Charles Michel, America's #1 Voice Over Coach!

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Go and get it!

When a nineteen-year-old New York model named Lauren Bacall first appeared on screen to teach that guy with the lisp (Humphrey Bogart) “How to Whistle,” Bogie and millions of others fell in love-both with her look and with her voice. What is fascinating about that (and what most people don’t know) is that the voice they heard was the product of Bacall’s concentrated efforts. Bacall’s original voice was shrill with a thick New York accent. Encouraged by mentors such as director John Houston, Bacall worked hard to create a different voice for herself-one that would match her beautiful look…And she got it. So while it is not always necessary or desirable to alter your voice, if you want a changed voice, you can get it.

“Just like Bogie and Bacall”…

Why not have it all?!

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MEET CHARLES MICHEL

In addition to training the voices of hundreds of people, Charles Michel has been an actor, singer, character voice performer and voice-over announcer.
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TESTIMONIALS

Jack Moran

Studying with Charles Michel has been nothing but a positive and rewarding experience in my pursuit to a career in voiceover.

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