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Contact Laurie and Bio

Contact Laurie

If you want to find out about my voice acting services and hear my demos please visit to

Thanks for reaching out! I usually answer within a day or two. I really do care about your thoughts, so I’m grateful for the chance to learn what’s on your mind. xoxoxoxox

Email: (substitute @ sign for AT)
Voicemail: 206-350-6445

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Laurie’s Nutshell Bios


Laurie Weaver started podcasting as a hobby to rehabilitate her speech following a serious bike accident that contributed to her retirement from corporate technology. But as the host of Compulsive Overeating Diary, Laurie is more than a hobbyist; she’s a bravery guide who’s taking authenticity to a new level to define her niche and to help people all over the world who previously felt alone with their disordered food issues. As part of her own bravery during the show, Laurie pursued her dream and now is a professional voice actor based in Los Angeles.

Laurie’s also a trained educator, seminar creator and speaker who is known for her sense of humor and for making even the driest topic sizzle.

Expanded Professional third person blurb:

Now a pro voice actor and podcaster, Laurie Weaver retired young from a corporate job in technology and dove headfirst into learning what retirement had to offer. In addition to her career-long passion for learning and technology, Ms. Weaver is a formally trained educator. She’s created and presented many diverse educational seminars ranging from software usage and teaching techniques, to programming concepts for the non-programmer to how to discover your retirement identity. Laurie’s known for her sense of humor and for making even the driest topic sizzle. Now she’s out to bring that fun and joie de vivre to retirees, brave companions and other adventure seekers.


Former clients include: The Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada; Buena Vista Television; UCLA extension; Catapult Software training; The Business Forms Management Association; and The PDF Central Conference.

Favorite accomplishment:

ToonaCat (pronounced Tuna Cat) was based on a character I created as a 4th grade school teacher.

ToonaCat logo

ToonaCat’s Kids’ Club was an award-winning non-profit site I created and maintained from 1997-2000 to encourage creativity by kids.

Kids from all around the world submitted work for publication. Writing, Stories, Book Reviews, Art, Page’s made by kids and more. ToonaCat was a cat who hung out on the internet and encouraged kids to create. Kids really loved talking to ToonaCat, and I maintained no ads, no automation, and no time for myself to ensure that there was no spamming, no harsh words, or anything that would cause a kid harm online. Even back then, I was very concerned with kids being online unsupervised.

Here’s a specific example from the archived site that demonstrates the fun and international success of ToonaCat. One of the monthly features was “Ask ToonaCat”. This month’s question was “Are you a star?”
Feel free to explore and sample some more of the various content at ToonaCat’s Kids’ Club (archived)

ToonaCat’s Kids’ Club was featured as a Windows Magazine “Site of the Day” within two months of its creation as an AOL personal website. The resulting influx of visitors motivated me to get, one of the very first personal domains at that time, and it grew from there.

I’d like to revisit ToonaCat as a viable platform again, because I still think there is a need for kids to get encouragement to be creative and safe online.

Many thanks for stopping by,
Laurie Weaver