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Dominic Scott Kay lends Voice to Charlotte’s Web video game

December 9th, 2006 by Paul Martin

SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. announced that actor Dominic Scott Kay, who voices the role of Wilbur in Paramount Pictures’/Walden Media’s presentation of a Kerner Entertainment/Nickelodeon Movies production, the holiday release Charlotte’s Web, has reprised his role in the DS™ and PC versions of the Charlotte’s Web video game. The game is was released on November 14, 2006 and is also available for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance and mobile phones.

“I love video games and I’m really excited to have my voice in Charlotte’s Web,” said Kay, who made his debut in the 2002 hit Minority Report. “I think it is so cool that the first game I’ve ever worked on is based on a story that everyone loves. I can’t wait for it to come out so that I can play it with my friends and family.”

Players of all ages will explore the charming world of Charlotte’s Web as Wilbur and Templeton the rat in four interactive environments, including Zuckerman’s Barn, a Junkyard, the Countryside, and the County Fair. Each area offers numerous challenging levels, a colorful cast of characters, and a variety of mini-games. Through his familiarity with Wilbur in the upcoming movie, Kay is able to bring his big-screen movie magic to the character in the DS and PC versions of the game.

“We are excited to have a talented actor like Dominic Scott Kay join the project,” says Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President of Marketing, SEGA of America, Inc. “Kay’s colorful performance and energetic voice brings Wilbur to life, and makes this magical gameplay experience feel just like the movie.”