Sunday, February 20, 2011

quality voice-acting

i've noticed that i have about three main stock-accents that i go to, whenever i imitate people. i have:

  • the high-pitched, throaty banshee voice that i use to imitate my mother and aunts
  • the low-vowels-in-the-back-of-the-throat drawl for imitating people who i think are acting stupid
  • the purposefully fake, british accent for people who i think are affected
sometimes it has been pointed out to me that the person whom i am, in fact, imitating, doesn't really sound anything like my voice, but the point is, it is their essence.

i am available for hire for cartoons and radio informercials.

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