Build That Utility Belt
We all want to book that amazing lead role in a video game, but being a utility player often means more characters and more sessions (which means more money). If you show directors and devs that you have range and can get through the work quickly, it can mean a lot of ongoing work for you. But in order to do that, you have to build up that utility belt. You never know what you'll be thrown in the booth - multiple characters that need to all sound different, accents, creatures, improv, and often lots of callouts and efforts. You need to be prepared and quick on your feet. In this class, Linsay Rousseau will teach you some of the skills necessary to nail these types of sessions and protect your vocal health.
Linsay Rousseau is an award winning actor best known as Elita-1 in the Transformers: War for Cybertron trilogy on Netflix and her extensive video game work. She's played numerous NPS in AAA games such as God of War: Ragnarok, Spider-Man 2, Call of Duty Modern Warfare III, DEATHLOOP, Starfield, World of Warcraft and Fallout 76. If you play video games you've probably killed her. She's also an Army Iraq War combat veteran with over 20 years of theatre and musical theatre experience. www.linsayrousseau.com