Lake Bell has had an amazing career in show business as an actor, writer, director, and producer in movies and television. In the following article she discusses her journey and her self-proclaimed obsession with voiceover in particular.
Here are a couple notable quotations:
"I think voice is the hub of a lot of our expression, not only in the literal, but the tapestry of our own personal histories is evident in a person’s voice."
"The voice on a microphone, when it’s that profoundly highlighted, can also expose inauthenticity."
"Auditioning sucks and when people audition for me now as a director, I try and make it as relaxed as possible. The truth is, the director there wants you to be the person [for the role]."
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