Voice Acting Skype Sessions with Quinton Flynn Now Available

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 29, 2010) - In an effort to make voice acting lessons and information more accessible, veteran voice actor Quinton Flynn announced that he will offer Private Sessions through his website using the popular streaming software, Skype. These sessions are geared towards individuals with an interest in the voice over industry and learning what it takes to build a career as a voice over artist. Anime and gaming fans are also welcome to sign up! Spend some one-on-one time with Quinton to speak about his career and the many cartoons, anime series, and video games he's come to be known best for--from Naruto and Final Fantasy: Advent Children to Kingdom Hearts and Metal Gear Solid!

Book your session through QuintonFlynn.com using PayPal. Each session is 45 minutes in length.
http://www.quintonflynn.com/index.php/goods/skype-session/

ABOUT QUINTON FLYNN: Quinton's voice has been burning up film and television since he first arrived in Los Angeles from his native Cleveland. He is an A-list voice actor, having played such famous animated characters as Jonny Quest, Spiderman, Speed Racer, The Human Torch, and Timon from Disney's Timon & Pumbaa, just to name a few. His television and film appearances include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, King of Queens, Animaniacs, Woody Woodpecker, Robot Chicken, and many more. His best known roles in video game franchises have been his work providing the english voices of Raiden in the Metal Gear Solid series, Axel in Kingdom Hearts II, and Reno in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children the motion picture. Those hip to the anime scene know him as Iruka-sensei and in Naruto and Naruto Shippūden, Marcus Damon in Digimon: Data Squad, Dr. Riddles in Zatch Bell, Carl in Blood+, and a long list of other fan favorites.

Quinton Flynn.com Skype Sessions
http://www.quintonflynn.com/index.php/goods/skype-session/
Quinton Flynn on IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0283594/

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