Ah, I see. (I also never noticed the release schedule for some reason.)
Rod definitely has had an interesting life, and definitely one worth telling. What was interesting to me the most is his performance experience, and how he somehow got a voice role in Whoa Nellie!.
I suppose, in a way, pinball is still small enough that Stern will still reach out for people like Rod when it comes to casting. While I would love to see pinball get big enough that they can get high-profile people like Troy Baker and Jennifer Hale, at the same time, there's this neat charm about casting non-professionals.
I would've liked to hear more about any experiences he's had as an operator, as I'm curious about what being an operator entails, especially tasks and interactions with players that someone like me, who only plays, might overlook or not understand.