I WORK IN THE VOICE OVER INDUSTRY AS A(N)
HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
Hi, I'm a voice actress, originally from England, living in America. I started voice overs before I even knew what they were when I was 17yrs old reading the newspaper for the blind on tape while still at school. Since then I've read for the blind on and off in America and finally the last few years have been recording from my own studio doing commercial work. I love it! Please check out my web site at www.VoiceXox.com
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Coco fina Cartoon Girl, numerous telephone messages on hold, radio commercials in England, Spain and Greece and various other things, if you'd like precise details please feel free to email me.
English and French
Young Female English accent varies from London, BBC, rural Norfolk, coloquial. Very young child voices can be done and odd eccentric charachters can be custom created . Sexy, young, emotional, quirky, mischevious, smooth and airy voice, like chocolate mouse.
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
Traditional BBC English, London slang, Norfolk, Southern England accents
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Middle Age Female, Young Adult Female, Teenage Girl, Child Male, Child Female, Baby
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
Audio TX, FTP, AIF, MP3, WAV
Phone Patch, 2 computers 3 microphones, mackie mixers
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I know you’ve been a member of Voiceover Universe for some time, but I wanted to introduce one of our groups to you.
I hope you'll check out and join a group called MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT. It's a group dedicated to discussing ways we can market ourselves - what works; what doesn't. You’ll find some very interesting ideas and concepts there! And we would appreciate your input. Click here for the link: MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT!
Thanks for your time! I trust our paths will cross soon!
Best to ya!
dan (daniel eduardo) hurst
btw you mention Wymondham is pronounced "Wind ham"... is that "wind" as in the verb, or the noun? :-)
It's so good to see you here!
Thanks for the add!!