S3-E2 International VO acting director, Everett Oliver
Talk n' Voice Overs
On today’s episode of “ Talk N’ Voice Overs Season 3 episode # 2, Rick & Wes have a conversation with the incredible Everett Oliver...a 25- year veteran of the voice over industry! He specializes in professionally directing voice actors for voice over auditions. When it’s an important audition, you want Everett Oliver in your corner! His focus is on animation, and commercial V.O. direction. Everett is a private V.O. coach and a career building consultant as well. He has been described as a “a straight talking creative Wizard who helps voice actors find their niche and build a sustainable VO career!" Everett is an international voice over director...working with clients all over the world. His proven ability to connect Voice Actors with buyers, as well as an intuitive and honest assessment of a Voice Actor's talents and strengths is truly remarkable.
He might make you cry, but Everett Oliver is always going to always keep it real in order to get the best performance out of you as a voice actor. Getting to the heart and soul of every voice over artist, this BRILLIANT bicoastal VO acting director is going to give it to you straight and talk about what you HAVE TO DO, in order to become a SUCCESSFUL actor in the voiceover world.
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My chat with Everett Oliver went on a bit too long for one Podcast so we made it into 2 ! this half is more fun and we chat about all sorts to do with the wonderful world of voiceovers and this guy knows his stuff. Please share and subscribe and check out my other podcasts . thanks for listening--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
I talk to Voice Director from LA, Everett Oliver Part 1 or 2 ( Men In Black, The Simpsons, King Of The Hill, Jackie Chan Adventures ....)
Want To Be a Voiceover ?
This guy is amazing ! very lucky to talk to him. from Men In Black to The Simpsons he has directed them all !! this is part one of two, please listen to the end when he didn't know he was being recorded ! he loves English words ha ha. Enjoy !! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
08- The Voiceover Family Podcast - Interview - Everett Oliver
The Voiceover Family Podcast
This week, Mike gets authentic with booth director extraordinaire Everett Oliver (his credits include animation production on The Simpsons and King of the Hill to name a few). They talk about how in-person networking is everything (sorry, millenials!), how to truly stand out in an audition, and the value of having a strong acting foundation and a list of real, authentic characters at the ready.
One of LA’s most respected and sought after voiceover coaches. A former booth director for the AVO talent agency, he has have worked for such high-profile animated series as Men in Black, Jackie Chan Adventures, The Simpsons, and King of the Hill, among many others. His name is Everett Oliver and he is sharing all of the behind the scene stories that we all want to know about his journey to coaching Voice Over Talents and Actors alike. Be sure to follow him on social media @myboothdirector and land on his website below: https://www.myboothdirector.com/
Episode 48 - Creating Characters with Everett Oliver
VO School Podcast
To get started in voiceover: https://www.VOSchoolLaunch.comVOcation Conference: https://www.VOcationConference.comThis week on the VO School Podcast we are looking at the process a voice actor goes through when building a character for animation and video games. Helping us to examine this subject is voice director and coach, Everett Oliver.Everett is one of LA’s most respected and sought after voiceover coaches. A former booth director for the AVO talent agency, he’s worked for such high-profile animated series as Men in Black, Jackie Chan Adventures, The Simpsons, and King of the Hill, among many others.What factors go into the character building process? How does the actor stay in-character at all times. How can you use your friends and family in the crafting process, and how does the actor collaborate with the writer and producer when forming new characters in the studio?We also discuss some of the common mistakes actors make, and how to cope when you have to create a new voice on the spot!
Everett Oliver, one of the most sought after experts in the voiceover industry, has some fun with us about coaching. From Los Angeles, he offers virtual professional direction for voiceover auditions through his company, My Booth Director. He's worked in voice-over casting for award winning animated shows like Godzilla, Men In Black, Jackie Chan Adventures. His client list includes ABC, SyFy, Disney, Columbia Tristar, WB and more. We talk animation audition prep, knowing how auditions should vary according to region, and decising when to move on to a new coach. I leave a few Chocolate Drops; key take-aways from this episode. Don’t leave until you get motivated with weekly Flyin’ Skills from BGVW Content Contributor Andrea Daniel. Visit bgvwpod.com to learn More about the Mind Ya Business series on the Black Girl Voiceover World podcast.Sponsored by Voiceoverview.comEverett Oliver : myboothdirector.com instagram.com/myboothdirector twitter.com/myboothdirector