Lego fansite Brickfanatics have done a quick interview with Obi-Wan voice actor James Arnold Taylor, discussing his work in one of Lego's top series - Star Wars. Specifically, the Clone Wars.
Here is a quick sample of the interview. For the full scoop, please check the source link below.
What was it like being able to play a character, and tell a story, over seven years in Star Wars: The Clone Wars?
The truth is we worked on that show for ten years. Of course there are only six seasons that were released, but for like two years before it came out that we were actually working on it and nobody knew. George Lucas was footing the bill, doing it all on its own, then was looking for a network to release it on, and released it on Cartoon Network.
It was an amazing experience and we built such a family. I’m in contact daily with Catherine Taber who is Padme Amidala, I was just e-mailing Matt Lanter [Anakin Skywalker], the other night, Dee Bradley Baker [Captain Rex]… we’ve really built just a bond and Star Wars is such a thing that is so connected to all of us through our childhood. We are all always still working together on other projects but it was The Clone Wars that brought us together as a family and it was an amazing time, an amazing experience. Especially because it was the last Star Wars that George Lucas had his fingerprints on and was just so involved in with, that made it really special I think.