Nancy Cartwright was only in her 20s when she auditioned for the role that would change her life, the voice of Bart Simpson. She recently produced and co-wrote the film "In Search of Fellini." (Feb. 15)
It was a time where ripoff merch meant something. Bootleg merchandise isn’t unique in the pantheon of sports memorabilia. Go within a two-block radius of most stadiums on game day and you’ll find someone selling an off-brand jersey where...Show More Summary
The Q channel demonstrates how to make a flipbook animation machine from cardboard. They used a scene from The Simpsons, featuring Bart, for reference. I’m a big fan of Simpsons so I chose Bart Simpson as animation model but you can use any animation you want (even draw one) :) Follow steps from this video...
While many video game characters have four fingers, the practice is frowned upon in Japan, resulting in special variants of everyone from Bart Simpson to Crash Bandicoot. Censored Gaming looks at the history behind the strange 4-fingered discrimination in the country.
Actor Nancy Cartwright rattles off voices from seven characters she plays on The Simpsons, from Bart Simpson, to Todd Flanders, to everyone’s favorite nose-picker, Ralph Wiggum. Who else knew Kearney’s last name before today? We sure didn’t.
The incredibly talented Nancy Cartwright of Spotted Cow Entertainment posted a fantastic video where she does seven of her voices from The Simpsons — Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Database, Todd Flanders, Kearney Zzyzwicz, Ralph Wiggum, and Maggie Simpson — in less than forty seconds. Nancy Cartwright Surprises a 13-Year-Old Boy After Revealing She is the...
"And that, my friends, is how I make a living," the voice of Bart Simpson says in a video clip.
Scientology is known for its many celebrity followers, and it's also known for making those followers do some strange things. For example, Nancy Cartwright created a robo-call recording in the voice of Bart Simpson to solicit donations...Show More Summary
Even in a fantasy version of The Simpsons, Moe can't get away from Bart's pranks.
Princess Nokia recently re-released her 2016 mixtape 1992 (under the name 1992 Deluxe) with a bunch of extra tracks, and today she's shared a joint video for two songs from it, "Bart Simpson" and "Green Line." The video places Nokia back in high school, where she reenacts feeling ostracized and finding a community of people…
The NYC rapper takes a trip down memory lane in her new double feature.
An image purportedly showing a Simpsons chalkboard gag in which Bart mocked Islam is fake.
I remember back-to-school shopping as an 8-year-old. When I hit the mall with my mom, I was looking for the finest Bart Simpson T-shirt money could buy. Maybe some new sweatpants, too, if there was any money left over, or a hat with piano keys across the front. Show More Summary
Phil Berge is an artist at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec. He inked 19 different people with Bart Simpson on his skateboard, each one slightly different. When he put all 19 tattoos together, it's an animation of Bart doing a kick flip! (YouTube...Show More Summary
Quebec City, Canada tattoo artist Phil Berge tattooed Bart Simpson doing a kickflip on a skateboard in a different position on 19 different people. He then took a photo of each tattoo and turned them all into a seamless stop motion animation. A post shared by Phil Berge (@philberge) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:49pm...
Video. Getting a tattoo is (mostly) a lifelong commitment. So what's more impressive than this Bart Simpson kickflip animation is that tattoo artist Phil Berge somehow convinced 19 different people that The Simpsons was still cool and relevant enough to get random frames of this flipbook inked on various body parts. More »
Tattoo artist Phil Berge at the Tattoo Shack in Quebec City created 19 slightly different tattoos of a skateboarding Bart Simpson on 19 different people. When viewed in rapid sequence they reveal a stop-motion animated image of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip: A post shared by Phil Berge (@philberge) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:49pm PST [via Geekologie and /r/gifs]
This is a stop motion video of Bart Simpson doing a kickflip, created by tattoo artist Phil Berge of the Tattoo Shack of Quebec using nineteen tattoos on nineteen different people. What an exclusive club to be a part of. I wonder why I was asked to be involved. Show More Summary
Nancy Cartwright surprised the heck out of this 13-year old boy when she revealed she is the real voice of Bart Simpson. The look on his face, ha! (more…)