Sue McElvogue

Los Angeles, California, US • 9:53 PM Local Time

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Vocal Skills


English (North American), English (British)

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British, North American, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US West Coast (California, Portland), US Western

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Voice Ages

Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)


Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Radio

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Turnaround Time

24 hours or less



Computer & Software

Toshiba laptop

Special Equipment

Home sound studio



I was in a featured article on Suchavoice, February 2016 Spotlight on new talent. I recently won 3rd place at the Ventura County Fair in their oral, dramatic storytelling event. I did a voiceover for a local Health commercial for Dupont Studios. I just completed a voice over recording for the Simi Valley Senior Center. I just finished doing a voiceover for the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District. I recently did a storytelling presentation to the Strathearn Historical Society. More recently, I have done phone answering messages for major companies, narration for historical videos and narrations for Civil War enactments. I have had years of Training in Theater Arts. I was a dance finalist on Holland America's "dancing with the stars". I made a promotional short film for a rock group. I have been on YouTube being interviewed for volunteer work that I have done at Cal State University, Northridge.

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Service Description

I can provide narrration for Documentaries and audiobooks, Also voice overs for Businesess, Corporate and Educational videos; Radio, TV commercials; Movie Trailers and phone messaging recordings. I have done radio voiceovers and Narrations for the Blind on Gatewave Radio.

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Theater Arts- Community Theater
Lectures, Oral presentations.
I held a Training Coordinator position for years. Speaking engagements for large groups of people, sometimes over 500 at a time.
Tour Guide for a public museum.
Local Radio Voiceover for a Health Care company.
Announcer Voiceover work for Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District
Documentary Voiceover work for Strathearn Park and Historical Museum.
Theatrical performance - Twice received 3rd place ribbons for an Oral History Presentation at the Ventura County Fair

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Client List

Rancho Simi Recreation and Parks District, Narrated 50+Community Games video
Simi Valley Historical Society, Strathearn Museum, Narrated their public relations video
Simi Valley Senior Center, Narrated their special event video
Ventura County Fair, Awarded 3rd place in the their Oral History competition
Dupont Studios, did the voiceover for a local commercial for Trusted Health
Gatewave, on their list for voiceovers for the blind

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I have a B.A in Theater Arts. I have had years of doing Community Theater and Readers Workshops.
Recently, was I was featured in Suchavoice, Spotlight article.
Did Radio voiceover work for a local radio station.
Announcer voice for a Recreation and Park video.
Narrated an Education video for a local museum.
Won several cash prizes, placing 3rd place at the Ventura County Fair ion the Oral History Presentation

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Such a voice Talent Spotlight, February 2016 featured article on Sue McElvogue

Here at Such A Voice, we don’t just prepare students for their demos. We get them ready for their career in voice overs. And in many ways, their success is our success. That’s why we want to share the success stories of some of our recent students.
This week, we’re catching up with Sue McElvogue. Sue finished her Such A Voice training last year and has already started booking regular clients – and even winning awards. Here’s what she had to say.

SAV: What inspired you to get into voice overs?
Sue: I’d say it was my background in Theater Arts. I enjoy acting and this field works with my schedule.
SAV: Who was your instructor at Such A Voice and what made them a good fit for you?
Sue: My instructor was Bill Sleeper and then Alan Schwartz. Bill made me aware to not get into “announcer mode” and how to accent and not accent certain words. Alan gave me constructive criticism on my auditions. They were both good fits for me. I appreciate their honest opinions of my work.
SAV: What was the biggest challenge you faced during your VO training and how did you overcome it?
Sue: My biggest challenge was being impatient. I wanted to start right away with auditions while I was going through the class. I overcame it when my instructor started to give me advice on the scripts I was reading. I realized how important his advice on my readings was to me delivering better readings.
SAV: What do you see as your VO strengths and how do you use that in your work?
Sue: I have a natural pleasing sounding voice. I try to just be natural and not “act” but rather just talk.
SAV: How did you get your first VO job?
Sue: My first VO job was for a park district. I volunteered my time for doing a voice over for their video. I have since moved on to paying jobs.
SAV: What other VO jobs have you booked since joining our program?
Sue: I have booked several voice overs for that park district as well as for a senior citizen center. I also was a cash prize winner at the Ventura County Fair in their Oral History Category. I recently did a local commercial for a health ad for a local studio in Washington, D.C.
SAV: What have you learned about the industry since leaving the program?
Sue: I’ve learned that the industry is very convenient if you have your own home studio. But I also realize that the whole world is now competing with me for auditions. I really have to be right on when I do my auditions.
SAV: What did you take away from Such A Voice that has been most beneficial to your career so far?
Sue: What I took away from Such A Voice is that I feel I am more prepared to compete with the tools that I learned from my coaching. I have more understanding of auditioning and using my home studio.
SAV: What advice would you give to aspiring voice talent?
Sue: The advice that I would give is to study with Such A Voice. They provide online classes, tutoring, and help for a long period of time. I still look at their tutoring programs.
SAV: Is there anything else you’d like to add?
Sue: I am so happy doing voice overs! It’s fun, challenging and very interesting. And I want to say thank you to Such A Voice for a great foundation from which I can launch my career.


2015 Competed in their storytelling event and placed 3rd in the competition.

Ventura County Fair

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Rancho Simi Recreation and Parks District, 50 + programs.

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