By Stephanie Ciccarelli
January 10, 2013
Do you do voice acting as a hobby but wish it were your career?
Joe J Thomas worked as a computer programmer by day and did theatre at night. When his career as a programmer took an abrupt turn leaving him unemployed, a door opened for Joe to pursue voice acting full-time.
Are you ready to make the leap from simply acting on the side to making voice-over and voice acting something you do professionally?
Hear how Joe got into voice acting full-time and about where he thinks the industry is headed in today's VOX Daily.
Is it your goal to become a voice actor full-time and leave your day job behind? Sometimes people make this choice on their own and sometimes the choice is made for them. If you're sitting on the fence, maybe all you need is a little push! This video featuring actor Joe J Thomas discusses Joe's adventure leaving the corporate world and jumping into voice acting full-time.
Joe J Thomas likes the fact that Voices.com has always had a very customer-focused business model. Being focused on our customers is a joy for us and we hope that you feel the same way, too!
Joe J Thomas comes from an unusual combination of "Programmer by Day/Actor by Night." After nearly 30 years of leading this strange double life, he decided to launch his full-time career in Voice Acting. Drawing on years of Theater and Improv Comedy performance, Joe specializes in Accents, Characters, Impressions, Voice Matching and ADR for Video Games, Cartoons, Commercials, Movies and Corporate productions.
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