The host of Zarbon's Masterpiece Theater
In his early days, Zarbon worked as a fashion model for various "Before &
After" cosmetic ads. The products where fake and didn’t work right,
but people bought them anyway because Zarbon had gone from being so ugly to being
so... very... very beautiful. But anywho, after that fell through, he auditioned
for a little low budget show called Dragon Ball Z. He got the part as well as
the job of "wardrobe and set designer." He went on to have a nice long
run on the show and gained a rather loyal fan base. After the show, he did some
odd jobs as a model and helped a few old friends jump-start their businesses by
being a spokesperson for them.
Since finishing his run on Dragon Ball Z with a brilliantly fight choreographed
by the green marvel himself Zarbon signed up for "Surviving Together"
along with just about every other member of the DBZ show. Once again he was picked
as the lead set designer. He also introduced the world to Zarra his sister during
to project. And again, after a long and fruitful run, he was once again killed
Thinking his career in show business was nearly over, he decided to have one last
hurrah; and thus "Zarbon’s Masterpiece Theater" was born! He has
plans to get many celebrities on the show, but for now; he sticks to old friends
from Dragon Ball Z... every person ranging from Nappa to Vegeta have appeared
and talked about their new jobs since ending Dragon Ball Z and the following side
project Surviving Together.
Co-host of Zarbon's Masterpiece Theater and resident Redneck
Found in a small backwater farm, Nappa was recruited as a laborer to work on a
new series called Dragon Ball. Because he couldn’t read or write he was
seldom asked to do anything except build things. But when a part on the show’s
sequel series, "Dragon Ball Z," called for a large muscle bound moron,
every single person on the set looked towards Nappa. Since Nappa couldn’t
read, his lines where all lip-synced with another more talented actor. Nappa’s
run in the show was the second shortest in the shows history for a lead villain.
Although his run on Dragon Ball Z was short, it was very impressionable and he
continued to work as a set builder. He is most well known for his work on the
incredible "Million Mile Empty Place," which was a set that looked like
an empty barren land but was actually much smaller.
Following Dragon Ball Z and the side project "Surviving Together," he
went back to work with his grandmother on the family farm. Years later, he got
a call from Zarbon and was asked to appear on Zarbon’s Masterpiece Theater.
He spoke about his ideas for a show similar to Cirque du Soleil called “Kicking
Your Ass.” After becoming co-host of Zarbon’s Masterpiece Theater,
Nappa was inspired to fulfill his dream. Nappa is currently having auditions for
the combatants of “Kicking Your Ass.” He is currently doing well on
Zarbon’s Masterpiece Theater and is even beginning to learn how to read…
good for him.
Not much is known about the Producer and Animator for Zarbon’s Masterpiece
Theater. All that is known about her is that she ingests a lot of caffeine beverages.
She is the boss and what she says, goes, without question. She is very quiet
and reserved (except when Vegeta is around) and speaks with conviction.