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Tom Stretton



I currently attend The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire studying Audio Production. I am looking to do any voice over work from commercials to audio books while I continue to further my education.

I have always been told that I have a great talking/radio voice, that I speak clearly and direct. I have been around other English oriented accents(US and non-US) and can speak pretty well in most of them(mostly East Coast/Boston, Austrailian and Southern). I can easily adapt my voice to any kind of mood: professional, exciting, fun, humorous, sad, etc...


English, English (North American)


Australian, British, North American, US New England (Boston, Providence), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn)


Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult

Special Skills

Animation, Audiobooks, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Videogames


School projects completed include radio commercials, voice-over for animated shorts, sound scapes, podcasts, etc.



The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire: April 2011 - present



MXL 3000

Computer & Software

iMac 21.5

Special Equipment

MBox 2 Mini

Delivery Methods

WAV(preferred), AIF, MP3(320 bitrate), CD/DVD

Turnaround Time

Two(2) to Three(3) days

Service Description

I provide a great voice to accompany your commercial, instructional video, animated film/television, or video game in a reasonable, professional manner. Please email (Email hidden) for further information.

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