Dancing to a Different Beat

These individuals have bucked convention and found fulfilling jobs off the beaten path

a cold, they’re going to say they can hear it, and go with someone else.”

Saulsberry, who says he believes that “anyone can do voiceover,” is determined to become the industry’s best. There are those who believe he already has, like the storeowner who recently called to let him know that a gift he ordered for his daughter had arrived. “The lady just went crazy [after hearing] my voice mail,” he says, imitating her. “Oh, that voice, that voice. What a great voice!” Happens all the time.

Unique career resources
The nature of unique careers-especially those dominated by freelancers-is that they’re not organization-oriented. But for more inform
ation on the careers featured here, you may contact the following:
Stuntmen’s Association of Motion Pictures
4810 Whitsett Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91607
Phone: 818-766-4334
www.stuntmen.com

Screen Actors Guild
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036-3600
323-954-1600
www.sag.com

American Federation of
Television & Radio Artists
5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 900
Los Angeles, CA 90036-3600
323-634-8100
www.aftra.org
(ask about their Voiceover Guide)

For more information on being a stylist and associated careers, contact your nearest school of fashion, art and design.

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