Voice Over Icons!

My Voice Over Mount Rushmore: Beginning With Daws Butler! I was 5 years old when my dad got our first TV. It was a “Madman Muntz” with a black and white screen. And just when I needed them, cartoons and puppet shows came into my life via that little screen. It didn’t matter whether it…

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Blogging About Talking

I’m not used to blogging, but I am pretty good at talking. Blogging about talking ought to be interesting. For many people, just learning not to be afraid of their own voice is a major accomplishment. I always tell my voice-acting students: “that’s your voice. Get used to it. Learn to play it and have…

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