The 4 Key Elements to Determining Type

The 4 Key Elements to Determining Type

Conventional wisdom teaches us that mastering all manner of performance styles and offering the widest possible range of characters are how to be read as versatile. And while that’s certainly true, the fact remains that the most consistent direction you’re...

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What Makes You Versatile

What Makes You Versatile

As actors we’re generally expected to be versatile enough to play everything. Or at least that’s the general consensus regarding acting as a profession, and not simply from actors and their coaches. Of course, precious few rise to such to the occasion for...

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TWO Approaches to Pursuing Voiceover

TWO Approaches to Pursuing Voiceover

If you’re new to voiceover, or returning to the field after an absence, you may discover there are essentially two dominant approaches. Through: – The Actors’ Track, or following… – Radio & Broadcast Culture (as I refer to it) While each...

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How to Get Started in Voiceover

How to Get Started in Voiceover

You’ve heard it your whole life, “You have a remarkable voice.” Everyone’s told you that you should be in radio. Of course, none of them are in the entertainment business, so you probably never really pursued it. But how do you get started in voiceover?...

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How to Overcome the Sophomore Slump

How to Overcome the Sophomore Slump

The ‘Sophomore Slump’ is legendary for all manner of business, including voiceover. How well you weather the all-too-common phenomenon as an actor and voice talent can determine whether you will go on to have a career at all. If you’d been blessed with...

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