Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
Lachlan Conabree is a walking cartoon character. Born with a mild case of autism, Lachlan learned to talk around the age of 4 with the help of his favourite cartoons. By imitating the characters on screen, he began to gain confidence in his ability to speak to others. Now, many years of imitation later, Lachlan has become passionate about his voice and hopes to help other children like him.
Lachlan began his voiceover career in 2004 when he worked in Animation with Marcy Goldberg and Scott McNeil. From there he worked in voiceover periodically as well as acting.
Moving forward Lachlan aims to be advance his career by bringing as many characters to life as possible and hopefully voicing characters as lovable as the ones he grew up learning from.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
- A Modern Fairytale: The Magic Mirror (2015)
- "On Camera Audition" with Kirby Marrow (2013)
- Winter Olympic Closing Ceremonies (2010) - Turning the Tempest: Ensemble (Gateway Theater) (2008) - Grease: Ensemble (Directed by Richard Cox) (2007)
- The Wizard of Oz: The Scarecrow, The Wizard (2006)
- Audition Workout: "On The Mic Training" with Michael Daingerfield (2016)
- Private lessons with Jesse Inocalla (2014 – 2016)
- Impulse! - Robert (New West Games) (2016)
- Animation & Radio Commercial VO Welcoming: with Catherine "Cathy" Weseluck (2013)
- Animation: with Marcy Goldberg & Scott McNeil (2004)
Payment to Lachlan Conabree is made through Voices.com SurePay®, our escrow service that guarantees your project is completed to your satisfaction. Pay securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through Voices.com and when your work is done, simply download the final files, and release funds to Lachlan Conabree.
To invite Lachlan Conabree to audition for your project, simply invite them to a job. Share your project details to quickly and easily receive a quote.
Have questions about posting a job?
See how Voices.com works here.