Ray Nakamoto, a 66-year-old voiceover artist, got cataract surgery four years ago because his cataracts were preventing him from working. He now coaches voice students and volunteers for the Society for the Blind. He is shown at his recording studio in Sacramento on Thursday.
Ray Nakamoto, a 66-year-old voiceover artist, got cataract surgery four years ago because his cataracts were preventing him from working. He now coaches voice students and volunteers for the Society for the Blind. He is shown at his recording studio in Sacramento on Thursday. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Ray Nakamoto, a 66-year-old voiceover artist, got cataract surgery four years ago because his cataracts were preventing him from working. He now coaches voice students and volunteers for the Society for the Blind. He is shown at his recording studio in Sacramento on Thursday. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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