Many voice actors aspire to work in Los Angeles. It's the main hub for film, TV, and video games after all. If you find yourself in that number, it'll help you to do some research.
Here's an article about 7 agencies that represent voice actors who have already landed marketable work and are looking to find greater representation in the Los Angeles area (according to Backstage).
We hope it helps you in your journey!
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