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Shearer -- who also voices Smithers and Ned Flanders, among other characters, and hosts his own syndicated radio show on the side -- is the first cast member to speak out on the row.
While on tour in Los Angeles, several cast members were photographed with their mouths duct taped and NOH8 written on one cheek to support the campaign.
Cast Members join together to give time, resources to local community organizations ANAHEIM, Calif.
Keisa Parrish, a New York Blue cast member for four years, explains, "If there wasn't such a tight bond, it'd be impossible to do the shows.
This contributes to the sense of safety the cast members profess to feel when working with him and, in turn, allows them to push the envelope a bit and go into the darker corners of their character's psyche when called upon to do so.
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual cast members of MTV's The Real World have come and gone.
Internal publications were created by the hundreds, from annual reports, to marketing materials, recruitment packages, and a magazine, En Coulisse (in French and English), distributed to all cast members describing different areas of EuroDisney and the progress being made within the complex.
Any time Walt Disney World staff-known as cast member some in contact with guests, they are "on stage.