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November 23, 2008

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Da Goddess

Very cool interview!

Redi

Now that you are the proof that it doesn't take four years of college ($40-90k) to get a degree to land the job you want. But that it takes determination and persistent thinking to achieve the goals you want. You should take a stab at Radio Connection's for spokes person. The only place I know that throws everyone in the bath water to swim inside the industry under a mentor and with a career coordinator. That would be the whole while holding one's breath to get a job as a voice over. But it's success rate is super high. http://www.radioconnection.com

Fanny ChikkinPhatt

Yea Yea Yea, but is that dork any good in the RACK?

US Inquiring Wimmin wants to know.

Bob Cleveland

My high school Career Counselor told me I had a voice for silent movies and a face for radio.

Guess I was just born at the wrong time. I mean, I AM the guy that developed that not-so-famous soft drink, 6-UP.

Dang.

The Glamorous Life

Dang it. You know the coolest people.

I would write and pre-record entire puppet shows with me doing all the voices. I have tape of it-it is hysterical. I think this is why I am killer at doing accents too.

My Jack is following in my footsteps....and we love to challenge each other to see who can do an accent better...

Yup. We are a strange family.

I would love for my Jack to do this sort of work.

Ellie

Now that seems like one hell of a fun guy.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

I never knew so much went into voice-over work. I also never knew you could be likened to John Lithgow. You most certainly have more hair.

Tammy

Cool. I actually have heard your voice. How awesome that natural born hams have an outlet to make a living. Kudos!

Kyddryn

Heh...when I was younger, I wanted to be a phone voice...or better yet, the voice of the Atlanta Airport!

Dream big, baby!

I liked the idea of voice work because it was acting without being seen, which is delightful if you're a bundle or odd like me.

Foolery, the mental image if you coming off as Lithgow is going to be stuck in my head all day - how am I going to explain the goofy grin???

Shade and Sweetwater,
K (who knows she's weird, but is mostly harmless)

Rick's Cafe

WOW - You know ... people..!

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