing his dream of being a voiceover artist in Hollywood. Oh, and there are some amazing Disney character impressions in the mix too, of course!
To watch the video that started it all for Brian, his “Let It Go” video featuring 21 different Disney character voices, CLICK HERE.
To see Brian’s equally amazing version of Adele’s “Hello” just CLICK HERE.
And to see anything and everything that Brian Hull has to offer on his YouTube channel, CLICK HERE.