I came to L.A. to become an on camera actor. I kind of fell into this work, but I’m very grateful I did.
What have you noticed about the voice acting community over the years?
Not sure what you’re asking, but as far as technology goes, we now have pro-tools and beeps, something we didn’t have when I started doing ADR work. Those tools make our work a lot better.
What do you want visitors and locals to know about voice acting that they may not already know?
I think a lot of people think it’s easy, and some of it is, but it’s also a craft plied by very talented actors and can be quite difficult to pull off.
In what scenario would any number of the characters you have voiced over the years be brought together?
At a party in my head.
What’s the craziest thing to happen during a voice acting session?
When I was working on Legend of Korra and I was geeking out on the incredible cast I was working with, and the producers were geeking out that I voiced Batou in Ghost in the Shell.
Describe the voice acting community in 5 words or less
Talented, fun, funny, creative, hard workers.
What social media do you use?
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.com