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Actors say hazards of voice-over work in video games should be recognized

TORONTO – When Ellen Dubin is asked to describe her profession, it sounds like an anything-goes performance of the lungs – guttural, deeper-than-the-ocean grunts, cackling shrieking squeals, and blood-curdling screams. “I actually pulled my groin during a voice job,” says the veteran multi-award nominated voice… Read More »Actors say hazards of voice-over work in video games should be recognized