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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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Does voiceover pay well?

It depends. I’ve made $0 and I’ve made $8,000 for a recording. And it’s possible to make more. The first was early days where I did a non-union audiobook for someone who said they’d pay me on the back end once the book was released. I spent 8 hours in a tiny, boiling hot booth […]

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Ask Me!: Getting into VO’s?

How did you get into voiceovers? And how would you recommend I start? Anonymous I got into voiceovers at first because people would compliment me on my voice and accent and then ask if I did voiceovers. Eventually, a good friend of mine cornered me and told me to make a demo. I thought about […]

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VO Agents Won’t Sign Foreigners!

I was just given some fascinating information about representation as a foreign voiceover artist.I currently freelance with a few different agencies in the city and after booking a number of “big” spots was curious why no one was signing me. Then, thanks to the insight and wisdom of my new voiceover coach, Peter Rofé, I […]

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Make your own home/portable voiceover booth

I’ve been making a modest living in voiceovers for the past two years. And recently I have been getting more and more requests to get my home studio together. As someone who travels frequently and who has nearly lost a couple of bookings by being out of town, I thought it would be wise to […]

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