Is Ruby Clark a voice over talent with singing ability or a singer with voice talent skills. She’s been hired for both and those people who have done the hiring have never been in the same room together to discover her secret double life.
But leading a double life is quite normal for voice talent. Whether it’s acting and voice work, singing and voice work, raising a family and voice work each plays off and adds to the other. In the accompanying singing demo, Ruby climbs the vocal mountain that is ‘Don’t Rain on My Parade’. And climb it she does right to the top. At the end of the performance your skin will have received a vocal face lift by the sheer force of it coming out of the speakers and secondly, you’ll race back to hear her voice compilation and what effect that vocal range has.
I’m happy to report back from base camp there is the same amount of foot
forward confidence and bravery to take on projects outside what she might be suited to. Did someone say bravery? That brings me to mention Ruby’s stunt work. Check out the MEAA Quarantine Fight Challenge on Instagram to see her with other tumbling, falling and firey stunt buddies doing what they do best – falling on their face and getting back up again.
Her voice demo has a full compilation of her range. One minute Ruby is the active wearing new owner of the local gym, next, the concerned girl friend of a partner who is finding trouble at the end of a beer bottle and then, the broad smiling vocal powerhouse so right for a retail sale on this weekend.
It might be easy to say ‘keep your eye on Ruby’ but her stunt and musical theatre skills would mean you would have to keep your eye on studios , stages and scaffolding over head to see what’s next for this talented performer.