When approaching talent agencies, keep the following things in mind:

  • Talent agent rosters are often full. Find a way to fill a niche they need.

  • Voices that are relevant in today’s marketplace have a better shot at getting an agent.

  • Be sure you are prepared and ready when you approach talent agencies.

Ready. Aim. Fire.

Get Ready
Provide a past client list.
Produce demos.
Do coaching.
Hone your craft.

Aim
Do your research.
Choose talent agencies that work in genres where you shine.

Fire
Send your demos and materials.
Include WHY you are a fit for each SPECIFIC talent agency.

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contact: rachel@bigbitestudio.com

Voice Over Expert Rachel Alena

Thanks for reading this. I hope it was helpful!

I’m a national voice talent who brings over 25 years of experience in voice acting to my clients and students. I’ve been a voice over coach for more than 9 years for private students, talent agencies and universities. I’ve also worked as a talent agent.

My voice has been heard on thousands of narrations for clients such as Disney, Microsoft, The Rockefeller Foundation, Goldman Sachs, Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Schnucks and Alliance Residential.

As an expert in genres such as Commercial, eLearning, Animation, Audiobooks and more, I have a broad understanding of the voice over world as well as the business of voice acting.

Providing private voice over training for voice acting students and corporate communicators around the world. I’m also an expert for Voices.com .

Feel free to reach out to me directly regarding voice acting or voice talent coaching! I can’t wait to chat with you.

“A dream is a dream until you take action. Start somewhere, no matter how small.”

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