Voiceover Casting Access with Andy Roth

Casting Access


Voiceover Casting Access with Andy Roth

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Begins at 11:00 AM PST | 2:00 PM EST
Check-in begins at: 10:45 AM PST | 1:45 PM EST

3 Hours

Tuesday, February 20, 2024


This class will include a Q&A and prepared reading session. 

Participating actors will receive commercial copy to work with upon arrival at the start of class.


Andy Roth is a casting director with a career that has spanned almost three decades.  After several years as the in-house casting director for Cunningham Escott Slevin & Doherty (CESD), where he did the voice casting for over a thousand projects spanning animation, commercial, television, film, video games and more, he started his own company and has since been working with many of the biggest advertising agencies, casting houses and production companies in the world.  He has cast animated and live-action series and movies for companies such as Netflix, Discovery Kids and SONY and commercial projects for known brands including, Spotify, Oculus, Target, Calvin Klein, Geico, Kraft, Coca Cola and many more. His handiwork can be seen on just about any network, cable channel, and all over the Internet.

As a voice director, he’s directed shows for major companies including Netflix and SONY.  Most recently he’s voice directed, “Too Hot To Handle – Brazil & Germany,” “19 to 20,” “The Forest,” “Insiders,” “11M - Terror in Madrid,” and “Dogs” all of which can be seen now on Netflix; and the animated series’ “Gal and Dino” and “Scar on the Praeter” now airing on Crunchyroll, Roku and Apple TV.  

As an award-winning producer, his recent documentary “The Animal People,” executive produced by Joaquin Phoenix, quickly became one of iTunes top 10 most watched docs.  

With a teaching resume that boasts three of the Hollywood Reporter’s top rated college acting programs, Andy has served as a faculty member at New York University’s Tisch School and has been a guest teacher/speaker at many highly regarded acting programs including Rutgers, Syracuse University, Terry Knickerbocker Studio & William Esper Studio.  


Everyone entering the building must present a valid ID, Proof of Vaccination, and is required to wear a mask.  Actors may remove masks for performances, and instructors are invited to remove masks while giving adjustments or feedback.

NO LATE ARRIVALS and NO WALK-INS are admitted. Only those participants who have received a telephoned or e-mailed confirmation message from staff will be admitted to the session. Waitlisted individuals who have not received such confirmation will not be admitted at the door. Please do not show up if you have not been explicitly confirmed as RSVPed.

Cancellations are required by midnight the night before a class. Cancellation can only be made via the website. You cannot cancel your RSVP via email or phone.  Those who have been seated by the start date are expected to comply. You must cancel your reservation before the start date if you cannot comply, or you will face a six month ineligibility period.  DO NOT BE LATE.  Check-in begins 15 minutes to the class start time.  If you arrive after the start time, you will not be admitted and it will be counted as a no-show.

This program is for educational purposes only.

Questions? Email castingaccess@sagaftra.foundation