Succeeding in Voice-Over at Any Age

by Jason McCoy

Updated August 2022

Are the steps to getting started and becoming successful in voice-over universal, no matter your age?

Do they work the same for kids, teens, the younger and not as young?

Is your age an advantage or disadvantage?

Even if you don’t consider yourself young this episode can help you as well…

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  • I am a matured person and getting into voiceover for narration, and my focus is on podcasting. I have a deep voice and want to get feedback in terms of rendering voice to different genre. Any thoughts and suggestions are welcome.

  • I think one of my worst fears as a teen trying to get into voiceover is the investment of time and money. It can be hard to find free time even for teens, and if you do find the time, it can be hard to stay consistent. I think the fear that tops it for me is the money. When you are that young, money can be a hard thing to let go because it is so scarce, especially when it depends on your ability to learn and practice.

    • Yes, it will take time to learn and improve – and the cost of the gear is an investment. The payoff can be amazing! I hope you’re able to make the decision that’s best for you.

  • Charles Clark says:

    hoping to start soon… 56

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