Pretty sounding natural voice: I used to work as a bill collector, and my clients aaaaaalways called me back. I just sound nice to talk to.
French; I've been complimented on countless times, especially when working on the phones (did I already mention this somewhere?) I'm respectful and well manered, however I can bust out some pretty bushwacker French if I need to (I'm from Northern Ontario, so I'm allowed to say that)
I'm diverse in most forms of English and French accents from north America and around the world, and I think the first accent I mastered as a child was my British accent, my name being so regal, I thought I really was a princess.
I have the ability to listen to an accent for a few moments , and then replicate them, road trips with my parents around the US sure was fun, my mom would often ask my why I'm talking like that...I wouldn't notice it myself. So that's something I am conscious of now when I'm visiting (or visited by) foreign accents of any minute sort.
Friends often request, my Minasotian (Minnasotian) accent...when Sara Palin came around I became hella popular. In the early 2000s I used to get a lot of requests for Ms. Swan from Mad TV. My friends from Russia often make requests for my version of their accent, and often help me with it. I have two sister in laws, one from Mexico and the other from Japan, Asian people are often impresed that I can understand them even with a heavy accent, but it's something I've just gotten used to hearing. My Mexican sister in law gets offended with my over the top Latina voice, I don't know why because it sounds nothing like her.
English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (Scottish), English (South African), English (Australian), English (New Zealand), English
Albanian, Australian, Bangladesh, India (Bengali), Bosnian, British, Canadian, Canadian (Maritimes), Canadian (Newfoundland), Canadian (West), Cantonese, Caribbean, Central American, Eastern European, England - East (East Anglia, Cambridge, Hertfordshire), England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), England - South East (Oxford, Sussex), England - South West (Cornwall, Devon, West Country), England - West Midlands (Shropshire, Birmingham, Brummie), England - Yorkshire & Humber, French, French (Parisienne), French (Québécois), French (Standard International), German, Hebrew, India (Hindi), Irish, US New England (Boston, Providence), US Upper Midwest (Fargo, Minnesota)
Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult
Business, Cartoons, Educational, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Unknowingly to myself, apparently I've been a comedic, diverse, ooooo and bilingual voice actor my whole life.... ok well, I'm a fight attendant, and loooooove it! I do have a lot of free time, and I'm seasonally based, and off for the summer.
Key Notes about me:
- I'm bilingual; with no accent in either language (I think I sound better in French and have been told on a number of occassions while working in a call center, that I have a beautiful voice in French... then again, French people like to dole out the compliments...especially when they think you're one of them....) I rarely speak French socially
- Accents; I can do many language based accents... some boardering offensive when done live... (et voila! voice acting!)
- My husband works in broadcasting and I have equipment available.
... I don't know what else to tell you, I'm just looking to fill the much available time that I have, while procuing what could be the best career choice of my life! (over selling)
Improv in high-school?
Doing the PAs on the airplane? (I'm a flight attendant)
I'm reliable, dedicated, and efficient. I have access to studio equipment because my husband sometimes voices from home (he'll be helping me with the technical stuff) I'll have to ask him what it is exactly so I can go back and add it to that page.
I'm not working full time right now because I'm seasonal, but even when I am working "full time" I have a lot of free time, I am available.
I'm not sure what else to write here. I've always wanted to do voice acting when I was a kid, and if this helps me accompish that, in some form or another, then I'm happy to do so.
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