By Stephanie Ciccarelli
February 7, 2013
Everyone has a unique story to share.
Have you ever thought about or discussed how you came to be a voice actor?
Karen Gerstman joined us for an interview to share more about how she got into voice-overs and her career journey.
We are prepared in advance for what we are meant to do, so when Karen got bitten by the voice acting bug, she jumped right in!
Did that happen to you as well?
Hear more about Karen's story in today's VOX Daily.
Have you found the area of voice-overs that fits you like a glove? Karen Gerstman shares her voice acting story and how she uses Voices.com as an opportunity to be heard in this Voices.com voice actor video interview.
"I wanted to participate in this video since Voices.com has been so much a part of my voice acting life. Back in the days when 'Voices.com' was 'Interactive Voices,' co-founder Stephanie Ciccarelli, contacted me to invite me to join. We finally had the opportunity to meet personally in December, 2009 at a New York mixer and so the video was a wonderful opportunity to share my experiences, especially since I'd just booked a job through Voices.com a week previously to the video shoot." -Karen Gerstman
For many years, Karen Gerstman worked as a paralegal secretary in The Big Apple until she got bitten by the voice acting bug. She has voiced a variety of projects from commercials to all types of narrations, yet voicing children's projects and animation are a major passion. Karen loves to breathe life into any voice project and looks forward to continuing for many years to come.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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