Voices can range from warm, lighthearted and enthusiastic guy next door To a studious college student. Great for TV promos and commercials that cater to the 18-35 demographic. Some good fits: - Network ID's - Food Chains - Toys - Banks looking to shed the old stuffy image - Young Dads & Husbands - Video Game Characters - Many more All the best! ~TED~
English (North American)
Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I am an Actor and Voice Over Artist. I can be heard on many video games, TV, Radio and Web-Media pieces. On screen I play the character "Leo Edvy" on NBC's prime time Medical Drama, "Trauma". I own a studio with 24 hour access so you can count on a quick response and fast turnaround. My sound is great for a wide variety of projects. Take a listen to some of my recent commercial and character work by clicking on the demos on my page!
Here are a few of my recent Clients:
- Alameda County Fair 2010 (TV & Radio)
- Dairy Queen
- Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant
- Namco-Bandai Games
- Wii - Active Life Extreme Challenge
- Plant with Purpose
- MTV Visa
- Capitol One
- Paramount Studio Games - Top Gun
- Splashdown Beach Waterparks
- Dial M for Max – Animated Series
- Of Course Golf
- ZUMO Drive – HP Cloud Drive
- Santa Fe College
- Tobacco Free Nebraska
- RGT Youth
- Slazenger Golf
- COX Communications
- Florida Department of Transportation
Computer & Software
Various pro-audio software
FTP; Email; CD; DVD
24 Hours (possibly less in needed)
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