Anne DeAcetis
Anne DeAcetis
Anne DeAcetis
Anne DeAcetis

Acting

Over a decade on stage, an MFA, and plenty of DIY art adventure. Scroll down for film reels & clips, my resume, and samples for VO, dialects and radio drama.

 

Demo Reels

Film Reel (Short Version)

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Drama
(Extended Version)
Comedy

Types & Clips

Hothead
Detective (Original)
TV Procedural Demo
Shocked
Murder
Witness
Lovable
Misfit
Deadpan
Reactions
 

Resume

You'll find mostly classics and that I'm a character type. (Antigone, not Iphigenia.) Smart women off the beaten path. Think Parker Posey, Jane Adams and Mary Louise Parker.

 

I always hoped my work with heightened text would land me in SciFi. Or that my vocal chops would make me perfect for the next Fabulous Baker Boys. These days, I'm aimed at the wave of Sondheim that is surely and deservedly coming.

 

VO, Dialects & Radio Drama

Anne DeAcetis
Anne DeAcetis
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MICROPHONE

Audix CX112B
(large diaphragm condenser)

 

INTERFACE

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2

  

DAW

Adobe Audition

  

SYSTEM

Macbook Pro

 

  

Source-Connect Now enabled, happy to upgrade to Standard upon request.

Home VO Studio Details

VOICEOVER REEL

FRENCH DIALECT

From a radio drama presentation of Casablanca. To ensure comprehension by radio listeners, I alternate using the guttural R and softening it, as well as retaining an American "H," which would normally be silent in a stronger French accent.

BRITISH DIALECT

Dialect requested was classical/RP. Think Julie Andrews! I did. Text is from Wikipedia (no disclosure of proprietary client copy).

MID-ATLANTIC DIALECT

From a radio drama adaptation of The Thin Man, set in the 1930s.