A character actor in possession of a quirky and unique baritone voice. Can be either conversational, announcer, animated, serious, friendly, villainous, cartoony or narrator. But the one thing that is constant is that it's all believable and natural. Because of my theatrical training, I have excellent projection and diction, so you can always understand what I'm saying. Connect with me on twitter, @VAwill89, and facebook, Voice Actor William Turbett, as well as check out my website for my other voice work and full resume; www.wturbett.com. And as of late 2015 I am now SAG-AFTRA Eligible. I am also the host for the podcast One Geek's Opinion, which can be found on iTunes.
English (North American), English
England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), Irish, North American, Scottish (Standard Scottish English), US General American (GenAm), US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Cartoons, Internet, Podcasting, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I have been working on voice work for several years. Though I find most of my work in audiobooks, which can be found on Audible.com, I have been getting voice work outside of that genre as well, such as the animated short Banished as the Mini-Devil. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting, courtesy of the theatre department at Wayne State University. I have been trained in vocal quality by Michael Barnes. I have taken a voice over class, courtesy of the Michigan Actors Studio, taught by Sari Zalesin. I have been trained at various other places such as Carnegie Mellon, Interlochen and at Stratford for their theatre programs and I have taken acting classes at The Studios@Michigan.
Wayne State University Bachelor of Fine Arts
Michigan Actors Studio Voice Over Class
Shakespeare School, Stratford Festival of Canada
Carnegie Mellon Pre-College Program
Interlochen Center for the Arts
The Studios @ Michigan
Samson C01U Studio Condenser Microphone
Computer & Software
HP Pavilion with Audacity
Dragonpad Pop Filter, Noise Cancelling Box
Email, Voices.com, MediaFire
All work will be done in my home studio and all files will be either mp3, uncompressed .wav or aiff files, and I can edit the files with either background music or sounds should the client wish. Delivery for the files will be within 24 hours following recording of the tracks. For payments I can receive them via my Paypal account. The voice tracks can be delivered via the Voices.com site.
Voice Over Clients
James R. Vernon, author of "Bound to the Abyss" and "Decent into Darkness"
Charles River Editors, author of "The 1759 Battle of Quebec" and "The 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake"
J.D. Lovil, author of "Jigsaw World"
Troy Christensen, author of "The Tome"
Hire William 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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Kirsty Stark for Job #88101 William Turbett - Video Game Project Amazing work! Thank you so much!!Dec 4, 2013