Dan DiMartino has been the voice of the character Gravity Falls since Season 2.
He’s been voicing the show since it premiered in 2013.
He’ll also be returning for a second season, which is expected to premiere this fall.
DiMartinos voice will be on the show for the first time.
We caught up with DiMartos creator and producer Ryan Murphy about the role, his thoughts on DiDia, and the possibility of a spinoff.
How did you hear about Dan DiMarino?
I got a call from Ryan Murphy the night I got back from the first season.
It was a very good call.
He was telling me that he liked my voice and wanted to get me on.
I told him that I loved the character of the kids and they wanted me to be a voice for them and that I’m a great actor.
I had a little bit of trouble understanding how he was asking me that, but he seemed very interested in me and I thought it was very sincere.
And then I heard he was doing the show again and that he wanted me on the next season.
How many episodes have you been on so far?
I’ve been on the second season about 15, 16 episodes.
I think there are still a couple more episodes to go, but I think I’m going to do about 18 or 19.
I’ve always been kind of a small part in the show, but now I’m really a main character, and it’s a big part of my character.
How much time have you spent playing the character?
I don’t know if I have, but whenever I’m on set, I try to stay in character, because I’m in a room with these kids.
I try not to think about it too much because I know how to be in character.
What’s it like to get to know your character?
It’s great to get the opportunity to be on a show where I’m actually really the star.
It’s a great experience.
I love playing a character that I love.
I really enjoy it.
And to be able to bring my own personality to it.
How does it feel to have the opportunity of playing a main part on a television show?
I mean, I’ve got a great job, I’m doing something that I really love.
And it’s nice to be around these kids and know what they’re going through.
I’m glad to be playing a part that I enjoy, so I’m happy to do it.
Do you ever get frustrated about not being on set or having to improvise?
Oh, no, absolutely not.
It would be really frustrating.
I know I don�t have any real control over it, but it�s just the nature of my job.
I�ve done some stuff that has been done and it hasn�t really been the most enjoyable experience.
But the kids have done a great show and it�ll be great to be back and to have some fun again.
What do you hope people take away from the show?
For me, I want to be known as the voice behind these kids, which has been a big challenge.
And I hope people learn something from it.
For the kids, it’s not about the voice.
It�s about the experience of being with them and being able to relate to them and understand them.
I hope that people can see it that way and see how important it is for the show to be there for the kids to learn from each other.
What are your favorite moments from the season so far so far and how do you plan to tackle them going forward?
I think the biggest moment was when the kids found the secret box.
The first thing I did was go to the house and open the box, which was like a surprise for them.
And when I went back to the basement to pick it up, the kids were like, �What?
You opened it?� I said, �Yeah, but we found it inside the secret room.
I just opened the box and it was inside a secret room.’
So that was really a really big moment for the series, which really set the tone for the season.
The kids are really excited and they really want to know what is inside.
They want to see what’s inside.
And they’re also very much looking for the secret treasure box, so they’re looking for it and it leads to the secret door, which leads to an underground storage room, and they find this treasure.
They also find a big box, a huge box, with all kinds of treasure inside it.
I like the way they go about it, and I hope they find the treasure box.
I also love how the kids are looking for things and they’re searching for something.
It just felt like they were looking for something, and then the treasure comes out.
The next big moment was with the second episode.
It felt like I was there in that basement,