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​Are you limiting yourself by simply "being yourself?" Become the shape-shifter that gives casting directors and agents more of what they want: versatile, reliable, genuine talent. Accent Man will have you mastering five distinct, popular accents in just six weeks. No never-ending series of courses—just six weeks and you're good to go with studio quality samples that slide right onto your reel. ​Only 10 spots per class, so sign up now. (Los Angeles only) 

Prefer private or Zoom Coaching? No Problem. 

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Learn 5 Accents one-on-one via Zoom​​​

THE ART of ACCENTS

Learn 5 Accents in Six Weeks in Studio at The Voicecaster

PRIVATE COACHING
 

Focus on one accent 


Make adjustments to your speaking voice

 

In-person or via Zoom 

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WHY ACCENT MAN?

Anyone can learn accents, but years of musical and comedic improvisation paired with an extensive knowledge of the science of sound have made voice actor and “Accent Man” Andrew Frankel the right person to teach them.

It’s not unusual for Frankel to voice several accents in the same animation, video game or commercial session. And working as an audio engineer in animation, he learned it’s not uncommon for directors to ask for accents.

Currently voicing brand mascots for Popeye's, Frigo Cheeseheads, and multiple roles in the HBOmax original animated series Jellystone!, Netflix's Masameer County and Disney's

Gus the Itsy Bitsy KnightAndrew has developed this six-week course to stretch the range of actors and voice actors and equip them with the tools to find their other voice in vivid new characters.

 

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Andrew Frankel, ACCENT MAN dialect coach
" I have never taken a VO class that was this thought-provoking and challenging. The way he teaches is unique and fresh!"

Stacy A.

"So interesting and so much fun! highly recommend!"

Sarina N.

"It was a gift to learn from someone who is ridiculously talented, but also has the ability to unpack and teach      in a way that other people can understand"

Kellen L.

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