Robert Karaitis

Orlando, Florida, US • 3:53 AM Local Time

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Vocal Skills

Languages

English (North American), English

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Accents

Australian, British, Canadian, Caribbean, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Indian (India), Irish, Italian, Italian American, Japanese, Jewish, North American, Russian, Scottish, US Appalachia, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US New England (Boston, Providence), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US South West (Texas), US Upper Midwest (Fargo, Minnesota), US West Coast (California, Portland), Yiddish

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Voice Ages

Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54)

Categories

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

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Studio

Turnaround Time

Depends on the project

Microphone

AT4040

Computer & Software

High end PC, multiple DAWs

Special Equipment

Guitars, keyboards

About Robert Karaitis

Overview

Hello! I am Robert Karaitis, a voiceover artist and music producer based in Orlando, Florida, and I would love to be a part of your next project! I am primarily known for my role as the orc warchief Thrall in the World of Warcraft fan film, Veil of Corruption, and have performed a variety of voice roles for fan-made machinima films. So if you are looking for a powerful, monstrous, or demonic voice, there is no better option. I have also been known on local radio as the host DJ of The Techno Show, which aired Saturday nights on UNF's Spinnaker Radio for two seasons of six consecutive weeks each. In addition, I have provided my friendly and energetic voice to radio commercials for conpanies such as Jimmy John's, Community First Credit Union, and ATServices of Jacksonville. If you are looking for a voice actor or if you have other inquiries about my work, please send me a message. Thank you for reading, and I look forward to speaking with you!

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Service Description

If you are looking for a monstrous or demonic voice, I am here for you! My regular speaking voice is friendly and perfect for advertisements, and my articulation is precise and clear. If you want a voice actor with unwavering perseverance, pristine clarity, and great energy, please do not hesitate to contact me!

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Experience

I have mainly provided voices for orcs in fan made WoW machinima films, most notably Thrall from Veil of Corruption II. I have hosted my own radio show, The Techno Show, which aired on the University of North Florida's station, Spinnaker Radio, for two seasons of six consecutive weeks each. I have also provided voice overs for radio advertisements for companies such as Jimmy John's and Community First Credit Union.

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Client List

Varath, Manus Negra (multiple voice roles)
Suge, Sugesmovies (multiple voice roles)
Jimmy John's (commercial roles)
Community First Credit Union (commercial role)
ATServices of Jacksonville (commercial roles)
University of North Florida (radio show host, assistant station operator)

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Education

Bachelor's degree in music & audio technology from the University of North Florida

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