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Don Morrow Voice Over Workshop in Stamford, CT

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 12, 2009

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Don Morrow"If there had been no Don Morrow, there would be no Don LaFontaine."--- Don LaFontaine.

Now is your opportunity to study with the mentor and friend of the legendary Don LaFontaine.

Attend the workshop and also have a brief trailer demo produced by Don Morrow on March 14th, 2009.

Learn more now.

Don Morrow Voice Over Workshop

Don Morrow has been the spokesman and on camera for over 20,000 national and international commercials and motion picture campaigns. He has been the narrator for hundreds of documentaries: A&E Biography, The E! True Hollywood Story, The History Channel.

Learn from one of the best, celebrating over 50 years in the business.

Event: Don Morrow's Voice Over Seminar
Date / Time: March 14, 2009 from 1pm to 7:30pm
Cost: $799.00
Venue: Steve Hanson's Hi-Top Productions
Street: 1 Bank Street
City/Town: Stamford, CT
Website or Map: http://www.donmorrowvoiceovertraining.com
Contact Info: 203-748-0378 or email: voiceosofdm@aol.com

Payment must be received in full no later than February 20th, 2009. Checks or money orders may be sent to:

C/O The Bedford Group, Inc.
17 King St.
Danbury, CT USA

For further questions please email Don at voicesofdm@aol.com or call 203-748-0378. You can also make payment to attend Don's workshop by PayPal.

From what I heard last, there are about 4 places remaining in the workshop before it reaches capacity.

Best wishes,


Related Topics: Hollywood, legend, morrow, seminar, training, voice over demo, voiceover, workshop


    Don's Seminar for March 14th is sold out but we scheduled another one for June 13th, 2009 at Hi Top Productions in Stamford, Ct.

    Posted by:
    • Dunja
    • February 17, 2009 10:58 AM

      Hi Dunja,

      Thank you for the update! I'm glad that Don will be doing an encore workshop in June. Fab :)



      Posted by:

        Thanks Dunja for the update. I'm sure the June workshop will also be a hit. It's nice to see a lot of people getting so involved and interested in the industry!

        by: matthew

        Posted by:

          Are copies of the book "Forsaken Heroes of the Pacific War: One Man's True Story" still available?

          Posted by:
          • Thomas L. Coffman
          • August 16, 2011 10:57 AM

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