There’s a good chance your voiceover journey started with the dream of being the lead in an animated series. It’s no surprise, Animation is one of the most desirable voiceover genres. It’s super fun and extremely rewarding. It’s also one of the most difficult to break into.
Talent and acting ability aren’t enough though. You need to know how to position yourself in order to take advantage of your opportunities.
- What are animation casting directors really listening for?
- What makes an audition stand out?
- How can you get noticed?
Join veteran Animation Casting Director, Sara Sherman for this 90-min webinar. Get the answers to these questions, learn what it takes to impress casting directors, and make that dream come true!
*This is a recorded product – there is no live component*
Sara Sherman is an Emmy Nominated Casting Director, Dialogue Director and Voiceover Coach. She is currently casting LOONEY TUNES CARTOONS for Warner Bros Animation and directing a project with Disney UK. Recently, she has done other projects with Warner Bros. Animation, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, and the shorts department at Cartoon Network.
Before that, she was Jon Stewart's Head of Casting for his animated project with HBO. However, the majority of her casting career was at Disney Television Animation, where she spent 12 years learning how to cast an animated series. She was the Executive Director of Casting and Talent Relations before leaving at the beginning of 2017. She has worked on such hit shows as BIG HERO 6: THE SERIES, TANGLED EVER AFTER, MILO MURPHY’S LAW, PHINEAS AND FERB, GRAVITY FALLS, and STAR VS THE FORCES OF EVIL. Her credits also include MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE, YIN, YANG, YO, FISH HOOKS, CLUB PENGUIN, WANDER OVER YONDER, SUPER ROBOT MONKEY TEAM HYPERFORCE GO!, and many, many pilots.
Prior to joining Disney, Sara worked in development at Klasky Csupo known for RUGRATS and AS TOLD BY GINGER and at Gullane Entertainment known for THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE.
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