Garry Chalk: (advice to aspiring voice actors) If you want to become a voice actor, remember this. Acting is 90% of it, voice is 10%. If you are a really good actor, and a really good reader, and can get the lines off the page, the acting will cover you. It will carry you a lot farther than your voice will. Everybody can do a funny voice, but can everyone do a funny voice doing Shakespeare, or Chekov? If you can do Chekov as Foghorn Leghorn or some other cartoon character and make it believable and make people care about you then you're doing your job. So it's not totally necessary (into deep booming voice) The Voice Of God or (into high voice) a tricky funny voice. What's really important is to have really good acting chops and really good reading skills.