well, you don’t have to learn the lines for a voice part. I guess its more of an imaginative leap if you are on your own in a voice-over booth to being on the set surrounded by costumes and a whole cast of actors all doing their thing. But it’s all pretend in the end. It’s all about connecting with your inner playground.
My question is about accents. You frequently speak in an accent different from your natural one. Do you ever find it difficult to stay in that accent, especially in very emotional scenes that may be more taxing to you? Do you feel that using an accent other than your own helps you get in character or makes it more difficult.
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