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In this episode, we continue our interview with Stacey J. Aswad from “Must Do Disney.” Last time we talked about what it’s like for her to be a part of people’s Walt Disney World vacations and a lot of “behind the scenes” type stuff about the “Top 7 Must Sees” hosting job. That’s right where we pick up this time. And no matter how many times you’ve seen Stacey or heard interviews with her, I guarantee you’ll hear something new in this one!
As I mentioned in the previous episode, you may notice that this one is a little shorter than usual. The total interview is actually almost an hour, which was right on the cusp of to split or not to split. I’m really trying to keep each episode to a manageable length, though, so I decided to split it for you. And even though we talked for an hour, I still didn’t get to about half my questions so if you enjoy these episodes, let us know and we’ll see what we can do about an encore!
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In this episode Stacey talks about:
- If there was anything she had to shoot that did freak her out (the full story);
- Stacey threw down the gauntlet and challenged me to something;
- If there was anything she had to shoot that was more fun than she expected;
- When and how the voice-acting part of her career began, and what she loves about it;
- What was really cool for her about recording her first audiobook;
- Some of her favorite accents and dialects;
- Where some of her voices come from and whether she creates characters for each of her voices;
- The biggest misconception about voiceover and the challenge that relates to it;
- Why she wanted to create her show VO Buzz Weekly;
- Taking risks;
- Her advice to you for following your dreams;
- Shameless Plug Team—including how you can get an autographed picture of her and help end animal cruelty and homelessness at the same time.
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If you call in, don’t worry about having to sound perfect. If you ask me to, I’ll edit out any mistakes so you sound as good as you possibly can. You’re even welcome to start your entire story over again and I’ll use the “take” you want! If you want to submit a story anonymously, for whatever reason you may have, email it to me and tell you me you wanted it shared that way. I’ll read it on the podcast, but keep your name private.
Thanks for listening!
Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.
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