A full-time performer, Kenwyn enters the VO market with a diverse skill set.
Kenwyn enjoys creating exciting characters for video games and learning unusual accents, as well as giving her voice to compelling ad campaigns, and clear and concise instructional videos. Her home studio enables her to turn jobs around quickly.
She is also a balloon twister, cat mom, and is on a quest to sample all the potato chip flavors of the world. So far, so good.
Take a listen to her demos and find out for yourself!
English (North American), English (British), English
British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), French, French (Standard International), German, Irish, Italian, North American, South African (Zimbabwean), Trans-Atlantic, US African American, US Appalachia, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US South West (Texas), US Upper Midwest (Fargo, Minnesota), US Western, Yiddish
Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
The voice of Pearl S. Buck for the documentary "Pearl S. Buck: Life Legacy" produced by Continental Film Alliance
Video game character RAY, a 60-something madame and brothel-owner, in "Blackwell Epiphany" by WadjetEye Games
Video game character, DR. CHIGWA, a Zimbabwean Doctor, in the upcoming "Technobabylon" by WadjetEye Games. Release date: approx May 2015
Kenwyn is a full-time professional performer with a back-ground in stand-up comedy, sketch comedy, improv comedy, and is a trained classical actor. She is also a singer, her voice similar in sound to Diana Krall, KD Lang, and Annie Lennox. In addition to her deep, rich natural voice, she has a unique talent for diverse character voices, and learns dialects very quickly.
Kenwyn is also a writer, and was a fellowship recipient of American Film Institute's Summer TV Writers Program. Copy writing available.
Acting: William Esper Studio
Singing: Chris Dilley
VO: Shelly Shenoy
Kenwyn is also a writer, and was a fellowship recipient of American Film Institute's Summer TV Writers Program. Copy Writing available.
BA from Columbia, SC
Computer & Software
MAC PRO, GarageBand
mp3, .wav, Dropbox, overnight CD
24 hour turnaround in most cases
Kenwyn has such a rich depth of talent. She takes direction very well and she delivers with commitment. She has cornered the market with her repertoire of voices in the Animation Industry. Her work speaks for itself, take a listen or ask her for her Demo. You want Kenwyn on your talent roster.Shelly Shenoy, VO Coach and Casting Director
Voice Over Clients
Robert Campbell, Continental Film Alliance
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Kenwyn Dapo Commercial Demo 45 Listens
Kenwyn Dapo Animation Demo 11 Listens
Magnum Chocolate Bar Commercial 11 Listens
Ray in Blackwell Epiphany 24 Listens
Puffs Plus Commercial Spot 3 Listens
Cartoon Pip-squeek Maniacal Leader 2 Listens
Cartoon Sex-Pot 16 Listens
Cartoon Battle Captain 0 Listens
Cartoon Villain Queen Bee 8 Listens
Cartoon Teenage Boy 9 Listens
Cartoon Soul Necklace Heroine 5 Listens
Madison Square Garden Promo 4 Listens
Sandals Commercial Spot 4 Listens
Pep Boys Commercial 1 Listen
Argon Oil Commercial 12 Listens
Robert Campbell for Job #132331 Pearl S. Buck: A Life, A legacy / Pearl Buck Read I had a very tough character voice assignment to fill one that I knew would be scrutinized. The reason for that is the character was based on a real person a literary giant the nobel prize winning author, Pearl Buck. A person could easily go back into the archives and hear exactly what she sounded like. Not as easy to do when I do a film on, Abraham Lincoln. Even though he is an historical giant no one alive today knows what he sounded like. In this film the voice artist had to sound like Pearl but also convey a range of emotions and the correct "age" for the particular passage. The reads in the film ranged from age 8 to 80. More that 20 people auditioned and I just thank my lucky stars that Kenwyn was one of them. She was far superior in her demo read and followed my instructions and links to listen to what Pearl Buck actually sounded like. In her performance Kenwyn "became" Pearl Buck. She was a true professional and a joy to work with. She is a true 5-star talent and one you would be very fortunate to hire. Rob Child, Director - Pearl Buck: A Life, A Legacy.Mar 11, 2015