There’s a reason why we put voice talent in a ‘booth’. Air-tight, locked up and lock away. It’s because they might bust out.
Good voices bring secret explosive devices to any session and the busting, the exploding, given half a chance could happen at any moment. Just because you audio engineers are sitting behind a large audio desk, don’t think you’re protected from the blast that’s coming .
The dynamite Deidre Rubenstein brings is talent. She’s hair-trigger ready. Ready to unleash some comedy bomb that you never knew lay in waiting in the script. Listen again to her demo and just when the sentence is done and the idea might all be over, Deidre is still locked and loaded giving a zap, kapow and zoing, milking every last moment.
She’s one of those voices you’ve been looking for to carry the comedy weights, nail the accented delivery, be the character you invented but only she can share and care for.
Miss R. is already an accomplished actor of many years. Every square inch a performer. But there’s a new beginning to be enjoyed with her work in audio. And despite her acting credentials, combined with your long hours, the highest praise you’ll have of your project will be someone asking “who is that woman”?
Your secret weapon is ready.