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Who is the Voice of Netflix Film Club?

This is our fourth post in the ‘Voice Of’ Series, but a first of a different kind.

In this post, we will begin profiling and introducing you to the voice over talent using Voices, and the different brands and campaigns their voices are behind.

Here, we quickly sat down with Bryan Kopta, a veteran voice actor based out of Los Angeles, California, who is the voice behind ‘Netflix Film Club’.

With over 17 years of professional acting and voice-over experience, Bryan is the voice of many of the world’s most trusted brands. His dynamic vocal style has been described as velvety, fresh, sophisticated, conversational, and intelligent. Bryan can be heard on NBC’s Peacock service bumpers, in Redfin and Purina ads in 2021; as well as ‘Netflix Film Club’ videos on Youtube.

Here’s our quick Q&A with Bryan:

1. What are the brands your voice is behind?

Currently, I can be heard on: Bumper ads for Peacock streaming service, Netflix Film Youtube channel, Investor.gov, Redfin, Tommy John (radio ads) and Oreo.

2. What brand/campaign would you love to be the voice of some day?

I would like to be the voice of DeLorean when they release their new electric cars.

3. Are there certain brand spokespeople/voices that you emulate or use for inspiration?

John Krasinski, Paul Rudd, and Zach Braff.

4. What have been some of your favorite brand voice campaigns?

The Geico Gecko

Nike – “Possibilities” (w/ Bradley Cooper)

Chrysler – “Imported From Detroit” Campaign

Check out some of Bryan’s other work!

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