This week’s episode of the VO School Podcast is devoted to the voice actor. If episode one was an outward look at the industry as a whole, episode two is looking inward and exploring the skills and personal traits needed to become successful in this industry.
What are the skills a voice actor needs to compete? Does success require certain character traits? And can these be learned or are they innate?
We also explore some of the biggest hurdles a new talent must overcome.
Joining me this week is Jodi Krangle, a highly sought after Canadian voice actor whose credits span the globe over the course of a ten-year career. Also joining me is Jim Kennelly, a 30-year veteran of the voiceover industry. He is the owner and executive producer of Lotas Productions, a full-service voiceover studio in Manhattan. Jim is co-founder of Realtime casting and is a respected forward thinker and voice talent advocate.
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Jamie Muffett is a British voice actor, audio engineer, and filmmaker based in NYC. His voice clients include Coca-Cola, Warner Brothers, Microsoft, and National Geographic. For more information, visit www.jamiemuffett.com.
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