Posts Tagged ‘voice talent agent’

Ethnic Voice Talent is 10 Years Old!

In 2003, I was proud to represent a solid roster of English and French oral specialists. Quietly, I added some Spanish voices into the mix. Clients started to inquire: Can I get a German man? How about a Japanese woman? Time passed and I finally clued in that these were business questions and I sprung […]

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Voice Over Canada hits Brazil!

Apparently, we are making an impact in Brazil! An actual comment left on this blog: “Hello, Roger. I’m a dreaming brazilian boy who is turning 18 this year. I’ve always been passionate about voice-acting and dubbing, I’m finishing my english studies and I’m taking voice-acting/dubbing technique classes this year. I’m willing to live in Canada. […]

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Voice Over Times: Secrets of An Agent Man

I’ve been asked to write occasional pieces for Voice Over Times so I took a look back at some of the posts on this blog and wrote kind of a best of piece on What Agents Are Looking For. Have a look by clicking here: http://www.voiceovertimes.com/2014/03/24/secrets-of-an-agent-man-what-are-you-looking-for/ And check out the rest of the site too. […]

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Random Agent Musings (RAM) #3 – The Audition Process

Some thoughts on auditions: -If you think you aced the audition, there is very little chance you’re getting the gig! The one you’ve forgotten about from three weeks ago is the one you’ll inexplicably get. -In light of the above, it’s best to think about auditions as the equivalent of batting practice in baseball. A […]

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The Double Divas and Livingston Studios

Our friends The Double Divas are teaming up in Toronto to do another weekend workshop. The details are below. Note: it’s being held at Livingston Studios, a new facility in Toronto aiming to be a hub for voice talents and coaches. I was invited to their grand opening last month and the space looks slick. […]

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Random Agent Musings (RAM) #2: Favorite client lines

This week…A few of my favorite client lines from past and present: “We always budget $500.” After inquiring about the availability of a talent on my roster they want to book, and having received approval of this voice from their client, I ask what they have in mind for the rate. They quote $500. I […]

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