Nauvoo, Alabama, US
I have a pretty average voice. Mid range. Nothing too crazy. About how you'd expect a voice for video game characters like MegaMan X or Dan Hibiki. I am flexible with my voice, though. I'm pretty good at shifting it around for different things. It's something I taught myself when singing so that I could sing softer highs, or better lows and still be able to hold vibrato. I feel it's a voice more for smaller parts in cartoons, or for text based cinematic games like MegaMan X8, or something like Dragon's Dogma where audible dialogue is typically kept at a still moment in the game with a text box following the dialogue, but I'm sure I could always span out. I've been working on my more dramatic voices because I've been wanting to act to start a YouTube horror series with friends, but we don't have the money, people, or the equipment, so the acting has just been in good fun. Really, I'm a kid (21) with little experience, but a lot of ambition and want to do something in a creative field like voice acting, and I don't have many, if any, opportunities based on the locale I'm in.
English (North American), English
US General American (GenAm), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I've never voice acted, but I've always wanted to. I like to play around with impressions, or try to. I'm a singer, so I have good control over my voice. I really just want to expand my creativity. I've always wanted to act, voice act, sing, draw, and write. I've only done three of those things, being singing, drawing, and writing. I'm very well spoken too. I've done a lot of research and reading online, but have never been able to figure out how to get started. I see tips about voice acting, but never how to actually get into it. Most of the time, it seems a college education is required, but I opted out to keep from putting myself in debt because, being from Alabama, I'm not in a state that promotes creativity, and instead pushes trade work.
I graduated high school, and did a couple months of college work with the Upward Bound program in my area before opting out of college to save myself from debt because of my want for music rather than my want for a business degree. Other than that, I've got three and a half years of business classes under my belt from trade school, and a month of experience as a radio DJ through work study.
I feel I could do a voiceover for anything I'm asked, given the proper subject matter. I'm rather flexible with my vocal capabilities.
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