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"The Apprentice": Win a Task = Audition for DreamWorks?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 18, 2006

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Apprentice winner steps up to the microphone for Jeffrey Katzenberg in 'Over the Hedge' Audition


As professionals in the field, it's no secret that recording voice-overs can be fun, but did you know that on the last episode of the Donald Trump show "The Apprentice", the winners of the task (Lee and Sean) were awarded with the opportunity to record voice-over auditions for the new animated film "Over the Hedge"?

This prize included flying to California on a private jet to meet and audition for DreamWorks Animation Studios Executive, Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Donald Trump has friends in high places, and voice-over of late has quickly turned into a glitzy profession that everyone wants a piece of.

Imagine that... what you do everyday is prize worthy!

Any thoughts on "The Apprentice" voice-over prize audition with DreamWorks?



Related Topics: animation


    Hi there,

    The gentleman recording in the picture is the winner of "The Apprentice"!


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