By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 6, 2010
Have you heard of the couple who made a movie trailer to announce their wedding date?
Jeff Wong and Erin Martin hired one of Voices.com's talent to narrate their now famous "Save-the-date" movie trailer style wedding video.
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Earlier this evening, I received an email from one of our members sharing an interesting story about a specific voice over job they booked via Voices.com that went absolutely viral!
Larry Wayne writes, "Jeff (Wong) found me on movietrailervoicetalent.com last August. It's one of the sites I'm listed on as a Platinum member. It was great fun doing the trailer and has actually been responsible for me getting similar jobs... like a guy in Australia who arranged with a movie theatre to play a special trailer he made (voiced by me) to run on the night he and his girlfriend went to the movies. At the end of the trailer - he was in front of the screen asking her to marry him!"
Isn't this amazing, hilarious and innovative! I've never seen anything like it but now that there is a precedent, who knows what kind of work is out there for voice over talent in movie / wedding trailers!
If you have any comments for Larry Wayne or about the video in general, you're welcome to join the conversation by leaving a comment below.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
StephanieRelated Topics: Erin Martin, hired, Jeff & Erin, Jeff Wong, Larry Wayne, Los Angeles, narration, Save-the-date, voice overs, Voices.com, Wedding Trailer, YouTube
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