Selma, Alabama, US
Deep, sexy, soothing baritone that is able to express a line or thought using dynamic interpretation. Clients will LOVE his professional, clear read and slight Southern accent to draw in the listeners on any type of commercial, radio, TV or multimedia voice over project. Multidimensional, caring, confident, sexy , authoritative, dynamic, informative, articulate, soothing, powerful, positive, crisp, clear, memorable, friendly, adventurous, scientific, outdoorsy , natural, modern, intelligent, deep, resonating, soft, smooth, strong, sultry, adaptable, flashy, emotional, believable , easy-on-the-ear, beautiful, rich, warm and so nice.
English (North American)
North American, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
David Michaels began his professional career in radio as a Disc Jockey at WAMA Radio in Selma, Alabama at the tender age of 13, his voice, even back then, was marketable. David became the announcer of an after school, part time, radio show while learning radio production and broadcasting.
David grew in experience and after a year, transitioned into Broadcast Television at WAKA-T.V. in Selma (originally WSLA) and handled multiple positions. During his time at WAKA he worked as: A Master Control Switcher, Studio Cameraman, Field Cameraman and Studio Floor Director to produce and direct live and taped shows. David additionally was Technical Director for local news broadcasts, and provided voice overs for: commercials, severe weather statements and public service announcements, all the while serving as the station’s Public Service Director.
During those years, he filled in as an Engineering Assistant for transmitter power calibrations, meter readings, maintenance and adjustments and edited 2 inch & 1 inch video-audio tape and16 mm film.
In later years, he continued to work part time at WMRK / WALX in Selma, Alabama, and at WKLF-AM / WEZZ-FM Radio in Clanton, Alabama, during the Arbitron Ratings in the early 90’s, his show was second only to nationally known, Paul Harvey, while in Clanton.
From all this experience, he eventually acquired his Broadcast Engineering License.
Currently David is shooting a documentary for his own Production Company, Southeastern Productions, to shed light on Alzheimer’s disease, and has a second project in pre-production about the Civil Rights Movement.
David was also recently approved as an Extension Instructor in video production for the Journalism Majors at Troy University in Alabama.
Mr. David Michaels is available for all radio, television, film or commercial voice overs.
David holds a degree in Criminal Justice, and is currently working on a degree in theology. David has a General Radiotelephone Operators License for Broadcast Engineering. David is the founder of Non-Union, IIEG, (The International Independent Entertainment Guild) and is represented exclusively by Bjb Presents (which is a member of IMDB-PRO) His Manager is Ms. Betty Jo Butler.
Computer & Software
HP computer with special effect reverb and audacity.
Wav and MP3 format
Using my own production studio, Southeastern Productions. I am Professional, articulate, with good follow through, flexible, on time, on budget, and can deliver your high quality multimedia.
Voice Over Clients
WAMA, WSLA-WAKA, WALX-WMRK, WEZZ-WKLF (Hundreds of radio/TV commercial spots over 14 yrs), Alzheimer's Outreach Group of Selma, AL. And, The Vinnie Langdon Show.
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