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The NYC Actor Podcast: Real Time Casting’s Andrew Peters

Andrew Peters Skypes in from Australia to talk about his new online voiceover database and casting service Real Time Casting,  coining the phrase “The Psychology of Trust,” and even offers a little advice to AFTRA and SAG. The NYC Actor Podcast is available to download or subscribe to at iTunes! To learn more about Real Time […]

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Jon Briggs Discovers He is the Voice of Apple’s Siri

A lot of us think that the humanoid voices we hear on our electronic devices are computer generated – robots, if you will. But, as far as I am aware, every computerized human has a real person standing behind it: Avatar, GPS, Video Games, and now Siri. Here is a great article a friend sent […]

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The NYC Actor Podcast: Voiceover Queen Fiona Jones

How do you book acting and voiceover work? According to Fiona Jones it’s 85% about being confident! Fiona, a voiceover artist/actor/writer/producer and founder of The Manhattan Theatre Source and The Estrogenius Festival, gives some indispensable advice on voiceover technique, how to get involved in the acting community in New York and what it takes to […]

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Jennifer Hale, the Lady of Video-Game Acting : The New Yorker

An excellent article on video game voiceovers. I highly recommend it! To read this article visit the NewYorker.co subscribe to The New Yorker online or find one in print at your local newsstand.

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Acting Advice

Ask Me: At home auditions – who should read with you?

Anonymous asked If you want to make a self audition but you have no one to read the other’s characters line, what do you do? Many thanks for asking your question. There is no excuse for not having someone to read the other characters lines with you. Even if you have mere moments to throw […]

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