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Want to make it as a Voice-Over Actor?


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Nancy will be delivering a Voice-Over Acting seminar on March 29th at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International in Hollywood.

“How To Make It in the Voice-Over Industry” will give you useful tips and know-how as an aspiring actor. Find out the basics and the professional view of what it takes to establish and maintain a career in Voice-Over Acting.

Celebrity Centre is located at 5930 Franklin Ave., Hollywood, CA at the corner of Bronson and Franklin.

The event begins at 7:30 PM on Wednesday March 29th. Admission is $17.00. Parking is Free, enter on Bronson. For reservations: (323) 960-3100.

Nancy Speaks at the Annies

Nancy had the honor of attending the prestigious 33rd Annual Annie Awards, animation’s biggest night.

She spoke on behalf of the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive, a project aimed to create an animation archive, museum and library for animation buffs and regular folks alike. The ultimate goal is to preserve the art of animation for the enjoyment of future generations.

The event was held at the gorgeous Alex Theatre in Glendale, California on February 4th. It was hosted by none other than the now-infamous Tom Kenny (the voice of Spongebob Squarepants) and saw Wallace and Grommit walk away with 10 Annies, sweeping the 10 categories in which it was nominated. Congrats to them and all other winners and nominees.

Simpsons Cruisin’!

America’s favorite spiky-headed, yellow-faced, trouble-making, skateboarding ten-year-old is back. Fox announced last week that it is picking up two more seasons of the animation juggernaut The Simpsons, extending its amazing run to 19 seasons.

The two upcoming seasons will help to extend The Simpsons lead as the longest running comedy series of all time. It also leaves the show poised to close in on the top-slot for most episodes to air for a comedy series. Watch out Ozzie & Harriet, here we come!


 
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Nancy Headed Back to Australia

Following the success of her first trip down under, Nancy will be making another run through the Island Continent, giving nine performances of her One Woman Show “My Life as a 10-Year-Old-Boy” in three weeks.

The tour dates and ticket information are as follows:

  • Thursday, May 4th in Sydney at the State Theatre
    -Ticketmaster 1300 136 166 or www.ticketmaster.com.au
     
  • Tuesday, May 9th in Brisbane at the Brisbane Concert Hall
    -QTIX 136 246 or www.qtix.com.au
     
  • Wednesday, May 10th in Gold Coast at the Gold Coast Arts Centre
    -Box Office at (07) 5588 4000
     
  • Saturday, May 13th in Melbourne at Hamer Hall
    -Ticketmaster 1300 136 166 or www.ticketmaster.com.au
     
  • Tuesday, May 16th in Adelaide at Her Majesty’s Theatre
    -BASS 131 246 or www.bass.net.au
     
  • Thursday, May 18th in Auckland at the Civic Theatre
    -Ticketek (09) 307 5000 or www.ticketek.co.nz


Nancy Addresses Annual Leadership Conference for Girls

On March 11th, Nancy traveled to Englewood, Colorado, to deliver the keynote speech at St. Mary’s Academy’s fifth annual leadership conference for girls.

The conference addressed girls grades 7-12 who are starting to look toward their futures.

Of all the speaking engagements that Nancy participates in, this type is her absolute favorite, and the people at St. Mary’s were wonderful to work with.

Nancy addressed 200 girls and their parents about her own experience and career path, one that began back when she was their age and continues evolving to this day.

As an added bonus, Nancy discovered that an “old friend” she met in her teens at WING radio was in the area. Anne Schwebel (now Diamond), the woman from Warner Bros. who gave Nancy her first “break” by providing contact information to voice acting legend Daws Butler, lived right there in Englewood!

Nancy was thrilled to have the opportunity to invite Anne and her daughter Emily to the conference, where she finally got the chance to publicly acknowledge her for being true to her word, and writing with some solid advice to a girl in Ohio who had dreams of some day voice acting in Hollywood.

 


 
     
     

 

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