Ah bummer, so sorry to hear about his death.
However, I do have a sample of what my documentary will be. I've narrowed it down to "The Forgottten Voices of Konami" as in letting the fans know what the voice actors from Konami games from the 90's have been up to. I believe Metal Gear Solid for PS1 is when gamers first took notice of the voice actors of video games, but I think this will get people to understand the better side of who did those voices in games like Sunset Riders or any TMNT arcade game and what they've been doing since then.
As a bonus, here is an interview I recently did with Jeff Lupetin (aka Gillan Seed):
1. Did you play video or arcade games before voice acting?
I loved Area 51 the best. I played a lot of pinball as a kid. I did pinball and slot machine voices for WMS Gaming here in Chicago.
French Chef among others. Once I played a pinball game and my voice was guiding me. Pretty cool.
2.Was voice acting on your mind in the first place before being Gillian Seed in Snatchers?
I started my voice career late in 1983, so I had some a decade or so of voice work at that time. I started out doing promo cartoon voices for WFLD TV here in Chicago.
This all the children's promos for them and then for Super 66, Grant Broadcasting here in Chicago. Check out my video reel on Jeffsvo.com./animation. That has some of the early kids stuff.
3. Were you bothered by the gore and violence in Snatchers; for example, the Chief's rotting corpse in the morgue scene?
No. The Japanese version was racier with me with an underage girl in the shower. That was a new one.
4. Have you done other voice over work before and after Snatchers?
Did a lot of iconic voices for McDonalds.."I AM Hungry" character , Willy Munchright nutritional voices, and lots of bugs for Raid. We got killed alot. Check them out of Jeffsvocom.
We were honored in 2016 for our work at the Museum of Broadcasting here in Chicago.
5. Do you keep in touch with the other voice actors from Snatchers since completing your work?
Jim Parks lives here in Evanston still I believe. Ray Van Steen in Dallas. I don't see any of them though.
6. Was there something or someone that got you into voice acting? Most voice actors I've interviewed contribute Mel Blanc.
I am audio sensitive.I always like mimicing voices, doing sports announcing, impressions etc. Was in my blood. The Voiceover business was a bit underground when I started.
I heard some tapes and thought, Hell, I have been doing this my whole life. I entered at a great time and in a great city to begin. I learned alot from some great Chicago talent.
I like the short form of commercials because of a scattered attention span I guess.