About the Authors

Why settle for a single expert when you can have a team of them?

We’re voice actors.  That’s what we do, all day every day, and we’ve been doing it for years.

Over 90 of them, if you put all our careers together.

The voice over business has been good to us. We are the voices of big brands, top TV shows, big time movie trailers and blockbuster video games. What’s more, we can prove it. Listen to our demos and look us up on IMDb or iSpot.tv and see for yourself.

What Do We Believe?

We believe success in voice over is a team effort. We believe everyone who wants to learn this business or level up within it should be taught by voice actors working at the highest levels of the industry.

We believe in aiming high and being paid what you’re worth. We believe if you’ve got ambition and the right information, you can accomplish anything. We believe the voice over industry changed our lives.

And we believe it can do the same for you.

Chris Agos

Years in the biz: 23
First VO job: Local radio spot for a hospital
The voice behind: Ford, Sprint, Stelara, Rustoleum, Tractor Supply Co
Favorite Microphone: Neumann U-87
Obsesses over: Impending hair loss
Plays a mean game of: ‘Hide the script,” when he’s shooting a TV show

Books By This Author:
The Voice Over Startup Guide: How to Land Your First VO Job

New to VO? Start with this simple, step-by-step guide to becoming a working voice artist. Master the tools and techniques needed to get your first voice over job. Includes dozens of scripts and audio examples.

Voice Over and Voice Acting: Mastering TV Commercials

The ultimate guide to commercial script analysis, an essential VO skill. Deliver reads that just can’t be ignored. 

Recording Your First Voice Over Demo: How to Create Audio to Win Work

Learn how long voice over demos should be, how to arrange scripts and what NOT to do for dynamic demos that don’t scream, “I’m new”.

Robyn Moler

Years in the biz: 20
First VO job: TV spot for a regional furniture chain
The voice behind: Aldi, Special K, Ford, McDonald’s
Favorite Microphone: Neumann TLM 103
Obsesses over: Ridiculous pugs and backyard birds.
Plays a mean game of: Tennis and poker.

Book By This Author:
Girl Talk: How Women Level Up in the Voice Over Industry

A must read for women at all stages of their VO journey. Top female performers share how they navigate the business, and how they’re changing the industry’s culture to empower women and fuel their success.

Thompson Howell

Years in the biz: 33
First VO job: Local radio spot for a midwest technical college.
The voice behind: Fox, ABC, IFC, Disney XD, Aleve PM, Bud Light, Kennmore
Favorite Microphone: Sennheiser MKH 416
Obsesses over: People who don’t use “there,” “their,” and “they’re” correctly.
Plays a mean game of: Creating order out of chaos.

Book By This Author:
Voice Over and Voice Acting: Movie Trailer Mastery

Aiming for the top of the VO pyramid? Learn the techniques established movie trailer pros use to deliver unforgettable trailer copy. Includes dozens of scripts and audio examples.

Bill Lloyd

Years in the biz: 19
First VO job: The closing announcement at Jerry’s Foods. “Please bring your final purchases to the checkout.”
The voice behind: The Lego Movie trailers, Promos for 911, The Resident, A Million Little Things
Favorite Microphone: Sennheiser MKH 416
Obsesses over: Grilling the perfect cheeseburger. Currently at 97% perfection.
Plays a mean game of: Whac-A-Mole. Seriously.

Book By This Author:
Voice Over and Voice Acting: Mastering TV Promos

TV promos are like bulk buys. Voice actors routinely record dozens of scripts at a time. Learn how this relatively hidden but lucrative part of the VO industry works, and how to deliver copy like a pro. Includes dozens of scripts and audio examples.