Famous Voice Over Actors from Over the Years

Not usually as well-known as on-screen actors, voice over actors can carve out successful careers that last much longer than the typical Hollywood star. When a voice actor is good, they’ll find plenty of work; however, when they’re great, there is no end in sight to the opportunities available to them.

Many of us have become so accustomed to the voices we hear on cartoons, animated movies, and video games that we’re able to instantly recognize them. These voice actors use their talent to bring our favorite characters to life. Although famous voice actors take on many roles and appear in many forms, they’re not nameless. Learn about some of the most famous...

Essential Home Studio Recording Equipment

If you want to launch a new career and sell voice over services online, there are some things you’ll need. Recording studios date back to the 1800s when Thomas Edison invented the phonograph and changed the world. Fast forward over 100 years, and setting up a home studio has gotten a lot easier. Home studio recording equipment has become more affordable, more dependable, and of higher quality. It’s...

Stand ups and Voice overs

Objects Levitated By Using Sound

No there are no hoverboards yet, but engineers or ‘purveyors of magic and bafflement’ as I like to call them have invented a device that can levitate tiny objects using THE POWER OF SOUND with a sonic tractor beam.

This technology could change the way we view movies and internet videos

A Good Home Studio Mic

There are plenty of affordable studio microphones available. One of the most popular is the Shure SM7. Used by many professional recording artists such as Foo Fighters, Adele and Lana Del Rey (to name a few) but is a top choice for voice over artists as well.

It has a warm sound and is easy to use in any room to get a consistent sound without a lot of set up. The Shure SM7 has the ability to give you a big studio sound even if you are recording your vocal tracks in the back of a tour bus. It...

Q & A with Internetjock Mary C.

When did you know you wanted to do voice overs?


I’ve been a working actor for most of my life.  I’m a singer and dancer and have

performed for years in film and on stage.  Commercials and voice overs have

been a large part of my career and when I became a Mom voice over provided

the most flexible schedule for me so I could be with my family, and still scratch

my itch...


What brought you to do voice overs?

I was working in a radio station in the creative department, and since I have a degree in Acting/Directing, I started voicing a lot of our local content for spots.  After I while, I decided that was my favorite part of my job… and I wanted to continue doing it for other people, so applied at InternetJock.


Anyone in the voiceover industry that...

The Voice of the NYC Subway

A familiar voice for New York City commuters has come a long way down the line - of broadcasting.

Q & A with Internetjock Jim G.

What brought you to do voice overs?

I always have enjoyed creating good sound and I was a TV announcer for years.


Anyone in the voice over industry that has inspired you? Explain what it is about them.

Yes, Don Lafontaine. He knew how to set the mood. Also, Ed Victor for his versatility and willingness to share his knowledge.


Do you have a name for your microphone? If not what name would you give it?



How do you take care of your voice? Any type of warm ups?

I do not yell at sporting events. I drink...