Laid back, cool, relaxed, character, dialects Cool and conversational for commercials Imaginative and energetic animation work Crisp and professional narrations
English (North American), English (British)
Australian, British, Canadian, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - North West (Liverpool, Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire), Irish, Irish Southern (Munster, Cork), North American, Scottish (Standard Scottish English), US General American (GenAm), US New England (Boston, Providence), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US South West (Texas)
Middle Aged (35-54), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Back in '02 I took for granted that voiceover work even existed or that I could even dive into this world. So, luckily, I guess I can say that I just fell into voiceovers.
I had been working with my legit agent for a while when out of the blue I received a call from their voice department. "Pop in for a voice casting this afternoon", she said. Ok. I found myself standing in a booth with a big microphone in front of me and absolutely no idea what to do. So I just dove right in. Now I'd love to say that I booked that first job...unfortunately it took a few weeks, but I was hooked. I followed up with a few local radio spots and then finally landed a series regular role on the animated Series 'Jacob Two-Two' as Jacob's older brother Daniel. While working on this series I auditioned for and landed the role of Zuru/The Mystery Medafighter on ABC Family's 'Medabots'. While the on-mic experience was invaluable, I still hadn't had any formal training and decided that a conservatory program would be my best option. I auditioned for and got into The Circle in The Square Professional Workshop. The experience was life-altering and the training top notch. Further, my vocal quality was brought to new heights. From there I continued my studies at Edge Studios in NY where I continue to take lessons, seminars and workshops to this day.
CIRCLE IN THE SQUARE THEATRE SCHOOL TWO YEAR PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOP, NYC
Scene Study: Alan Langdon, John Stix, Allan Miller, Scott LaFeber
Acting Technique: Terese Hayden, Jacqueline Brookes
Shakespeare: Edward Berkeley, John Bolger
Physical Acting/Mask: Moni Yakim, Mina Yakim
Voice: Andrea Haring, Dr. Lucille Rubin
Speech: K.C. Ligon, Leigh Dillon
Stage Combat: B.H. Barry
Dance: Albert Stephenson, Larry Crabtree
Musical Performance/Singing Technique: Kimberly Vaughn, Kryste Andrews
Comedy/Clown/Improv: Jonah Emsig
Bob Krakower: On-Camera Film and Television Audition Class
Peter Miner On-Camera Class/T. Schreiber Studio
Tom Brangle On-Camera Class
Eric Roth, Noelle Romano - Edge Studios Voiceover training
Computer & Software
MacBook Pro, Garage Band
"Jeff is a gracious and giving fellow actor and a focused and diligent producer. He is an asset to any team. I would be equally thrilled to hire Jeff as I would be to work for him."Elyse Mirto, Actor/Producer
Voice Over Clients
Jacob Two-Two and The Hooded Fang
The Toronto Star
Oyster Bay Travel
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