My voice can be described as: • Warm, conversational, friendly, best friend, buddy, pal, tough guy, athlete, jock. • Authentic, genuine, honest, forthright, professional. • Straight forward, expert, intelligent, sincere. • Wry, sarcastic, snarky, humorous. • Sexy, smooth, luxurious. • Fun, upbeat, hip • Calm, reassuring, knowledgeable. • Slightly reedy, cool, rock-n-roll Particularly good with comedy, "regular guy": best friend, buddy at the bar. - Beer, Sports, Cars, Trucks, Razors, Phones, Tech, etc. ("macho, cool guy") Smart, trustworthy, professional, educated and reassuring for presentations and ad campaigns. Ease with difficult words and foreign languages -- scientific, pharmaceutical, financial, geographic, etc, Upbeat, lively, story telling, first person narratives. Animation range: monsters, good guys, bad guys, soldiers, nerds, teenagers, kids, bad dads, inappropriate doctors, etc. Plethora of accents. Strong improvisation and sketch comedy skills.Read More
In addition to voice work, I am also an Actor, Puppeteer, Singer, Improv artist and Sketch Comedy Writer.
I've worked on many stage/film/television/radio productions and have portrayed many different characters/voices.
I pride myself on my versatility and ability to take direction. I will give you what you want, how you want it.
Over 10 years experience.
Taco Bell, Verizon, Xbox, York Peppermint Patty, Jockey, RefillWise, Trans States Airlines
Jimmy Patterson Books: Word of Mouse, Sci Fi Junior High, Laugh Out Loud, How to Be a Supervillain
Amulet Books: Dr. Critchlore's School for Minions, The Boy with 17 Senses
ESL learning videos
Promos for colleges
Animation/Video Game/Puppets include:
*Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Walt Disney Co.
The Jim Henson Co.
Jimmy Patterson Publishing
The Draw Shop
Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, NYC
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Musical Theatre, University of Central Florida.
Associates Degree in Digital Media Productions, Television/Radio.
John Tartaglia (Sesame Street & Avenue Q)
Noel MacNeal (Sesame Street & Bear In The Big Blue House)
Anna Garduno (All Grown Up, Angry Beavers, Digimon, Jak & Daxter)
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Quick turn around. High quality product.
Narrator Nate Begle does authors Patterson and Grabenstein proud. He infuses their hero, an escaped blue lab rat named Isaiah, with an exuberant, inquisitive, and persistent personality--surely what the authors had in mind. Isaiah explores the human world as he searches for his family, all the while offering insight into humankind and animals. While listeners initially may find Begle's mouse a bit squeaky and artificial, as Isaiah's quest to find his 96 siblings progresses, Begle's register lowers, making him a more convincing mouse. Isaiah's love of words and ability to talk, type, and orate are sure to win over listeners. Equally charming is Hailey, a human Isaiah befriends. Supporting characters have distinctive voices as well--especially the brown non-lab mouse, Mikayla, and the bumbling caretaker of the lab, Mr. Brophy. A.R. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2017]AudioFile Magazine
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