One of the perks to being a voice actor behind a well-loved character is the relative anonymity you can still enjoy. On-screen actors will often be plagued with recognition, whereas with voice acting you'll mostly only be recognized by super fans at conventions.
Another perk is the freedom to bring life to a character you would never be able to portray on screen or on the stage. Looks just aren't what's important behind the mic.
In the following article, three prolific voice actors of the animation world talk about their journeys into voice acting and what they love about the work.
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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
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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