You may not know the names Bob Carter and September Day Carter, but you’ve probably heard their voices and didn’t know it. Whether it’s that ubiquitous Pandora ad, the Stacy’s Pita Chips commercial, or Mary Kay ads, or perhaps Balrog in Street Fighter, or Shao Khan and Baraka in Mortal Kombat, or the The Iron Guard in Destiny 2 or…you get the idea. They’ve done A LOT of voice over, and they teach their craft from The Neighborhood studio in Atlanta. They also just happen to be two of the most pleasant and inspiring people you would ever want to meet.
Interestingly enough, they are of different opinions on the issue of unions. You will hear very compelling arguments on both sides, and makes for a very informative listening experience all by itself!
- How Bob and September inspired us to create The NerdBliss Podcast. Some thoughts on DragonCon and where the Carter children came from.
- September and Bob’s most memorable work.
- The Neighborhood and the services they offer. Tom Thon’s acting workshop.
- Three questions that will help you determine which people you should surround yourself with. Favorite days of the week and favorite time of day.
- The benefits of running a game night on Monday night.
- Our favorite super groups.
- The “If” Books by Evelyn MacFarlane.
- More about The Neighborhood and the services offered.
- Three things all groups and couples should do together.
- Bob’s round of TNBP standard questions.
- September’s perspective on the VO industry, and the pros and cons of unions.
- September’s round of TNBP standard questions.
- The VO Alliance and one final thought on the unions.
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