Kevin Sorbo Lends his Voice to a Pro-Life Project from Choice 42
The actor joins forces with the right-to-life organization on an animated series against abortion.
Kevin Sorbo has long been on the outs with Hollywood because of his Christian faith and conservative political views. The star of the 1990s TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys now does primarily faith-based projects like God's Not Dead, Let There Be Light and this year's The Girl Who Believes in Miracles.
Being ardently pro-life, his latest endeavor seems like a natural fit for the 62-year-old Minnesota native. He is teaming up with a Christian right-to-life group from Canada called Choice 42 (pronounced "choice for two") that is making a six-episode animated series entitled Exposed. A synopsis of the project states it will "disturb and challenge its audience" by tackling the "most ignored aspects of the abortion genocide."
Sorbo views the killing of unborn babies in similarly stark terms. In a recent interview with the Canadian media outlet Rebel News, he pulls no punches when talking about abortion.
"I call it murder. It's murder as far as I'm concerned...I think we need to slap people across the face to wake them up. I mean it's just crazy right now this has been going on for as long as it's been going on."
As to his exact role in this project, Sorbo will handle the voice-over work for one of the animated episodes, all of which will run on Loor.tv, a streaming platform that caters to projects shunned by the powers that be in the big media/tech landscape. There is no word yet on when the series will release, but you can watch a trailer for Exposed below, and this link will take you to Sorbo's full interview with Rebel News.