Anna Vocino is a comedic actress and voice over artist. She co-starred and was a writer on Spike TV's Lance Krall Show and can be currently be seen on the hilarious Free Radio on VH1.
She is a comedienne, comedian, and that hot chick on Vh1's Free Radio. She also partners with Nancy Wolfson of Braintracks Audio to procuce the voice over training teleseminars found at Break Into Voice Over - http://www.breakintovoiceover.com.
In addition to partnering with several Los Angeles recording studios, Anna now works from her own studio. All projects from the home studio are recorded on the Rode NTK mic, edited in Adobe Audition 2.0, and MP3 /WAV files are delivered to the client via email, CD, VOIP file transfer, or FTP upload.
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The SpeedReel you'll see above is Anna's work as a series regular and creative consultant on SpikeTV's "The Lance Krall Show." With a background in theatre and improvisational comedy, Anna met Lance Krall when they and several castmates co-founded The Whole World Theatre in Atlanta, GA. During her tenure at Whole World, Anna performed in scripted plays and hundreds of improv comedy shows.
After making the move to Los Angeles, Anna once again collaborated with her "Lance Krall Show" co-stars on the short film "Party Animals," which screened at Slamdance, the LA International Shorts Festival, and the Vail Film Festival. Most recently, she wrapped a series reg role in the VH1 pilot "Free Radio," and she is making her first feature film lead debut in the political mockumentary "A New Tomorrow," now making the festival rounds.
April 17, 2005
Ready for Primetime
Darryn Simmons Montgomery Advertiser
Woman with local ties hits the airwaves as a member of 'The Lance Krall Show'
When she was growing up, Anna Vocino went to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival with her father and saw a production of the play "Twelfth Night." After seeing the comedic performance of one of the actresses, her direction in life was clear.
"I knew I wanted to be up on stage, making people laugh," she said.
On Monday, she'll have the opportunity to make more people laugh than she ever dreamed when she and her friends debut as the cast of "The Lance Krall Show," a new sketch comedy program on Spike TV.
"It hasn't really set in yet," Vocino said of her upcoming role as a television star. "We've been watching the promos on Spike, but it hasn't really registered yet."
Vocino may not be fully aware that she's about to be on television, but she has worked hard for it.
While attending Emory University in Atlanta -- with a double major in history and French cultural studies -- she was a member of Emory's improv troupe Rathskellar. This gave her important comedy training and sketch writing experience.
That experience came in handy during her junior year, when she met Krall and helped co-found the Whole World Theatre in Atlanta.
The cast of Whole World Theatre would work together...
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