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1.How do I get in contact for representation?
For VO Rep:
Please note that you will need to include your voice reels to your email or we won’t be able to consider you for representation.
For Acting Rep:
Please note that you will need to include your acting reels or your Spotlight profile, or we won’t be able to consider you for representation.
Unfortunately, due to the large quantity of submissions we receive, we cannot personally respond to every applicant. All submissions are given thorough consideration and we will contact you if we wish to arrange a meeting.
2.Do I need to have a home studio for voiceover work?
No, you do not, nor have we ever required our Artists to have a home studio. However this has been something a number of our artists have acquired over the years which has certainly helped, especially for those quick-turnaround bookings.
3.Are your voiceover artists home studios vetted?
Yes, all of our home studios have been vetted by a professional engineer and we will not add this information to your page if you do not reach our minimum standard.
4.Do you represent children?
Yes we do represent children. We do require all child voiceovers and actors to have a valid license to work.
5.How long does it take to get my first job after gaining representation?
It is important for you to understand the voice over industry and thus the trends which are in a constant state of flux. We would not be able to tell you how long it would take for you to secure a job, as this is determined by what the client wants and is looking for.
6.Do I need to have social media or personal websites?
Marketing yourself via social media or personal websites is a huge plus, although as Agents we do all we can to find and secure your work, you also need to be doing your part by marketing yourself and searching for opportunities, updating your reels and being an active member of the voice over, acting and/or presenting community is extremely important.