Animation production supervisor Tucker Gilmore took a page from fellow animators like Brad Bird and Joe Ranft by stepping in front of the microphone to voice characters in "Wreck-It Ralph" (2012) and "Frozen" (2013), which led to a second career with the "Robot Chicken" (Adult Swim, 2005- ) crew on their animated super hero parody "Supermansion" (Crackle, 2015). Gilmore began his career in production, working his way up from production assistant on "Tangled" (2010) to layout supervisor on "Frozen." Between these projects, he voiced the announcer for the racing game Sugar Rush in "Wreck-It Ralph," which led to a second voice acting role as the Irish dignitary visiting Arendell in "Frozen." That same year, he took his first pass at the wealth, brooding super hero Black Saturn in "Ubermansion" (Adult Swim, 2013), which served as the pilot for "Supermansion." When the latter series shifted to the online platform Crackle, Gilmore reprised his character alongside star and co-producer Bryan Cranston, Keegan-Michael Key and "Robot Chicken" writer-producers Tom Root and Zeb Wells.