Why You Should Stop Looking To GET An Agent

July 26th, 2011 by Chris M. 
STOP looking to “GET” an agent, instead, change your mindset to building an agent relationship and being professional. Last week, Kevin Delaney did a GREAT webinar called “How to Get & Keep a Great VO Agent Webinar”. He gives excellent insight on the art of getting representation. What do you have to offer an agent potentially decides to represent you? Are you too desperate?...

Podcast- The Hispanic Voice Over Market

February 16th, 2010 by Tracy Pattin 
Gustavo Rex began his acting in New York in 1980 in Classical Spanish Theatre. Soon he found himself doing “Sexy voices” for the  Late Night soft porn show “Electric Blue.”  But his full time voice over career began here in LA in 1989 and it’s been his bread and butter ever since.  Thanks to his agents at Cunningham (CESD) he quickly became one of the top Hispanic voice over talents...

VideoVoicebank Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks to Jeff Jones PART 3

August 11th, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
Jeff Jones started out at Abrams Artists working as the assistant to the head of commercials and voiceover and was eventually promoted to a voiceover agent. He then moved over to Vox Talent Agency to head the promo/trailer/narration department. Right+Click to Download Podcast (7.8 MB) Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version...

Voice Registry Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks Again to Top Promo/Trailer Agent Jeff Jones Part II

August 4th, 2009 by Tracy Pattin 
Jeff Jones started out at Abrams Artists working as the assistant to the head of commercials and voiceover and was eventually promoted to a voiceover agent. He then moved over to Vox Talent Agency to head the promo/trailer/narration department. Right+Click to Download podcast (9.4 MB) Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version...

First Come First Served

March 12th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
So many of us have voice over representation in cities across the country. Sometimes doubling up on agents can result in doubling up on invitations for the same audition. Rule of thumb? The first agent to send the audition gets the submission. It’s sort of like dating. Until you’ve made a commitment and become exclusive, you’re free to test the waters with other agents. It’s...