How To Book Your VO Session With Dave

There are two ways to schedule your sessions with Dave. Book individual sessions with a Credit Card or purchase a Prepaid Package for 50 min sessions and save. Note: All sessions take place online.

1) Booking a Single Private Session (with a Credit Card)

  • Go to and you’ll see a selection of available coaching sessions to choose from (15 min, 30 min and 50 min)
  • Simply click “Book” and then you’ll be prompted to select a date and time for your session.
  • Next, you’ll enter the genre of VO you’d like to focus on during the session, choose your level of VO experience and click “Next.”
  • Now, if you have a Bookeo account, go ahead and click “Sign In” and your contact information will be filled out for you. If not, you’ll be prompted to enter a password for your free Bookeo account after you fill out your information on this page. Click “Next” and this will take you to a page to enter your payment info and checkout.
  • A confirmation will be sent to your email upon purchase.

2) Using Your Prepaid Package to Book a Session

Once you’ve purchased a prepaid package, you can schedule your sessions here: – Just be sure to click “Sign In” so you can sign into your Bookeo customer account on the page and a credit from your prepaid package will automatically be applied to the VO private session when you schedule.


2-Day Video Game Intensive: 9/11 & 9/12

Dave Fennoy’s
Character Development for Video Games & Interactive Entertainment

Intensive Virtual Workshop Dates: Saturday, September 11th & Sunday, September 12th, 10am – 5pm both days | Cost: $450 – Click here to sign up as a full participant in the workshop.


Click here for **2-DAY “FLY ON THE WALL” CHARACTER WORKSHOP | $129**

This is a 12-hour workshop to develop the skills and techniques to become a successful video game voice actor.

Dave Fennoy has been a video game voice since the mid ’90s and has voiced a variety of characters in more than 100 games. He has been nominated for several awards, including a BAFTA, and won Dice and Machinima awards for his video game work. IMDB has named him one of the 20 best male game voices of all time.

The video game industry is the biggest entertainment business in the world, bringing in more dollars than film and music combined. Last year, 3 video games earned a billions dollars in less than 48 hours – a feat never achieved by a movie! This industry is growing and demands voice actors who can bring a variety of characters to life. To become a successful voice actor in this lucrative and growing market, you need both talent and the specialized skills video game acting requires.

You will receive an mp3 copy of all of your takes recorded during this workshop, as well as your coach’s feedback/notes.

  • Learn to develop characters who are believable and compelling.
  • Learn how to do auditions that book the job.
  • Learn how to figure out “what they’re really looking for” in a character, and what’s really important in the character description.
  • Create a stable of characters you can call on and adjust for almost all situations.
  • The “less is more” principle.
  • Learn to make dialog believable when you’re the only person talking.
  • Learn what to expect on the job.
  • Learn to do the character book… the character efforts sounds every game actor needs to know how to do.
  • Understand the art and the techniques of video game voice acting.
  • Learn how to protect your voice.
Attendees will spend a lot of time on the mic with actual video game copy and audition scripts.

The Root Interview

A recent interview in THE ROOT about yours truly. Check it out.

“Meet Dave Fennoy, the man behind the voice of some of the most popular video game characters around. The award-winning actor is perhaps most known for voicing The Walking Dead’s Lee Everett and is credited for countless other roles. You may also recognize his voice from shows like Young Sheldon, early Hulu advertisements, or ‘90s cartoons like ProStars. Despite having major success in the world of gaming, his road to the industry wasn’t linear.

“I was pursuing a career in acting and voiceover then video games came along after I was already doing this for years,” Fennoy told The Root. “It was only after being a voice in, 70, 80, 100 video games that I realized, ‘Oh, you know what? This is a special industry.’” Now, Fennoy estimates that he has voiced over 400 games.

Video games have proven to be a great escape for many, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. Video game usage increased by 75 percent during the early stages of social-isolation measures, according to a Verizon report.

“I think it’s a good thing we do have the video game industry and gives people an out. While we’re in this quarantine, I just want to say thank you to the people who are on the front line. I have a stepdaughter that’s an emergency room doctor in New York. She’s facing this every day along with the nurses, the people who clean the rooms, the people who are in the grocery stores picking up trash, the mail carriers. All those people that are still out there where we’re staying safe from our homes, making sure that we’re getting the things we need.”

Check out the video interview with Dave here.

Voice Acting for Video Games Webinar | May 7-9, 2020

Don’t miss my 3-day Voice Acting for Video Games Workshop as a webinar held:

Thursday, May 7th & Friday, May 8th:  7pm -10pm PT
& Saturday, May 9th: 10am-1pm PT

No more than 12 participants will be interacting with me, asking questions, reading copy from actual games and getting critiqued and guided into better reads. But for a smaller fee “flies on the wall” can see it all.

All Participants will receive my Voice Acting for Video Games PDF full of facts and figures about the video game industry, acting tips and techniques, what to expect on the job, and much more.

You will learn:

  • how to create believable characters that book
  • how to break down a scene
  • how create and honor a character’s inner dialog
  • how to eliminate ready reads
  • how to do character efforts
  • how to put together a demo that will attract agents and casting directors.

You can sign up below to be a full participant or a fly on the wall:

Get Your Game On LA 2020 – VO Intensive

The VoiceOver Network Presents




Are you an experienced voiceover actor ready to take your acting skills to the next level?

Are you wanting to get into video games and are ready to get professional training from an expert?

If you answered YES then this weekend workshop is for YOU!

We’ve put togther this amazing INTENSIVE WORKSHOP just for you! They are such a huge success that we’ve designed another spectacular weekend this year too!





Our amazing headline speakers from GET YOUR GAME ON LA 2020 have put together some very special INTENSIVE workshops for The VoiceOver Network community.

When you purchase a GYGO INTENSIVE 2 DAY WEEKEND WORKSHOP ticket you will get to spend the entire 2 day weekend with that instructor.

Dave Fennoy at GET YOUR GAME ON 2017


GYGO INTENSIVE ‘Character Development in Video Games’ with Dave Fennoy

In this workshop you’ll work with Dave on creating characters with a wide range of techniques and you’ll learn skills to take into auditions. This is a workshop designed for voice actors of all levels of experience.


Dates – Fri 28th, Sat 29th February and Sun 1st March, you get a ticket to the Friday GET YOUR GAME ON LA 2020 included in this ticket

Time – Friday 9am – 9pm, Sat and Sun 10am – 5pm

Venue – Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Airport in Burbank California 2500 N Hollywood Way, LA. 91505-1019

Ticket Price –

General ticket are $834 ( inclusive of tax )

Members DISCOUNTED ticket is ONLY $714 ( inclusive of tax )

* all prices are in US Dollars

If you’d like split-payment options send email to for details

Members make sure to log-in to receive your discounted ticket!

Get your tickets here:

**Please note that if you are booked onto one of the INTENSIVE workshop weekend listed above you already have a ticket for the Friday 28th as a SPECIAL BONUS and part of the weekend.