Jerry Trainor makes the perfect "man's best friend". And it's not only because he's one of the funniest and friendliest stars we know. It's because he also plays one of the coolest canines on television! Jerry plays Dudley Puppy on the Nickelodeon cartoon T.U.F.F. Puppy, and he made a pit stop at the San Diego Comic Convention (AKA Comic-Con) to bark all about it.
Before the convention, Jerry announced his appearance to all his fave twitizens. He chirped, "Comic con on Sunday! I'll be there doing a signing and a live TUFF Puppy script read! Come see me!"
When he finally arrived, Jerry chirped, "I am now at Comic Con, hidden amongst the throng of people!" And who were those people you may wonder? Well, we know one of them was good 'ol Pick Boy. And another was Butch Hartman, AKA the writer of The Fairly Odd Parents and T.U.F.F. Puppy.
During the convention, Jerry was spilling all the deets on his role as the top dog, Dudley, to the press. But he dished to FlickDirect about how his canine counterpart reminds him of...well, himself. He said, "I play a lovable imbecile...Like me in real life!" And after he made his way through tons of celebrity interviews, Jerry made a pit stop on the Comic-Con panel to discuss his cartoon and to do his live table reading!
After all was said and done, Jerry chirped out a little thank you to his fans. He tweeted, "Thanks to all who came out to say hi to me and the TUFF team at SDCC! You made it amazing, I had a blast!"
Thank YOU Jerry. And for your awesome Comic-Con appearance, we're giving you a great big round of a paws!