By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 26, 2012
In a world where putting a really awesome impression of Don LaFontaine on YouTube can get you on TV and agency representation offers, Jake Foushee is having the time of his life.
His voice changed at age 13 and by the time he turned 14, his instrument could rival Hollywood's finest in trailer and promo.
Hear more about his rise to stardom and share tips and words of wisdom with a very talented, yet very young, voice-over phenom.
The newly famous pipes of one Jake Foushee, as seen on Good Morning America, Ellen and computer monitors everywhere, has just been offered representation with one of the most prestigious voice-over agencies in New York City and represented by one of the most amazing voice-over talent agents ever.
Imagine. A fourteen year old boy who wants nothing more than to be a professional voice actor and follow in the steps of his hero, Don LaFontaine, was handed the opportunity of a lifetime on a silver platter...a career start at Abrams Artists Agency.
You can watch his appearance and agency representation offer on Ellen here:
This is no ordinary story. This is clearly no ordinary boy.
Do you have any words of wisdom that you could impart to Jake as he begins his professional voice-over career?
Comment and let us know!
StephanieRelated Topics: agents, Hollywood, New York, TV, YouTube
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