Hi Reddit, Candi Milo here. I've been blessed to have an amazing career doing what I love, creating voices and entertaining others. I'm glad to be a part of your childhood. I had a unique childhood growing up, and it made me the woman I am today. I've seen failures and successes, and I triumphed over adversity and persevered. I'm publishing my memoir "Surviving the Odd". I also want to talk about what its like to be the "clean up girl", meaning I do multiple voices on episodes of new shows coming up: StoryBots. Interrupting Chicken. Curious George. Looney Tunes.

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420Prelude13 karma

I have a question: Coco Coco Coco co coco Coco Coco Coco?

telementmedia11 karma

Co-cocococo-co? Oh, Cocococococo!!!!

420Prelude6 karma

THANK YOU!!!! How did you manage keeping a straight face while recording the lines for possibly 2 of the funniest characters on the show (Cheese of course!)

telementmedia9 karma

Oh my goodness, the group records?!?!?!?! With Tom Kenny doing Eduardo and Cheese yelling at him. We couldn't stop laughing. Miss those days!

telementmedia9 karma

Good evening Reddit!

Valgal866 karma

What’s the best way to get into voice acting? Do you recommend starting with an agent? Or just going on auditions? Or starting with radio?

telementmedia8 karma

The best way to start is to read aloud - children's stories - and do all the voices. Then catalogue them in your head, so you access them hen you need to.If you are an actor already - you need to make a demo. Those are the first steps.

telementmedia6 karma

Candi Milo here!

Valgal863 karma

What was/ is your favorite role and why?

telementmedia9 karma

Cheese, The Flea, Goat (From Pig, Goat, Banana, Cricket), Teacher from Cow & Chicken - because they are all part of me and there were times that the writing was so dang funny that I couldn't say the words!!!!!!

JeffLynkz3 karma

What was the best/worst character you've ever played (in your opinion) and why?

telementmedia16 karma

The best job I think I did in voice matching was to take over for my GOOD friend Chis Kavanaugh as Dexter in Dexter's Lab. It was also the worst job ever. I had my own comedy and my own timing - and they wanted a robot to mimic Chrissie's timing - which was impossible. So it was tough... Do I sound whiny?!

JeffLynkz5 karma

You arent whiney, every gig has it's ups and downs. What was your least favorite independent role? (If you dont mind me asking a second question)

Edit: phrasing

telementmedia15 karma

Swear to you, I love what I do. I haven't had a bad gig. Just weird situations, you know. Want to hear something fun? I was at the very end of my pregnancy when I worked on Cool World and the creator Ralph Bakshi got me a rolling dolly so I could lie down and roll around on the set and throw voices to Brad Pitt and Gabriel Byrne. Not a bad ay's work! 😂

JeffLynkz3 karma

That sounds amazing.

telementmedia3 karma


JeffLynkz2 karma

What advice would you give someone who is interested in Voice Acting but has no idea how to even begin working with their interest?

telementmedia11 karma

Voice acting is first and foremost acting. Take a low cost acting class and learn the language of the art. And then begin to read aloud to yourself and kids. Watch cartoons and listen to who you like. Do not spend big money.

JeffLynkz2 karma

Thank you so much for your time, have a wonderful night!

telementmedia3 karma

❤️ Thanks this was so fun.