Voiceover Workshop With Abbe Holmes

25 Oct 2012
07:00:00 -  09:00:00
The registration period is from 16 Oct 2012 09:00:00 to 25 Oct 2012 22:00:00

Event description:

Abbe Holmes is a voiceover artist from Melbourne and a member of Equity’s National Performers Committee. Abbe will be in Hobart to host a voiceover workshop for Tasmanian Equity members. In this two hour workshop, Abbe will give you scripts to work on and will listen and assist with your technique together with giving advice about how to get into the voiceover industry. Abbe will also talk about working as a voice over artist, how you make a demo and get cast. You'll also work with broadcast quality scripts, to learn about the different styles of scripts and how to approach them.  

Abbe Holmes - Bio

Abbe Holmes Biography. Abbe has worked solidly as a voiceover artist for over 25 years, and has recorded almost everything over that time.  She is the regular voice for Spotlight Stores, Garnier and the NAB phone banking service. She narrates corporate CD’s and DVD’s and documentaries and in 2010 narrated ‘Enlightened’ about the life of The Dalai Lama and Princess Diana’s ‘Everlasting’.

Since the 1980’s she has worked extensively in animation with Principal Cast roles in ‘The Greatest Tune on Earth’ and ‘Lil Horrors’.  She was the voice of ‘Plasmo’, and has had guest roles in ‘The Silver Brumby’, ‘Ocean Girl’ and ‘Dogstar’

Her acting work has included roles in Principal Cast for ‘Law Of The Land’ and the US TV Series ‘Ponderosa’ shot in Victoria.  Her many Guest roles include appearances in ‘Satisfaction’, ‘Blue Heelers’, ‘Phoenix’, ‘State Coroner’, The Man From Snowy River’ and ‘Round The Twist’.  In 2010 she performed the lead in Christine Croydon’s ‘Love Your Poison’ at The Carlton Courthouse Theatre and the role of the very demented ‘Mother’ in Mark White’s vampire film, ‘The Caretaker’ and in 2011 has had guest roles in the ABC's 'Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries' and 'Laid 11'.

She has been involved with Equity since the 1980’s, mostly in the area of voiceover where she’s worked with Equity to set rates and conditions in the voiceover industry.  She was on Branch Council in Victoria from 1999 to 2007, serving as President from 2005-2007 and is currently a member of the National Performers Committee.

Abbe also coaches voiceover technique and can be contacted through her website http://voiceovercoach.com.au or on 0419 200 969.  



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