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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 6, 2013

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Randye Kaye, voice artistDid you get into voice acting because you were pregnant or on maternity leave?

Many on-camera and stage actresses discover voice acting when they are at home with their little ones and see it as a great way to keep acting from the privacy of their own homes and out of the spotlight...and most importantly, at their own pace!

Hear about Randye Kaye's start in voice acting and let me know if you can relate by commenting on today's VOX Daily!

Guiding Your Own Career

Voice artist and voice-over coach Randye Kaye is a wonderful example of someone who seized an opportunity to make the most of her time and talent. Watch Randye talk about how she got started in voice-overs and hear her story.

Words of Wisdom

"The voice-over business is constantly changing, and if you don't change with it you will lose your edge as a Voice Talent. Utilizing the internet, social media, and the opportunities for skilled talent as part of voices.com is now a vital and effective part of VO marketing. As a VO Talent and Coach, I like to share what I learn!" -Randye Kaye

About Randye Kaye

Randye Kaye is a Voice-over coach with Edge Studio in New York and Connecticut. She makes time for the occasional radio gig, theatre/film/TV role, cabaret song, and works as a professional speaker/MC/auctioneer. Her credits include commercials (Kyocera printers, Swanson, Betteridge Jewelers, Big Lots, Dove), Narrations (Continental Airlines, Wolfgang Puck, Medicare, Burger King, MISTO, Verizon) audiobooks (fiction, non-fiction and children's), phone systems (Priceline.com, Executone, Elizabeth Arden), websites, video games, and live announce events (Effie Awards, Echo Awards). She also worked as on-air personality in Connecticut radio (WEZN) for over 15 years, divided between afternoon and morning drive times, and her body clock is now permanently broken.

Can You Relate To Randye's Story?

I'd love to hear from you!

Best wishes,
Stephanie

Related Topics: awards, child, New York, radio, TV, videogames, YouTube


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