Voiceover Coaches

Updated: Jul 14

Happy Monday! After a brief hiatus while working on my studio I'm back and happy to report that my studio just perfectly set up for Voiceovers and music recordings. I'm pretty picky, so I needed it just right before showing it off to the world.

This weeks blog's content is about the need for a Voiceover Coach. Here's some points and ideas that I've found along the way:

  1. Do I need a Coach and why?

  2. How is a Coach going to help me progress?

  3. What to look for in a Coach?

  4. How much is this going to cost me?

* The first questions answer was an easy one for me. YES!...we all need coaching for detailed info regarding scripts, content, auditioning, styles , marketing, business tips etc..


* The 2nd Answer is easy too! An experienced Coach is going to be a mentor, friend, critic. All the details you don't know and need can be found in a "Good" Coach.


*The 3rd answer is complex...sorry but it depends on your goals, desires and your personality. I know, that's a lot to figure out. The upside is that I believe every bit of information we learn, whether it's perceived as positive or negative can be worthwhile for your progression. Take it all in and decide for yourself . Remember...it's your business.. take control of it! Personally , I was looking for someone with experience and a SAG-AFTRA actor and i searched and scoured Linkedin and Google to find me #1 Coach.


#4th answer depends on how much you want to pay and the setting you best learn in. I wanted to stay under $200 for an hour and have "one on one" coaching without distractions from other students. I prefer this learning method, especially when you are spending "Big Bucks"! Utilizing ann experienced SAG-AFTRA actor costs more, but also brings credibility to your process and progression as a Voice Actor. Also, an experienced "connected" coach can bring leads for future clients.

Remember... if you are in this for the long-haul you need to be networking in a smart way that shows that you are respected and professional. A experienced Coach can help do this for you.


Have a great week! If you are looking for Coach with all the attributes I wrote about contact my Coach Sandy Thomas @ www.ThomasVoiceImaging.com

Sandy is a very easy guy to connect with and will help you immensely . BTW.. I don't financially benefit by promoting him in any way.



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