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A young Tina Fey provided voices for a pinball machine called Medieval Madness in 1997 as two princesses, the dialogue for the game was written by future 30 Rock co-star Scott Adsit

Medieval Madness

The music and sounds for this game were composed by Dan Forden. Much of the game’s dialogue was written by Scott Adsit and Kevin Dorff, at the time members of The Second City in Chicago. Adsit also provided voice work alongside fellow Second City member Tina Fey.

Tina Fey and Andrea Farrell provided the voices of the various princesses (one of which has a “valley girl” accent), while Greg Freres provided the voices of the jousting announcer and one of the trolls, and Vince Pontarelli provided the voices of Francois Du Grimm and the other troll. The rest of the male voices, including the various knights and the Wizard were provided by Scott Adsit and Kevin Dorff.

Reception

It was an immediate critical success, earning well o… Continue Reading (2 minute read)

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