Acknowledged in the entertainment industry as Voice-Over Coach To The Stars, Alice Whitfield has, for over 30 years been a writer, casting director, producer and director. She is the founder of Real-To-Reel Recording, Inc., one of Manhattan's top creative production houses. She has produced and directed such entertainment celebrities as Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Jason Robards, Leah Remini, Jeff Garlin, among many others. In addition, Alice is the author of the national best selling book Take It From The Top! How to Earn Your Living in Radio & TV Voice-Overs which has been hailed as the voice-over career book of the nineties and into the new millennium.
Alice starred in the original cast of the hit Off-Broadway show, Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris. She traded the theatre for a sane, secure business, advertising! She was writing, casting, producing and directing radio and TV spots for a major New York ad agency and won virtually every industry award.
In 1988, she co-authored and starred in the Off-Broadway musical, Ad-Hock about the advertising business. For over fifteen years, Alice was the instantly recognizable voice of New York's top supermarket chain, D'Agostino.
Alice taught the art and the business of voice-overs both privately and as an Associate Professor at New York University. She has since relocated to Las Vegas and is conducting voice-over workshops and classes both privately and for UNLV out of her Las Vegas recording studio.
Her tough, funny, honest approach has made Alice one of the most sought after voice-over coaches for many top New York and Hollywood celebrities who are looking to make the transition from stage and screen to voiceovers. Talent agents on both coasts continue to send their A-List clients to Alice.
Alice's son is Los Angeles-based television and film
actor, Mitchell Whitfield.
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