What kind of voice and delivery are you looking for? Personable? Conversational? Authoritative? Gentle? Energetic? Serious? Slightly humorous? Completely wacky? Crazy characters? I've been doing all of that and more for well over 25 years. I'm extremely versatile and devoted to bringing quality and professionalism to every project. Whatever you need, I can do it. If you need help with copy writing or editing for :30 commercials or long-form projects, I can lend a hand. I've written and produced dozens of award-winning ads, so let me put my skills & experience to work for you!
English (North American), English
Australian, British, Canadian, French, German, North American, Russian, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US Upper Midwest (Fargo, Minnesota)
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I've been working in radio and television for the last 27 years and have written, voiced, and produced thousands of commercials, including several award-winners. I've also voiced dozens of long-form videos and documentaries. My experience also includes hosting a live, weekly sports TV program, football and baseball play-by-play, and stage acting in local community theater.
Mississippi St. University/communications
Computer & Software
e-mail, FTP upload, voices.com
usually within one day
Hire Jim 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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Steve Collins for Job #55215 Voicemail On Hold Thank you it was a very nice job It will be perfect for what we need. thank you againMay 2, 2012