Jack of all trades, but perhaps master of none. These are the words that have opened my "About" section since day one. I often use that phrase to describe myself, because I like to dabble in just about everything just long enough to be able to say I've done it. Some stuff I stick with. Other stuff, not so much. So it should come as no surprise that something else has caught my attention.
I've always admired voice actors. It made my day to get retweets from Rob Paulsen and Tara Strong of characters they've voiced. I very much enjoyed the documentary "I Know That Voice." And I can always pick out Maurice LaMarche when he's voicing an animated character. It's an art form I've always very much enjoyed, but I don't think I've ever really mentioned that it's always been something I've wanted to do myself. I just never knew how to get into it.
A few weeks ago, Noyce, my BoredWrestlingFan Radio co-host, mentioned on facebook that he had gotten his first ever paying voiceover gig. I congratulated him, and told him that I'd always wanted to do something of that nature. So he pointed me toward Fiverr. I never thought about selling voiceover work, but as I looked into the category on Fiverr, there are a lot of people out there doing voiceover work, and a lot of people buying it. Noyce encouraged me to put up an ad, and after a week of thinking about it, I finally did.
So, ladies and gents, if you want to hire me to read your ad, poem, short story, bedtime story, voice your audiobook, or pretty much anything, you can do it for just five bucks. Check out my ad!