I just received an email from a fan who wanted to find out how to get a copy of Samurai X. It was a previous version of Rarouni Kenshin (renamed) that was done before Bang Zoom re-did it. I call it the funny version. It was definitely not for anime purists. Michael Sorich and Richard Epcar […]
Below is a letter from a voice acting fan. I have removed his name to protect his privacy. He asked some great questions about my voice over career so I thought I would share my answers. Enjoy! Hello, my name is (unnamed). I have been a fan of all things animated cartoons and video games […]
If you are starry-eyed and are thinking, “Wow! I want to be a voiceover actor,” realize you need to create a business to sustain your career over the long run. The glamorized version of Hollywood is simply that. It’s glamorized. It isn’t until you start counting how much you are actually making when you realize, “Hey, this is not […]
I get a lot of questions from fans on how to become a voice over actor. I’m thinking that the focus of this blog should shift to give all of you out there a perspective on what it takes to make it in this profession. If you have specific questions make sure to contact me […]
Leave it to Facebook to get info on the state of the anime industry. Apparently, Bandai is throwing in the towel on its anime products because of video piracy. My friend and colleague Voice Actor Steve Blum wrote on Facebook: I’m going to address this once and move on. Sad that I even need to. […]
I seem to have fans all over the world with a large number in South America. One of my fans, Matias, sent me a video he made singing To Be In Love, from Robotech. He did such a great job I wanted to post it.
This was my first time at PMX and even though I was only there for a few hours on Sunday, November 13, 2011 at the Hilton LAX. I had a blast. I got to meet a couple of ladies from “The Ladies of Tenchi Muyo” I had never met before. Plus Christina Vee showed up […]