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“My goal for every student is to not need me anymore. 

I love working with you, but you’ve got to 

be able to do this on your own”.

About Hugh P. Klitzke

So much has happened in the past few years, I’d like to reintroduce myself. I’m Hugh P. Klitzke.  I teach conversational voiceover. And that is my favorite hat.

I’ve said a lot about voiceover, in the booth, in the classroom, in private lessons, and online.  And people have found my thoughts on the subject to be valuable.

How do I know? When voice talent took my direction or otherwise applied what I wrote or taught, they made money. Not all of the time, but enough of the time. And sometimes quite a lot of it, too.

Instead of reading about Hugh P. Klitzke, you can listen instead!

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You can’t work at an agency for as long as I did without making money for both your clients and your employer.

I loved every day I was at Buchwald. I spent almost 15 years, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, directing about 125,000 voiceover auditions. And that number is probably a little low.

But something happens when you do the same job for a long time.  You start to hear a little voice in the back of your head asking if there is anything else for you out there.  I’ve read that many people who changed their career paths felt a similar thing.

And there was what my Dad said:  “You might get a different kind of satisfaction from working closely with a talent for an intense, longer period of time rather than so many people, so quickly every day”.

Dad was right.

Interviews with Hugh

Q & A

Made in 2014.
That’s why I say 85k auditions.
Other things have changed since then, too.
Now my hair is short.
But that suit was really nice.
And the lighting was good.
1:57

Documentary

Made in 2017.
Watermarked from my earlier site.
I talk about teaching voiceover to actors.
And the lighting wasn’t so good.
But I liked that tie.
5:01