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Celebrity Voice Coach Bob Corff Offers Interview Tips Through Skype


November 11, 2011

Are you looking for a job or attending an interview tomorrow? There is good news for you. Bob Corff, celebrity voice coach to the stars, has launched his video lessons for unemployed youths. These lessons that are designed to meet the needs of the average working man and woman will be done by Skype.

"Teaching people all over the world has never been easier," said Corff, in a press release. "I just use Skype video now and can serve people around the planet." For those who may be a little behind the times, Skype is simple, easy, and free to use.

According to a press release, jobs have been hard to come by since the housing market crash, and more Americans are realizing that extraordinary measures have to be taken to stand out from the competition - which includes working on one's voice. Corff Voice Studios is now meeting the demand.

Voice lessons are not just important for Grammy-winning musicians, Politicians, Fortune 500 executives, and public speakers .

Bob Corff and his wife Claire have been teaching A-list actors how to strengthen their voices for over 30 years. Corff Voice Studios in Los Angeles also teaches broadcasters, sports figures, police officers, and politicians how to have a commanding presence. 

Corff has the voice because he started out on Broadway with much acclaim in major productions such as Grease, Hair, and Jesus Christ Superstar - where he played over 1,000 performances. Additionally, Corff did over 100 episodes of television and retired at the height of his career to teach others the secrets to a powerful voice. 

Some of the talents Bob has worked with include Mariah Carey, Ben Stiller, Samuel L. Jackson, Tobey Maguire, Halle Berry, Gwyneth Paltrow, Antonio Banderas, and Jennifer Garner. Bob has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Details Magazine, and USA Today -- just to name a few.


Mandira Srivastava is a TMCnet contributor. She works as a full-time writer, ghostwriter and blogger, and has more than two years of experience in print and Web media. She has also worked on company brochures, website content and product descriptions, as well as proofreading and editing content. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf