We'll talk with Julie about her journey as an actor, from her early career to the incredible characters she's portrayed over the years, as she shares some of the experience she's gleaned along the way. Be sure to bring your questions for Q&A following the interview!
Attendees can participate in the webinar via chat and Q&A - you will not need your camera or microphone.
Date: Thursday, February 4
Time: 10-11am PST
Cost: Free for Voice One Students!
Meet Julie and receive personal feedback on your reads in her Advanced Character class. Julie Nathanson helps you Find the Fun that releases you from the confines of technique, and turns you into a fully fun-filled, fabulous and fresh character creator. February 21/28, 2-5pm PST. Click here for details and registration info.
A celebrated voice actress for 20+ years, Julie Nathanson has brought to life many beloved video game characters, notably “Samantha Maxis” in Call of Duty: Black Ops, “Aera” in Final Fantasy XV, “Jess Black” in Far Cry 5, “Field Agent Rio” in Fortnite, “Chill” in Skylanders, “Chocolina” in Final Fantasy 13-2 and 13-3, and “Lampita” in Psychonauts. She is well-known for her animation performances as “Fara” in Great Pretender, “Crimson Widow” in Marvel’s Avengers, “Afina” on Shimmer and Shine, “Silver Banshee” in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, and “Scarlett Turner” on Elena of Avalor.
In addition to her thriving voiceover career, Julie was also a staff writer on NBC’s series, Just Deal. After three seasons, she ended the show’s run as Executive Story Editor with a Writers Guild Award nomination for her episode, “Have Your Cake.” She has written for Disney Feature Animation, scripted dialogue for several of Disney’s mobile games, and consulted for developers on several other projects, including Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Story and Guildlings. Julie holds a Master’s in Clinical Psychology, and co-presented a talk at the 2019 Game Developers Conference (GDC) on “Collaborative Approaches to Getting Great VO Performances.”
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