Words are survey pegs marking the highs and lows of a script. The talent is the traveler. Working their way through the dialogue, seeking out the next opportunity to caress, to lift up, to go hard or to fully extend the sound of that word.
Good actors who have committed a lifetime to improving their craft have spent many a vocal mile with their travelling boots on, walking those pages, seeing those pegs and opportunities where others have not.
Matt Day is one of Australia’s most accomplished actors who seeks out the chance to work words to their full extent. He never misses an opportunity to seek out a word or phrase and internally ask “what can I do with this, how can I best use this opportunity?”.
Matt’s years of stage, television and film work – and therefore the countless scripts that have landed in ront of him – means he brings new refreshing eyes to word, phrase and sentence interpretation.
He has played everything from hopeless romantic to bumbling ambitious political animal and everything in between. If he can do that he makes a worthy travelling companion to your next audio project.