Voice Acting

Business For Voice Actors

Fundamentals and Depth

Summary Summary

The side of voice acting that is seldom taught but is just as important is the business. What price should you charge? What are the advantages you can promote locally, online, and in foreign markets? What considerations should you consider before walking away from a client? There is no one-size-fits-all-answer to these questions because it is different between every person on every job. This is probably why so many talents have such a hard time when it comes to the business side of the art. In Business for Voice Actors, you will learn about the fundamentals of business and how they apply to voice acting. This course is beneficial for new AND experienced actors.

Within 6 weeks, we will cover everything from accounting to networking; branding; pricing; contracts, and more. In this fast-paced class you will see real life case studies, work on assignments you can apply immediately when you reach out to your next potential client, discuss concepts such as what it means to give more value to the client, what is your value as a voice actor, as well as basic administration duties such as bookkeeping and invoicing.

6-weeks. Morning or evening session.

This class is 6 weeks and has a morning and evening session so that you can attend no matter what timezone you're in.

Video Recordings

This class is recorded so you'll be able to keep up to date even if you miss a session.

10 Credits

This class takes 10 credits to enroll.

Instructor, TA, and Peer education

This class has an instructor, a TA, and peer run assistance to help answer your questions. This class' format is lecture-based.


Core Concepts

  • The pros and cons of different pricing strategies
  • How to communicate with clients and show that you have their best interest in mind
  • What you should consier when developing your brand
  • How to identify your strengths in local, online, and foreign markets
  • Developing a business plan

You will learn about gaining insight into potential markets and global trends while finding ways to value yourself and your work.

Studios demystified

Learn how studios operate, how they come up with budgets for their actors, and how they work their rosters.


Due to the material in this class, it's recommended that students have previously taken a fundamental voice acting class either through Closing Credits or elsewhere.

Standard Member Benefits

What you'll get as a Closing Credits member

Every course comes with extra benefits just for being a member of Closing Credits

Instructor Led Courses

6 to 12 week courses with an industry professional to guide you through.

Closing Credits Community

Access to our private Discord, forums, email lists. Work through fun and interesting challenges with your future colleagues and network.

Weekly Events

New Events, Workshops, Webinars, Panels, and Exercises Weekly.

Material From All Courses

Your interests change, and Closing Credits changes with you. Read and watch all the material from all courses.


Live Instructor-led Courses

Learn from an industry active expert