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What we can learn from Robin Williams’s Inborn Voice to improve our acting and our everyday life

What we can learn from Robin Williams’s Inborn Voice to improve our acting and our everyday life

I have just started a new adventure of mine. I’ve decided to share some of my personal knowledge related to voice training and vocal coaching in a new series of videos: “What we can learn from”. I hope you will enjoy it as much as me!

When I started this project I wasn’t aware of the HUGE amount of work involved in creating a video, but now I’m committed and I plan to release a new video every week. At present time all my new Vocal Coaching videos will be released for Patreon supporters only and they will be in English!
If you would like to enjoy the full video without being one of my patrons, you will have to subscribe to my Mylena Vocal Coach Youtube Channel and activate the little bell to be among the first to know when they will be released. At some point I will release them also for free. I will earlier release the video over my Vocal Coaching App for IPhone and IPad so I suggest you download it right away!

I would really love to receive your feedback so to improve my next videos. Please comment on this post, the video, or on Patreon to let me know!

The first video is about the Inborn Voice of the great actor Robin Williams. In this video, I will review the evolution of his voice during his career.

If you are an actor or a voice-over artist, this is a huge opportunity for you to grasp how to practice his roles or how to express the same set of emotions. If you are a businessman or a common people, you can still learn a lot from Robin’s voice.

The Inborn Voice is the connecting bridge between what you feel deep inside and what you are able to project out. Every single time that you use your Inborn Voice your acting is more intense: you will become a great actor and a great actress if you follow my teaching, I can guarantee that!

From Robin, we can learn to exaggerate a little bit, especially if you are shy. Try a little bit to raise your voice, stretch your face, and enjoy playing the scenes I have selected while following the script.

We can also learn the passion! if you think that you’re not able to express passion through the voice, if you’re a teacher and your students are not paying attention to your lessons, the scene I have selected for practice will be of great inspiration!

We can also learn how to be funny, how to enjoy life, and how to put a mask and try to be someone else playing with your voice, with a little bit of high tones.

Finally, we can learn how to manage pauses. Silence. This is as important as the voice itself, to give people time to stop and feel the emotions you are transmitting!

If you have any questions about your voice, your Inborn Voice, or any other topic of this video, please let me know in the comments below!

Here is a preview of the video!


The full Vocal Coaching Session about What we can learn from the acting of Robin Williams is exclusively available on Patreon.

The video will feature clips from these movies:

  • Good Morning Vietnam at 1:19 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id480078729)
  • Dead Poets Society at 3:24 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id206329496)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire at 7:24 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id434021427)
  • Bicentennial Man at 11:40 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id188705997)

and the What We Can Learn section at 16:15.

You can find the script for practicing at ScriptCity or ScriptFly. Remember that the movie transcript is not a Script. The Script includes notes and things that are in acting but not in the words.