Scott Mendelson

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Scott Mendelson

Vocal Skills

Languages

English (North American), English

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Accents

North American

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Voice Ages

Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Categories

Animation, Documentaries, Movie Trailers, Radio, Telephone, Videogames

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Studio

Turnaround Time

less than 24 hours

Microphone

Samson CU30

Computer & Software

Hewlett Packard m8147c

Special Equipment

shock mount, pop-filter, mic stand

About Scott Mendelson

Overview

For Commercials and Promos:

I have a somewhat deep voice, with a scratchy residue that works well for Dennis Leary type characters.

I'm a very fast talker, and very articulate which may come in handy for faster spots (like CBS promos) and legal tags.

I can be warm and deep for narration or medical ads (ie - empathetic patient). I'm not James Earl Jones or Ian McKellan, but Laurence Fishburne (low-key 'Akeelah And The Bee' or raged at the world 'Fences') or Ken Burns types are a reasonable request.

I'm calm, reassuring, and empathetic when called for.

I also specialize as the regular joe, the unhappily married schlub who can't fix the remote control, the overworked and under appreciated everyman (think William H. Macy types).


For Animation and Video Games:

I have a large and varied roster of villians, sidekicks, old men, and men of quiet authority. I can do heroes as well, but I have a soft spot for the rogues (everything from low-key Jeremy Irons, conflicted Ralph Fiennes to raged-filled Dr. Doom types).

I can do older kids (think teens to early 20s), but they are not a specialty. My voice has a natural nasal that can be activated at will, which allows for a variety of nerds, geeks, dweebs, and insecure or overconfident teens.

I actually slightly prefer video games as they allow more honest drama and low-key reads, as opposed to the usual over-the-top 'hyper realism' of animation (not counting the serious Andrea Romano work of course). In some ways, a well-written dramatic video game is the closest this business gets to David Mamet or Arthur Miller.

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Education

Voice Over Training and Education:
Kalmenson and Kalmenson:
Commercial and Animation voice over

Pat Fraley:
Dalects, Characters, ADR, Video Games

Bob Bergen:
Animation Voice Over

Bill Holmes:
Commercial Voice Over

The Voice Over Connection:
Animation Voice Over
Commercial Comedy Characters
Commercial Voice Over
Voice Over for Video Games

Joyce Costellanos:
Voice Over in Promos and Trailers

Blupka Productions:
Animation Character Creation

Donna Grillo:
Self Direction for Voice Over

Lynda McCarroll:
Auditioning for Voice Over

Improvisation Training and Education:

Stephen Tobolowsky:
Improvisation and Acting

Bill Applebaum: Improvisation

The Groundlings:
Funshop A

Second City:
Improvisation Immersion David Razowsky
Conservatory Levels 1, 2, 3

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Giovanni Capollino

Mar 17, 2010

Great Job

Internet Video Job #7214 • English (North American)

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