Tiffany Grant, a voice actress who has worked in anime since 1994, gives advice about developing a voice acting career. She shares tips about joining workshops or initiatives to develop your skills, finding opportunities, creating a demo reel and building a home studio.
Tara Platt is an American actress, producer and screenwriter who specialises in cartoons, games and animation. Her prominent roles include Temari in Naruto and Reina in Rave Master. Tara shares her experiences behind the mic, and answers five of the most popular questions amongst our voice actors in 2020.
Yuri Lowenthal, an American actor, producer and screenwriter, has been featured in several prominent roles in cartoons, anime and video games. With years of experience under his belt, Yuri shares seven key strategies that have allowed him to thrive as a voice actor.
Many changes have occurred across the media industry, and aspiring voice actors must work harder than ever to grow their careers. Chuck Huber, an ADR Director at the established audio post-production studio FUNimation (USA), shares five tips on how aspiring voice actors may thrive in their industry.
In the past few years, the media landscape has grown, and the voice acting industry has become more competitive. Kyle Phillips, an ADR Director at the established audio post-production studio FUNimation (USA), shares key tips on how aspiring voice actors may grow their careers.
The audio industry has become more competitive, and aspiring voice actors and directors may find it challenging to stand out. Tyler Walker, an ADR director, ADR engineer and Line producer for FUNimation Entertainment, shares about how they may overcome key challenges of developing their careers.
An animated project is produced by a dedicated team, and some of its most talented contributors are behind the microphone.
Christopher Ayres shares about being an ADR Director and scriptwriter at Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks, Funimation, OkraTron 5000 and New Generation Pictures.
In today’s saturated media industry, freelancers may find it difficult to remain competitive and find jobs. Chuck Hüber and Colleen Clinkenbeard, who have both worked as directors at FUNimation, explain that media practitioners may overcome these challenges by building their network, fostering strong relationships with their clients, and retaining their audiences.
Chasing a dream in the media industry is far from easy, as you will be thrust into a highly competitive market.
Several talented people are gunning for the same job, tons of creative ideas are churned out every day, and many ideas are lost in the horde of projects that are fighting for your audience's attention.
However, this shouldn’t discourage you from pursuing your passion. Colleen Clinkenbeard, who is producing, directing and acting in FUNimation’s adaptation of My Hero Academia, shares her thoughts about staying in the game.
Building a career as a voice actor or director may be a daunting task. Given that the media industry is insanely competitive, opportunities may seem scarce, and it may be hard to stand out from the crowd.
Chuck Hüber is an actor, director and script-writer at FUNimation (USA), has endured difficulties in his career, and has overcome is challenges with flying colours. Having worked several notable projects, such as Yu Yu Hakusho, Soul Eater, and Dragon Ball Z, Chuck shares his top three tips about staying in the game.