Jul 14, 2013 « Back to Episodes

Paul Pape PT1 EP79

Chuck lets everyone know that his band Rock Sugar (with voice actor, Jess Harnell) has an upcoming show at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe on July 27th and Stacey is heading to Orlando this week to shoot new updates for her Walt Disney World, Must Do Disney TV show. An awesome email from Mark in Wilmington, NC is happily read and much appreciated. Chuck and Stacey along with fellow Neumann Endorsed Artist Paul Pape, gives kudos to Chris Currier and the team at Sennheiser/Neumann.

Paul, a veteran voice actor and co-founder of the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Lab, started his career as a theatre and on-camera actor and takes us through how he got started in voiceover.

He gives viewers a look in to the world of ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) and how it has developed through the years and what is expected of voice actors working in this genre of voice over. He talks about his meaningful experiences working with directors like Barbra Streisand and Kevin Costner and the advanced technology used today.

Paul, one of the main voices of the Obama Re-election campaign, offers insights on how he got that gig and other political campaigns around the country. He shares the process of how the spots are created and how he handles the pressure.

Get the whole story of how Paul landed the role of “Double J.” in the iconic 1977 film, Saturday Night Fever, alongside John Travolta. He elaborates on the effects of overnight success and what it has taught him.

Make your plans to join Paul, Chuck and Stacey and the best of the best in the voice over business at the Don LaFontaine Poker Classic on August 24, 2013 in Los Angeles. Get ticket information and pertinent details at: www.SAGFoundation.org All proceeds go to benefit the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Lab. It’s an awesome event, we hope to see you there!

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