This was so much fun!! I ACTUALLY told casting director Jason Henkel and sound engineer Paul McGrath that if they ever were in the market for a small pigeon from Central Park … they knew where to find me. HA!
Will I ever be cast as a Disney princess? Not unless they make one where the shining star comes from Queens. HEY! I know my limits. And I accept them with all my heart. Pigeon I can do!!!!
So, when I was asked to jump in a Disney recording booth at Disney Toon Studios and take over one of Dipper’s scene in Planes: Fire and Rescue, I just rolled with it and had so much FUN!
Here’s the actual scene.
Now – here’s the secret with voice over work. You don’t necessarily have to shoot it straight through. Meaning an actor can work on one sentence for a while and then pop on over to the beginning of the page and then back down to the end. It’s the sound engineer’s job to make it all work. And BOY did Paul have his hands full with us!! LOL
So, what do you think? How did I do?
* Disney flew me out to LA to attend this press event.
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