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About Deborah

Deborah has returned to her international Voiceover career and is accepting a VERY, VERY LIMITED AND EXCLUSIVE number of new VO students. There is a waiting list. To make application to the waiting list, please leave a message at the "Contact Deborah" page.

Deborah Richards is a tall, fiery redhead. People ask her, "Is that your real hair color?" She replies, "Yes...I kept the receipt!"

Cool Fact #1: Deborah is a skilled pianist, and early on considered a career as a concert pianist.

Cool Fact #2: Deborah was also skilled in woodwinds, mastering the clarinet, oboe and bassoon.

Cool Fact #3: Deborah is a gourmet chef. Her biscuits are as light as feathers, and the taste of buttermilk lightly skitters across your tongue as you savor each bite.

Cool Fact #4: Deborah has an irreverent, irascible, dark, bawdy and selectively tasteless sense of humor, as well as an encyclopedic memory of jokes.

Deborah Richards started her career as a voice talent at the age of 16, the same year she started working for a small radio station. By the age of 20, she was the booth announcer for Georgia Public Television (Now GPB), recording promos and imaging for a statewide network of PBS affiliates. By age 22 she was the morning show Co-host on WKHX, the most successful country music radio station in the Southeast. In 1998 the show won the Academy of Country Music Award as the best morning show in the USA.

Deborah has since retired from radio to concentrate on voiceover work. She has earned two ADDY Awards for her voice work in commercials,

and two TELLY Awards

for her voice work in the State of Georgia’s College Lecture Series.

In 2007 she realized another career goal by becoming an audio editor and producer at Captive Sound Studios.

In June 2010, Creative Studios of Atlanta (CSA) added a recording studio at their facility. Creative Studios of Atlanta is both a casting company and a training facility for professional actors. CSA provides actors with outstanding, professional training through classes, master level workshops, summer intensive programs, the highly selective "Kids, Tweens & Teens Film Academy Company for Film/TV," and the CSA Film Academy.

Deborah and Ken Feinberg, President of CSA, crafted a strategic agreement to have Deborah manage the new studio. In addition, Deborah also taught voiceover classes and produced and directed voiceover talent. In less than three years, Deborah became the most sought-after voiceover director and producer in the Southeastern USA. Voiceover talent from coast to coast came to Atlanta to work with Deborah on their voiceover demos.

Deborah has retired from active studio management as of August 31, 2012. She has trained a world-class team to continue her legacy at CSA. Her team will continue to teach new students and produce the best audition demos possible.

Deborah has returned to her international Voiceover career and is accepting a VERY, VERY LIMITED AND EXCLUSIVE number of new VO students. There is a waiting list. To make application to the waiting list, please leave a message at the "Contact Deborah" page.



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