Category: Voice Acting
In her column, Nancy Cartwright continues her series of chats with animation pros, talking this month with Pixar Animation's editorial manager, AJ Riebli.
In her column, Nancy Cartwright continues her series of chats with animation veterans talking with veteran voice over director Ginny McSwain.
Nancy Cartwright shares the results of her readers survey from her August column and finds inspiration in the answers.
Nancy Cartwright remembers how speaking up and following through can be the key to attaining your dreams.
Nancy Cartwright talks about pigeonholing in the voice over business and how it just doesnt fly with her.
Nancy Cartwright gives some advice on making sacrifices for ones career, but always remaining true to oneself.
Nancy Cartwright discusses and gives advice about an important, but little talked about area of the voice acting business promotions and marketing.
Nancy Cartwright follows the sage advice of Charles F. Kettering, regarding the future the place where we all will be spending the rest of our lives.
Nancy Cartwright writes about preparing for an audition and how to stay professional despite it all.
Rick DeMott interviews veteran voice actor/director Lia Sargent about how someone goes about making a living in the world of voice acting.
Rick DeMott talks with Tom Kenny to discover there’s a truly animated soul behind the voice of SpongeBob SquarePants.
Actress Diane Michelle talks with her fellow cohorts on ABC's Tokyo Pig and passes along their experiences and advice.
Darlene Chan interviews nine leading voice actors and finds out what surprised them most after making it in the business.
Will Ryan reviews Voice Over Etiquette, a new book that teaches the basics of doing voice over work. While focused primarily on the advertising business, the book may offer a few tips for beginning animation hopefuls.
In the world of international voice dubbing, Jacques Barreau sees the need for a universal vocabulary that will help actors properly place their voices and attain the perfect voice that is needed for a job.
From the original Gumby and Kellogg's rooster to rides at Disney theme parks worldwide, you have heard this man speak! Now Dallas McKennon answers Will Ryan's 9 1/2 burning questions.
The legendary June Foray... Will Ryan has just enough time to ask her nine and a half succinct questions before she is off on her busy, busy schedule.
Will Ryan pays a visit to the super-kinetic Charlie Adler, one of the industry's foremost voice actors and directors.