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Welcome to the Voicing Your Talent page where host, Jacquelyn Liz shares the secrets of what it takes to be a voice over artist. Jacquelyn is an up and rising voice over actor that has voice many commercials, audio books, and video games. She will be interviewing several voice over artists to share the do's and don'ts of voicing a character, how to create memorable characters, and the easiest way to get your foot in the door. Join us as we discover how to voice your talent.
C. ANDREW NELSON - The first guest to grace this show is actor, visual effect artist, and voice over artist C. Andrew Nelson. He is perhaps best known for playing the role of Darth Vader in the Special Edition re-release of the original Star Wars trilogy, but he has also worked as a voice over artist for several video games such as; Mortimer and the Riddles of the Medallion, Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - the Hidden Empire, Wrath of the Gods, and The Curse of Monkey Island.
GREG BERG - At first glance you may think that you have never heard of Greg Berg, but the odds are that you might be wrong. Greg is a professional Voice Over Artists known for his role as; Fozzie Bear, Scooter, Dr. Julius Strangepork from Little Muppets and Muppet Babies, Robotman from Robotman and Friends, and Donatello, Bebop, and Sluggo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. Greg sat down with us to discuss his work and to give up and rising artists' some valuable tips.
MICHAEL YURCHAK - If you are into anime than you have most likely heard of our guest today. Michael has voiced such impressive characters as; Hawk's Eye (Sailor Moon), Trip (Pokemon), Igaru (Ultraman), Viper (The Legend of Korra), and Obito Uchiha (Naruto). Michael sat down with host Jacquelyn Liz and talked in detailed about his amazing career and gives potential voice over artist advice on how to become a successful voice over artist.
KYLE HEBERT - Do you love anime? Than it's very likely that you've heard the voice of Kyle Hebert. He has voiced so many iconic characters such as; Narrator/Gohan (Dragon Ball Z), Kyusuke (Sailor Moon), Vato Falman (Fullmetal Alchemist), Farmer Mozuke (Samurai 7), Dan (Pokeman), Fat Gum (My Hero Academia) and Kiba Inuzuka (Naruto), to name a few. Kyle has taken the time to chat with us to share his career as well as several tips to assist future voice over artists.
RENAE JACOBS - You have most likely hear of Renae Jacobs growing up she was the voice of April O'Neal from the classic 1987-1996 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle animated show. She was also in Punky Brewster (1985), Moon Dreamers (1986), and Talkin' Toons (2017). Ranae was kind enough to sit down with Jacquelyn to discuss several of her career highlights as well as what it takes to record good quality sound. You don't want to miss this episode.
CHERYL CHASE - Chances are you know the voice of Cheryl Chase. If you have seen Rugrats than you know and love Cheryl's voice as Angelica Pickles. She has voice many wonderful characters as; Pinky (Noozles), Squeaker (Dragon Ball Z), Mrs. Pipe (Ren and Stimpy), and various characters within The Simpsons. Cheryl was kind enough to sit down with Jacquelyn and talk about her amazing career as a voice over artist and shared some tips on how to sharpen your vocals.
MIKE BRASSELL - One of the things I wanted to share on this show is not just the voice overs that we hear on our favorite cartoon, but other places as well. Mike Brassell joins us today to discuss his work with Walt Disney World where he voices the famed ride The PeopleMover. Mike also share what it takes to be in the voice over business and touches up on the music aspect of his career.
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