Gas Money Pictures has added hip hop artist Tone Lōc to the cast of its upcoming adult animated comedy series Hollywould, which follows the adventures of two washed-up screenwriters and their encounters with the “literal fruits, nuts and flakes” of Hollywould. Tone Lōc joins previously announced stars Corin Nemec (Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Stargate SG-1), David Faustino (Married… with Children, Dragons: Race to the Edge) and Jenny Curtis (Modern Family, Any Bullet will Do).
Tone Lōc rose to stardom in 1988 with the release of the multi-platinum song “Wild Thing,” followed in 1989 by “Funky Cold Medina” — both from his debut album, Lōc-ed After Dark. Recently, Lōc has lent his vocal talent to such hit shows as King of the Hill, Chowder and Uncle Grandpa.
“His incredible, unique voice is impossible to miss,” said series creator James L. Bills. “We’ve thought about Tone Lōc in this role since the beginning, and we are fortunate enough to have made it happen.”
Hollywould is being produced and animated by Gas Money Pictures in their North Hollywood studio, with Jesse Yang as animation supervisor. Paul C. Norman is executive producer, with Bills and J. Horton producing.
Tone Lōc is represented by Abrams Artists Agency.
Gas Money Pictures is an independent studio producing all its content in UHD/4K for highest-quality multi-platform delivery. Learn more at www.gasmoneypictures.com.