“Doing voiceover work reminded me how much I enjoy performing without doing a curtain call or being recognized.” – Mark Hamill
Browsing: voice acting
“Animation is so liberating because you’re just left to your own voice and there’s nothing else you can fall back on” – Josh Gad
“All the hard work is being done before and after us. We stand in a booth, and we talk” – Jason Bateman on Voice Acting in ‘Zootopia’
“There’s no greater recompense than the live audience telling you that you’re delivering the medicine, and then their response is my medicine, and for me that’s the greatest” – Nick Offerman on Theater
Sir Ben Kingsley Talks about the Unique Way He Voiced His Character in the Animated Film, ‘The Boxtrolls’ (video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuZ9Ioe6bWA I could listen to Sir Ben Kingsley talk about acting and.. well, I could…
I remember being legitimately surprised in my youth when I first learned that the recently-deceased…
Bobby: “I think I’m more of a performer than I am a writer”
Jon on ‘Archer’: “I just kind of played him as a very hyper-aggressive version of me”
Lake Bell on Voiceover Work: “I always wanted to be an actor, but voice acting seemed like the ultimate acting tool, because you could be anyone”
Lake Bell is one of the growing number of actors who have decided to go…
Even though fans will have to wait another year for the final season of Mad Men, star Vincent Kartheiser isn’t sitting back during his time off. The 34-year-old actor is working for two shows in Fox Animation’s Domination High Def block. He’s voicing characters on Axe Cop and High School U.S.A. that launch on July 27.
Matt on voice acting: “All you have is your voice to influence the characters”
Being somewhat of a real-life cartoon character himself and having a distinctive voice, John C. Reilly seems like he is a perfect fit for an animated film.
Aziz Ansari on His Work on ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’: “Acting is a plum gig, and then animation is an even more plum gig”
Aziz Ansari, star of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, knows that he has it good.
The comedian voices the character Squint in Ice Age: Continental Drift, a gig which he is quick to admit is a pretty easy one
Harold Perrineau on Voicing ‘Blade’ Anime: “I tried to have as much physicality when I was on the mic as I could so he didn’t sound static”
Harold Perrineau, best known for his roles in movies like Romeo + Juliet and The Matrix trilogy and television shows like Oz and Lost. Perrineau talked about voicing the half-vampire to MTV, and pointed out that just because it’s an animated role it doesn’t mean he doesn’t act.
Jack McBrayer talks about his voice work on Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special, how he came up with the voice of his character and working on The Simpsons!