Mike interviews Voice Actor and Voice-Over Strategist Tom Dheere. As a voice talentwith over eighteen years of experience, Tom has narrated thousands of projects for clients in a dozen countries for just about every type of project you can think of.
He narrates other stuff, too. Stuff like Audiobooks, Commercials, Medical Narrations, E-Learning projects, Industrials, Video Games, Animation, Apps, and much, much more.His specialty is narrating ‘Explainer Videos’ a.k.a. ‘Whiteboard Videos.'
Tom is also a voiceover business consultant. He helps you figure out what’s preventing you from getting to the next level as a voice talent “behind the scenes”. He's worked with voice talents of all experience levels to develop their business plans, time management skills, and much more.
Tom shares the story of his journey into the world of voice acting and also discusses the business side of voice-overs and offers concrete advice for aspiring voice actors.
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Join Mike as he interviews voice-over legend Harlan Hogan. As Harlan's website says, over the years some very famous slogans have entered your ears via Harlan Hogan's voice.
From Raids' "Kills bugs fast, Kills bugs dead" and Head & Shoulders' "That little itch should be telling you something" to the iconic, "It's the cereal even Mikey Likes".
Today, Harlan's voice is still bringing us memorable slogans like, "How's that for trendy?" for Ford 150 trucks, "It's not home - but it's close" for Cracker Barrel and reminding PBS viewers day in and day out that, "This program was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you"
Mike Lenz is an entrepreneur, professional voice actor, audiobook narrator, author, podcast host, husband and father. Join Mike each week as he shares stories from some of the most amazing and inspiring people from all areas of the voice-over industry, as well as other incredible entrepreneurs, to help you achieve your dream of becoming a professional voice actor. For more information on this and other episodes, head on over to the web at mikelenzvoice.com