Portland, Oregon, US
Michael Burles is highly skilled in diverse video game and cartoon character voice creations, and is able to manipulate his voice drastically, from rich voiced heroes to deep gravelly voiced villains.
His voice is also perfect for sincere, intelligent, and conversational explainer videos.
Amazingly, he is also fluent in Wookiee (Chewbacca from Star Wars).
Lastly, Michael has a light, happy, and cheerful delivery, which can be great for children's stories.
English (North American), English
North American, US General American (GenAm), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Collegiately Trained in Theater and Improv - Whitman College
Voiceover training by Susan's Voice Media & Berkeley Repertory Theater
Bluebird Condenser Mic
Computer & Software
Mac / GarageBand
within 24 hours / as quickly as possible (depending upon length of project)
Copy editing, copy writing, proofreading.
Voice Over Clients
California Academy of Science - Voice over on their Citizen Science awareness video
ECG Check - Voice over on their website, explaining their product
meMINI - Voice over for their kickstarter campaign video
Onestretch - Voice over for their website, demonstrating their product
Clif Bar & Company - Promotional voice over for a QR code promo on Shot Bloks
Qwong - Intro track on their CD, Attention Human Beings!
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