Growing up with my dad doing Stand Up comedy
I really looked up to him and always got the biggest kick out of
hearing his impressions. He was funny (still is) and made me laugh
and I wanted to do that for other people more than anything.
I’ve been stretching my voice for entertainment since I was nine
years old trying to create fake interview shows with fake guests
on my first handheld voice recorder. It was one of those Talkboy
Home Alone recorders, if you can remember those…
My need to use my voice to entertain people was what led me into every Drama class (several of which were more like improv classes) of every school year I attended and its what drives me now into Voice Acting.