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    Advice From Voiceover Agent Paul Doherty

    Voiceover agent Paul Doherty gives his advice for those looking to book voiceover and on-camera work.

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    June Events at the SAG Foundation's Voiceover Lab!

    For up-and-coming artists and seasoned pros alike, Screen Actors Guild Foundation’s Don LaFontaine Voice-Over Lab in Los Angeles is an indispensable resource. Visit SAGFoundation.org for more info, and check out these June events at the lab.

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    Animation Nation

    While there may not be as many of them, animated pilots can prove just as lucrative for an actor as live-action ones.

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    Celebrities Are Taking All the Jobs

    There seem to be more and more celebrities doing voiceovers, whether it's Morgan Freeman telling us why we should use Visa or Reese Witherspoon and an all-star cast duking it out in 'Monsters vs. Aliens'.

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    Flexing Your Voiceover Muscles

    It's no secret that the very best voiceover artists are, first and foremost, actors. Some of them may not ply their acting skills on stage or on camera, but they are amazing actors nonetheless.

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    The Power Behind the Mike

    "Years ago, men had to have big, beautiful, commanding voices and women had to have soft, whispering, dulcet tones," says voiceover agent Peter Varano of AVO Talent.

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    The Match Game

    Veteran voice CD Barbara Harris on the art of voice matching.

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    Vocal Investments

    Any performer—or for that matter, any public speaker—may suffer from vocal strain. Indeed, according to the performers and coaches we spoke with, the issues for all vocal artists are pretty much the same.

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    Voice Activation

    Want a new way to be proactive in your voiceover career? Here are the best-known websites geared toward voice talent.

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    Sound Advice

    When it comes to building a voiceover career in New York, it's important to find what you do well and stick with it. Two veterans share how they found their niches and made their voices heard.