The best voice actors in voiceover are the ones who know how to convey emotion.
The best ones also know how not to.
It’s why many of them have the highest-rated shows on Amazon and are the most-watched in YouTube.
“The people who know their material well are the people who are in the front lines, in the back,” says Stephen Proulx, a former host of the The Voice and The Voice of Manny Alvarez, who now hosts the podcast The Voice Cast, which is similar to the Voice Cast.
The show’s host, Manny Alvarez (pictured), has worked with some of the best voiceovers in history.
“The ones who are able to tell a story, they know their craft,” Proulex says.
And because they’re skilled, they get a lot of the credit for the voice of their favorite characters.
Voice actors also tend to be the ones that get a big budget, Proullys co-hosts, so their talent and passion can translate to success.
“We’re talking about, ‘Hey, what if this were a movie?’ or, ‘What if this was a TV show?'”
Proulyx says of the voice actors who land major roles in television shows.
“So, they’re just really smart.”
“The voice of the day” When it comes to voiceover work, the best ones have a deep understanding of the show’s storytelling, according to Prouler.
“It’s not like you’re just telling a script and saying, ‘You know what?
This is going to work.
This is the right voice for this character.’
They know the story, and they know what it’s about,” Pouler says.
“They have a lot more control over how they’re going to portray that character than most of the other actors.”
That’s why the best actors have the most unique voices.
“In a show like The Voice, it’s like, ‘Okay, here’s this character.
What’s her personality?
What’s the vibe?
What are her quirks?'”
Poullys point to The Sopranos, where David Chase and Tony Hale’s characters were both voiced by actors who worked together on that show.
“There’s no one voice to that show,” Poulter says.
Proully says he remembers when his daughter, who was then a college student, told him, “I’m so impressed by that actor, because she has this really amazing voice.”
“She’s like a child,” Pouchlys says.
After years of learning, Poulters voice actor daughter, now a professional voice actor, told Proulier, “You are amazing.”
“It was like, Wow, my daughter has such an amazing voice, and I’m not even talking about her.
She’s just talking about me.
It was such a big compliment,” Poughler says of his daughter.
“She just goes, ‘That’s so cool.
I know this is not how you do it, but you do this, and that’s why I love you so much.'”
The best of the worst Proultys daughter, however, doesn’t always have the best-loved voice.
“I don’t know who’s going to get a better job,” he says.
But if you look at the top 10 most-reproduced voices, the ones with the most buzz are often the ones whose voices sound like they’re coming from a studio, rather than from a recording studio, which Pouli says is not usually the case.
“One of the reasons I love this industry so much is that there are always so many voices out there, and you can hear that every day,” Pounler says, referring to the millions of hours that go into the voice work.
“When you’re on set, you hear them all the time.
They’re always, like, there.
And I think that’s really cool.
It shows you what these people are able or not.”
In addition to the best and worst voice actors, the Voice cast also tends to be well-rounded.
Poulett, who worked with many of the biggest names in TV shows including David Chase, Tony Hale, John Stamos, John Barrowman and Katee Sackhoff, says it’s important to find voices that are diverse.
“All the different voices are going to be good.
It doesn’t matter who you are,” Pourtles says.
So who’s the most talented?
Poulette, who’s been a professional for over 20 years, says the best part about being on the show is the talent you’re able to bring to it.
“You’re able, in my opinion, to have some amazing ideas, some really great stories and just really amazing characters,” Pouldery says.
If you’re looking for the best of all possible worlds, Pounett says, you’ll want to look at