Not only is Cissy Jones a phenomenal voice actor, but she is also a kind and supportive teacher to student actors, and to us that means the world.
Cissy's path to VO stardom was certainly non-traditional, and stands as a testament to taking the opportunities that life puts in front of us to help turn our dreams into realities. Her love of voice over is infectious. She believes in the depth of the stories we get to tell, and her vision for where we can steer the industry with regards to representation is inspiring. As a teacher, Cissy keeps the expectations of new voice actors grounded, acknowledging that this industry is competitive, and actors have to invest time, energy, and money to make a path for themselves.
Below we have two interviews with Cissy, talking about her VO career, insights, and advice for actors. Watch and read them both to learn more about her and edify yourself!
And did you know Cissy is a guest instructor at Voice One? You can register for her upcoming class by clicking on the link below.
September 17 • Saturday • 10am-5pm Pacific
Insight and advice from Kaitlyn Robrock, the voice Of Minnie Mouse, for voice actors
Helpful Insights from Working Voice Over Actors and Creatives
Erika sits down with Shelley and Angeli to discuss marketing tips on how to grow your voice-over career and their upcoming classes focused on LinkedIn Marketing for Voiceover and Booking International Work.
**Spoiler Alert** This article discusses a pivotal character from Stranger Things season 4.
Don't miss these three classes to keep your skills (and your audio) sharp this summer!
21 Things You Never Knew About Being A Professional Voice Actor, According to Austin Tindle
How Kristen Schaal became the queen of quirky voice acting
Jennifer Sun Bell of The PGM VO List has an enlightening conversation with Voice One's Danny Scott about global majority voices in the voiceover industry.
Hear advice from Anjali Bhimani, Cissy Jones, and Jennifer Hale as they discuss voice acting for video games from the feminine perspective in this panel from GamesBeat Summit.
Explore the role dubbing plays at Netflix, with interesting nuggets from the dubbing and subtitling team at Netflix themselves!
Seventeen's Leah Campano asks Rosalie Chiang questions about the VO industry, her career and more!
Elley Ray Hennessy shares her wisdom regarding voicing animated characters.
Aaron sits down with Lori Alan to discuss a voice actor's role in animation and up coming class, Talk to the Booth Lady.
Video games have become a sophisticated and immensely popular form of entertainment and recreation, and the voice acting involved keeps evolving.
Five ways to mitigate the negative consequences that come along with time change.
In anticipation of her upcoming class on American Accents, Aaron sits down with renowned dialect coach of stage and screen, Lynne Soffer, for a brief interview.
Get out of your own way and own your year in VO by applying this advice.
Aaron meets with Walt Gray IV to discuss the why voice actors should know how to audition through self-tapes.
Aaron asks Gavin a few questions about Commercial VO and his new class at Voice One.
Join us on September 8 and meet Cliff!