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We sat down with voice over instructor, Robyn Moler to find out what she loves about it.

Robyn Moler teaches Intro and Advanced Voice Over.

What’s your favorite thing about Voice Over?
We get to act without memorizing lines! I’m TERRIBLE at memorizing.

Why is Voice Over good for actors to pursue?
Voice Over is a great compliment to any acting career. Advertising can be a fun and creative industry and voicing commercials lets you be a part of it.

What you like about teaching VO?
I like talking about voice over cuz I’m such a freaking nerd about it and it’s nice to have eager listeners who are a captive audience 😉 but also I really like seeing the progression from the first week to the last. Everyone makes great progress and it’s fun to be part of that.

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Every actor has untapped talents. You’ve tried any number of approaches to acting but hidden creative resources remain just out of reach. The feeling is that something is missing. That something is the CORE.

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If there is one motto that sums up the actor’s dilemma it is, “hurry up and wait.” You spend most of your time waiting for that next audition, or rehearsal, or performance. It seems you’re dependent on everyone else to put your skills to work. Since there is so much “waiting”, it’s easy to see the “waiting” as wasted time. That need not be the case. There are ways to put that “waiting” to work. Read more

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