Q & A With Talent Agent, Carol Rathe (Go Voices Talent)



What are the rules of professional conduct for voice actors? How does one navigate having multiple agents? Are you making vital errors in how you handle your agency representation or audition submissions?

This enlightening webinar is crucial to any talent who wishes to navigate having agency representation successfully. Carol Rathe discusses:

  • Submitting auditions that you have received from multiple agencies (who do you submit to?)
  • How many agents you can have in various markets
  • How to foster a good relationship with your agent and build trust
  • The top mistakes she sees good talent make on a daily basis
  • Demos
  • Submitting for representation
  • What Go Voices looks for when considering talent for representation
  • The Colorado market

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn from one of the most experienced and knowledgeable voice over agents in the U.S.!


Duration: 1 1/2hrs
Access: Unlimited access to webinar on this page – (see video below)
Investment: $49 (free in GVAA Membership!!)



About Carol:

Carol Rathe began her career in the talent industry in 1980 as a full-time on camera and voice over artist, after a professional theater career. In 1987 she began a new career in production. She worked for several production companies and then at McDonald Davis and Associates advertising agency, where she was responsible for hiring union talent for the agency’s Wisconsin Lottery and Shopko stores accounts. In 1989 she went on to write and produce as a freelancer for several years. She wrote and produced television segments for major corporations like Intel, Marriott, and American Express, many for CNBC; produced a United Cerebral Palsy Telethon; made music videos and produced nature documentaries for the Audubon Society, among others.

In 1993, she founded the Broadcast Department of the nationally known Arlene Wilson Management (later known as Aria Talent) in Milwaukee, and went on to become the Agency Director and to head up the Voiceover Department for the agency’s Atlanta, Chicago and Milwaukee offices. In addition, she held regular classes to train talent in both on-camera and voiceover technique and best business practices.

Taking all of her experience and industry knowledge, Carol now owns Go Voices, which has a cutting edge website that has brought in clients from around the world. Unlike websites that list hundreds of people with any kind of skill or experience level, Carol hand selects each voiceover talent and knows their capabilities and personalities. She personally takes care of every detail, including studio arrangements and delivery of voice over demos or audition reads. She is dedicated to upholding high standards for talent and agency professionalism.

Go Voices has a national reputation for friendly, honest and responsive service. Talent seeking representation may submit online at the www.govoices.com


**DISCLAIMER** GVAA partners with Casting Directors, Coaches, and Agents strictly for the purpose of educating voice actors. Participation does not guarantee representation or work.