Blog: Tidbits for Voice Actors

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...

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...

A Day in the Life working from the home studio

Ever wonder what it's like to work as a professional voice actor from a home studio?

We asked Internetjock Paul to give us peek into an average day in his world, and here is what he had to say.

“Let's start by saying every working voice actor has their own routine, and much of that depends on whether they are union or non-union, what they specialize in (narration, promos, commercial, and animation) etc., I can only comment on my typical day...