Monday, January 21, 2008

Hello! Bonjour!

OK....Take 2!!!

Blame this blog on my dear friend Bob Souer!

I hope that I will live up to his faith in my ability to add something of value to the Voice Over blogesphere!

So…who am I? Qui -suis-je?

It’s a question that we all seem to pose at some point in our lives!

But, for the purposes of this blog, “who” I am can be answered with the following statements:

I am a bilingual, English & French speaking Voice Over talent.I love my job. And that is a huge part of who I am. Someone who loves their “work.”

I grew up in a multi-lingual family (my father spoke EIGHT languages fluently, my mother FOUR). I am a native speaker of English and French, I can carry on a decent conversation in Russian, and can find the nearest “watering hole” in German, Hungarian and Spanish.

Feel free to check out my Voice Over website, by clicking here:

Now, to explain the title of this blog:
I am a Voice Over artist who speaks French….thus the play on words
In French, the expression to have a FROG in your throat is to have “A CAT in the throat” which is “Un chat dans la gorge.”
So the title really does cover my passions of voice over and language quite well I think!


Bob Souer said...


I'm delighted to see your new blog! Have fun and I look forward to reading your posts in the days to come.

Be well,

Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,


Can't wait to read more from you as time goes on.



Anonymous said...

Welcome to the "blogosphere", Liz. One MORE thing you have to manage for your business. Hehehe...

FYI - I added you to my blogroll and I wish you success with this endeavor.

Liz de Nesnera said...

Thanks for all your support!...and more piece of the business puzzle to manage....can I help it if I LOVE it!

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the blogosphere Liz. Have a blast, and thanks for the link to my blog. I'll get this site into my own blogroll shortly.
Bobbin Beam

voice over said...

Interesting! Being multi-lingual will add a lot to your skills as an artist. Great blog! Keep up the good work.

Thanks for sharing.