Have you ever wondered why acting in a conversational way is one of the most difficult styles to master?
Why, when they ask for “real, non-announcer, next door neighbor, relatable’, is the copy written with a ton of sell?
Does acting in the dubbing world differ from the commercial world?
How can promos be ‘conversational’?
The answers to these and MANY more questions are discussed during this recorded webinar.
Jeff will also cover:
- Agency and casting expectations
- Tips for hearing your best reads before you send them in
- Discussing current trends in the VO business.
- PLUS! A 30-minute Q&A where Jeff answers all your questions!
Watch Jeff Howell, a stalwart VO industry expert in this jam-packed webinar!
*After purchase, you will receive an email with the link and password to access the webinar!
Jeff Howell is one of the most sought-after voiceover coaches in the industry! Jeff is a legendary promo coach and demo producer as well as a renowned dubbing voice director and producer working on projects for Netflix, HBO, and many more!!
During his extensive career, Jeff has had the honor of casting, representing, or directing such notable actors including Gregory Peck, Martin Sheen, Owen Wilson, Mark Hamill, Sally Kellerman, and Leonard Nimoy. He has produced radio commercials for hundreds of National accounts (Chevy, Bud Light, VISA, American Express, Starbucks, McDonalds, Nestle)
and network radio/TV promos (CBS, FOX, TBS, Comedy Central, Food Network, A&E, NatGeo).
Jeff launched his voice-over industry career as a voiceover agent at Abrams-Rubaloff & Lawrence, then crossed over to the creative side by serving as casting director/radio producer at Bert Berdis & Company, and then was hired as the VP of Production at World Wide Wadio where he was introduced to the world of promo production. He served as the post-production supervisor and director for numerous sci-fi audio novels that were produced by Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie. He has directed narration for Fox Searchlight, Travel Channel, DIY, Food Network, and The Smithsonian. Currently, Jeff is running his own company where he is producing and directing all things voiceover including animation, commercials, promos, narration, dubbing, and IVR.