Recovering Actress Goes Into “The Closet” and Happily Stays There.

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I like to jokingly refer to myself as a “Recovering Actress.”  After 16 years of an on-screen career, I escaped mostly unscathed (except for being murdered 5 different ways. (refer to IMDB for more details) and found my way into “The Closet”… the place where I make money with my voice. You see my closet is my recording studio, and I am a voice over artist.

Many voice over artists have a designated studio, but being a slightly compulsive multi-tasker, I get great satisifaction from doing a “mean read” for a producer…and organizing my shoes between takes. Besides, the clothes themselves are great sound proofing, and much more aesthetically pleasing than the standard black waffle foam that usually lines the booth.

Working in the closet, allows me to do the job that I love, while also balancing motherhood, wifedom, and an extensive hat collection.

I hope you’ll peek into “The Closet” from time to time as I share my stories… and my voice.

This is Tasia Valenza signing off… from “The Closet”.

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  1. Hey Tasia!! I just wanted to share a fun fact with you. I contact insurance companies all day, and the rep. I spoke with today said she works with a gal named after you!!I Apparently her mother was quite the avid Soap Opera fan. I was named after the movie “Fantasia” as I’m guessing you were as well.

    I apologize for such a random message, but I have always enjoyed learning about people who share my name because it is so unique. It is exciting to learn about you and your success. Congratulations on that 🙂 I am a singer myself, so I find it fascinating you now use your voice to connect with the world!! I wish I could say I’m a “Recovering Grammy Artist,” but what do you do??!!

    I’m glad to know about you and wish you all the best!! If you ever get lonely in the recording studio, let me know…hehe 🙂

    —Tazia Venstra

    Comment by Tazia Venstra — July 7, 2011 @ 8:45 pm

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