I'm retired now and am fulfilling my dreams. I have a very unique voice to say the least. I am 66, my body went through puberty; but not my voice. So, I have 66 years of hysterical material inside me trying to find a way to express themselves. I can be either be your character's voice (mimic your script), or I can use my voice to create a character. I just want to work.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television
I am currently working for Jeffery Drew doing in Spokane, WA
After I retired, I took a class (Columbia Basin College) entitled Voice Overs. I loved it! But, being from a small town didn't know how to market my unique talent. I am hoping this ad will launch my real career.
I do not have any equipment. So far, the director has provided all the equipment and I mimic his character's lines. In this position I feel like a little ape (monkey see; monkey do). However, if the client has a character that has not become "alive" to them yet, the character will definitely be borne if you utilize my voice and my creativity. If the client has a character who is alive but you are sick of the mundane, run of the mill voice overs and are searching the next new voice to make your character "star..." you will be more than happy with me. I do stand-up comedy so you know I already have talent of some sort.
Voice Over Clients
I have only done one video character so far. I was having breakfast on Mother's Day 2016. I was by myself and only spoke to the waitress to place my order. However, after I finished paying a very polite gentleman stepped towards me as I was leaving and asked me if I would be interested in doing some voice acting or narrations? I told him that I had recently taken this Voice Over class but didn't know how to market my talent and YES (now that I am retired) I was very interested in doing these types of things. I have already done one video game character. I spoke to the director today and he told me that he had expanded the character's roll and that he wants me to read another script this Saturday.
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