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.
I submitted this for a unique talent casting call. 🤪🤷🏻♀️ step one in getting back into the monitor after being sidetracked by doing a musical, building puppets, and nursing my ouchy shoulder. 😬🥳
I had so much fun doing it…and am now tempted by the thought of trying to improvise little bits and bobs around a different word each time. Teehee. I’m great at coming up with new challenges for myself! 😜…
2021: I embraced my performing artist dream and consistently pursued it for the first time in my life.
I finished painting my newly finished basement, and overcame my fear of monologues by creating 35 character monologues and filming them! As a result, I got really good at using a teleprompter 😜. I honed my craft with awesome voiceover coaching from @lisabiggsdotcom @elley.ray.official and @mickwingert . Got super comfortable with submitting vo auditions on a regular basis using Adobe Audition (thanks @antland_productions 😘) and became a huge fan of the self tape for on-camera stuff.
I made the top 2% of applicants invited to train at the Henson Company for 3 weeks this summer, met a bunch of amazing artists/puppeteers, started making my own patterns for new puppets (thanks @adamkreutinger ! …the first 3 puppets I ever made was in 2020 🥳) and began my journey to make 30 puppet music videos- 5 done, more to come!
I am in the best singing shape of my life, I’ve deepened my understanding of Estill singing technique thanks to @kerrieobert , and found myself in a lead role of a musical after a 17 year hiatus from the stage. Never a dull moment!
I’ve found peace that I’m not 20 something and skyrocketing into the entertainment industry, but I’ve got a confidence and wide skill set that makes me amazing, and I’m having SO MUCH FUN! I just want to create great work- and collaborate more with other people….and it’s happening! 🥳🥳🥳
I successfully gave myself the chills every performance during the song “Just Like That” for A Christmas Story Musical, and am leaps and bounds a better actor than I was in my 20s. (Back when @anthonymeindl just had his LA studio 🤪)
I am so thankful for all the new friends and artists I’ve met this year, and am so thrilled to continue on the momentum! Happy New Year Everyone! 🌈😘🥳🤩…
Meet Adelaide Parker. As a teenager, she loved to lindy hop with her best friend Leslie, soon after, she landed a job as a Hot Box Dancer and worked her way up to the featured performer! As she waited 14 long years for Nathan Detroit to marry her…she also worked as a trade show booth babe. For ten years, we traveled the country exhibiting at Gift Shows at the Javitz, AmericaMart in ATL, chicago, LA, and SF markets, she modeled my line of fashionable, kitschy, colorful aprons – Kitsch*n Glam. It was during her honeymoon with Nathan in Niagara Falls that she realized he did not want children…she promptly divorced him and set off for the Midwest. It was in Indiana that she found a kind man, Frank Parker, who was excited to start a family. Now as the mother of two beautiful boys, Ralphie and Randy, she is loving her new role. She still performs in her community at the local assisted living facility, the residents there are huge fans.
😂😂😂 Mother in A Christmas Story has no first name in the script. So I connected her to my last musical theatre role from 17 years ago in Guys and Dolls. 🤪 seriously though, I’ve been wearing retro clothes and the victory rolls for a looooong time.
Thank you @cheshirejaz13 and @dgluv1031 @cctcolumbus for the privilege to be in your show. 😘🥰
@mskristinawong is such an inspiration! She builds a shadow fema sewing masks during the pandemic, busts her ass writing and performing solo shows, wins tons of grants & awards, garners the praise of reviewers everywhere – living, breathing, writing, performing her art- on zoom, across the country, at fancy LA venues. It’s been 20? years that we’ve known each other, I’ve been a photographer for her, friend, co-producer, puppeteer, her interior designer…but she has remained constant- channeling so much humor, brilliance, vulnerability, social commentary into her art.
This is my dear friend for whom I am so pleased/thrilled/ecstatic! Congratulations on closing Kristina Wong Sweatshop Overlord at the New York Theatre Workshop!! 😻💃🏻🥳 I can’t wait to see what happens next, ms nytimes critics pick! 🤩…
Every time I see beautiful fur fabric, it jumps into my hands & I just HAVE TO make something with it! 😂 fun fact: I grew up in Edison, NJ, corporate headquarters of GUND. Sometimes I think to myself…maybe I should just be a stuffed animal designer 😜- no! I’m making PUPPETS! I’m working to be a performer now! Start making these puppets less lifelike and more cartoony/exaggerated. 🤦🏻♀️ whoops. 😂 music video coming soon!!