The all time favorite is the late, great, Mel Blanc. I’ve been very fortunate to work amongst a community of incredible talent, based in Texas, and in California. My list is quite long but just to name a few folks that always blow me away: Billy West, Maurice LaMarche, Tara Strong, Rob Paulsen, Jim Cummings, Mark Hamill, Kevin Conroy, and Charlie Adler. I aspire to one day work with any or all of these living legends.
I’ve heard it said that roles are like children, you can’t really pick a favorite. I truly am just thrilled that I get to do what I love. Its not as financially sound as I wish, but whether its a bit part or a huge role, I’m always psyched to get behind the mic and bring those characters to life. I do have some stand outs though…..most recent one would be Kamina from Gurren Lagann. The Narrator and Gohan on DBZ will always be special, as that was my first show.
Voiceover is an extremely fun and rewarding field, but it is also one that is very competitive. There are risks, and they do not guarantee rewards. It will take a lot of passion, determination, practice, money, time, and pure luck. Doing silly voices does not mean you