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Stephanie Wolfe

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Highlights

Specializing in accents, Stephanie has a warm, approachable voice. She can sound both mature and youthful and her acting skills bring her voices to life. She is able to invent character voices for fantasy games as well as commercial spots and has matched her voice to many famous actresses for the purposes of ADR in feature trailers.

Languages

English, French (Parisian)

Accent

British, French, French (Parisienne), German, Irish, Japanese, Russian, US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US West Coast (California, Portland)

Ages

Middle Aged, Young Adult

Special Skills

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

Experience

Stephanie Wolfe graduated with an MFA in acting from Rutgers University and has since been seen on stage, screen and daytime television, working both in New York and Los Angeles. She now focuses her talents on commercial voiceover work. Stephanie has also narrated over a dozen works of fiction in the past year in addition to numerous educational audio books and e-learning internet tools.

Credentials

Education

BA - Acting, San Francisco State University
MFA - Acting, Rutgers University

Joyce Castellanos Promo Coaching

Voice Over Clients

Audible, Inc
Hachette Audio
Talking Books Productions
InSync Advertising
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Payment Terms

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