Andy Moore: English Male Voice Over

An Authentic British Voice with Integrity

INTJ / ENTJ / Autodidactic / High Functioning Neurodivergent

Voiceover Artist

Voice Arts Related Reading

  1. A Challenge for the Actor: Uta Hagen
  2. A Practical Handbook for the Actor: M. Bruder, L.M. Cohl, M. Olnek, N. Pollack, R. Previto, S. Zigler
  3. Actions, The Actor's Thesarus: Marina Caldarone, Maggie Lloyd-Williams
  4. An Actor Prepares: Constantin Stanislavski
  5. An Actor's Handbook, Constantin Stanislavski
  6. Building a Character: Constantin Stanislavski
  7. Creating a Role: Constantin Stanislavski
  8. Finding Your Voice: Barbara Houseman
  9. How to do Accents: Edda Sharpe, Jan Haydn-Rowles
  10. How to do Standard English Accents: Edda Sharpe, Jan Haydn-Rowles
  11. Respect for Acting: Uta Hagen
  12. Sanford Meisner on Acting, Sanford Mesner and Dennis Longwell
  13. Tackling Text [and Subtext]: Barbara Houseman
  14. The Actor and the Text: Cicely Berry
  15. The Actor Speaks: Patsy Rodenburg
  16. The Actor's Art and Craft: William Esper, Damon DiMarco
  17. The Alchemy of Voice: Stewart Pearce
  18. The Art of Acting: Stella Adler
  19. The Art of Voice Acting: James R. Alburger
  20. The Michael Chekhov Handbook for the Actor: Lenard Petit
  21. The Need for Words: Patsy Rodenburg
  22. The Power of Voice: Denise Woods
  23. The Right to Speak: Patsy Rodenburg
  24. The Voice Exercise Book: Jeannette Nelson
  25. This is a Voice: Jeremy Fisher and Gillyanne Kayes
  26. To the Actor, on the Technique of Acting: Michael Chekhov
  27. Voice and The Actor: Cicely Berry
  28. Voiceover Achiever: Brand your VO career. Change your life: Celia Siegel
  29. Voiceover Narration: Dian Perry
  30. Your Voice and How to Use It: Cicely Berry

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