At age 16, Greg Morton got first job at a local department store, as a P.A. announcer. That same voice that grabbed the attention of shoppers, recently wowed judges, on the season 14 premier of America’s Got Talent. Howie Mandel said, “I can’t believe there isn’t a banner with your name on it in Vegas!” After 35 years of entertaining audiences worldwide, opening for Celine Dion, Harry Connick Jr. and Luther Vandross at Radio City Music Hall - appearing on Just for Laughs, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Comic’s Unleashed, and his own Dry Bar Comedy Special, entitled, ‘I Started Out as a Baby’ - he received a standing ovation, and four yeses for his 2 min. Star Wars routine. The force is definitely with him.
You’ve heard of Plants vs Zombies? Well how about Plants vs Animals! Join Sam Hadding and Greg Morton in another cartoon collaboration. It’s an epic court battle over who or what should be eaten more. Written, directed and performed by Sam Hadding. (With a little help from voice over artist, Greg Morton, of course.)
For more Greg Morton and Sam Hadding collaborations, click the links below.
This Friday, Greg Morton will appear on WJXT 4 JAX in a special appearance, to promote his live shows at THE COMEDY ZONE, in Jacksonville, FL. Secrets will be revealed, and questions will be answered, like… “Did he play for the Buffalo Bills?” Tune in Friday, 10:30 am.
Sam Hadding is a recent high school graduate who has autism. This presented challenges in his life, but it never swayed him from his dreams of becoming a cartoonist/animator. After placing in the top 10, of a film contest hosted by Ghetto Film School, he went on to complete two collaborations with YouTube channel, The Positive Autism.
Hadding is also a huge fan of America’s Got Talent. To commemorate the show’s premier on June, 1st, Sam has compiled a package of films called his AGT bundle! All of these films were inspired by the vocal talents of AGT alumni.
Sam wrote, animated, cast and directed his latest collaboration entitled, ‘Goatley and Pigton.’
In this cartoon, a disgruntled goat named Goatley, tries to take over the town with the help of his lovable, dim-witted, pig sidekick, named Pigton and a Fairy Godmother, voiced by Sam himself.
This is Sam’s first cartoon with speaking characters, showcasing the v/o talent of, actress, poet and singer Naima Idrissi. Sam discovered Naima’s talent in the award-winning film Blue Iris, by filmmaker, Samiksha Thakur.
Now that the film has finally been completed, it is Sam’s wish that you all enjoy his first labor of love. – CARTOONS.