Should you start voice acting at a younger age or is it one of those things where you can learn at any age?

9 months ago 4


  1. Cogito
    Best Answer

    Voice acting is just acting.
    You'd need the same years of good-quality training and stage experience as any other actor. When you start that training doesn't matter at all.

    Almost all voice-work goes to fully-trained and very experienced actors - they do the occasional bit of voice-acting just to earn a little extra money in between ordinary acting roles.

    I mean - think about it. You have a role to fill in a cartoon or commercial or whatever - who do you choose to audition - a kid with no experience or a professional actor with a fantastic résumé showing years at drama school and loads of stage and film experience?

  2. Katrina E.

    As others have said - it's voice ACTING. You can start acting at any age. And a voice acting career is like "regular" acting career except that it's more competitive and more dependent on who you know.

  3. Empty

    You start by training at an accredited drama school. Voice acting is acting. Acting requires training, and as a job it involves all aspects of acting, not just voice work.

  4. Kittysue

    Nobody is just a voice actor. The people who are voice actors are actors. They just do voice work as one type of acting. But if you look up the names of most voices on cartoons or video games, the same actors also act on stage and screen

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