Our Teachers

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susan boyajian

Susan Boyajian loves teaching. As an avid actor her entire life, Susan believes teaching is just another extension of her acting talents. She started acting when she was thirteen years old -- performing for anyone and everyone. She went on to do summer-stock theatre in New York and then studied acting at NYU at the prestigious Tisch School of Performing Arts. Various acting jobs brought her to Los Angeles, where she studied and performed comedy at the renowned Groundlings Theatre.

You might recognize Susan from her many TV roles. She most recently played the recurring role of Mrs. Williams on "Everybody Hates Chris". She is also widely recognized by teenagers everywhere for playing a mom on "Hannah Montana'. Susan loves doing voice over work. She played Patrick's Mom on "Sponge Bob Square Pants" and Mrs. Nasenpickle on "Squirrel Boy". She has recently joined the cast of the TV show “Kirby Buckets “ on Disney XD as sassy germ "Germama". She can be seen and heard on many cartoons, TV commercials and radio spots. It would be Susan's pleasure to help you find your own voice in the world of acting. www.susanboyajian.com


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roger scott

Roger Scott has been making his living in voiceover and also teaching up and coming voiceover talent for over twenty years. He's also worked in the on-camera world of commercials and TV and film in that same period of time, and has also written for every medium, including animation. 

His voiceover specialty is comedy, and while he can't make you funny, if you've got a pulse he can help you locate and develop the funny you've got. In a previous life he was a high-school speech teacher, so there will be handouts, but no mimeographs


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arthur G. insana

Arthur G. Insana is a multi-award-winning pioneer in the resurgence of audio theatre, and has produced and directed some of the highest grossing and most elaborate audiodramas in the history of the industry, including the full-cast, full-production Star Wars: Dark Empire series for Time Warner/Lucasfilm, and The Historian, a multi-cast Bestseller for Time Warner. Insana also has produced and/or directed hundreds of cutting-edge audio programs for Time Life, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Bantam/Doubleday/Dell, HarperCollins and Audible.com, as well as radio campaigns for clients including L.A. Gear, La Salsa Mexican Restaurants, Morgan Creek Productions and Warner Bros.

More recently, he produced and directed the first novel written exclusively for digital download on Audible.com, starring Alfred Molina: The Chopin Manuscript -- which received two Audie Nominations: Best Original Audio and Audio of the Year, and won the Audie Award for “Audio of the Year.” The Chopin Manuscript also was named one of the Best Audios of the Year by Audiofile Magazine.


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nancy sullivan

Nancy Sullivan has been acting professionally for over twenty five years and is best known to fans of all ages as one of tv's favorite moms on Nickelodeon's smash sitcom, "Drake & Josh." She also voiced Mrs. Johnson on Cartoon Network's "Squirrel Boy," and Leonard's Mom on Nickelodeon's "Get Blake." (In real life, she's pretty sure she doesn't have children, just a spoiled poodle.) With a passion for comedy, Nancy's been on your tv in many guest star roles, commercials, as cast member of Nickelodeon's sketch comedy "The Amanda Show," co-host on GSN and E!, even selling you things you didn't know you needed on late night infomercials. She can also be heard as Young Simba in Disney's "Lion King" video game. 

Nancy is thrilled to be teaching at The Voiceover Connection, sharing her rich and varied experience with other passionate performers. 


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barbara wright

Barbara Wright has been involved with Animation since 1980 on the cult feature “Twice Upon A Time”, produced by KortyFilms/Lucasfilms for Warner Bros. Upon moving to LA, she joined Klasky Csupo to handle Pre and Post Production of their animated shows. After casting the irreverent adult comedy Duckman, Barbara continued first as Director of Talent Relations and Casting and then as Vice President for the company. 

She has cast thirty -five Pilots, eleven DVDs and Videos, some Commercials and over 850 episodes in ten Series: Duckman, AAAHH! Real Monsters, Santo Bugito, The Wild Thornberrys, Rocket Power, Rugrats seasons 4-10, As Told By Ginger, “PreSchool Daze”, “All Grown Up” and “Immigrants”.  Barbara also cast four animated features for Paramount Pictures: “Rugrats The Movie”, “Rugrats In Paris”, “The Wild Thornberrys Movie” and “Rugrats Go Wild”.  She has received 13 Artios Award Nominations for Outstanding Casting from the Casting Society of America.


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bryan parker 

Bryan Parker loves working with filmmakers to help sound achieve their storytelling goals. Starting in theater sound as a youngster, then moving through touring sound reinforcement and into audio post-production, Bryan is now a Supervising Sound Editor for feature films and television. Analyzing the sound of a performance on the fly and breaking it down is his greatest strength in the control room at ADR sessions, and he makes it a priority to give detailed feedback and direction to get the best performances possible for his projects.


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chris jargo

Chris' extensive credits include such films as Ghost in the Shell (Supervising ADR Editor), Star Trek Beyond (Supervising ADR Editor), X-Men Apocalypse (ADR Editor), and Gladiator (ADR Editor).  He's also won multiple MPSE Awards for Best Sound Editing (Babe, The Little Mermaid, Jerry Maguire), as well as an Emmy Nomination for Best Sound Editing for A Street Car Named Desire.