Tom Bodett, June Foray, Joanie Gerber, Gary Owens, Thom Sharp, Andre Stojka
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Personal recommendation from Dan O’Day:
What a thrill it was for me to moderate a panel of the world's most successful voiceover artists. From the opening moments — when Gary Owens mocked me with a brilliant adlib — to Andrew Stojka's astonishing cold read of a piece of commercial copy, it's a breathtaking experience for any VO pro.
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Tom Bodett's voice is one of the most recognizable in America — the voice of the long-running Motel 6 campaigns.
The Hollywood Reporter proclaimed June Foray "the First Lady of off-camera voice actors." Her resume includes working with Walt Disney, Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Friz Freleng, Bob McKimson and Jay Ward. We could fill an entire website with June's credits, but here's the one that guarantees her place in history: June is the voice of Rocky, The Flying Squirrel (as well as Natasha and Nell) on Bullwinkle.
Joanie Gerber: Many voiceover pros will tell you that Joanie is the best in the business. A protégé of Mel Blanc and Stan Freberg, she's won every major award (A.S.I.F.A., A.N.D.Y., I.B.A., etc.) while voicing thousands of cartoon series and local, regional and national commercials. (Radio fans: Joanie also was the voice of "The Story Lady.")
Gary Owens: Where do you start when describing a show business legend? Over a thousand on-camera TV credits. Voice actor on 3,000 animated cartoons. Multiple thousands of radio and TV commercials and promos. One of the true giants of broadcasting.
Thom Sharp: Former Detroit copywriter and stand-up comic who moved to Los Angeles and became a voiceover superstar. His acerbic comments have spiced up dialogue spots for Comp-USA and frozen the little buns off termites. On TV, he has filled Glad Bags with angry bees and killer fish.
Andre Stojka long has been one of Hollywood's busiest voice actors. Tons of national commercials. And TV promos. And film trailers. And narration. And audio books. And, of course, animated films — including the voice of "Owl" in Disney's WINNIE THE POOH series.
The ultimate highlight is the impromptu "cold readings" by panelists at the seminar's conclusion. Simply astonishing.