Chuck and Stacey continue talking with Samantha Paris, founder of Voicetrax SF and voice actor in the TV shows Jem and Bionic Six, who talks about the elements of the voiceover demo and why it should showcase your strengths. She talks about the ways she mentors her students so they can accomplish their voiceover dreams which includes responsible business practices and knowing their value.
She shares what she still loves about being in the voiceover industry and expresses gratitude to her agents, Jeff Danis and Natanya Rose at DPN, for supporting her, Voicetrax SF and her students. She talks about why she is so selective about the people who teach her students and celebrates the industry leaders like MaryLynn Wissner, Bob Bergen, Jeff Howell, Rob Paulsen and Townsend Coleman who have shared their talents at Voicetrax SF over the years.
Samantha talks about the demographic of her students, what they want to accomplish in voiceover and reflects on what she believes have been the keys to her success and longevity. She explains what she means by “Safety lies in the risk” and the IF Question is one of the most poignant to date, answered beautifully by Samantha.
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