>>97278141>What’s up with Star’s relationship with Marco? Fans are already shipping them.
I know, I think it’s silly! It’s actually funny. Talking about The Middle, Charlie McDermott, who plays Axl on the show, is like one of my best friends in real life, and I kind of observed throughout the season while recording this… I was like, oh my God, Star and Marco, it’s me and Charlie! Completely. And then Charlie just came with me to this panel we did for women in animation, so I got to introduce my real-life Marco to everyone. … But Star and Marco, it’s just kind of, no, they’re best friends! It’s almost better because they’re just like a team for life. There’s nothing wrong with romance, but I don’t think that’s Star and Marco.>Had you done any voice work before playing Star?
No, it was really enlightening, actually, recording the pilot. Daron tells this story about how she knew I was meant to play Star when we were recording the pilot. I had no idea what the hell I was doing and I started jumping while recording. … They were like, “You can’t jump, the mic picks up the sound.” So I had no idea what I was doing. … I definitely learned a lot about what voice acting is as a concept.>What’s more challenging: Doing voice work for Star or playing the role of Sue Heck on The Middle?
Completely different skill set. I would say the one challenge that they have in common is just the amount of energy required. They’re both challenging in that way. But it’s funny, when I’m Sue I can rely on… I love physical comedy. I didn’t realize, it’s not a crutch, but if you’re doing voice acting, you can’t rely on any sort of body [language]. It’s almost like you then have to figure out a way — how could I move my throat and voice to convey this body motion? And it’s just given me a whole new respect for voice actors.https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/eden-sher-star-vs-the-forces-of-evil-114711911660.html