Matt: (On the difference between voice acting and on-screen acting) Voice acting still has the core of acting to it. You are still becoming a character, even if you're not on camera. You have to understand the motivation for saying certain lines and where the character is coming from at that point emotionally. At the same time, it is kind of like apples and oranges. When you do voice-over work, you don't have the pressure about landing on your mark or having your hair fixed or worry about how your body looks at a certain angle. However, sometimes what's nice with on-camera acting is that you have your body to work with. Your body language and facial expressions can help express a character's emotional state. And you don't have that in voice-over acting, so these things have to come through in your voice.