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Jamie Marchi

Jamie Marchi

Birthday: 8 October 1977, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
Height: 163 cm

Jamie Marchi was born on October 8, 1977 in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for High School DxD (2012), Witchblade (2006) and Sôru îtâ (200

Jamie Marchi
I would say if you're a creative type, be a creative type. Whatever your passion is, really hold ont Show more I would say if you're a creative type, be a creative type. Whatever your passion is, really hold onto that and own it. If it's acting - I mean I don't think of it as voice acting, just acting - then do acting. Educate yourself. Learn about what you want to do so you can become better at it. You know you can't just go out there and become a doctor, you have to know things. Get experience, which will build confidence, which is huge. Then just follow your passion from there, whatever your passion is. Don't narrow it down into one tiny little thing. In the creative arts, everything is subjective. Never take anything personally. It's never personal rejection, ever. There is always something behind it. Even if it is personal rejection, you can choose to believe it's not. Hide
When you have no particular set of skills, there are only a few things you can do. I like to talk an Show more When you have no particular set of skills, there are only a few things you can do. I like to talk and have people listen, so acting was a no-brainer. You know, I really hate this question. So many people have these great "moments" that called them to acting like God calls preachers to the church. God didn't call me to acting. I just have always thought it was fun. That's my great lame story. I think it's fun. How boring is that?! Hide
If we all had to look exactly like the characters we voice, none of us would have a job because, you Show more If we all had to look exactly like the characters we voice, none of us would have a job because, you know, half the breasts on my characters aren't physically possible. Hide
Social media has changed the dynamic of this industry so much in the past nine years I've been worki Show more Social media has changed the dynamic of this industry so much in the past nine years I've been working with FUNimation. Back in the day, the only way to interact with your fans was to do conventions. Now, on top of meeting fans face to face, I can reach them with Facebook and twitter which is great when they live across 40 oceans or can't make it to conventions. I love it! People can just message me directly instead of mailing a letter to FUNimation, hoping it gets there and somehow makes it to me. I can announce my new roles and shows as soon as I'm allowed and keep my amazing fans up to date. Sometimes, they're the ones keeping ME up to date! As far as the convention experience goes, I adore meeting people I've already "met" from social media. I can also tweet my schedule to make sure my fans know where I'm going to be and when, which is fantastic. It's a direct form of communication, and I'm a huge fan! Hide
I would definitely say working in each area does impact the others to a great degree. I'm a better v Show more I would definitely say working in each area does impact the others to a great degree. I'm a better voice actor because I've directed and written. I'm a better writer because I've acted and directed. And, I'm a better director because I've acted and written. I believe any time you can thoroughly immerse yourself into any thing, you will have a greater understanding of the product as well as a greater confidence supported by that knowledge. I count myself lucky that I've had the opportunities I've had in this industry. Hide
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