Ned Lott, Executive Producer, Denison Entertainment
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Executive Producer

Local Address: Beverly Hills, California, United States
Denison Entertainment
 
Background

Employment History

  • Producer and Director
    Lott Productions
  • Moving Castle Producer
    Howl
  • Producer and Casting Director
    English-language Totoro
  • The Learning Company
  • Senior Manager
    Disney Character Voices , Inc.
  • Senior Manager
    Disney Character Voices , Inc.
  • Board Member
    Sirenetta Leoni
  • Video Producer
    Sports Stories
54 Total References
Web References
Darren Denison & Ned ...
jennifertaylorlawrence.co.uk, 22 Dec 2010 [cached]
Darren Denison & Ned Lott
Workshops and Master Classes Posts from the Blog Vox Daily
blogs.voices.com [cached]
Ned Lott: Casting, Producer and ADR Supervisor. Having cut his teeth at Disney on "Cars," "Pirates of the Caribbean," "The Chronicles of Narnia," and many more, Ned is now a freelance producer and the Executive Producer for Denison Entertainment.
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Technorati Tags: Pat Fraley, ADR, Looping, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Terri Douglas, Eric Thompson, Ned Lott, Andy Morris, Buzzy's, Wildfire Post-Production Studio, ADR Sound Stage, and Voices.com.
Also on hand to receive awards ...
www.gaylesbiantimes.com, 2 Mar 2006 [cached]
Also on hand to receive awards were Howl's Moving Castle producer Ned Lott and Oscar Torres, co-screenwriter of Innocent Voices, which picked up the best foreign film prize.
The Japan Times Online
www.japantimes.co.jp, 26 Oct 2005 [cached]
"When 'Spirited Away' won an Academy Award, everyone wanted to do a Miyazaki film," said Ned Lott, producer and casting director of the English-language "Totoro."
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www.theatrebayarea.org, 3 Aug 2001 [cached]
When we spoke to Ned Lott, the casting director there, last year, the company was happily producing a steady stream of educational software for children (Reader Rabbit, etc).Then The Learning Company was purchased by SoftKey, which went on to acquire Mecc (the company that produced the best-selling children's game, The Oregon Trail) and Compton's (the company that makes encyclopedias and dictionaries).Finally, everything got blended with a company in France.
Today, Ned is part of this big conglomerate and is still casting animation, but not as much of it.He's spending more time casting traditional narration for the Compton's division, and he recently had to search for French voices for the overseas operation.On-camera casting for the foreign language division is in Knoxville, Tennessee (!), a location guaranteed not to help Bay Area actors at all.Ned still listens to all the demo tapes that arrive on his desk.Send yours to: Ned Lott, The Learning Company, 6493 Kaiser Drive, Fremont, CA 94555.He prefers DAT format -- and you should keep in mind that The Learning Company produces non-union only.
And then there's Broderbund Software, which produced last year's Codie Award winning CD-ROM game In the First Degree (Best Use of Live Actors).The company currently has no live-action production scheduled, though casting director Jenean Pearce Estivoy reports that they are planning to get into Quick Time video "at some point."Jenean, who teaches private voice classes on the side, is still in the market for voice actors, both union and non-union, adults and children, who are excellent with animation.She is doing double duty on the casting front now that Broderbund is once again producing the Living Books series, recently ending a three-year partnership with Random House.Living Books is known for its interactive CD-ROMs for children, such as Just Grandma and Me, Dr. Seuss's ABC, and Green Eggs and Ham.Estivoy happily accepts demo tapes, preferring that they be comedic, containing perhaps 9-11 characters 3-7 seconds apiece.
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Ned Lott at The Learning Company works with her from time to time.
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Bottom line update: The CBS show Nash Bridges brought most of the presents to the party during the past year, representing 2,600 (measured as "working days" by SAG) jobs locally.We all have our fingers crossed that the show will be picked up for a third season.
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