Julie Williams

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Podcast with Celia Siegel of Celia Siegel Management

This is the second in a series of VoiceOver Insider podcasts: short visits with voice talents and other professionals in the wide world of voiceover. Each podcast will be in the range of 10 to 15 minutes in length. If you have an idea of someone you would like to hear, or suggested questions, e-mail […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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Bob Deyan Loses Battle With ALS

It is with profound sadness that I announce that Bob Deyan lost his battle to ALS, this morning.  Bob was truly a pillar in the audiobook community, … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Animation, Part 1

By Stacey Turner If you’ve dreamed of voicing characters for an animated TV series, or imagined crying out in pain as your video game character is felled by a hail of bullets, here’s some advice: before you schlep your family, pet ferret and collection of Stars Wars action figures across the country, read what four influential members of the … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

Animation, Part 2

By Stacey Turner Click here to read Part 1 of Animation GETTING ON THE RADAR Once a voice actor has stocked their proverbial toolbox with skills and recorded a strong animation demo, how can a newcomer get on a casting director’s radar? “I think agents are a great way to do it because we rely on agents as our partners,” Sherman said. … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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VoiceOver Success Doesn’t Happen by Accident

One question Quiz.  Which is true? a)     “You have all your fingers. You should be a concert pianist!” b)     “You have a great voice. You should do voice-overs!” c)     “You’ve got a very steady hand. You should be a brain surgeon!” d)     None of the above The answer, of course, is D.  But if you chose B, we are not mocking you. … [Read More...]