Polished, upbeat, hip, and fun are the voice quality strengths that bring the page to life in this talent. Available for animation, toys and games, and commercial voiceover work, as well as singing and audiobook narration.
Anna’s ease in taking direction, focused attention to nuance, and dynamic variances are all backed by over 24 years of classical training in piano, flute and singing she draws on.
Anna has firsthand B2B and B2C marketing insights from over a decade as a successful entrepreneur, designer, and manufacturer who launched her own lifestyle brand sold in specialty boutique stores worldwide – including Anthropologie, Paper Source, Newbury Comics and Macy’s Herald Square.
Anna is thrilled to combine her business background and love of performance on VO projects from her professional home studio in Columbus, Ohio and is available for realtime direction via Skype and Source Connect.
Neumann TLM 102 : Steinberg UR 12 : Adobe Audition : Apple MacBook Air
Brands I’ve worked for…
Anna Michelle Wang is multi-talented, creative to her core, and an absolute pleasure to work with. I am constantly wowed by her acting acumen and range. She brings a depth of spirit, a high standard of excellence, and a creative can-do magic to everything she touches.
Anna gave our piece the spark it needed to kick it off properly, but more importantly she was a joy to work with and put our principal talent (a young boy) at ease under the lights. She didn't have a small part in our shoot day, she had the biggest part. Don't be fooled by her brief appearance in the end product—she added value that went well beyond those two lines. Bravo Anna, thanks again!
Anna Wang is one of those rare artists who understands every end of the business. There isn't anything she can't do.
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It is always a pleasure to work with the super talented, Anna Michelle Wang. Our sessions are always a collaborative and fun burst of creativity.
A little over two months ago, I lost my mom to metastatic breast cancer. She battled cancer for 24 years, the last four years being the most intense.
Most days I don’t believe she’s gone…I lost my number one cheerleader.
She told me I could do anything I put my mind to. She was a patron for all my artistic pursuits, and an angel investor when I got a crazy idea to start a company designing and selling sexy kitschy fashionable aprons. I still remember how proud she was during the New York Gift Show at the Javitz Center- my company happened to be featured in the Wall Street journal that week- she held the framed article and bragged to every single store buyer who walked by that I was her daughter. (She got her joy luck club moment 😜)
The time I was cast as Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, she invited so many of her friends to the show that a crowd of Chinese people would often fill more than 30% of the 99 seat theater…multiple times!
She taught me how to sew. And in my early corporate job days – when I found myself unemployed, she’d pay me an hourly wage to sew custom bedding and curtains for her home.
In sixth grade, when I wanted to draw on some pants to coordinate with a cool black and white top I had, she encouraged me. My friends were so surprised that my mom let me draw with sharpie on my clothes.
Every band concert, every flute audition/recital, every dance or acting performance, every singing recital, every YouTube video I’ve made…she’s been there, she’s watched it on video 10+ times, and loved every minute of it.
I miss my mommy. The artist I am today is because of her amazing support and love.
We moved to LA to be closer to her 😢 …now as I am purging her home- I am so very thankful she is no longer in pain. But my inner child and artist is devastated – and a little less confident these days.…
Last night I saw a traditional Vietnamese water puppet show and it blew my mind. 😳
1. I love how the musicians are also the actors.
2. My mind is boggled on so many water puppets crossing lines and all coordinating together.
3. I wish I could’ve paid for a backstage tour, but seeing the puppeteers in the end helped me try to piece how they’re doing it, but still…🤯
So amazing. 😍😍😍…
I made a #ladybug #puppet for the @cctcolumbus production of Crawls, Flies, and Squirms! Written, Directed, and Set Designed by @kel_c_grammer
My lady bug is made from a recycled costume skirt, a houndstooth bedsheet I got from goodwill, a black curtain, and white shower curtain. I sacrificed some old car window visors to create the second set of wings. Eyes are $1.25 plastic ladles from Dollar Tree.