Reasons as to how and why a client decides to quit a voice over talent are completely diverse. The issue can either be the client, the voice actor, external circumstances, or a combination of them altogether.
Category: Voice Over Industry
Have you ever lost a VO client? We all know, it’s the moment every voice actor dreads.
This debate will essentially boil down to whether a voice actor opt to belong to a union or prefer to be an independent voice over worker. And the answer to which the better option is, is often opposing to the clients and vice versa.
Christina Ho extending her hands to help others advance their welfare makes her extra inspirational. 10% of her voice over earnings are being donated to literacy and youth-oriented charities to help them find their own voice.
While it’s easy for us to assume that unlicensed professions under the creative industry are generally taken without a degree or a formal education, many of us still wonder how exactly to become a voice actor and hence, we still come to ask, “Do I need a degree in acting to be a voice actor?”
Voice over, without a doubt, is making rounds on the acting realm nowadays. An actor can’t deny that albeit challenging, it’s one of the most rewarding careers available today in the acting market, taking into consideration the flexibility of work hours and workplace, and the multifarious array of clients.
I audition regularly, super-serve my clients and always keep my word. In fact, I work by the motto, “under-promise and over-deliver”. I don’t win every audition – far from it!
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