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Daniel Dieffenbach

French Lick, Indiana, US



I have a natural baritone voice and make use of my range and inflection to not only keep the listener interested, but have them enjoy my voice as well. I'm most interested in jobs in the audiobooks, or advertising for businesses, radio, tv and the like. My voice is professional, friendly, and neighbor-like. I also have some self-taught singing abilities if that ever comes into play. My top priority is being able to provide a voice over that is as close to your idea of perfection as possible.


English (North American), English


Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult

Special Skills

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


Voice-over work classes at the University of Southern Indiana.



A semester of broadcasting courses at the University of Southern Indiana.



AKG P220

Computer & Software


Special Equipment


Delivery Methods


Turnaround Time

24-48 hours

Service Description

My voice will add interest to any project you have. My natural voice is great for audiobooks and the like. I can also do female voices, and elderly voices, and quite a few other characters to add some fun or so you don't have to hire another actor. I'm young, very technologically literate, and very eager to work with you. I have a good age range to my voice and I'm very friendly and easy to get along with.

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