Episode 014 – Guest: Ben Hoppe, Ned Lott and Kat Cressida from Character Pros workshop


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Kat Cressida - Voice Over Talent – Disney, ESPN, Warner Bros., … Coaches “The Magic of Disney Voiceover” for Disney

KAT is one of the top Gal VO talent in Sports – announcing Live from Radio City Music Hall for ESPN coverage of the NFL Draft, and the ongoing Voice for ESPN’s top-rated, PARDON THE INTERRUPTION, as well as SportsCenter Specials.  She’s also the new voice for PBR’s Professional Bull Riders broadcasts for NBC Sports, and Versus.

Current National Commercial campaigns: Verizon, Chevy, Disney Parks & Resorts, SeaWorld, and Blue Ice Vodka.

Recent Animation includes: WORLD OF WARCRAFT, PHINEAS & FERB, a recurring Guest Star on F/X’s hit series, ARCHER, TOY STORY 2 & 3 projects for Disney/Pixar, Warner Bros. CATS & DOGS 2, James Cameron’s AVATAR, TALE OF DESPEREAUX, TINKERBELL, SPACE CHIMPS, CHICKEN LITTLE, TARZAN, and Miyazaki’s new EARTHSEA.

More about Kat Cressida

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Ben Hoppe - Creative Director, Disney

Ben is a verteran voice director at Disney Character Voices with 10 years experience writing for and directing characters from Lightning McQueen to Mickey Mouse.

Ben’s Links:

Ned Lott - Casting Director, Freelance/ Disney Studios, Pixar, and Universal

NED LOTT has a wide range of voiceover directing and casting experience. He was a Producer and casting director on eight Studio Ghibli titles, including Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar™ nominated theatrical release HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE. Other notable accomplishments include casting Liam Neeson as the voice of “Aslan” for THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE and PRINCE CASPIAN. Ned has also cast and directed numerous voiceover projects and ADR sessions for the Walt Disney Company, Pixar, Universal Pictures and SquareEnix

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