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Rosa Beatriz Sanchez-Worley

Carlsbad, California

children's book. Characters

Voice Over Animation + 13 More
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Hannah Laurel

Burbank, California

A Lovely Blend

Voice Over Audiobooks + 19 More
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African American Voice Actor Lilian McWilliams

Austin, Texas

African American Teen Girl Toy commercial VO

Voice Over Online Ad + 21 More
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Andrea Collins

Toronto, Ontario

Narrator - Authentic, Inspirational

Voice Over Video Narration + 22 More
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Christophe Caysac

marseille, France

santa clauss jouet club

Voice Over Radio Ad + 20 More
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Jill Rolls

Los Angeles, California

Interview with Rose DiGianno

Voice Over Documentaries + 13 More
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Characters Voices

The role of “character” is a very broad role, as a character is any person or other being in a narrative. As such, voicing characters is a broad category, however it can be narrowed down into different types of characters. Different characters have different occupations, nationalities, ethnicities, can be male or female, human or another creature, or otherwise differ from other characters.

Since each character is different, it is best to study the character you are voicing, and compare it to other characters who share the same traits, genre and plot structuring or themes from other media sources. Asking the writer of the script to tell you more about the character and how it should be portrayed is also helpful. Combining these two approaches should give a rough starting point for how the character should sound, and how you should voice it.