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About Junior P

Gender: Male
Reading Age: teenager, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s
Languages & Accents:
Castilian - Native speaker
South American (Southern) - Can perform American English with a South American (Southern) accent
Spanish Neutral (no accent) - Native speaker
Other Skills: singing, impersonations, puedo realizar voces para diversos personajes de comic en español de edades entre 15 a 50 años
Union Affiliations: Non-union, SAG, AFTRA
Personal Marketing Statement:

voz para diversos comerciales en Venezuela

Overview Description Of My Voice:

una voz suave aterciopelada media grave pero puede amoldarse a otros matices de voces más juveniles entre 15 y 25 años

    About Thabiso S

    Gender: Female
    Reading Age: 20s
    Languages & Accents:
    South African - Native speaker
    Other Skills:
    Union Affiliations: Non-union, SAG, AFTRA
    Personal Marketing Statement:

    trained with the best and worked on a radio station as a news anchor

    Overview Description Of My Voice:

    im the girl nextdoor, the demo submitted is a conversational, can be used for educational and cartoons and commercials.

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      About Amy S

      Gender: Female
      Reading Age: 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, senior
      Languages & Accents:
      English Neutral - Native speaker
      Other Skills: I'm a good writer and proofreader, too!
      Union Affiliations: Non-union
      Personal Marketing Statement:

      Hello! My name is Amy Selegue and I am a voice over actor based in Tucson, Arizona. I specialize in corporate narration and educational/instructional projects. Some of my clients include Cine Learning Productions,The Collective Genius, and 70/Faces Media. From smooth and sophisticated to casual and friendly, serious and professional to fun and lively, I'll bring my best voice to your next project. I look forward to working with you soon!

      Overview Description Of My Voice:

      I have a friendly, down-to-earth voice with clear diction and pronunciation. My voice is personable, professional, and clear. Thanks for listening!

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      BAM201 - December 14

      Date: 
      December 14, 2017
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      8pm-9pm ET
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      When to call yourself a "voice actor," and why. Part 2 of 2.


      NOTE: This is the second post in a 2-part article. Click here to read part 1!

      As someone who performs voice-overs, what should you call yourself? In our last episode, we discussed various terms: announcer, voice-over, voice-over talent, voice talent, voice-over performer, voice-over artist, voice actor and others.

      There is no standard definition for any of these terms, and no hard lines between them. But you should probably settle on calling yourself one or another. Your decision might be based on marketing, or simply on your frame of mind. It's up to you. In most cases, we prefer "voice-actor." Here's why ...

      Did you miss last week's article? Click here to read last week's article — Are you a "voice actor," a "voice talent," a "voiceover" or what?.

      To begin with, "actors" are what casting professionals generally seek.

      Actors are versatile in role-playing, and skilled at expressing emotion. An actor can react to direction constructively, even artfully, adding unique qualities to the production. And except for voice acting and readings and such, an actor works without holding a script. Being able to read as if you're not voicing a script is, overall, what our profession is about – sounding natural, like you're simply talking. Even in a voice booth, talent often does better by not staring at the page.

      One popular definition of acting is, "appearing real in an unreal situation." What is more unreal than being alone in a sound booth?

      So, why not call yourself an actor?

      TAW-2017-12-27

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      December 20, 2017
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      December 18, 2017
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      December 13, 2017
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      Tongue Articulator Aerobics - How to stay in Shape!
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      TAW-2017-12-11

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      December 11, 2017
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      Tongue Articulator Aerobics - How to stay in Shape!
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      Animation, Audiobooks, Character, Commercials, Internet Audio
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