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    A Day in the Life

    An actor walks us through one episode of his 14-episode voiceover audition for 'The Price Is Right' with Drew Carey.

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    4 Tips for Voicing Child Characters

    Auditioning to play a youngster in an animated project? Here are four tips to channel your inner child and book the gig!

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    Get in the Game

    The interactive-gaming industry has rapidly grown into one of the biggest forms of entertainment today.

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    CD Andrea Romano Gives Voice to Superheroes

    Andrea Romano's impressive list of voiceover casting and directing credits reads like the 1980s and '90s inductees of a hypothetical Saturday morning cartoon Hall of Fame.

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    Try It! You'll Like It! Saturday Voice-Over Workout

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    9 Voiceover Tips From Casting Directors

    Backstage asked CDs from the film, television, commercial, and video game spheres to determine first steps in the voiceover industry, what you need to know about building your own studio, and easily avoidable mistakes.

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    How to be a Versatile Actor

    Casting director and Backstage Expert Kate McClanaghan knows that versatility is the holy grail for actors—but how do you excel at what seems so impossible?

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    5 Top Voiceover Talent Agencies

    Looking to kick your voiceover career into high gear? Landing representation is a great way to start. Here are five agencies with celebrity clientele and offices all over the country to get you started!

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    3 Essentials for Every VO Audition

    Veteran VO artist Michael Bell shares the three keys that make a voiceover audition successful!

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    How Improv Makes a Better Voiceover Actor

    Backstage Expert and L.A. voiceover casting director Terry Berland explains five situations in which all voiceover actors will be thankful for their improv skills!