His latest falls firmly into the second category, as Fraser costars with Hollywood heavyweights Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, among others, in "Looney Tunes: Back In Action."
Fraser confesses to The Early Show co-anchor Rene Syler he is a kid trapped in a man's body and acknowledges his love for cartoons. He says, "When I was a kid, it was the one thing that I consistently relied on to being absolutely hilarious. A lot of other people, too, actors, comediennes, writers…."
In "Looney Tunes: Back In Action," Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are feuding again. Tired of coming in second, Daffy leaves the studio with a little assistance from security guard/aspiring stuntman D.J. Drake (Fraser). The two team up to solve a global kidnapping/stolen jewel caper with some funny results.
And the animation combined with the human actors looks seamless. Fraser says, "The technology has come to such a place now where the audience really does believe that live action people are on screen with animated creatures. It's interesting, because you have to do what you're really expected to do in the first place, which is just imagine that it's there, buy into the situation and as long as the actors believe it, the audience will."
Fraser also does the voiceover of Tazmanian Devil and did a bit at Syler's request. He added, "He hooks up with She-Taz, there is a love connection. But that's a higher pitch and I've done it a few times before this week so please don't ask me to do that," he begged.
What he is not tired of doing is entertaining his "Baby Taz," as he calls his 14-month old child, showing a picture of his baby, Griffin Arthur. He says fatherhood "has just given me the absolute reason to do everything that I do with so much more certainty - and how much I get out of it, how much I love my wife more, how much I love this kid. It changes your life, once you have that kid with you. It's hard to articulate, but those of you out there who have kids, you know what I'm talking about."
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