‘Nemo’ a life­saver for DeGeneres

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - GOODMOTORING -

LOS AN­GE­LES: US chat show host Ellen DeGeneres said pro­vid­ing the voice for the ab­sent-minded fish Dory in the 2003 hit Find­ing Nemo “saved her life” af­ter three lean years out of work.

“I was thrilled that some­one called me for any­thing,” the 58-year-old co­me­dian told re­porters in London on Mon­day. “It cer­tainly saved my life in many ways.” DeGeneres has reprised the role of the chatty blue tang fish for the se­quel, Find­ing Dory, which is re­leased in Bri­tain on July 29 and is on course to be the high­est-gross­ing an­i­mated film in do­mes­tic box of­fice his­tory in the US. – Reuters

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