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Does Voice-Over Fit You?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 12, 2012

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Brenda Robinson, voice artistDid you have a eureka moment when you knew that voice acting was the perfect job for you?

The intrigue of voice and being behind the mic is alluring to many people, including Brenda Robinson.

Hear Brenda's thoughts about fitting in as a voice artist and what the voice-over community means to her in today's VOX Daily.

Something Could Match You

The voice is a multifaceted instrument. You can do so much with it from singing to voice acting to speaking in general. Regardless of where you come from, your background or voice type, the availability of roles and variety of genres for voice work is astounding. In voice-over, you are only limited by what you can imagine.

Brenda Robinson is a voice talent at Voices.com. She thinks being in the business of voice-over is wonderful. I trust you will agree!

View this video of Brenda Robinson via YouTube.

About Brenda Robinson

Brenda Robinson is a voice-artist who does several types of voice projects including narration for audio books, documentaries, relaxation for meditation and guided imagery, commercial spots for television and radio, character animation as well as singing for jingles. As a singer, she has studied Broadway, Opera and Pop. She has sung with entertainment groups around Utah and for two years was a member of Sweet Adeline's Mountain Jubilee Chorus.

Does Voice-Over Fit You?

How did you figure out that you wanted to be a voice actor, voice-over artist or narrator?

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

Related Topics: animation, radio, YouTube


    Hi Stephanie,

    I figured out that I wanted to be a voice actor when I was told many times throughout my life that I had a great voice. I unconditionally accepted to a Radio Show workshop in my early 20's, took a brief voice over class in Hollywood some years ago and recently I listened an audio book and thought to myself, wow that narrator has a good voice, but she sounds so scripted and mechanical. Certainly I could do a much better job than that.

    If I studied voice over, audio books is where I'd love to work.

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    • Melissa
    • March 22, 2013 4:12 PM

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