celia siegel management

Branding, Business Coaching + Management for Voice Actors

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Finally ready to step up and land in the position you deserve to be in?

I’ve spent 30 years figuring out what makes VO careers tick, and helping passionate people get where they want to go. (more…)

I would have been in London last week.

Instead, I was in my kitchen after I’d finished work, organizing my silverware drawer. I found the little plastic spoons that went off to school in my kids’ (who are now teens/young women) lunchboxes every day, and I started sobbing—about everything. And for a little while, with colorful spoons in my hand, I felt the global grief that we’re all experiencing in different ways, right now.

And then I felt so much better. And I felt immensely grateful.

So today, I just want to tell you…
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For so long, this industry relied solely on agents. Gatekeepers of the gigs.

VO artists looked to their agents to make it all happen.

But in 2020—it’s a whole new jam.

Yes, agents can provide you with some awesome career opportunities. But they’re one piece of the puzzle and can’t do it all for you.

The roles have shifted. Everything has shifted. My friends, we’re living in a brand new VO world! (more…)


My daughter works at Yogurt Lab. You pick your flavor(s), then choose from a million different toppings.

My favorite is coconut ice cream with coconut flakes on top.

Refined and a little bit nutty—like me!
When we embrace our tastes and preferences, and build something according to them, no two ice cream sundaes will be the same. And guess what? No two voiceover artists will be the same. Accordingly, no two voiceover careers will be the same! (more…)

Hello Voiceover Achiever,
I love this quote by Steve Martin: “Become so good they can’t ignore you.” It’s a straightforward goal.

If you let this be your driving force, you will achieve your goals – no matter how grand. I have the good fortune of longevity in this business. I have worked with hundreds of actors over the years and watched many of their careers go through the roof. Others surprise me. They’re so talented, but they don’t get anywhere close. (more…)

To be successful in this business, you need to do a few things — be really great at voiceover, have a great brand, be a great marketer and have great connections and networking. But the true voiceover achievers I know also do something else: they have a spirit of service that propels them forward.

It occurs to me when working with these overachievers that this is something we could all do better. When you get up in the morning and think, “How can I serve my community with as much heart as possible?” that helps move you forward in this business. (more…)