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A SOVAS Conversation with Voice Actor Bob Bergen - He Said What?!
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He's really funny, but he's also dead serious when it comes to what makes a voice actor, successful. This isn't out of some book. It's real life experience in the VO Biz. A guy who knows that you need to want it more than anybody else, be willing to do more than everybody else, get there early, be willing to stay late, and "be nice".
Episode 35: How to become a Voice Actor with Bob BergenHave you ever wondered how to get started in voice acting?Voice Actor, Bob Bergen shares his top tips on the animation voice over industry and how to discover your character’s voice.From Porky the Pig to Star Wars, Bob has voiced a wide variety of memorable characters over his 40 years in the business.By the time you finish listening, you’ll know:How to become a Voice ActorThe key elements to finding your character’s voice Why ‘acting’ is so important in Voice actingIf this episode inspires you then I’d love to hear from you! Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories and tag me @katherine_beck_Then follow me on Instagram to go ‘behind the scenes’ with me and my own journey as an American accent coach and Voiceover Actor.LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Bob Bergen: www.bobbergen.comInstagram @bergen.bobGrab my free voiceover guide here: www.katherinebeck.com/voiceoverReady to take your American accent to the next level?Sign up for my FREE American accent guide here: katherinebeck.com/accent LEARN MORE FROM KATHERINE BECK:WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK | YOUTUBE
Looney Tunes_Guest, Bob Bergen, Voice of Porky Pig
John welcomes guest and dear friend, Bob Bergen, the voice of Porky Pig and many other Looney Tunes and cartoon voices. John and Bob crack up discussing the history of Looney Tunes as Bob does character voices and discusses his breaks along the way to becoming the voice of Porky Pig! Great stories many fans may not know including Casey Kasem, Mel Blanc and lots of behind the scenes Looney Tunes moments. Enjoy! We are on: Subscribe to YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBtpVKzLW389x6_nIVHpQcA?sub_confirmation=1 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thats-classic/id1533742435 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4mye7taOcWtcasDgwQqxnf Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1533742435/thats-classic Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8yZmIxYzZiYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/john-cato
This episode is with Bob Bergen! We talk about having a dream of playing Porky Pig since he was 5, getting to see Mel Blanc work, being a tour guide at Universal, getting help from a squirrel, opening for Kenny Rogers, playing No-Face and SO MUCH MORE!Follow Bob onTwitter: @BobBergenInstagram: @bergen.bobwww.bobbergen.comFollow Brian onTwitter/Instagram: @JediBrianwww.brianballance.com
In this episode, we have coffee with my dear friend Bob Bergen. Bob is the embodiment of a voiceaholic with multiple emmy nominations for his outstanding voiceover work. He’s best known for his roles as Porky Pig, No Face, Bucky the Winter Soldier, and has worked in ADR, Promo, American Animation, and many more. In this episode, we talk about: -How to really audition in voice over. -How to address social media in your career. -Agent submission specifics -Auditions while traveling. -Being the best voice over talent! -Staying euphoric behind the mic. I really hoped you enjoy Bob talk about the joys of auditioning and the sparks he gets in his creation process, as well as how he continues to grow and extend his reaches to stay relevant in this amazing industry. If you’d like to find out more about him, you can visit him at http://bobbergen.com Thank you for listening and I'll see you next time! We also briefly discussed what makes a good VO student when it comes to working with a coach. Here is Bob’s take on it: WHAT MAKES A GOOD VO STUDENT? - A good vo student researches whom to study with by going to vo actors who have the career they want, rather than to those on the same or smaller boat as they. - A good vo student commits 100% while working with a coach. Once the coaching is over, they bank what works and disregard/don't dwell on what did not. Even if the student only gained 10% from the coach, that's 10% they own in their process and career. - A good vo student does not seek shortcuts, be they financial or in regard to time. They want to do this right, not cheap and fast. They wake up every day asking themself, "What more/else can I do to become a better actor?" - A good vo student does not study for a financial return. They study to learn and become great voice actors. Making money at this is a fortunate circumstance. - A good vo student, no matter where they are in their career, even if in the top 1% of earners knows they are never above needing further coaching. - A good vo student does not make excuses. If they cannot afford studying with the best, they get another day/night job and save up until they can. If their goal is to compete with the big boys, then they need to commit to doing whatever it takes to do so. - A good vo student never plays the blame or the victim game. If things do not go their way, they look in the mirror and ask, "Where did I go wrong and what can I do differently the next time?" - A good vo student leaves their day at the door. They do not allow day or life issues to interfere with their availability to work with their coach. - Eventually, a good vo student's technique is a conglomerate of what they took from their various vo and acting coaches over many years. It might be 40% of one, 20% of another, 2% of another, etc. This all adds up to 100% of who they are as a voice actor.
E66: VOICE ACTOR BOB BERGEN D...D...DROPS INTO THE LOUNGE! VOICE OF PORKY PIG!
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W...W...What a fantastic show we had this w...w...week! Voice of Porky Pig (and so many other great voices), Bob Bergen joined the guys in the Lounge! Kicking off the show, Bob talks about the ability to be "unknown" in public even though he is a famous voice, and how that almost changed with a job he took! The guys ask about what it takes to develop a character that is already established compared to one he is asked to "make-up," and Bob has an interesting take! Is he the only person to be Pork Pig, after Mel Blanc passed? The answer might not surprise you, but the nugget he adds to that answer might! Sam asked him about Gremlins and his part in that movie, and again, that answer might surprise you! ALSO, from that question comes a conversation about a very popular entertainment "platform" that normally is looked at as the Gold Standard of reference! Does Bob remember doing all of the gigs he's done in his career? As you can imagine, having done so much, sometimes he needs reminding! How about the directors or producers he's worked with in his career... ever have issues with any of them? He talks about a job that wasn't going in the direction he thought was appropriate, and how that was handled! What a fabulous hangout the guys had with Bob! They want to have him back, and Bob seemed open to that possibility! SO, sit back, relax & g...g...g... #grabalisten, folks!Learn more about Bob at http://bobbergen.com/index.htmFollow him: Bob Bergen (Facebook), @BobBergen (Twitter), @bergen.bob (Instagram)Proud Founding Member of the OddPods Media NetworkShow Promo: Super Media Bros.Ad Promo for Fanatics: go to www.podgo.co/fanatics for 25% of your purchase! (offer good through January 31, 2021)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/500section/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/500section/support
In this episode, Chris interviews veteran TV, film and voice acting veteran James Patrick Stuart! For the full video of this interview, other highlights of The Edgevoice Streamcast, and to see a live stream on Twitch, check out the links below: https://youtu.be/fvLeOdcHhV0 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuUOwR4zXAxjIBy2y0PEIfA/ https://www.twitch.tv/theedgevoice--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christopher-edgerly/support
I think my inner child is freaking out that I interviewed the Multi-talented Bob Bergen! It was so great to connect with him and have just an awesome conversation! He has worked on some of the most iconic roles including Porky Pig, Tweety, Marvin the Martian, Henry Hawk, Sylvester Jr and Speedy Gonzales. Join me on this jam packed adventure of a show! https://bobbergen.com/ If you enjoyed listening, then please subscribe or follow the show. If you could leave a rating and review, that would be fantastic! Soon I'll be putting out a shop for merchandise!