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William Dougan

San Francisco, California

Commercial Demo

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BOBBY DOUGHNUTS

Los Angeles, California

E! Entertaiment Oscar recap feature

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James MacPhee

Toronto, Ontario

Characters

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Matt Ellis

Vancouver, British Columbia

INTERNET PROMO Mid-Atlantic Old Timey Announcer War Film Propaganda

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Voice Over Online Ad + 21 More
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John Byron

Los Angeles, California

Corporate Anthem Finish Line

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Scott William

Los Angeles, California

Scott William - Old Time Radio, Professor, Transatlantic Accent, Poised, Smart, Teacher

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All About Old Time Radio Voices

Looking to transport your project back in time to the golden age of radio? Opting for an old time radio voice will make your script sound like it's being read by a larger than life announcer from bygone days, back when radio was the dominant medium and families huddled together to listen to the nightly transmission. An old time radio voice can be both personal and animated, bursting with old fashioned charm and the warmth of an old friend.