Greg Lanzillotta

Toronto, Ontario, CA

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Greg Lanzillotta

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Languages

English (North American), Italian, Spanish

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Accents

Italian, Latino, North American, Spanish, US General American (GenAm)

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Voice Ages

Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Categories

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames

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About Greg Lanzillotta

Overview

Greg is an experienced actor with the boy-next-door voice you've been looking for!

Keywords: Commercial, Promo Trailer, Product Intro, Narration, Guy Next Door, Emotion, Natural, Approachable, Business, Baritone, Smooth, Raspy, Deep, Whisper Speak, Audiobook, Cartoon, Natural, Confident, Young Adult, Broadcast, Television, Radio, Internet, Animation, Animated, Cartoon, Corporate, Young, Mature, Authoritative, Confidence, Urgency, Current, Fresh, Relaxing, Sincere, Comforting, Call to Action, Athletic, Accent, eLearning, Education, Movie Trailer, Narrator, Humorous, Funny, Sarcastic, Real, Friendly, Credible, Honest, Trustworthy, Sincere, Relatable, Warm, Deep, Ominous, Sexy, Soft, Authoritative, Newscaster.

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Experience

Greg Lanzillotta lives in Toronto, Canada where he works as an actor and professional DJ. His most recent TV appearance was on the television series "The Strain", "Suits", "Flashpoint" and "Rookie Blue" directed by Paul Fox, as well as an appearance in the Syfy Network's “Warehouse 13”, filmed in Toronto for NBC. 2010 also saw Greg in the role of Mr. Middleton in the hit series “Little Mosque On the Prairie” (CBC TV). Greg also appeared in the TV series "Breakout Kings" (A&E) having worked with director Jean De Segonzac. Greg has also appeared in the award-winning TV commercial for "Toro Magazine" called "Vegas", directed by Craig Brownrigg at Radke Film Group.

In film, Greg has appeared in Miguel Sapochnik’s feature film “Repo Men” and he was featured in the short film “Calvin Carrington”, in the leading role, that was screened at the World Film Festival, in Montreal, Canada, in 2008.

Greg’s training involved Improvisation at the Second City Training Centre Conservatory Level in Toronto and has trained with master improv teachers Gary Austin (The Groundlings), Michael Gellman (Second City Chicago), Scotty Watson (New York) and David Razowsky (Second City Los Angeles).

Greg is fluent in Italian and Spanish; born in Toronto, Canada, Greg spent most of his childhood in Venezuela before returning to Canada when he was a young boy.

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Education

Voice Animation - Joanne Boreham Joanne Boreham
Speaking American - David Smukler, Eric Armstrong
Master Improv Retreat - Michael Gellman, Gary Austin Artistic New Directions, New York
Second City Improvisation Program - Toronto
Ongoing Voice and Vocal acting courses

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