Aug 11, 2013 « Back to Episodes

Charlie Adler PT1 EP81

Chuck and Stacey remind viewers that there’s still time to get tickets to attend That’s Voiceover on August 17th 2013 and also the SAG Foundation Poker Classic to benefit the Don LaFontaine Voice Over Lab on August 24th 2013. They also recommend reading the book, Voice Acting for Dummies, written by Voices.com founders, David and Stephanie Ciccarelli. Award-winning actor and Emmy-winning voice director, Charlie Adler sits down to talk about how his amazing career began in theatre and eventually landed him in a hit show on Broadway.

He passionately expresses what people say about acting that “push his buttons” and the common denominator in all forms of acting. Charlie shares how his animation career started upon moving to Los Angeles by  meeting with his then agent, Arlene Thornton and now dear friend, Ginny McSwain that led to his first role on an animated series.

He talks about how he later became a teacher and voice director and what he discovered about the business along the way.

Charlie candidly answers how he approaches animation auditions and why he feels he has been “two people” at different times in his life. He explains how he teaches his students to become comfortable with the unknown in order to achieve your ultimate goals.

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