Voice-overs and voice acting is something that everyone seems to have interest in. What could be better, reading into a microphone, not being seen, lot of money….As it is with most things in the show business world, there is much more to it than that. First is, of course, an ability to perform consistently, in a studio environment. For many, this may not be as easy as it seems. Directors, audio technicians, Ad Reps., Copy-writiers, can make a pressured situation worse. Next, the actor must be able to offer several interpretations of the same script. Third, getting the job by having a great audition and demo-tape that has “professional” written all over it are essential ingredients that make a Voice-Over career a realistic pursuit. Finding out if you’ve got what it takes may simply be a matter of taking a class with a professional instructor who can help you.
Pictured is Jeffrey Dreisbach at TVI Actors Studio
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