Rudolf Baldonado helped train Liza Soberano for her first-ever voice acting role in TreseOnNetflix.
Fundraiser initiatives were launched on behalf of voice artist director Rudolf Baldonado, who directed the Filipino dubbers of Netflix's 'Trese,' to
, a non-profit organization composed of voice talents in the country.The group said that Baldonado recently suffered a heart attack that was caused by acute transmural myocardial infarction.A Facebook post about the campaign was shared by VocAlliance on May 15, 2021.
Baldonado was described as “one of the beacons” of the voice acting industry who is also a voice actor, director, translator, lyricist and voice-over coach.VocAlliance said that he is also the founder and president ofSynchresis, Inc., one of the most trusted localization groups in the Philippines.
Baldonado also voiced the Filipino version of “Spongebob” on television, among many other roles.“He is much loved, highly-respected, and absolutely indispensable to the dubbing industry. He’s the man responsible for some of the best localization projects to have ever graced and will ever grace our screens. He has provided guidance, training, and numerous ‘roles-of-a-lifetime’ to so many talents over the 20+ years of his career,” the group said. headtopics.com
“Rudolf is presently in dire need of an angioplasty, a procedure to prevent his condition from exacerbating. We’re rallying to get everyone’s assistance in raising funds to pay for Rudolf’s operation, as well as other hospital expenses that may undoubtedly arise,” VocAlliance added.
Angioplasty is a medical procedure that opens up blocked blood vessels, particularly coronary arteries. It is done to help improve one’s blood flow to the heart.An online fundraising concert was also launched by religious groupSolemne Ministryfor Baldonado’s treatment and medical needs.
It will stream on July 31 at 7 p.m. and will feature performances of Father William Garcia, the Lahing Kayumanggi Mananayaw ng Marikina SFCLKM Inc. and HANGAD. Baldonado directed all of the voice talents behind the Filipino version of the “Trese” adaptation on Netflix, including actress
Liza Soberanowho voiced its titular character. The actress previously shared that her one-on-one voice sessions with Baldonado greatly helped her prepare for her role which she was initially hesitant to take on.“That was actually very helpful because he was the one who taught me all the different techniques and what to do and what not to do when you are doing the voice-over,” Liza said in an interview with headtopics.com
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PhilstarNews Since it is Liza, I won’t donate any centavos for a lousy actress!
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