by Noah Michael Levine
Voice actor, writer, composer and performer Noah Michael Levine is a Nyack native who recently returned home after many years away from Rockland County. In this week’s podcast, the Nyack Village Voice with Noah looks at the inner struggle to be creative, it’s merits and its costs, too.
Hi all. Welcome to The Nyack Village Voice with Noah.
Being creative – in whatever forms my meager gifts will allow – has always been, for me, a passion and a purpose. Through the years my creative focus has shifted around some – but I didn’t care. I just wanted to create. It’s a force inside me – and it needs to come out and play. So I have indulged it – because even though there have been many ways in which I have denied myself in life – this is a core part of me that can’t be denied. It has been a source of great reward, emotional insight and release and, just pure fun. And it is something I like to share with others in the hopes they might enjoy it and – perhaps – in some small way – be moved or inspired.[ca_audio url=”https://nyacknewsandviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/nlevine_PurposeIntention-1.mp3″ width=”550″ height=”35″ css_class=”codeart-google-mp3-player” autoplay=”false”]
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Noah Michael Levine has over 500 different voices in his audio acting repertoire to use in creating audio books, for TV and radio voice overs and in movies.