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I confess I know relatively little about the vast world of anime, but I'm also somewhat fascinated with it. One aspect of the genre that lends to that fascination is the fan support; not just for the films and TV shows, but for the voice actors. While actors like Chris Patton are far from household names in the entertainment mainstream, you'd never know it to observe the adoration heaped upon him and other anime actors like Monica Rial.

Given the skills necessary to be a successful anime voice, this adulation is well-deserved. This Interview with Patton is worth reading for any fan of voiceovers, or acting in general. Here he discusses his latest role as Sho Fukamachi in a new production of Guyver. (Note how the conversation is geared toward the characters and story moreso than about mic technique or voice inflection.)


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Thanks to my friend David Houston for pointing me toward this interesting interview with Chris Patton about his work on the anime’ called Guyver. Even if you’re not a fan of this genre, you’ll gain some valuable insights into the worl... [Read More]

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