• Tawny Platis

Top 30 Voice Over Pros You Should Be Following: 2021 Edition

Updated: Dec 30, 2020

When you're new, it can be tough to find the information amongst all the noise. You may be wondering, "Who do I listen to? Who's legit? How do I know this person isn't just trying to take my money?" Or maybe you've been working in voice-over for a couple of years now and you're asking yourself, "Who can help me develop my niche and specialty genres at the intermediate and advanced levels?"

These are all things I can help with!

In what's become an annual tradition, I've compiled a list of some of my favorite vo pros you should be following in the new year. These are the folks who know what they're doing, give out consistently great information, and are excellent to work with.

That being said, this is not an all-inclusive list. These are just the pros I've either been following or working with for the past several years who have proven to be knowledgeable and ethical in my experience... so I'm positive I've missed some great recommendations! If you think there's anyone I should have included, let me know in the comments below.

Top Vo Pros To Follow In 2021

  1. Paul Strikwerda

  2. GVAA

  3. J. Michael Collins

  4. Anne Ganguzza

  5. Racheal Naylor/The Voice Over Network

  6. Sophia Cruz

  7. VO Buzz Weekly

  8. Amanda Rose Smith

  9. Rodney Saulsberry

  10. Sean Daeley

  11. Mike Lenz

  12. Jordan Reynolds

  13. Emmett Andrews

  14. George Whittam & Dan Lenard

  15. Bev Standing

  16. Larry Hudson

  17. Dan Friedman

  18. Randy Thomas

  19. Celia Siegel

  20. Carrie Olsen

  21. Stefan Johnson

  22. Marc Scott

  23. Marc Cashman

  24. Brent Allen Hagel

  25. Cliff Zellman

  26. Eric Romanowski

  27. Rachael Messer

  28. Sean Pratt

  29. Nicola Redman

  30. Amy Chapman

Who I Missed

Roy Yokelson, Jodi Krangle, Everett Oliver, Thom Pinto, Dave Walsh, David Rosenthal

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