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  • One Man; Many Voices

    Rowell Gormon created “theater of the mind” through various characters conjured up in his creative cranial recesses. In 1975, he was recruited from a radio station in Winston-Salem to WRAL-FM by Bob Inskeep, better known to listeners as “FBI,” or
  • Rowell Gormon the voice of Zoot

    Rowell Gormon is the multi-talented, creative genius who produced award winning commercials for WRAL-FM and served as the Production Manager for many years. Rowell might be best known for creating a puppet named “Zoot” who became a side-kick for FBI – Famous Bob Inskeep, during the morning radio show that aired in the late 70s and 80s. Rowell also provided various puppet characters for The Uncle Paul Show. He acted in an episode of “Sparks” that aired in July 1988.

    Rowell continues to act and provides voices for top name brand companies and is a brilliant copy writer.

    Rowell is interviewed by John Harris, Corporate Director of Special Projects.

  • Uncle Paul Show promo 1977

    Uncle Paul was a very popular character portrayed by Paul Montgomery, an accomplish jazz pianist who was also legally blind. The video shows Uncle Paul talking with Mr. Anybody, portrayed by Rowell Gormon, about the program, “Time for Uncle Paul,” moving to a new time period. Promo produced in 1977.

  • WRAL News promo about Dead End Job using character actor Rowell Gormon

    Well known radio personality and character actor Rowell Gormon brings the subject of “Dead End Job” to life. His portrayal of a person facing job disatisfaction resonated with viewers who were in a similar predicament. The news promo was very effective and well received by viewers.

  • Rowell Gormon

    Voice actor and puppeteer Rowell Gormon, who created characters for Time for Uncle Paul, Bob Inskeep and a host of other CBC programs.