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Elaine Clark
Voice One offers the following instructors:  

Elaine Clark
Bob Bergen
Ed Bogas
Brian Burge
Sally Clawson
Gregg Cohen
John Crane
Jenny Debevec
Bill Farmer
Dave Fennoy
Kathy Garver
Desiree Goyette
Marvin Greene
Harlan Hogan
Johnny Heller
Jeff Howell


Doug Honorof
Sarah Kliban
Lotta-Fun
David Menashe
Cristina Milizia
Michael O'Brien
Darragh O'Farrell
Everett Oliver
Eugene O'Reilly
Ian Price
Scott Ragle
Steve Reisberg
David Rosenthal
Amy Rubinate
Mary Lynn Wissner
Bob Wood

 
 
 
Elaine Clark
   
Elaine Clark is an award-winning actor, director, producer certified teacher and the author of the quintessential voice-over book, There's Money Where Your Mouth Is, and the owner/ founder of Voice One.
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Bob Bergen
   
Bob Bergen has voiced hundreds of cartoons and video games. He’s the current Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, Marvin the Martian, Henry Haawk, Sylvester Jr. and Speedy Gonzales.    
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Ed Bogas
   
Ed Bogas has spent most of his career relating music to words. His body of work includes hundreds of commercials, the music for the "Garfield" and "Peanuts" cartoon series (with Desiree Goyette) and a BMI listing of over a thousand songs.    
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Brian Burge
   
Brian Burge is the audio talent director at a large talent agency. Prior to that, he was the audio director at The Learning Company. He has a passion for helping actors grow in their craft through intuitive direction and technical mentoring.    
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Sally Clawson
   
Sally Clawson Voice One alum who works steadily in voice over, stage and screen. Voice over clients include: Yoplait, Target, Apple, Google, McDonalds, EA Games, Telltale Games, and LucasFilm. She offers lively, invigorating, and purposeful classes.    
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Gregg Cohen
   
Gregg Cohen is a casting director for commercial, industrial, and print and runs camera for other casting directors. She understands the client's POV and shares these on-camera auditioning techniques with her students.    
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John Crane
   
John Crane heads up John Crane Films, a full service production company. He studied rhetoric at CAL and has been writing, directing, and producing award winning commercials for over 20 years.    
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Jenny Debevec
   
Jenny Debevec trained at Voice One, is a teaching artist and consultant. Along with voice over and on camera work, the lead singer of a band, she is the voice of Lucky the Fox in one of the first Oculus games.    
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Bill Farmer
   
Bill Farmer is a voice actor, comedian, and the first voice actor to receive the prestigious Friz Freleng Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Animation. Named a Disney Legend, he has been the voice of Goofy since 1986, as well as Pluto and Horace Horsecollar.    
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Dave Fennoy
   
Dave Fennoy has been a preeminent voice working in Los Angeles since 1990. He is one of the most versatile voices in the industry providing voices for Commercials, Narrations, TV Promos, Award Shows, Animation and Games.    
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Kathy Garver
   
Kathy is best known as "Cissy" from the CBS TV series, Family Affair. An experienced actor in many areas of the business, she shares her knowledge of voicing toys, narrating books, and ADR/looping.    
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Desiree Goyette
   
Desiree Goyette, a two time Grammy nominee, has enjoyed a singing and voice-over career for over 20 years. Her list of character voice credits include: Betty Boop, Barbie, Nermal (Garfield's nemesis), Petunia Pig, Honey Bunny and numerous others for radio, television and toys.    
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Marvin Greene
   
Marvin Greene has been performing as an actor and musician in the Bay Area since 1987, having worked extensively in theatre, VO, TV, and commercials. For the past 20 years, he's taught acting at A.C.T., Berkeley Rep. and other schools    
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Harlan Hogan
   
Harlan Hogan, based in Chicago, is the author of Tales and Techniques of a Voice-Over Actor and The Voice Actor’s Guide to Recording at Home and on the Road. Over the last 30 years he's voiced some very famous slogans: "Kills bugs fast, kills bugs dead" and "The cereal even Mikey loves."    
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Johnny Heller
   
Johnny Heller has narrated over 600 titles, was named one of the top 50 narrators of the 20th Century, winner of over 20 Earphone Awards, Best Voice Award, Editor's Choice Award, and multiple Audie Awards and nominations.    
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Jeff Howell
   
Jeff Howell is a voice actor with experience on multiple sides of the business: talent agent at Abrams- Rubaloff & Lawrence, casting director/radio producer at Bert Berdis & Company, and the current VP of Production at World Wide Wadio.    
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Doug Honorof
   
Doug Honorof designs dialects, accents and character voices for stage, screen and VO. As a voice and speech trainer, he has lectured at top institutes including Yale School of Drama and Tisch/NYU and coached many top Broadway and Hollywood stars.    
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Sarah Kliban
   
Sarah Kliban is a San Francisco casting director for feature films, television, and voice-over. As an actor, she has extensive experience performing on stage and in films...locally and in other countries.    
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Lotta-Fun
   
Lotto-Fun has a wide range of voice-over directing and casting experience. He was a Producer and casting director on eight Studio Ghibli titles, including Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar™ nominated theatrical release of Howl’s Moving Castle. Other notable accomplishments include casting Liam Neeson as the voice of Aslan for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, and Prince Caspian. Lotto-Fun has also cast and directed numerous voice-over projects and ADR sessions for the Walt Disney Company, Pixar and SquareEnix.    
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David Menashe    
David Menashe is an actor with a strong background in marketing and technology. He keeps abreast of new and creative ways to reach potential customers (directors, producers and casting agents) and shares these skills in his classes.    
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Cristina Milizia
   
a voice talent for over 25 years specializing in character voices for toys and games, has recorded and cast voices for hundreds of toys for companies including Disney, Fisher Price, Mattel, and Hasbro. She's currently voicing Darcy in Nickelodeon's "Bunsen is a Beast"    
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Michael O'Brien
   
Michael O'Brien is a busy voice-over actor, having voiced Delta Dental, Chevron, Chili's, and Nynex ads. He's also a writer, on-camera performer, and improviser in the Theatre of the Deranged.    
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Darragh O'Farrell
   
Darragh O'Farrell spent 18 years at Lucas Arts and is credited as Voice Director or Voice Producer on 19 Star Wars games as well as many other video games. He is currently freelancing and working on many projects.    
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Everett Oliver
   
Everett Oliver is a veteran in the voice-over industry, including animation production for The Simpsons and King of the Hill, Booth Director at AVO Talent Agency, and talent liaison at his company Toonvoice. LA-based, he uses his industry connections to help actors make it in Hollywood.    
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Eugene O'Reilly
   
Eugene O'Reilly is a Nationally Certified and California Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with over 30 years experience and a private practice specializing in Pronouncing American English and Voice Enhancement for Professionals.    
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Ian Price
   
Ian Price combines running a successful graphic design and branding practice in London and San Francisco with a career as a voice-over and on-camera actor.    
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Scott Ragle
   
Scott Ragle is a veteran Bay Area actor, having worked in stage, film, television, print and web. He has a strong passion for technology and spent over a decade with Apple as a software trainer and teacher. Scott is excited to share his tips on how actors can use social media as a marketing tool.    
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Steve Reisberg
   
Steve Reisberg has directed and coached thousands of VO sessions. His clients include the very top talent in L.A. and many A-list celebreties including the late, great "King of Voice-overs" Don LaFontaine. For ten years he was the VO Audition Director for TGMDTalent where he helped actors book voice-over jobs.    
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David Rosenthal
   
has made his living behind the mic and in front of the camera for over 20 years, and has helped many people get their start or further their careers in the industry.    
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Amy Rubinate
   
Amy Rubinate has narrated over 250 audiobooks, is the founder of Ideal Audiobooks, and is an award-winning narrator, producer and director. She is also a cabaret singer, stage and voiceover actor, scriptwriter, puppeteer and associate producer for children's television, voiced hundreds of interactive toys and video games, and cast interactive projects.    
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Mary Lynn Wissner
   
As owner & Voice Casting Director at Voices Voicecasting, since 1990, Mary Lynn has cast thousands of voices for tv, radio, animation, adr, interactive, promo, trailers, audiobooks. . . Including History, Nickelodeon, Disney, HGTV, Sony Playstation, Nike, Hallmark Channel, and DreamWorks..    
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Bob Wood
   
Bob Wood has narrated hundreds of corporate industrials and infomercials, and appeared on-camera and presented at trade shows. He portrayed the leading prosecuting attorney in the “Michael Jackson Trial Reenactment” and Captain Jason Dahl in Discovery Channel’s “The Flight That Fought Back."    
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