How to Find Voiceover Work

The Working Actor Show

31-01-2023 • 23 mins

Often we overlook the myriad of opportunities available in the acting genre, and one of these niche opportunities is voiceover work. Georgie and Pierce detail the jobs available out there, how to find it and how you should widen your acting net to include this growing area of work.


  • Voice acting is a new way for you to flex your acting muscles and can be completed from home, especially since COVID.
  • Equipment can be relatively cheap for voiceover work from home; there is no need for expensive studio work especially when creating your own content. Audacity is a fine, free piece of software to record with.
  • You do not have to be just a voiceover actor, you can continue to pursue all kinds of acting work.
  • Fiverr and Upwork are freelance work sites on which you can list yourself as a voice actor to connect with production companies looking for voice talent.


‘It’s so accessible, especially if you’re struggling to find paid opportunities at the moment as well.’ – Pierce

‘As Georgie said, we did invest in it. It wasn’t crazy but it was a few hundred pounds for the two mikes and the setup we’ve got and the storage device and everything.’ – Pierce

‘Don’t be afraid to get creative with it. Even have a look on LinkedIn. I got into voiceover work quite young. I think my first voiceover job was when I was about 16 or 17.’ – Georgie



Georgie King and Pierce Connelly are a couple and business partners with experience in TV, film and theatre. Co-founders of The Acting Warehouse, an organisation dedicated to helping you achieve turning your passion for acting into a full-time career, they are here to guide you to get out there, find opportunities and land roles.



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