Like on-camera commercials, I’ve been doing voice-overs for a long, long time. Some have been pretty crappy, others have been mildly entertaining. I’m sure if I looked hard enough, I might be able to find a couple of spectacular ones. This year I’ve done spots for McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, Verizon, Ebay, and Ice Breaker’s Gum.
For the past two years I’ve been one of the main voices for TLC (The Learning Channel), working with over 25 different producers and having voiced promo spots for some of their biggest shows, including Little People, Big World and American Chopper. Additionally, I’ve done promo work for HBO, 4Kids Entertainment, and Nickelodeon.
I’ve done animation voice-over work for numerous shows that have appeared on 4Kids TV, Cartoon Network, and Kids WB. There’s nothing better than getting paid to do silly voices. Plus, I never have to shave, dress up or comb my hair, allowing me the nostalgic chance to relieve my college years.
I’ve done several audio books ranging from historical non-fiction (snore) to semi-entertaining fantasy (ner-dy) to well-meaning children’s stories (life-changing). If you’d like to listen to 60 seconds of my dulcet tones over and over, click the link above. Then click again. Wash, rinse, repeat.