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Animation Voice-Over Workshops: Stevie Vallance in Ottawa & Bob Bergen in San Diego

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Animation voice-over actor and director Stevie Vallance will be teaching her one-day intensive workshop on Animation Voice-Over Acting this Sunday, October 31, 2010, in Ottawa, Ontario. Admission is $299 per person, and interested actors can sign up at Vallance’s web site.

Actor Bob Bergen will also be teaching his weekend animation voice-over workshop at the VoiceActing Academy in San Diego, CA, on November 6-7, 2010. Admission is $597 per person, and interested actors can sign up at the VoiceActing Academy website.

(Also, check out Toonzone’s coverage of Bob Bergen’s intro voice-over class and Stevie Vallance’s appearance at the 2010 New York Comic Con.)

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