Amy Fisher Voiceovers

Amy Fisher Voiceovers Amy Fisher - At Home Behind a Mic - deep, rich tones delivered with versatility, believability and character. Amy continues to fine tune her skills at every opportunity to maintain the confidence that her clients are getting the best value for their investment.

Amy delivers with talent, integrity and a fantastic work ethic. Training includes: *Finding your Fantasy Voice with Andrea Toyias director at Blizzard Entertainment *Video Game Efforts and Orks: Marc Graue and Andrea Toyias *'Using Your Voice for Success' intensive with Cedering Fox, voice of the Oscars and artistic director of WordTheatre® *ongoing mentoring from Emmy winner and voice of 'Naruto' Maile Flanagan *Narration for Audio Books with Patrick Fraley and Scott Brick with demo production. *Master Immersion with Vanessa Gilbert, Joan Baker and Rudy Gaskins *Corporate Narration workshop with Tim Keenan of Creative Media *Auditioning for TV and Film with Jack Plotnick *Commercial VO with Beth Chaplin *Character Process and Shakespeare Workshop with Julia Carey *Clowning with Christopher Bayes *Comedy Improvisation company member of Theatresports NY (now Freestyle Rep) with Laura Livingston and Michael Durkin *Improv for the Actor at Michael Howard Studio N.Y. with Gloria Maddox *Acting with Gloria Maddox and Terry Schreiber and Body Dynamics with Carol Reynolds at Terry Schreiber Studio N.Y. *Meisner Technique at The Acting Studio N.Y. with James Price *Acting-Movement-Dance at Herbert Berghof Studio N.Y. *Singing and Guitar at Paul Simon's The Guitar Study Center N.Y.

Amy delivers with talent, integrity and a fantastic work ethic. Training includes: *Finding your Fantasy Voice with Andrea Toyias director at Blizzard Entertainment *Video Game Efforts and Orks: Marc Graue and Andrea Toyias *'Using Your Voice for Success' intensive with Cedering Fox, voice of the Oscars and artistic director of WordTheatre® *ongoing mentoring from Emmy winner and voice of 'Naruto' Maile Flanagan *Narration for Audio Books with Patrick Fraley and Scott Brick with demo production. *Master Immersion with Vanessa Gilbert, Joan Baker and Rudy Gaskins *Corporate Narration workshop with Tim Keenan of Creative Media *Auditioning for TV and Film with Jack Plotnick *Commercial VO with Beth Chaplin *Character Process and Shakespeare Workshop with Julia Carey *Clowning with Christopher Bayes *Comedy Improvisation company member of Theatresports NY (now Freestyle Rep) with Laura Livingston and Michael Durkin *Improv for the Actor at Michael Howard Studio N.Y. with Gloria Maddox *Acting with Gloria Maddox and Terry Schreiber and Body Dynamics with Carol Reynolds at Terry Schreiber Studio N.Y. *Meisner Technique at The Acting Studio N.Y. with James Price *Acting-Movement-Dance at Herbert Berghof Studio N.Y. *Singing and Guitar at Paul Simon's The Guitar Study Center N.Y.

Operating as usual

11/18/2020
City Bonfires

inside s’mores

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11/05/2020
Trumpty Dumpty Wanted A Crown || A poem by John Lithgow

had fun collaborating on hitrecord with joe and john lithgow!

The HITRECORD community made this short film based on John Lithgow's poem "Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown." Everything you see in this short film was contribu...

11/03/2020
Rob Shapiro's Mouth

Thanks Rob!

As an isolated, lonely kid, I essentially moved into my imagination, which, for whatever reason, was fired most intensely in the compelling, human-sized mythology of America’s birth.

I lost myself for hours in books, stories, biographies, all the drama, the wisdom, the mistakes, the gentle humor, the infidelities and incomprehensible cruelties. Like all young, simple minds, I fetishized the symbols — muskets, tri-cornered hats, early flags, quills. I lived in New England and would wander in the woods behind my house, looking for artifacts, ruins.

I imagined meeting the president, and making him laugh (I daydreamed the headline in the New York Times “Young Boy Makes President Laugh” while walking up the street to go play at a neighbor’s house. I was 7, so go easy... Also, I actually achieved that particular dream, albeit absent the fawning news coverage).

I peppered my grandparents with questions about their arrivals here, their young life in America. The stories were magnetic, magical and tactile to me. I could see them, feel them. Watching grown men weep at the sight of the Statue of Liberty coming into view, the long, terrible journey over and opportunity ahead. Getting busted knocking over outhouses on Halloween. My Aunt Betty teaching Bess Truman to sew.

I read and re-read the incredible arguments and stories of John Adams during the 2nd Continental Congress, how he pestered, badgered, and annoyed everyone to demand independence from the crown, on legal, moral, and enlightenment grounds. I was absolutely transfixed. He was my great hero as a 6 year old (he remains so today).

In high school, after grandma died, my grandpa came to visit, and I arranged for him to speak to my history class, then studying the immigrant experience; well, let’s have one of the real ones come and testify!

I thought he’d tell my classmates about his young life in pre-electric America, in his soft, oddly formal cadences, and through a nasal, long lost New Jersey country accent.

To my great surprise, no, that’s not what he did. He told a little of it, but quickly moved off of the past and nostalgia; the bulk of his focus and message to us kids was squarely, and excitedly, on the future.

And that’s when the penny dropped; I realized that THAT *is* the pull of America, its fantastical promise: a future. A better day lays ahead that hard work, civic-mindedness, charity, decency, affection and a few laughs along the way will manifest, and a genuine excitement to get there.

He saw everything from the armistice of WWI celebrated for three straight days in Time Square, women gain the right to vote, the Klan hold rallies in the empty lot adjacent to the store where the family worked and lived, to the civil rights movement. And through it all, he never lost his unshakable love of his adopted home, nor his surety that ever better lay just ahead.

Last night, I lay next to my snoozing wife in our bed, my glasses on the goofy nose holder on the nightstand, serenaded by soft music coming from our kindergartener’s room — Chopin, Miles, Beach Boys, all to remind her while she sleeps of little, sparkling magic always at work in the world. And I was so deeply grateful for all of it, yet absolutely ripped up at news of MAGA hatters running people off the road, threatening voters, spewing racist nonsense, etc., and their awful leaders and sycophantic followers cheering all this ugliness, cynically calling it “patriotism”.

I still love the America of my grandfather, of John Adams, of Aunt Betty. Lenny Bruce, Duke Ellington, Miles, Kerouac. Thurgood Marshall. RBG. They celebrated beauty, pursued truth, annoyed those who failed through either laziness or ugliness, and made our world, our America, better.

They believed in that better day.

And I believe in that America.

It’s up to us.

good question in these 'unprecedented' times 😟🤨😔
07/06/2020
“Would you feel comfortable going back in to a studio?”

good question in these 'unprecedented' times 😟🤨😔

Already, we voice actors are starting to hear it asked from agents and employers: “When would you feel comfortable returning to work in a studio?” I’ve just received such an inquiry and two V…

06/29/2020

I'm a bit behind posting recent work samples... ;)

06/02/2020
Push Comedy Theater

this...

Sic Semper Tyrranis...

Many moons ago I was a history major at ODU (Harvard of the South). I loved and still love my history. It’s beautiful and has so much to offer us as insight today. So this post is for my uneducated Americans that are disgusted by the protests by black people. GO READ YOUR HISTORY!!!

One of my favorite stories about the American revolution is one that happened on December 16th, 1773. Its called the Boston Tea Party. A group of colonists lead by the Sons of Liberty, dressed up as native Americans and destroyed a shipment of tea coming from the British East India Company. Yes they vandalized the entire tea shipment and threw it into the Boston Harbor. Why? Because they felt their rights were being infringed upon with all the tax acts. And we celebrate this in our history books.

We celebrate these folks, who dressed up as native Americans, and took physical force to the ships to force action against the tyrannical British. That happened and we, as a country, look at the defining moment as an act of patriotism. So what in the hell are we judging the protests for black live matters any differently???!!!

Furthermore, at least with these protests they aren’t dressing up as another culture (Native Americans) when they protest. They are doing it loud and clear and demanding change. Now I don’t want anyone hurt ever, but I certainly understand the reason for the protests. Same as i did when I read about the American Revolution as a child.

It was an act of defiance during a tyrannical reign. Something that makes me proud to be American. For the record, I’m glad those folks dropped their tea in the harbor. It forced the issue with the tax acts much like these protests hopefully will bring about change too. So to all my uneducated, racist, angry friends, don’t forget your history. That’s what this country was founded on.

In my opinion, the sons of liberty and this movement have parallels that shouldn’t be overlooked. When a tyrant is in office, the people will speak. Why you ask?? Because that’s effing America!!!

I am going back to becoming River Tadpole again, so I can find peace and not be so angry. But damn people, please don’t demean the movement because 247 years ago up to now, we have glorified those Boston folks for patriotism. Perhaps now, this movement, is no different. Except they aren’t hiding behind dressing up as native Americans. They/we are standing up for inequality and this President needs to answer.

Love y’all and thanks for listening. Back to becoming River Tadpole...Good talk

05/22/2020
The Dread Cast Realm narrated by Amy Fisher

Amy Fisher Voiceovers narrates this trailer directed and animated by Katherine Barnard:
"This short film was created as my senior thesis to showcase animated artwork, traditional animation, a hint of 3D, and act as a preview to the upcoming 2021 comic series of the same title."

Way to be Rode! 😉😘
03/16/2020

Way to be Rode! 😉😘

RØDE Microphones is pleased to announce that we will be donating up to $2 million worth of podcasting equipment to help schools in NSW, Australia impacted by COVID-19.

Any NSW Public High School is welcome to take part in the initiative and can order a complete podcasting kit, including a RØDECaster Pro, microphones, and accessories. This will give schools the opportunity to record course material remotely in the event that their school is closed, and students are quarantined for an extended period of time.

To learn more and apply for this initiative, please visit www.rode.com/blog/all/nswschools-covid19

Come on down! 😉
02/04/2020

Come on down! 😉

What an amazing show! What an amazing company!

We have one weekend left. Don't miss it!

#SuperiorDonuts #TraceyLetts #LTVBTheatre #LTVBVolunteersRock

02/03/2020
Mount Saint Vincent University - Small Wonder

recruiting video for Mount Saint Vincent University ;)

Growth doesn’t happen by accident. To reach new heights, you need the right environment and the right support. To truly become the greatest version of yourse...

And then she’s back spilling some trash in the valley😉
01/31/2020

And then she’s back spilling some trash in the valley😉

good causes
01/15/2020
Buzzworks 2020 Season!

good causes

Bringing the theatrical buzz you crave by presenting two new offbeat comedies in Los Angeles! | Check out 'Buzzworks 2020 Season!' on Indiegogo.

Very anxious and excited to open in this on Friday! The opportunity to help bring a great story to new audiences is alwa...
01/13/2020
SUPERIOR DONUTS Comes to The Little Theatre Of Virginia Beach

Very anxious and excited to open in this on Friday! The opportunity to help bring a great story to new audiences is always thrilling and building new ‘theatre family’ relationships... priceless. 😉🍩☕️

Explore the American Dream with the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach's stirring production of Tracy Letts' poignant comedy-drama: SUPERIOR DONUTS.

Great DAW, great podcast, great info! Thanks guys and happy new year!😉🥳❣️
01/10/2020
Thomas Thiriez - A Twisted Wave Masterclass

Great DAW, great podcast, great info! Thanks guys and happy new year!😉🥳❣️

TwistedWave is a browser, osx or ios-based audio editor. You can use it to record or edit any audio file, and its the weapon of choice for many of Voice Over's biggest names.  In this week's episode, George has a fanboy moment when we catch up with the creator of his favourite DAW. Thomas Thiriez c...

once again treading the boards, back in my old hood this time ;)
01/06/2020

once again treading the boards, back in my old hood this time ;)

We are getting there😉
01/03/2020

We are getting there😉

Behind the scenes of LTVB's production of SUPERIOR DONUTS

Arthur Przubeyszewski is down on his luck: His Uptown Chicago donut shop has been vandalized and a Starbucks opened up across the street. Enter Franco Wicks, a clever, ambitious, African American young man with troubles of his own. As Arthur’s only employee, Franco encourages a more modern approach to the shop while struggling to pursue his own dreams. As an unlikely rapport develops between the two men, the power of friendship and the undeniability of change proves the most liberating thing of all in Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracy Letts’ SUPERIOR DONUTS.

#SuperiorDonuts #LTVBTheatre #TracyLetts #AugustOsageCounty #CommunityTheatre #LTVBVolunteerRock

Yes please!
12/22/2019
Brain Pickings

Yes please!

“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.”

Mary Oliver, one of the great losses of 2019, on the creative life:

happy holidays from my studio to yours! may the season and this new year bring you great, creative projects and the joy ...
12/06/2019

happy holidays from my studio to yours! may the season and this new year bring you great, creative projects and the joy and sustenance that come with them! ;) ☃️🎄🍾🥂🎆🎤🎧

Hey Dallas VO actors ;)
10/26/2019

Hey Dallas VO actors ;)

Hey everyone.....

My god...how is it the end of October already??!! Ugh.

I am crazy hella busy preparing for Blizzcon right now....but before I forgot...I wanted to let you know that I will be teaching in Dallas early December.

Details below.

For anyone who is around and interested, that's where you will find me.

Class size is limited, but we still have some spots left for anyone who is feeling dangerous.

Hope to see you there!!

Sending much love and happy Fall thoughts in the meantime!

xx

10/12/2019
LADbible

the sound of fall leaves... priceless! ;)

It doesn't take much to make this dog happy 😂🍂

Dog Named Stella

wish i may... wish i might... have the wish i wish tonight ;)
10/11/2019

wish i may... wish i might... have the wish i wish tonight ;)

....and for my beautiful ladies out there...

You must have a voice for this image.

Cool.
Calm.
Powerful.
With a lovely British/mid-Atlantic accent.

Having a voice for her should be one of your main vocal "notes".

xx

10/11/2019
Voice Over Body Shop

whether you're just starting out or a seasoned actor this weekly show will get you up to snuff on all things technical and then some in the world of voiceover ;)

We continue to bring you fresh content every week!
Our guest this week on Voice Over Body Shop is the very engaging Shelley Avellino!

Shelley is a true Brit, working as a full time professional Voice Actor, Casting & Vocal Director, and a Voiceover Coach.

Although she is based out of the USA, she has secured clients all over the world. Because of this success in navigating the intricacies and nuances involved in doing business with different countries and cultures, she recently launched “Bridging the VO Gap”, to help VO talent learn how to market themselves to International clients.

Bridging that gap between your own country and the rest of the world can be a little daunting and through Bridging the VO Gap, Shelley gives us insights on how to successfully market yourself around the globe, teaching you about worldwide rates and usage and how to conduct yourself professionally and culturally with international clients. Talk about really relevant to VO in 2019!!

With so many ways to consume our show, there’s no way to miss it all. Here on our page, our homepage at VOBS.TV and our podcast for those of you who listen on the go!

Brought to you by:
Voiceoveressentials.com, VOHeroes.com, J. Michael Collins Demos jmcvoiceover.com/demo-production, VoiceActorWebsites.com and Voiceoverxtra.com

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Every story deserves to be heard.

I can help tell yours. With experience as a singer-songwriter, improviser, stage and on-camera actress I have voiced video game characters, animation, documentaries and PSA’s, reality tv narration, commercials, eLearning projects, and more.

Recording from a vetted professional home studio with ISDN bridging capabilities. With a deep, rich, smooth vocal quality and smart, self assured, natural delivery I can voice within the full range of character and emotion from authoritative with attitude to conversational and believable to quirky and animated and everything in-between. I have the experience and ability to bring your message, stories and characters to life and engage your listeners. I will intuitively process your insights and creative direction to quickly give you the read you need.

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