For nearly 40 years, Nancy Cartwright has voiced some of the most iconic animated characters on screen, including everyone’s favorite 10-year-old underachiever. Now the Emmy winner takes you into the recording booth to teach you the art of voice acting. In our first class to feature original animation, you’ll learn how to develop characters, get performance tips, and hear Nancy’s career advice. It’s time to get animated.
Nancy Cartwright is an Emmy and Annie Award-winning actress who has given voice to some of the most beloved and well-known characters in animation history, including Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, and more for The Simpsons; Rufus from Kim Possible; Chuckie from Rugrats; and Mindy from Animaniacs.
In 2012, Nancy received the Don LaFontaine Legacy Award, a special award created to recognize voice talent and its integral role in marketing and promotion within the entertainment industry. Her autobiography, My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy, was a Los Angeles Times bestseller.
This online class includes lessons on:
- Vocal Techniques
- Your Vocal Identity
- Creating Character Voices
- Creating Distinct Characters
- Breaking Down Your Script
- Voice Acting Tips for Recording
- Keeping Your Character’s Voice Consistent
- Performing a Range of Emotions
- The Ultimate Vocal Challenge
- How to Become a Voice Actor: Jump-Starting Your Career
- Taking Your Career to the Next Level
- Lessons From a 10-Year-Old Boy
- Harnessing Your Voice