Your demo may just be the most important tool you have as a voice actor. It can be the reason you get an agent... or don't. It can book you a high paying project, or lose it for you. Don't leave your Demo and career up to chance. Our panel of experts will tell you if your demo is competitive and ready to be heard, or need work. Put your best voice forward.
Voiceover Agent from top tier talent agency in Beverly Hills has almost a decade of experience evaluating commercial, promo, and trailer demos, finding new and viable VO talent, and developing voices into six figure VO “brands.” Looking to find something that he hasn’t yet heard which could be the next big thing!
Ilko Drozdoski didn't aim for a show business career but gravitated toward it; working as a jack-of-all trades on music videos, setting up rigging, painting sets, processing invoices, doing whatever job came his way. Meanwhile, Ilko was absorbing the complex components of the entertainment industry. Several years working in Hollywood production offices taught him to appreciate the politics and strategies demanded by the business. Arriving at Tisherman Agency in 1998, Ilko started as an assistant, but his drive and connection to cultural trends quickly became an asset to the company as he helped develop and refine the Latin department at Tisherman. Within seven years he was made partner in the newly renamed company TGMD. Recently he left his partnership and joined the team at AVO Talent where the challenges of a new talent roster only renewed his love for being an agent. Ilko's passionate interest in the film business and his wide experience have sharpened his communication skills and helped him respond to a market increasingly concerned with prototypes, rather than age ranges or a vocal styles. Ilko's fascination with trends in digital recording, the internet, ISDN technology, Source Connect and other advances have condensed the casting process from a week to a day, allowing AVO to remain flexible in a fast-paced marketplace.
Jessica got her first agency job in early 2000 when she started work at The Gersh Agency in New York. She was able to work the desks of agents in Film and TV as well as Gersh’s short-lived commercial dept. She found she loved the pace and energy of the commercial world.