Having been an actor for over 30 years, my approach is all about the character. Commercially, I am best suited for natural, honest storytelling and best friend spots. But - and this is where character comes in - I am also ready to use my vocal range to give you what your spot needs - whether that's a gritty manly automobile spot, a goofy professor for a twist on your training presentation, or an old-school announce when needed.
Having also been a Project Manager in the corporate world, I understand the requirements to deliver a polished sales or training presentation, and can dial it up for a hard sell or pull it back for a more relaxed sell.
I take direction well and know that listening to you is really the key to achieving the goal. The bottom line is I will work hard to deliver what you need to make your project successful.
English (North American), English
British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), French, German, Irish, North American, Russian, Scottish (Lowland, Broad Scots), Scottish (Standard Scottish English), Spanish
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Business, Educational, Internet Video, Radio, Television, Videogames
Voice Acting-Technique: Pat Fraley
Voice Acting-Commercial: Nancy Wolfson (Braintracks), Scott Holst (Kalmenson), Huck Ligget (Voicecaster)
Voice Acting-Animation: Marsha Goodman (Voicecaster), Melique Berger (Kalmenson)
Voice Acting-Games: Zach Hanks
Voice Acting-Narration: Kelly Passinault
MXL 009 USB; Rode NTG3
Computer & Software
MacBook Pro v10.7.2 2GHz Intel core i7 4GB | Audacity v1.3.13
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