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Willow Wray

Sebastopol, California, US
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Willow Wray

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Willow Wray

  Sebastopol, California, US

Highlights

Willow Wray has been a professional voice-over talent, singing vocalist, writer and performer for over 25 years. She currently performs with Nicholas, Glover & Wray an acclaimed vocal trio that has won numerous awards in the San Francisco Bay Area for their outstanding performances and harmonies. In her earliest years as a vocalist Willow was part of a nationally known rock group “Joy of Cooking” performing backup and support vocals with Terry Garthwaite. Willow's family background is rich in theatrical and movie history. Her grandmother and namesake Willow Wray was known in the 1930s as Hollywood’s "Waltz Girl of Radio" while her great aunt Fay Wray achieved legendary status for her role as King Kong's fatal attraction. Her voice over and performance background includes stage, motion pictures, animation, industrial, radio and television performances. She presently teaches a class in animated singing at Voice One in San Francisco and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you would like to know more about Willow please visit her website: (Website hidden)

Languages

English, English (North American)

Accents

British, Irish, Italian, North American

Ages

Child, Middle Aged, Senior

Special Skills

Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames

Experience

Willow's voice has been heard on hundreds of regional and national radio and television commercials:
Hershey's, Levi, Hewlett Packard, Pacific Bell, Citicorp,
MicroSoft, Blue Cross and many others.

Voice of "Road Talk" - in-house monthly audio news magazine for Hewlett-Packard.

Motion Picture ADR: Featured: Mrs. Doubtfire, Strange Days; Toys, Nine Months, Willow-The Movie, and more.

Ability to mimic many popular vocalists as well as classic motion picture personalities.

Featured on commercials as Katherine Hepburn celebrity imitation. (See sample demo).

Willow currently teaches a class at VoiceOne in San Francisco ("Singing in Character) and is a consumate professional voice over talent with an in-house recording studio.

Credentials

Education

Voice One
Anne Macy Theatrical
University of Open Doors and Opportunities.

Associations

SAG-AFTRA

Studio

  • Microphone

    Rode K2

  • Computer & Software

    iMac 27

  • Special Equipment

    Logic Software, SoundBooth Software, Tascam FW1082, Sound Booth

  • Delivery Methods

    .wav; .aif; mp3; aac; etc. (that's particularly good ;-)

  • Turnaround Time

    Flexible - job specified; possibility of immediate turn-around

Service Description

• Produce, write, design and narrate online web tutorials
• Certified Consultant for ScreenFlow (a screen recording and editing software.
• Video editing (Final Cut Pro)
• Audio editing (Apple Logic)
• Professional singer (award winning vocal trio)
• Jingle singer with access to music resources
(e.g., other singers, musicians, studio)

Voice Over Clients

Hershey's, Levi, Hewlett Packard, Pacific Bell, Citicorp, MicroSoft, Blue Cross, The Learning Company, WalMart, Disney Interactive, Lucas Films, and many more.

Payment Terms

Hire Willow as a voice actor. Payment is made through Voices.com SurePay, an escrow service that guarantees your work is done to your satisfaction. Send payment securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through Voices.com then download your files from the website.

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Next Steps

To contact Willow Wray about your project, request a quote today. We'll walk you through the process step-by-step. It's fast and easy.

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  • Radio
    / 5 Mike Hachey for Job #31630 Efficiency Nova Scotia
    Feb 18, 2011
  • Business
    / 5 Willard Adkins for Job #30989 Gov Sebelius Takes instructions / directions well.
    Quick responses, and excellent work.

    Would be happy to work with again in the future.

    -Willard
    Jan 29, 2011