San Diego Comic-Con International 2022 -- Panel: The Business of Cartoon Voices:
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Description of Pictures: The Business of Cartoon Voices
This is Mark Evanier’s annual panel on how to break into the world of voice-over and how to avoid those who would charge you large amounts without helping you much, if at all. Joining Mark will be two of the workingest actors in the field, Alicyn Packard and Gregg Berger, along with agent Sam Frishman, who’s with one of the top agencies in the field, Cunningham, Escott, Doherty and Selvin. Here’s a chance to learn the basics of the business . . . and it’s absolutely free!
Panel: Gregg Berger, Sam Frishman, Mark Evanier, and Alicyn Packard.
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2022 photos: Here's hoping we've finally learned something from the Trump and COVID-19 pandemics. I continue to use my Fuji XS-1 cameras for most things (and a Nikon D7000 for receptions and a Nokia 5.3 for variety) but the camera, which came out a decade ago, is no longer repairable so when the last of my four XS-1s break, I'll have to figure out a comparable camera to use instead.
This website had its 20th anniversary in August, 2022.
Trips this year:
(February) a visit to see Dad and Dixie in Asheville, NC with some other members of my family, and
(July) a trip out west for the return of San Diego Comic-Con.
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