Thomas Sangster has revealed he would love to come face-to-face with all his fellow Phineas And Ferb cast members.
The British actor has been the voice of Ferb Fletcher since the cartoon, created by Dan Povenmire and Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, began in 2007 - but has yet to meet some of his US co-stars.
"I do it all by myself in London. I hook up with Dan, Swampy and the guys over there but it's all through the cans," he said.
"It's kind of strange really - you come in, say some strange lines and then go away again. It's great fun. I haven't even met all the cast yet. I want to go to the LA headquarters, so I can see them doing the animation and watch how it all comes together. I haven't done that yet."
The Disney Channel show, now in its fourth season, has won an Emmy award and can count David Beckham, Slash and Ben Stiller as celebrity fans.
Thomas reckons the programme's message and its content makes it a hit.
"It's a positive message. It's about getting up, making the most of out of life and the most of any situation... as well as other messages of friendship, brotherly love and family," he continued.
"It's also something the kids and adults can watch. That's quite important. Adults don't mind sitting down and watching this with their children. There are some jokes in there that are designed to go over the kids' heads to hit adult audiences."
:: Ferbtober takes over Disney XD channel this October with the premiere of Phineas And Ferb: Across The 2nd Dimension and new episodes of series 3 of Phineas And Ferb.