Fantasy, adventure, action, sports, educational, animation...you name it, video games are incredibly popular on a global scale. Savvy "VG" producers are always aiming to create the next epic virtual experience and voice actors play a pivotal role in process as performers. In this workshop, Dave Fennoy will share his insights on character development, script analysis and other intel about voicing for video games. Dave has a wealth of VO experience and will help you acquire some of the acting tools needed to voice characters in this popular category of VO.
Dave is one of the most sought after voice actors in the business. He is known for his versatility, providing voices for commercials, narrations, TV promos, award shows, animation and games. The nearly 40 million daily viewers of Hulu have dubbed him “The Hulu Guy”, as he provides the omnipresent voice heard before the programs. His commercial voice credits include Sears, Lexus, McDonalds, Corona Beer, KFC, Toyota, Chrysler, ATT, Louisiana Sea Food, Time Life Music R&B/Gospel, and Southern Company.
In addition, he has narrated programs for Nat Geo, Discovery Channel, Science Channel and Animal Planet, as well as promos for CBS, ABC, CNN, the WB, Fox, MLB Network, Disney Channel and TV One.
Dave is a multifaceted voice-over actor and instructor committed to giving back to aspiring actors.
Attendees are required to stay for the entirety of the class, which is from 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM (PST) / 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM (EST).
If you make the RSVP list, please know that this class will consist of designated readers and auditors. An RSVP for this class does not mean you are or will be a designated reader. For those that are interested in being designated readers, there will be 10-12 actors randomly selected prior to the class. Those that are not selected will be able to sit in on the class as auditors (non-readers, but active observers with the ability to ask questions when the opportunity to do so is presented). Everyone will be emailed additional details about the process on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 by 12:00 PM (PST) / 3:00 PM (EST). At that time, participants will need to reply to the email, so we can complete the designated reader/auditor lists.
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