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Christopher Robin Miller


Voice Actor
USA

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See also: Enter the Booth: The Voice of Christopher Robin Miller and BrandYourself

Biography:
Christopher Robin Miller is a voice over actor with credits that include cartoons such as Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, Spooky Bats and Scaredy Cats, The Light Before Christmas, The Princess and the Pea Chronicles, & Tiny Heroes as well as video games such as The Professor Layton series of games for NINTENDO DS, & Twisted Metal: Small Brawl for SONY Playstation.

He's done lots of promo and commercial work too (over 3000 radio and television spots).

Since 2006, Christopher has created a curriculum for and taught a new class at Brigham Young University in the Theatre & Media Arts Department - Voice Over for Commercial and Animation Work, as a bridge program between the Actor Training, Animation, and Ad Lab programs. Students learn to interpret copy and make on-the-spot choices in a Voice Over audition. They also learn to create and catalogue character voices as well as studio terminology and protocol.

Mr. Miller has also worked as a writer, producer and director for local, regional and national commercial voice over work as well as casting & dialogue director for Tandem Animation.

He teaches his own Voice Over Workshops through The Professional Actors Conservatory of Salt Lake. His reputation for expert instruction and demo preparation has him listed in WORD OF MOUTH by Susan Blu, Molly Ann Mullin & Cynthia Songé as a resource for professional voice over training and demos.

   

 

Convention Guest Appearances:
   Youmacon 2010 - October 28-31 in Detroit, MI
   Youmacon 2011 - November 3-6 in Detroit, MI
   Anime Banzai 2013 - October 18-20 in Layton, UT
   Youmacon 2013 - October 31 - November 3 in Detroit, MI


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