Atlanta Film Chat Episode 85: Actor and Voiceover Artist Brian Troxell

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This week's guest got a late start in the industry, but once he did he hit the ground running. Featured in local indies like Bad Blood & Slaw, Brian Troxell quickly found a niche for his voiceover work. If you've ever listened to the Wall Street Journal on Audible, for example, you've heard his smooth voice. He's also voiced several audio books.

This voiceover work has lead to Brian getting picked to be the voice of the 2016 Georgia Entertainment Gala. We learned all about how this came about, his work with Sketchworks, and much more.

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Film Bar Monday tonight (1/25) is at Mac Magee's and next week (2/1) is at The Independent.

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