The Career Highlights Of Paula T. Lin

At The Definitive Voice and Act, my professional voice talent developed naturally from years of hard work, enthusiasm, and persistence. My career achievements have always been something I am extremely proud of. I have grown personally and professionally and am thrilled to continue on with my work both through creative consulting and acting in New York and beyond.

"I am shooting and casting a new short film in CT, and I would like to audition you for one of the roles. You have a great look and voice, so rare and important in casting for film."
- Keith Bearden

I am honored to be discovered by multiple-award-winning writer/director Keith Bearden
to play the role of "Connie" in "No Costume? No Candy!"

One of my many Standardized Patient gigs under the umbrella of Yale School of Medicine Learning Center

On-Air Experience

After gaining experience in voice acting, I expanded my talents to on-camera reporting and acting roles. The bulk of my on-air experience has been to use my vocal skills for radio and TV, mostly newscasts. I am a multi-award-winning broadcast journalist. My voice has been aired globally, nationally, and locally.

Often, I reflect on my experience at CNN radio division and Headline News to be an amazing, unforgettable adventure. I was able to participate in highlights, such as the Persian Gulf War, the Centennial Olympics bombing in Atlanta, and the O.J. Simpson debacle in Los Angeles.

I am an actor at the Yale Medical School Learning Center, and have been officially and professionally inducted into the IMDb as a film actor. I played the role of Genevieve in the CNN series, The Hunt with John Walsh, and performed as a Reading Terms Instructor in a Pearson Educational Video.

You can also spot me in the latest Mark Ronson music video as Cat Woman. The featured song in this video is
"I Can't Lose".

Mic - fitting at NJ Honda Dealerships shoot

More Of My Success Stories Include:

• The King Farm Chronicle August 2007 issue featured a spotlight article on my professional
• Website article published in the 2008 October issue of Asian Fortune Newspaper about the
   launch of TDV.
• Won the role of Facilitator at the 2008 Montgomery County Media Arts Festival.
• Article on "Staying the Course in the Voice Over Industry" appeared in highly-regarded
   newsletter in
Asian Week's November 25, 2005, issue featured my remarks on corporate diversity.
• Initial, professional voice of The Positive News Network podcast.
• Resident Spotlight in the latest, glossy Orange Life Magazine.
• A full page profile in Self-Employed America Magazine in 2009.
• Snapshot article on me and my career on the Connecticut School Of Broadcasting's website.
• Video Acting in eLearning projects "Words that Hurt" and "When You Feel Left Out."
• Voicing the first virtual TV promos for Entrepreneurs that SOAR:  Promo 1  Promo 2
• Provided voice to two successful projects: MAPFRE video and SinglesFly computer app.
• Performed as a judge in the first-ever So You Think You've Got Talent show.
• Hired as Actor in Word Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a White House reporter pool
• Provided a one-time gift narration of the audio book PROVENANCE, which appeared in the
   August 2010 Amity Observer news.
• First to narrate Grantham University's Virtual Website Tour.
• Background movie gig filmed in Connecticut.

Another highlight of community involvement is the 2016 S.T.E.M. Conference at Trinity College, CT. I taught "Speaking Superbly" to help young girls communicate more effectively as they progress in their education to the real world.


Ci Ci, a well trained lab puppy actor, was my partner in a regional health commercial!

My Work Achievements

Being of Chinese ancestry myself, I was thrilled to be a small part of the 2008 Olympics in China. General Electric Co. selected me to voice the English translations of Chinese female sound bites for the Beijing Pride video.

At the 2008 Lunar New Year Event in Metro DC, I was honored to be a special guest speaker. I spoke on accolades for the State Farm and Organization of Chinese American's sponsorship of The Entrepreneur Empowerment Program.

Over the years of my career, I focused on making lemonade out of lemons. I was recognized as a top finalist in the 2007 and 2009 Voice-Over Victory contests. News about the competition results were featured in

Latest Noteworthy Voice Over Projects Include:

• An Audiobook Gift of a New York Times Bestseller for a Client's Visually-Impaired Friend
• A Regional Radio Healthcare Spot Geared Toward Helping Seniors
• An On-Camera Role for a Major Pharmaceutical Company's Video
• U.S. Government Military Scripts for Educational Purposes

I played the role of Cheryl Shaw in the upcoming comedy movie MINT ON CARD, being filmed in Connecticut. Enjoy MINT ON CARD's movie trailer.

MINT ON CARD MOVIE PREMIERE NIGHT! MY MOTION PICTURE DEBUT! HERE'S WHAT TOP BRASS HAD TO SAY:  Paula T. Lin was recently cast in the independent motion picture, Mint On Card where she portrayed Cheryl Shaw, a witty bowling enthusiast who demands that her bowling shoes be fresh smelling and ultra clean. Director, Mark Foley, described Paula’s performance as, “Completely standout to the point where she may have delivered my favorite scene shot at Laurel Lanes.” Mint On Card’s Executive Producer, Aaron Vnuk, added, “The role was originally supposed to be played by a male actor, but when Paula auditioned for us in January we knew we had to rewrite the role for her. She is a gifted actress and is one we will cast in future projects."