Austin, Texas, US
The voice of Maria Katayama is cheerful, friendly, caring, intelligent, sophisticated, confident, sultry, and witty. Coming from a multicultural background, as well as being raised in England, Japan, Canada, and the United States (California), Maria is proficient in numerous accents, including British, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and French.
English (North American), English, English (British), Portuguese (Brazilian)
British, French, Japanese, Korean, North American, South American (Brazilian), Portuguese
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Movie Trailers, Radio, Telephone
Maria is a professional voiceover artist with over 5 years experience.
A truly versatile artist, Maria does radio voiceovers, corporate narrations, educational & e-learning, website voiceovers, on-hold messages, voicemail greetings, phone prompts, retail, medical, political, real estate, animation, character work, audiobooks, children's books, documentaries, and film & television promos.
She also specializes in character voices and unique dialects (British, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, French).
Pasadena City College
Voiceover training from VoiceCoaches
I'm very efficient, pay close attention to detail, provide excellent customer service, and can be reached anytime by email, phone, or Skype. I look forward to working with you!
Voice Over Clients
Audiobooks on (Website hidden) (books from Thomas Nelson publishers, a subsidiary of Harper Collins)
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