I've been a poet and writer--and teacher of writing--for over 20 years and was also in the VO market around 15 years ago when you had to pound the pavement and go to maybe five or six auditions a day! I loved it, but I didn't have the time or--at that period in my life--the kind of experience (VO and LIFE) one really needs to succeed. I've mellowed w/age, I think and now I'm in better tune. Someone once described my voice--the "experience" of hearing it--as listening to someone gargle with gasoline. And in the years I was auditioning, it was considered the voice of damage. There were a lot of us then. It was in fashion to sound like that. It was a damaged time. But I like to think my voice has become something more over the years of training and curiosity--that it's become a voice of romance and comedy and sophistication. In other words--a voice that holds both joy and sorrow--kept alive by talking and singing and reading poems out loud.
|Age Range:||46 to 60|
|Recording Type:||Commercials TV, Promo , Commercials Radio, Audio Book, Documentaries, Animation, Trailers, Corporate Narration|
|Style:||Big Voice, Hip, Story Teller, Intimate|
|Union Affiliation:||No Union Status|
|Production Capability:||Home Studio|
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