Dennis O'Boyle


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Vocal Characteristics


English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (Scottish), Spanish

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British, Irish, North American, Scottish, Spanish

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Voice Ages

Child (5-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Voice Over Skills

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

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Turnaround Time

24 hours or less in most cases; let's discuss!


Shure SM-58s, MXL studio mic, USB, XLR, and others

Computer & Software

2013 Dell laptop, Dell desktop system, Toshiba laptop, HP laptop, Digital DJ, Adobe Audition, others

Special Equipment

Complete digital studio, also have Fender and Phonic professional entertainment systems, amplifiers, digital video, and more

Skill Overview

Voice Over

Deeply resonant "Voice of God" naturally gifted voice -- think of Don LaFontaine ("that announcer guy"), James Earl Jones ("Darth Vader"), or John Facenda (NFL Films)

• Award-winning Writer and Advertising specialist

Proficient, motivated, exacting announcer, narrator, voice over talent and marketing/technical and medical communications professional with Master's Degree in Mass Communication. Highly adept consultant, technical writer/illustrator, announcer, presenter, trainer, video producer, publisher and marketing generalist with exceptionally broad experience. multi-language translations and formats, personnel/training, plus all phases of advertising, broadcast, video, multimedia, as well as QA, ISO, FDA, DEA and other regulatory compliance requirements.

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San Diego Chargers
• JOHN "Schmitty" SCHMITZ -
Athletic Trainer

John Schmitz - Head Coach - Teacher - Trainer - 35 years
The Milwaukee Public Schools - Solomon Juneau and Pius XI High Schools, Milwaukee, WI

Schmitty says about Dennis O'Boyle, "Once you hear Dennis, you will never want anyone else to announce for you. Totally surpassed my expectations, just blew me away. Definitely the best there is. I am trying to get Dennis connected with the Milwaukee Brewers, to announce their games."

San Diego Chargers


Vocie of the Chicago Cubs and former Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster Pat Hughes, six-time winner of the Sportscaster of the Year Award, is a long-time associate of Dennis "The VOICE" O'Boyle. Pat of course is currently the radio play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Cubs and the t.v. voice of the Marquette Golden Eagles.

Check out what he has to say about Dennis O'Boyle, right here:
I’m writing on behalf of Dennis O’Boyle, whom I’ve gotten to know fairly well in the last couple of years. Dennis is seeking a change in careers and I can assure you that someone with Dennis’ ability, energy, and creativity would be a major asset to any company.

Dennis has unusually gifted skills in the areas of writing and other forms of communication, as I’m sure you can detect from his comprehensive resumé.

Dennis is not only talented but he has a very level, easy-going personality which makes him easy to get along with-- which ultimately is one of the most important characteristics for anybody in any working situation.

As someone who works in the sports world on a daily basis, I think that people with an athletic background (such as Dennis has) many times are over-achievers in the business world because of their past experiences including competition, stamina, teamwork, and the ability to overcome adversity.

[signature in hard copy; see website link, above]
Pat Hughes
Milwaukee Brewers

Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers


Coach Reeves:
Dennis J. O'Boyle is "... the best announcer that
I've ever heard. He has a job for life at Southern Miss"

Will 'The Voice of God' Bless Southern Miss?

WEST ALLIS, WISC. -- Jan. 24, 2004 -- Prior to coming to The University of Southern Mississippi, Coach Rick Reeves was the very highly successful head coach at Liberty University in Virginia where his teams won back-to-back-to-back conference tournament championships, made three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances, and posted a 71-16 record over that same three-year period.

His record also includes an undefeated 1997-98 regular season (28-0).

On April 15, 1999, Reeves became the third head coach in Southern Miss women's basketball history. This year, for the 2003-04 season, Reeves enters his fifth season at the helm of the Lady Eagle basketball program. In his first season, Reeves' team finished the season with a 17-13 record and a trip to the WNIT and 12-16 in his second season. His team finished fourth in the conference in his first season after being picked to finish near the bottom. His first victory at Southern Miss was his 200th career win.

His coaching honors include being named the Big South Conference Coach of the Year three times, the Richmond Times-Dispatch Coach of the Year, and VaSID Coach of the Year in 1998. One thing is for sure: Rick Reeves has been to the top of the basketball world, and certainly has heard many of the best public address announcers in his travels.

On the last weekend of January, 2004 Coach Rick was in Milwaukee with his team for the game against the Marquette Golden Eagles. Saturday night January 24, he attended the Racine Prarie game at Heritage Christian High School to watch one of his prospects for next season and was impressed by Heritage public address announcer Dennis "The VOICE" O'Boyle.

According to Reeves, O'Boyle is, "the best announcer I have ever heard."

He met with O'Boyle after the game and told him, "I would like to extend the invitation to you to become our official announcer, so if you're interested in coming to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, you have a job for life."

Heritage athletic director Ernie Welborn was standing nearby and remarked to Coach Reeves, "Dennis is the best. One radio station in town here calls him 'The Voice of God', and we are very happy with his work."

O'Boyle remarked, "We are blessed to have Coach Reeves with us tonight, and I will consider his offer," going on to comment that perhaps the university would arrange a position in the Athletic Department involving some publications production, fund raising and other work, including announcing all home games for football, basketball, baseball and more. O'Boyle said with a smile, "If they can offer a position, salary and benefits commensurate with my abilities and experience, it will make the decision easier to consider. In any case, I would not want to end up living in a single room and going door-to-door selling watermelon seeds just to make ends meet."

Southern Miss is also known as "Brett Favre University". It is the alma mater of the Green Bay Packers quaterback and three-time NFL Most Valuable Player.

NCAA Coach Rick Reeves
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About Dennis

Dennis O'Boyle

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Known as "The VOICE" Dennis J. O'Boyle was born with specially gifted abilities, including that classic, deep, powerful voice that we all love to hear as we watch it melt chocolate into a hot mass of delicious goo.

With extensive professional experience in television, radio, video creation and of course sports broadcasting and public address announcing, The VOICE is also an award-winning marketing communications and advertising writer with experience in these and other areas:
• Commercials
• Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
• Promos
• IVR, voicemail, phone systems, and on-hold messages
• Audiobooks
• Videogames
• Documentaries
• TV shows and movies
• Movie and game trailers
• Podcasts
• Disc Jocky "deejay" or DJ
• Master of Ceremonies "emcee" or MC
• Professional and amateur sports / games and more
• Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcer, spokesperson)

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