Angelique Fox  Helotes, Texas, US

Angelique Fox
/ 5 1 Reviews
Angelique Fox

Angelique Fox

General Demo


Angelique Fox is a voice over artist who can bring your projects to life while adding a touch of class, fun, and flair. Her voice is warm, sincere and inviting. Angelique's voice can be bouncy and younger for commercials targeted towards teens. She can sound warm and full for corporate narrations and on-hold messaging. She can be sexy and sultry for luxury items and romance. Her character voice can be high and bright for children's narrations.


English (North American), English


Teen, Young Adult

Special Skills

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


Angelique Fox grew up in a media family and has been in radio and television studios her entire life. Her television debut came when she was just four years old. Angelique is just as comfortable in front of a microphone as she is in front of a television camera. She has appeared in various radio and television spots and was part of Time Warner Cable's Connect a Million Minds campaign.



Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in English


  • Computer & Software

    Mac Book Pro

  • Delivery Methods

    FTP, Email

  • Turnaround Time

    Depends on the project

Client List

Urban Science Initiative

Payment Terms

Hire Angelique for voice-over work. Payment is made through SurePay, an escrow service that guarantees your work is done to your satisfaction. Send payment securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through then download your files from the website.

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Next Steps

To contact Angelique Fox 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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General Demo 121 Listens

Angelique Fox

1 / 5


Great job with the script. Everyone liked your interpretation of the script.

A. Garcia

Jan 22, 2013