Sep 8, 2012 « Back to Episodes

Dave Fennoy PT1 EP36

Chuck shares a cool Tip of the Week about Effective Practicing for Voice Actors while Stacey recommends viewers read Nita Whitaker LaFontaine’s poignant and emotionally raw book, Finding My Voice. Meet the Neumann Endorsed Artist, Dave Fennoy, the Voice of, Lee Everett in The Walking Dead, live show announcer and more.

Dave shares how watching VO Buzz Weekly is teaching him and displays the official Dave Fennoy swag. He tells how he got started in the voice over business by way of working as a disc jockey in the Bay Area, and all the fortuitous twists and turns that lead to his full-time career in the business.

With more than 50 video games to his credit, Dave talks about what he loves about doing them and how he protects his voice during long recording sessions. He reflects on his current character, Lee Everett in The Walking Dead games, which happens to be his favorite to date.

Hear what he is still working on improving in his voice acting and how he continues to reinvent himself in the different areas of voice over and trends in technology. Dave talks about the thrill and challenges of live show announcing and the find out the story behind his signature dreadlocks. The episode closes with what his greatest accomplishment in life is and what makes him most proud.

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