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Voiceover: How Did You DO It??
63 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Alessandra is all things creative. A voice actor, vocalist, bass player and producer. From creating characters at the age of three, to singing in front of large groups at thirteen, she knew her place was on stage, in the studio, and on camera. Growing up in a musical family helped, as weekends were spent having family jam sessions. Soon after her completing degree in studio music, she landed a gig singing with Ben Folds and the Pittsburgh Symphony, sang for Radio City Music Hall as a Rockette, and sang on My Brightest Diamond’s album “This is My Hand.” Studio singing quickly opened up the doors for her as a voice actor, with clients such as Google, Starbucks, Verizon, LEGO, Target, Aflac, Cinnabon, Hello Fresh, Ketel One Vodka, Hasbro, Amazon, Fidelity, iHeartRadio and many others. Alessandra is based in Los Angeles and New York City, and working as a voice actor, sought after studio vocalist, bassist and freelance producer / coordinator in the audio/film/tv industry. Contact her at https://alessandralevy.com/ Video The post Alessandra Levy appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
39 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
Morgan Berry is a professional voice actor and singer; best known for her voice roles in various anime television series, films, video games, and web series. Some of her most notable roles being in “My Hero Academia”, “Pokemon: Twilight Wings”, “Dragon Ball Super”, “Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius”, “Fire Emblem”, “Miraculous Ladybug”, the Inuyasha sequel “YashaHime”, “Sword Art Online”, “Borderlands 3”, “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “One Piece”, “The Rising of the Shield Hero”, “Food Wars”, “Cells at Work”, “Overlord”, “Fruits Basket”, “Megalo Box”, “A Certain Magical Index”, “Free!”, “Touken Ranbu”, “KanColle”, “Smite”, “Phantasy Star Online 2”, the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast”, and many more. Morgan has worked with many prestigious companies including Disney, Nintendo, Cartoon Network / Adult Swim, Marvel Entertainment, SEGA, Square Enix, Netflix, Funimation, Rooster Teeth, Bandai Namco, Gearbox Software, Sanrio, Team Four Star, and various other notable establishments. ~ Follow Morgan on Twitter! @TheMorganBerry The post Morgan Berry appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
36 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
J Michael Collins
With over twenty years as a professional voice actor, J. Michael Collins has worked with some of the biggest companies, brands, sports leagues, and organizations on the planet. In addition to his work in the classic, agency-based world of VO, J. Michael has established himself as a leading authority in the online casting marketplace and has become recognized as an industry leading voice talent coach and demo producer as well. J. Michael is a 38 time Voice Arts Award winner as a voice actor, demo producer, script writer, and casting director. Find out more in the episode, and his website, https://www.jmcvoiceover.com/ The post J Michael Collins appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
45 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Khristine Hvam is an award winning audiobook narrator, producer, director, and voice over actress. You will hear her in TV/Radio commercials, video games, animated series, and most notably in over 375 audio book titles. Khristine has been honored with four Audio Publishers Association Audie Awards. AudioFile Magazine has awarded her eight of its Earphone Awards for her performances. She’s a proud mom of two! https://hvamaudio.com The post Khristine Hvam appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
59 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Dave Fennoy has been a preeminent voice working in Los Angeles since 1990 and one of the most versatile voices in the industry providing voices for Commercials, Narrations, TV Promos, Award Shows, Animation and Games. His promo clients over the years include HULU.COM, ABC, The WB, Fox, CBS, Showtime, Starz, ESPN, The Disney Channel and TV One. His campaign spokesvoice credits include Lexus, McDonalds, Corona Beer, KFC, Toyota, Chrysler, and ATT, Time Life Music R&B/Gospel and Southern Company. Gamers enjoy his work on STARCRAFT II, Metal Gear, That’s So Raven, Ultimate Spiderman, Delta Force, Star Wars, Laura Croft Tomb Raider, and many others. Narration credits include programs for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Science Channel’s popular series, “When Earth Erupts”. His various film voices include “Ghost Rider”, “Happy Feet”,and “King’s Ransom”, and he has proved a cartoon favorite in such series as The LeBrons, Kim Possible, Ben 10, Darkwing Duck, New Kids on the Block, Pro Stars, Johnny Quest and Sonic the Hedgehog. Dave has been the show voice for several TV and Award shows, among them Late Night with Gregg Kinnear, The Billboard Music Awards, The Teen Choice Awards, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, and for the past 15 years The NAACP Image Awards. Mr. Fennoy is a sought-after VO instructor, and the subject of a chapter in the book “Secrets of Voiceover Success” by Joan Baker. Find him at www.DaveFennoy.com The post Dave Fennoy appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
56 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Ivy Dupler is a NYC-based voice actress who can be heard in video games, commercials, and animation. Her video game voice work includes protagonist Special Agent Vera Englund in Whispers of a Machine, Viv Vision in Marvel Avengers Academy, and characters in Unavowed, Lamplight City, The Vortex, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, Organ Quarter, and many others. Ivy also voices Minthe and Iris in the animated web series Gods’School. Ivy’s commercial voice over clients include Aquaphor, Sam’s Club, Sesame, Stashable, and more. Contact her at https://ivydupler.com/ The post Ivy Dupler appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
50 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Anna Garduño is an Actor-Producer-Teacher and the founder of VOICEFORWARD. Anna teaches classes for VO Commercials, Animation, Promos, Narration, and Games, and has been nominated Best Voice-Over Teacher two years in a row by the readers of Backstage.com. She is the only nominee to be given this honor by two of the most profitable voice-over recording cities on the globe, New York and Los Angeles. She teaches for Voice Actors of NYC, is on the faculty of the Tom Toddoroff Conservatory, has been a guest teacher for NYU Voice Over program, and has taught at the SAG-AFTRA foundation. As an actor Anna has decades of experience as a VO artist. She can currently be heard voicing the character of PALMON on the DIGIMON animated series as well as Selby the bear on the animated series KIOKA. Anna was nominated best character voice actor for her role as Kiera in the PlayStation games Jak and Daxter 1 and 2 by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. Anna teaches group classes as well as private classes in person and on Skype and Zoom. Find out more on the podcast and at https://voiceforward.com/about/ The post Anna Garduño appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
67 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Robb is a successful, working Voice Over Talent and Coach who specializes in both Spanish and English commercial work. With over a decade of acting training through the Fame School of the Arts and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, his acting pursuits in theater took him to the world of voice over, where being bilingual has truly paid off for him and his clients. Robb also has experience in IVR and has done medical training videos in both Spanish and English. He’s read descriptions for the blind on TV cartoons like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Nina’s World and Rusty Rivets. Robb is currently the voice of “Pushy the Push Pop” in the US and Canada, and has worked commercially with McDonald’s, Lunazul Tequila, Pepsi, National Geographic, Fisher Price, AT&T and most recently campaigns with Giorgio Armani in English and Yves Saint Laurent in Spanish. Find him at https://www.robbmoreiravo.com/ The post Robb Moreira appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
70 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Today’s guest is the amazing Jim Conroy, commercial, animation, and game voice actor, commercial actor, film and tv actor, voice of Ameritrade, and many other brands over the 20 years he’s been doing this, not to mention dozens of celebrity impersonations on Celebrity Death Match. He’s known for appearing on television shows, such as Celebrity Deathmatch, Kenny the Shark and Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman, as well as numerous radio commercials and video games. He has worked for WGBH, The Walt Disney Company and Discovery Channel. He’s been in Curious George, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Grand Theft Autio IV & V, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and many more. The post Jim Conroy appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
60 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Kira Buckland is a Los Angeles-area voiceover actress providing voices for video games, animation, anime and dubbing, commercials, corporate narration, phone messaging, toys and children’s media, arcade machines, educational apps, text-to-speech and artificial intelligence, promos, and more. She records from both home and in-studio, and continues to be hired by a variety of repeat clients around the world for her versatility in voices and styles. The post Kira Buckland appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
31 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Tom is a New York based voice actor who has been in the business since 2017. He is currently represented by Stewart Talent and has worked with clients such as AT&T, Heineken, Nickelodeon, IBM, and McDonald’s to name a few. He loves VO because no two gigs are ever alike! I mean what job allows you to be a dinosaur in a kid’s show and then talk about the Nintendo Switch in a commercial? All in the same day?! In addition to voice acting, Tom is also a direct marketing and career coach. Marketing is something he truly believes in, as it allows actors to really take control of their businesses and discover a whole world of opportunities and gigs one may not see anywhere else. He brands himself as “Your Millennial Guy Next Door” and brings that millennial point of view to his coaching by teaching you tactics and best practices to make your marketing efforts modern and fresh. The post Tom Aglio appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
43 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Mel Allen, also known as “The Real Voice,” has been doing voiceover and radio for many years, voiceover coaching, copywriting, audio production, and demo production. Battled stuttering, stammering, and a lisp. Fell into broadcasting at age 17 after going through speech therapy as a tween. Working in broadcasting since 1994, first paid VO gig in 1996. Mel has been a writer, producer, production director, and coach for radio, television and voice over. Currently a working voice over talent and the host of the AnyVoices Podcast at AnyVoices.com and voice overs at TheRealVoice.com The post Mel Allen appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
41 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
Maria Pendolino is an award-winning professional female voiceover actor. Maria has been a professional working actor for more than fifteen years, Maria’s vocal style is real, conversational, authentic, natural, friendly, relatable and sassy. Trained in musical theatre, film, television and voice, Maria’s delivery is youthful and on-trend – perfect to represent and speak to Millennials and Generation X. Accolades include winning the 2017 and 2018 Voice Arts Award for Best Voiceover Performance in the e-learning and consumer sales video categories. She was also nominated in the radio imaging category. Maria was also awarded the 40 Under 40 Award in 2020 by Business First Biz Journals. In 2020, she was nominated for a German Computer Game Award as part of the Prim Adventure Game team. Find her at http://voicebymaria.com The post Maria Pendolino appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
75 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Dee started in radio many years ago, learning his VO and engineering chops. He has over 20 years of experience recording & producing for local businesses as well as large corporations and has hundreds of clients in over 50 countries doing commercial, animation, games, eLearning, narration, and just about anything else clients need, including advanced editing. In this episode, we talk music, nerd out on equipment, and get into the nitty gritty of VO. Reach Dee at http://tattoovo.com The post Dee Alvis appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
54 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Lisa Biggs is a voice actor, coach, demo producer, and so much more! People gave Lisa a hard time about her “squeaky” voice since she was a kid. After giving an oral presentation as a sophomore in college, she was approached by a professor who said, “Your presentation was great, but if anyone is ever going to take you seriously in the real world you’re going to have to do something about your voice”. And that’s exactly what Lisa did. Now, she’s a professional voiceover talent, hired by top brands for Commercials, Toy Voices, Promos, Animated Series, Character & Gaming Voices, Elf Imaging, K12 eLearning and so much more! The post Lisa Biggs appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
38 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Joshua Alexander is a voice actor, author, blogger, has a voiceover video series, and is an all-around fun and talented guy. His clients include Nutrisystem, Uber, Cadillac, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Green Dot Bank, Zillow, Wrangler, Microsoft, Amazon, John Deere, Sears, 4Ocean, and Michelob, among others. Joshua has done radio broadcasting, PSA’s, and video production incorporating voice acting work in a career serving clients all over the world. He’s also done jingles, because he used to be a singer. Joshua has a storied career from the comfort of his home, and he loves what he does. He truly lives to serve, because being chosen is very important to him. Find out more at http://seattlevoiceactor.com The post Joshua Alexander appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
48 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Anne Ganguzza is a long time voice talent, voiceover coach, and demo producer. Her voiceover experience includes corporate and industrial narration, e-learning and online learning tutorials, voicemail, IVR, on-hold messaging, commercials, infomercials, live broadcasts, government & educational promotional videos and advertising, and so much more! Also an award-winning Director and Executive Producer, she is a 2020 SOVAS four-time nominee for Outstanding Corporate Narration Demo and Outstanding eLearning Demo, 2019 two time SOVAS nominee for Outstanding Narration Demo, Best Voiceover, three-time 2018 SOVAS Nominee for Outstanding Narration Demo, Best Voiceover, Outstanding Commercial Demo, Best Voiceover, and Outstanding Podcast. She is also a recipient of the 2017 Voice Arts Award for Outstanding Narration Demo, Best Voiceover. Find out more and contact her at http://anneganguzza.com The post Anne Ganguzza appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
57 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Steve French has been in voiceover for over a decade. He’s been a promo voice for NASCAR and narrated nature documentaries for National Geographic. He’s done movie trailers (Toy Story 4). He’s a game show announcer (Match Game) and an Undead Drust Monster (World of Warcraft). He’s given voice to the Armor All Viking, and an animatronic purple koala (Netflix’s Maniac). He’s voiced spooky movie trailers (Phantasm Remastered) and delightfully silly commercials (Purina Busy dog treats). Find out more about him and listen to his work at http://stevefrenchvo.com The post Steve French appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
66 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Marc Cashman is one of the few people in the commercial production business on “both sides of the glass”—as an award-winning Radio and TV commercial producer, as well as a working voice actor. Voice President of Cashman Commercials, Marc creates and produces music and copy advertising for Radio, TV and Internet, and has won over 150 advertising awards, including the prestigious CLIO, on behalf of hundreds of ad agencies and clients across the country. Voted one of the “Best Voices of the Year” by AudioFile Magazine three times—and an Audie winner—Marc is a veteran voice actor with over 40 years of studio experience in Radio, TV and Internet commercials, foreign film dubbing, animated series, video games, and narrating over 200 audiobooks. Author of one of the best-selling books on voice acting, “V-Oh! Tips, Tricks, Tools and Techniques to Start and Sustain Your Voiceover Career,” Marc is currently represented by numerous talent agencies around the country. In addition to his production schedule, Marc has taught undergraduate and graduate students at USC, UCLA and California Institute of the Arts, and instructs voice-acting of all levels through his classes through The Cashman Cache of Voice-Acting Techniques in Los Angeles, CA. He also coaches voice actors worldwide, produces V-O demos, and pens online columns for Backstage. Marc is also a guest speaker at Advertising Clubs and Broadcasters Associations throughout the U.S. and other countries, and has been a Keynote Speaker or Master Class instructor at VOICE 2008, 2010. 2012 and 2014; VO Atlanta 2013, VO Mastery 2017, and WOVoCON 2018 and 2019. He’s been interviewed in dozens of newspapers, magazines, Radio, TV and Internet podcasts. Find him at www.cashmancommercials.com The post Marc Cashman appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
59 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Debra Sperling has been a professional voiceover artist for over 25 years. Over that time, she has been the voice of National Television Campaigns such as: Cascade, Pampers, Charmin, Maybelline, Listerine, JC Penny, Folgers, Kohler, Ibrance, Brookside Chocolates, Johnson and Johnson, and many more. Debra is also a huge player in the promo world, having been The Voice of WEtv and The Oxygen Network, as well as ongoing gigs for numerous other networks such as NBC, USA, The Smithsonian Channel, HBO, and many more. Debra makes an incredible living solely from voiceovers, and has for over 25 years! I sat down with Debra to find out how she did it. Find out more about her clients and work at https://www.debrasperling.com/about The post Debra Sperling appeared first on Voiceover: How Did You DO It??.
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