WANT THE CAREER? SADDLE UP AND COME OVER HERE
Staffed by working professionals
Workouts with LA’s top VO agents and casting directors
Guest Directors include: Andrea Romano, Abigail D’Andrea, Aaron Drown, Haris Orkin, Amanda Wyatt, Lisa Orkin, Randy Thomas
Testimonial: I started taking classes at the Radio Ranch in June 2015. Within six months, I had two demos done, and was introduced to two agents via Radio Ranch classes, each of whom asked me to sign! Laurel van der Linde and the Radio Ranch helped me get my foothold so that I could launch my career. I’m auditioning regularly and still sharpening my tools with Radio Ranch classes to be the best I can be in my craft. Couldn’t recommend the Radio Ranch more, and there’s no one else you want in your corner other than Laurel.
Randy Thomas Returns to The Ranch.
Fast on the heels of announcing the Kennedy Center Honors, VO Legend Randy Thomas kicks of 2017 with a Master Class at The Famous Radio Ranch in March.
Testimonial: Working with The Radio Ranch had been an absolute joy. Both the teachers and audio engineers are truly there because they share a passion for creating and inspiring good work. The class atmosphere is safe and very professional. This place is all about creating opportunity, as displayed by the quality and frequency of guest directors and the variety of classes available. I also got my wonderful agent via the ranch. They are very much a family and will go out of their way to help you. I’m thrilled that I started working with them, its one of my favorite places to be.
To learn more about upcoming classes, calendar, and pricing info, check out the Upcoming Class Schedule
To learn more about the industry professionals who work at the VO School, check out the Voice Over School Staff
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- All classes at the Famous Radio Ranch School of Voice Over Acting meet from 7-10 pm
- All voice acting 101 classes are $500.00 per 6 week class/101C and 2.0 are $550.00
- Cost of the Commercial Sharp Shooter and Horse Sense Seminar is $85.00 for the evening
- Holler up Mizz Laurel for any questions that need answerin’ – (661) 600-3365
- Holler up Mizz Dolores to sign up di-rectly – (818) 465-0150
- Schedules are subject to change
If you would like to contact Dolores by e-mail, click here
You may also contact our Chief Audio Engineer, Andrew, by clicking here
NEW & NEWSWORTHY
Andrea Romano, animation director par excellence, returned to The Ranch to conduct another stellar master class. The Famous Radio Ranch Singing Show String performed The Wishing Star from the animated feature Wacko’s Wish in her honor. You can hear our students performing it here:
- Live Announce Legend Randy Thomas guest directed two master classes at The Ranch this summer. We look forward to hosting more.
- VO student Nathan Nonhof recently shot an on-camera GoPro commercial which will air in the US and Germany as well as the Internet. Nathan is represented for both on-camera and VO by Marci Polzin of Artistic Talent.
- New RR VO School member, Brock Powell, attended a Radio Ranch Sharp Shooter guest directed by VOX Animation/Video Game agent, Alyssa Gentile and is now repped by VOX. Brock quickly garnered a VO gig for Disney.
- Laurel Kathleen has re-inked with Marci Polzin of Artistic Talent. Laurel Kathleen also continues as the voice of Honda Dealers of San Diego.
- Sandy Orkin is now on board with Artistic Talent for VO representation.
- Long -time “Rancher” John Madison Tye is the voice of The Chicken for Sonic Radio Spots. He is also a voice on Disney’s Doc McStuffinsanimated TV Series.
- John Tye is represented for VO my Marci Polzin at Artistic Talent.
- RR VO student, James Ferrero has re-signed with Marci Polzin at Artistic Talent for VO.
- “Ranchette,” Tina Toner is now signed signed with Artistic Talent for on-camera and continues VO rep with that agency.
- Stiiiiill going – Leslie Wadsworth continues as the Voice of Dancer on the nationally airing TV AD for Harvoni.
The Latté List
The smart actor knows his or her performance is always better with a good director on the other side of the glass. For the cost of a latté, your audition can be directed by the director of The Famous Radio Ranch School of Voice Acting. Those actors giving themselves the competitive edge are:.
Courtnrey Lin Jones