Rebecca Johnson


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Rebecca Johnson

Category Radio
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Rebecca Johnson is a former model and actress turned voiceover talent. She is an articulate speaker and singer with experience in corporate narration and public radio who brings quality, excellence and professionalism to every voice session. Her vocal styles include: professional and authoritative, caring and calm, sensual, strong and technical.

Becoming an acress began when, at age 6, she started performing in summer theater in her hometown of Philadelphia. She was a cheerleader, participated in drama, band, choir, etc, she sings in her church choir and was a spokersperson for Softsheen/Carson products.

After receiving a bachelor's degree and teaching certificate in Theatre and English in Houston, she pursued a dancing career for several years with the Houston Jazz Ballet Company under the direction of Patsy Swayze (yes, mom of Patrick Swayze). After that, she decided it was time to get an agent and pursue her first love - acting. Having been blessed with a good voice in addition to acting ability, she decided to look into voiceover work to multiply her chances of keeping busy and avoiding having to get a "real job". As it turned out, there were many more professional voice over jobs than on camera acting jobs available in Houston, and so voice work became her bread and butter. The market was booming in the early 80's for a female voice talent, which kept her busy with radio and television commercial voice over work as well as voice on camera commercials, industrial Films, theatre, and feature film. She also became a member of Actor’s Equity and AFTRA/SAG serving on the board of AFTRA/SAG for 15 years and as the President of the Houston Local for two terms.

In addition to professional voice over and acting assignments, she’s taught many professional voice over classes and workshops. Teaching has always been a very personally rewarding experience for her, although these days, her busy schedule rarely permits her time to teach.