For most of 2007 I studied voice acting with Nancy Wolfson. While not everyone has the same experience, I loved everything about working with Nancy, even the times when she was hard on me; because I could tell I was getting better. How?
In that one year my voiceover income went up by over 40 percent. Let me put that into context for you. For almost 10 years in a row my voiceover income was enough to live on and support my family. Then in one year, I started booking bigger jobs and better paying jobs. More of both. Enough to raise my voiceover income by more than 40 percent.
As a former agent and casting director, Nancy’s sole goal as a voiceover coach is helping the performer book the audition.
One of the methods she teaches is identifying the VO character as either “referencer” or “expositor.” It’s a completely different way of looking at voiceover performance.
Her one-to-one coaching is very expensive. But now you can download a nearly 3-hour audio seminar of Nancy teaching and demonstrating her revolutionary approach.
I think you’ll also be intrigued by her explanation of the difference between acting for theatre and acting for advertising.