This Friday, Danny will chat live on Zoom with actor and director Tyler Rhoads! Coming from a strong theatrical background, Tyler brings an actor's sensibility to his directing, and his philosophy of "good acting translates" helps actors of all skill levels hone and move forward in their work.
In addition to acting credits spanning the breadth of the VO world (commercial, animation, video game, dubbing, and promo/narration), Tyler has worked as a director and adaptor on several English language versions of high profile foreign content for Netflix including Godzilla: The Planet Eater, Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle, Flavors of Youth, and Babylon Berlin Seasons 1 and 2, among many others. In the video game world, he has directed sessions for Fallout 76, as well as several other games still under NDA for Blindlight Studios and Keywords Studios.
In Friday's free webinar, Danny will ask Tyler about his career, experience, and day to day life as a working voice actor and director, and find out his advice for aspiring and professional voice actors.
Be sure to bring your own questions for Q&A!
Attendees can participate in the webinar via chat and Q&A - you will not need your camera or microphone.
Date: Friday, July 9
Time: 10-11am PDT
Tyler is also an incredibly talented and sought-after teacher! Up to 10 students will have the opportunity to take class with Tyler for his one-day class, "Video Game Session", which will emulate a true-to-life video game gig. You'll run the gamut of performing call outs, abc reads, and fights to the death! And just like IRL, expect a few curve balls!
July 24 • Saturday • 10am-2:30pm PDT • Register/More Info
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