In today’s episode, I have the pleasure of chatting with my pal Nancy Linari about voice-over and particularly the world of Audiobooks!
Nancy began her career in Chicago with the famed improv comedy group, The Second City. She appeared in David Fincher’s Academy Award-winning The Social Network and Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center. Her numerous television ...
Hey Easy Speakers,
Some recommendations from today’s Good Friday hodge-podge-cast!
Podcasts I like:
Book oriented podcasts I like:
Song of Achilles (Miller)
Paying Guests (Waters)
Check out the Hillary C post on the website:
This week we talk to actor Joe Mortimer about how a jock from Philly ended up at grad school to study theater, and then on to LA where he launched a very successful career in voice-over (much to the surprise of his voice and speech teachers)!
Joe Mortimer Joe Mortimer is a professional voice actor. ...
In this episode my good friend Jenny Walters and I talk about being human.
When I teach a class or workshop or coach a client, I am helping not only to open up the vocal instrument, but often times we get into opening up the psyche in regards to self-judging and holding onto old beliefs that ...
Following your fear vs following your bliss is what this episode is about. An email I got from Marie Forleo got me to thinking about fear related to our voices and how we speak, and how working on freeing our voices might well we worth the risks.
This week we connect with screenwriter, Deb Setele to hear about her PitchFest experience. We get some great tips and take-aways about how to handle the stress when you’re pitching -- which goes for auditions too!
Deborah started her career as a screenwriter by writing short stories in her bedroom as a ...