Jennifer has a warm low voice that ranges from professional to sultry to humorous. A professional actress, Jennifer is the right choice to help you create the perfect mood for your needs: informative for professional presentations; warm and sexy for commercials; humorous for character work; upbeat and enthusiastic for podcasts; and warm and modulated for narration. Jennifer's native language is North American English. She speaks some French. Her accents include British, French, Slavic, Italian, and German. Her dialects include Northern East Coast, Southern, and NY/NJ.
English (North American), English (British)
British, French, German, Italian, North American, Slavic, US General American (GenAm), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged, Senior
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Podcasting, Radio, Television, Videogames
As a trained actress, Jennifer has played countless characters from Shakespeare to contemporary farce.
She began studying acting and voice at the age of nineteen in Boston, MA and has continued her studies over the years with private coaches. She has a BA in Comparative Theology and Fine Arts and has spent many years in group facilitation and public speaking.
For the past ten years she has been acting professionally in Florida. Jennifer has been doing voice-over work for the past three years.
Her voice-over work includes television commercials, narrations and the Internet. Her most recent VO work was done for Cox Target Media.
Jennifer has also worked in television production as a producer, writer, director, editor and as talent. As a result, Jennifer also has a good ear for audio production.
As Trudy Heyman"Social Security" by Andrew Bergman
"Jennifer Sloane's exaggerated depiction of Trudy is spectacular. She presents herself as physically disheveled as her character is unhinged and anxious. Watching her take brusque potshots at her sister's lavish lifestyle is as hilarious as watching her writhe her way though protracted pretexts which only add up in her mind."
-- Clearwater Citizen, September 2008
As Elizabeth in "Angel Street" (Gaslight) by Patrick Hamiltom
"When Sloane's angelic Elizabeth appears on stage, she wears the part so well it's difficult to think of her as an actor portraying a role."
-- Seminole Beacon, September 2007
As Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde
"Jennifer Sloane is another strong presence on the stage. She . . . has proven to be very versatile. The role of Lady Bracknell is perfect for her command of the stage."
-- TBN Weekly, September 2004
As Eleanora Duse in "Ladies of the Camellias" by Lillian Garrett-Groag
"Gracefully knocking every line to the far walls, the team of Jennifer Sloane, as Duse, and Susan Demers, as Bernhardt, delight themselves and us with every heartfelt line. . . . Demers knows how to drop a comic line into a silence, while Sloane matches her unfailingly. When Demers and Sloane slip into a rendition of Romeo and Juliet's balcony scene, suddenly they are real, and that is the gift of theatre . . ."
-- St. Pete Times, June 2001
Bachelor of Individualized Studies: Theology and Fine Arts
Elocution: Rosalie Snyder Bate; NYC
Acting: The Actor's Workshop; Boston, MA
Brian Ward; Tampa Bay, FL
Tom Logan Film Acting; Tampa Bay, FL
Voice: Dante Pavone; Boston, MA
Public Speaking: JWB, Tampa Bay, FL
Samson CO1U USB Studio Mic
Computer & Software
Mac Computer System
email; CD; ftp
24 to 48 hours, depending on length or complexity required.
“Jennifer is a committed actress who enjoys her work. Audiences love her. She takes direction well, is flexible, creative, inquisitive and is a pleasure to work with.”Lisa Inserra, Broadcast Producer, Cox Enterprises
“Jennifer is a multi-faceted triple threat whose talent is exceeded only by her enthusiasm. She bring a great deal of insight into every role she place, either on stage or as part of the production crew. She's also an excellent voice, who comes equipped with a plethora of accents and personas. I would be very happy to have the opportunity to work with Jennifer Sloane again.”Tanya Coovadia, Saltwater Productions, LLC
"I volunteered to put together a TV Public Service Announcement for my church's yearly Winter Wonderland event and of course it all had to be done yesterday. I called Jennifer, and within a day I had the project completed and delivered! Jennifer, without ever seeing the video clips, took the script, made it her own, and added life, professionalism and an additional dimension to the TV spot that all involved were extremely impressed and happy with, not to mention the fact that the spot contributed greatly to huge numbers of the community attending our event."Ron Savelo, President, Vidmasters
"Jennifer was brought in as an experienced local actress working opposite acting students at Eckerd College. She offered an age-appropriateness that we could not have achieved otherwise, and lent a credibility to the overall production and rehearsal experience that I know the students felt and appreciated. I found Jennifer game, willing, flexible, and just the kind of temperament necessary when dealing with students in a training program. I would happily work with her again should the opportunity arise."Todd Olson, Producing Artistic Director, American Stage Theatre Company
"Jennifer Sloane is one of the most professional, versatile and talented actors I've ever had the pleasure to direct. Her style and stage presence are evident in any production she graces."--Robin New, Artistic Director, Early Bird Dinner Theatre
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