Pointless' Alexander Armstrong is excited to be involved in the reboot of the much-loved Danger Mouse.
Alexander Armstrong, the comedian, actor and presenter of 'Pointless', is to voice Danger Mouse in a revamped version of the 80s cartoon. The show will air on CBBC starting in 2015.
Alexander Armstrong admits he's always been a Danger Mouse fan
The acclaimed actor and comedian Kevin Eldon - best known for Big Train and Brass Eye - will voice Danger Mouse's loyal assistant Penfold while the recognisable voice of Come Dine With Me's Dave Lamb will narrate the series. Shauna Macdonald will play Professor Squawkencluck while Morwenna Banks will voice numerous parts.
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