Posts filed under: Voice Over

Stuck We all feel ‘stuck’ in our marathon run of a career in the entertainment industry. So, let’s start there! 1st are you thinking you’re career is a sprint or a marathon? Sprint looks like: ‘everything should have happened yesterday.’...
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What hasn’t changed.. We can use a lot of modern tools in the entertainment industry – Social Media, Self-tapes, emails, etc. – 1 thing hasn’t changed in this industry is about building relationships. It can feel impossible to figure out...
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Self Taping Self Taping is, in my opinion, a must, if you want to work in Film or TV and aren’t a known actor. I know there is a lot of resistance to this, but in the US market, it’s...
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Joys of living in the Northern Hemisphere February is a short month. Living in the northern hemisphere, it can seem like a month full of blues. Especially when the weather closes in and there is only Valentine’s Day to look...
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Despite the Nerves The ability as a performer to feel a closeness to your audience. How do you do that? There’s that famous song, ‘Killing me softly..’ This song strikes a chord in many of how well it can be...
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Career: At the end of last year/begin of this, I asked you what you wanted me to write about. Thanks to several of you, you responded! 1 response was ‘I don’t see what I’m doing as a (insert your own...
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OK, I’m not meaning social media blocked, but artistically stuck? Don’t know what to do next? You’re career isn’t going the way you planned or you don’t know how to go from amateur to pro? First things first! Everybody goes...
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I don’t know about you, but I love Carpool Karaoke with James Corden.  They are brilliant to watch and the latest 1 is with Jennifer Lopez, check it out: How do they do it?  Why do we watch it?  Despite...
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Coming from the operatic singing background, the idea of creating your own work isn’t a new 1. Of course, it’s 1 of the biggest things people talk about for those periods when you just don’t have work coming in. Really...
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What makes a good CV/Resume? I have been very lucky to do Chrys Salt’s class at the Actors Centre in London, which I can highly recommend, if she is still running them, which handles this problem and many others. I’ve,...
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