By Stephanie Ciccarelli
June 9, 2010
What makes voice acting special to you?
How do you feel when you step up to the mic, get into character or create something worth hearing with your very own voice?
Each voice actor may articulate their feelings in a different way, however, there are some common threads that bind.
Voice actors Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen were kind to share how they felt at the VOICE 2010 Celebrity Banquet.
Hear how Maurice LaMarche describes character voice acting and share your own thoughts and feelings on the subject here at VOX Daily.
At VOICE 2010, special guests Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen shared their thoughts on character voice acting and gave us a taste of their talent. You might recognize their names from starring in Pinky and the Brain (Rob was Pinky and Maurice was the Brain), and for being on shows such as Animaniacs, Futurama and more.
At one point, Maurice, who is Canadian born, shared his thoughts about voice acting and they were so succinct and heartfelt that I quickly jotted them down to share here with you.
"Hearing your voice come out of the mouth of an animated character is the closest thing we have to magic."
-- Maurice LaMarche
How would you describe your passion for voice acting as a voice over artist? Be sure to leave a comment here on VOX Daily and join the conversation.
Image courtesy of John Mueller PhotographyRelated Topics: Celebrity, Maurice LaMarche, Rob Paulsen, VOICE 2010, voice acting
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