Child licenses – who benefits?

By |May 5th, 2017|

I get the same two calls pretty much everyday. The first starts “Hello this is pushy mum. Little Jacob sounds like an 8 year old Sean Bean and just has to do voiceovers”. The second is less easily dismissed and raises some important questions about how our industry employs […]

How to work with very young Voiceover Kids (3-4)

By |September 22nd, 2016|

How can you direct a child as young as five (with little or no reading skills) to
deliver a fun and natural voice over?

These types of session are entirely driven by Mums “feeding” the lines to
their children whilst sitting next to them in the voice over booth. The child
looks […]

Four smart ways to buy voice over

By |July 14th, 2016|

Now is a great time to rethink how you buy voice over. Here are four popular ways to employ great voice over talent and be confident that you’re making the best choice for you and your budget.

Voice over agents look after their own exclusive talent and celebrity actors […]

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Step into the Voice Over world – beginners guide from VoiceoverKids!

By |November 12th, 2014|

If your child is confident and enjoys drama at school then you should think about helping them get into voice overs. Now’s a great time for young actors to take part in cartoons, commercials, language learning Apps and a whole lot more!
Kids stand to benefit massively as they […]

Choosing the “right” voice over

By |February 26th, 2014|

You know the second you hear a bad voice over but how often do you notice a good voice over? Voice over is a subtle sometimes subliminal connection between your message and the audience. Choosing the “right” voice over – right for the brand, right for the message, right […]

voice over tips for teenage actors

By |February 20th, 2014|

If you’re at school thinking about training as an actor then brilliant, it can be immensely exciting and financially rewarding too! Of course, if you’re at all serious about acting when you leave college, you’ll already have realised that its a very tough career choice with long periods of […]

Why Voiceovers with kids are different

By |February 19th, 2014|

Running Voiceover Kids, a specialist voice agency for children gives you a very instant headache – your customer. For many producers working with minors will be new. If care isn’t taken it can be a very steep learning curve indeed. Setting up, producing and getting the best results from […]