Linda Lamontagne fell into casting for voice over somewhat unintentionally, but has come to love this corner of entertainment. Here she discusses shifting from casting live action to VO, the whole universe of possibility that voice over opens up, and how the pandemic and the greater demand for authentic casting have impacted the industry. In sharing her process on casting big names and searching for neophytes ready for a big break, Linda sheds some light on the the casting directors’ mindset that puts things in perspective for us voice actors.
Much has changed in Voice Over in the past few decades.
Tackling the issue of representation in the audiobooks industry comes with a number of unique concerns
Come meet our next guest talent agent!
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Anjali shares realistic advice from what she has learned over the course of her amazing career.
Award season always brings up the question about recognition of voice acting by the Academy
It's not "one style fits all" in Character work.
Mary Lynn Wissner, Award Winning Casting Director
Cheryl Rosenthal, Video Producer and Director!
We get to see how the VO Boss assesses a high quality corporate narration spot.
Sally suggests letting these four words become your mantra for 2021.
Texas-based company is making more opportunity for English dubbing beyond Anime
by Clay Robeson October 1, 2020