George performed on stage with Oscar-winner, Christopher Walken in "Richard II," and had the honor of acting with the late Stratford, Ontario, Canada Stratford Theatre star, Nicholas Pennell in "Richard III." George acted with New York film, television, and stage actor Robert Sevra in "Hamlet." He starred as Hamlet in a short film of "Hamlet" produced and directed by Fax Bahr, winner of National Primetime Best Director Emmy, the D.W. Griffith Award, and Best Documentary Award from the National Film Board of Canada. Fax is best known as the executive producer of "Mad TV" and "In Living Color." George performed in three one-man shows of Shakespeare and in an outdoor ensemble production dedicated to honor Shakespeare's birthday. He also starred in several Radio Theatre productions for Delta College radio. Most recently George Asteri starred as Prospero in Saginaw Valley State University's theatrical production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest." George has been a voice actor since 1990. His voice acting web site is GeorgeAsteri.com.
English (North American), English (British), Greek, English
Arabic, British, Canadian, Chinese, England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Italian American, Jewish, Latino, Mexican, North American, South American (Argentinian), Thai, US African American, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US South West (Texas), US Western, Welsh
Middle Aged, Senior, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
George Asteri recently completed two national commercials for Mina Halal, recorded the narration for a 20 minute video about Ancient Greece for Dale Peterson, owner of VFT Virtual Field Trips Ltd., and an audio narration for a 30 minute video for Ibrahim Productions. He also performed in three television voice overs for The Listening Room, an audio visual shoppe located in Saginaw, Michigan. George also did a voice over for a major Saginaw county school district. George Asteri was also the spokesperson for three Timber Towne Discount Furniture television commercials. George has also been hired to professionally read Shakespeare and biblical verses at four weddings.
"Locked Away" Zombie Say Hello Productions
“Reality-Based” Horace Chavaz 14A Productions
"Hamlet" Hamlet Fax Bahr
"The Tempest" Prospero S.V.S.U. Theatre
One Man Shows of Shakespeare Various Roles Acted & Directed (Ann Arbor)
Outdoor Shakespeare Various Roles Acted & Co-Directed (Ann Arbor)
"Richard III" King Edward IV U of M’s Professional Theatre
"Much Ado About Nothing" Friar Francis U of M’s Professional Theatre
"The Good Person of Szechwan" The Second God Ann Arbor’s Civic Theatre
"Richard II" Lord Berkeley/Sir Scroop U of M’s Professional Theatre
“Bus Riley’s Back in Town” Salesman U of M’s Studio Production
"Hamlet" Claudio U of M’s Professional Theatre
“The Tell-Tale Heart” Narrator Delta College Mind’s Eye Theatre
“The Raven” Speaker Delta College Mind’s Eye Theatre
“The Wager” Lawyer Delta College Mind’s Eye Theatre
“After the Ball” Shakespeare Delta College Mind’s Eye Theatre
“Home Consumer” Home-owner Radio Café
“The Inquiry” Bounty Hunter Radio Café
Timber-town Discount Furniture Spokesperson Pegasus Marketing
The Listening Room Voice-over The Listening Room
George Asteri has taught theatre, speech, English, and history for more than nineteen years at the college, adult, high school, and middle school levels. George Asteri also professionally read depositions in the courtroom for a variety of trial lawyers.
George Asteri is currently a producer in James Alburger and Penny Abshire's VoiceActing Academy since its inception in 2010. Full-attendee at Voice 2012 in Anaheim, California --the world's largest educational convention for voice actors. He has also trained with Pat Fraley, Susan Berkley, Carol Monda, and Kevin Delaney, as well as many others. He is constantly hard at work recording, auditioning, teaching voice acting and learning about voice acting from his fellow professional voice actors and teachers.
George earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he majored in theater and English, and minored in history. He also attended Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, and Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, Michigan majoring in Secondary Education, where he earned certification to teach English, speech/theatre, and history.
AKG 414 & CAD Equitek E100S
Computer & Software
27" iMac, MacBook Pro & TwistedWave, GarageBand '14
P-Solo Single-Channel Microphone Preamplifier; Duet2 USB Audio Interface by Apogee; KRK vxt6 Powered Reference Monitor speakers; Beyerdynamic DT 660 mk II headphones; Mogami Analog Reference Gold Microphone Cables. SourceConnect ready and ISDN available.
Email, FTP, Courier, Mail, etc.
1-24 Hours or less.
George Asteri will promptly deliver your message in a professional manner using professional equipment in a professional studio in whatever format you wish. Your complete satisfaction with my professional recording for you is 100% guaranteed. I will not accept payment until you're happy with my recording.
George Asteri's work for Pegasus Marketing was brilliant. He was always professional, on time, courteous, effective and efficient. In short, I would recommend George Asteri without reservation.Pegasus Marketing
President of Pegasus Marketing
As for the large cast, only three or four spoke with clarity and conviction --in particular, the lead, George ... , as Prospero, he being a longtime Shakespearean buff who knows how to speak the words majestically. He needed to teach and coach the rest of the cast members, who clearly were not comfortable with the script and rushed words."The Saginaw News"
Janet I. Martineau
Thank you so much for your recitation at the wedding! It was wonderful!N/A
Robin De Ann DeBord Coe
Re: Job #122645VFT Virtual Field Trips Ltd. 888-659-5590
"Thanks, George! It's great. I look forward to Part 2 as well."
From Dale Petersen
Re:Job # 128859Ibrahim Productions
"Understands what is needed and does it well."
August 15, 2014www.VoiceActingWorks.com
This is just a quick note of thanks for your contribution to the fifth edition of my book,
"The Art of Voice Acting."
Your reading of the H.G. Wells tale "The Time Machine" is an excellent example of how an audio book narrator can literally breathe life into a story. Your story-telling style, your ability to understand the drama of the words and your talent for creating "Theater of the Mind" all go toward making your section of the chapter on Audio Books an outstanding contribution to my book as a whole, and a useful tool from which others can learn.
Thank you again for your contribution.
I wish you much success with your audio book work.
James R. Alburger
Christina Scanlan, Commercial Account Manager at Voices.com
Voice Over Clients
Code Film Inc. Voice-over Thomas Rickert
Ibrahim Productions Narrator Muhammad Ibrahim
VFT Virtual Field Trips Ltd. Narrator Dale Peterson
VoiceActing Works Audiobook James R. Alburger
Timber-town Discount Furniture Spokesperson Pegasus Marketing
The Listening Room Voice-over Tom and Marilyn Rodammer
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Commercial Demo 352 Listens
Audiobook Demo 85 Listens
Narrative Demo 133 Listens
"Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck 55 Listens
Christina Scanlan for Job #133289 VOICES - TORONTO TALENT - Television Advertisment Great work!Mar 20, 2015
Muhammad Ibrahim for Job #128859 Allan Watts style of narration or any style that gives a feel that a profound truth is being spoken in a lecture style Understands what is needed and does it well.Jan 14, 2015
Dale Petersen for Job #122645 Ancient Greece - Part 1 Thanks, George! It's great. I look forward to Part 2 as well.
DaleNov 10, 2014