Baltimore, Maryland, US
Nate has a booming voice that commands presence and adds professionalism to any read, as well as being able to offer a more soothing tone to focus on during meditation. Nate's deep voice also makes bones shiver for those more sinister roles.
English (North American), English
Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, North American, Russian, Scottish (Standard Scottish English), US New England (Boston, Providence), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Nate has been performing since he was in Kindergarten, having a teacher that would have students perform skits and sing songs. During high school Nate was active in the Drama Club, and studied telecommunications. He received the Presidential Award for Academic Achievement and graduated in 1997. After graduating Nate studied computer engineering at the local community college, did some fashion modeling, and even started training as a professional wrestler. It wasn't until 2007 that Nate focused on a goal and enrolled at the Illinois Center for Broadcasting. While attending Nate rediscovered his passion for the entertainment industry, especially audio production and voice overs. After graduating from ICB Nate was hired by a suburban Chicago radio station as the morning show producer. Nate was eager to learn whatever he could while working in radio and would often help as a promotional assistant or assistant production director. After leaving radio and getting married in 2010 Nate looked to expand his voice acting resume. He soon discovered that directors preferred actors that could do voice overs, instead of just a self proclaimed voice actor. Feeling determined Nate auditioned for any acting roles he could find. He would go on to co-host the Godamus Gaming Review show on local access cable, and some supporting roles in a couple of short lived web series before landing the role of Gryson on the fantasy show Shotgun Mythos. Nate has not forgotten his pursuit of voice acting, however. He has been studying under the tutelage of the Addy Award winning actor Leonard Dozier. Nate's voice can be heard in the independent movies Uncommitted as Bhishma, and as The Alpha in The Forsaken Pages. Presently Nate can be seen in episodes of House of Cards, Veep, Evil Kin, and Amish Haunting. He also appears as Amos in the grindhouse movie You're Dead! Nate is currently working on starting his production company, Bone Box Studios.
Nate graduated with honors from the Illinois Center for Broadcasting in July of 2008. Studied under the tutelage of Addy Award winning actor, Leonard Dozier.
Audio Technica AT 2020
Computer & Software
Adobe Audition, Behringer UB1002 mixer
email, Google Drive
usually within 24-48 hours
Copy writing, audio editing and production, voice overs
Voice Over Clients
Six Flags Great America, 95.9 The River, 100.7 RXQ, 104.9 The Edge
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