Amy Church has been an Actor for over 25 years. Living near the Atlantic Ocean in Wilmington, NC with her family… Amy enjoys auditioning on a regular basis for television, movies and commercials. Her credits include many Theater productions over the years like “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Suddenly Last Summer” and “Born Yesterday”; as well as, television shows like “Dawson’s Creek” and “One Tree Hill”.
Barry Greene, a native of St. John's, Newfoundland, was trained as a
classical actor in England and Canada, and over the past 35 years has appeared in many classical and contemporary plays, as well as television and feature film productions between Canada and the United States. His voice has been heard broadcasting on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as well as on audiobooks, radio and television commercials and documentary films. Among his current projects is the audio version of If I Were Your Daddy, This Is What You'd Learn, by Julia Espey, scheduled for release in June, 2011, episodes of Hard-Drive 13—a new 'web-tv series', and adapting a prominent British novel to a screenplay.
Barry Campbell began life as a nuclear engineer officer in the US Navy submarine force. He developed his voice-over skills briefing Admirals and Congressmen. Barry studied voice acting with several accomplished voice acting coaches in the southern California area and is now a seasoned audio book narrator and producer.
Bob records the intros and exits for our CD Audiobooks and MP3 Audiobook Downloads.
In the Top 50 All Time Voices.com Favorite Voices! Smooth, mature baritone but capable of everything from serious religious and political reads to zany characters and cartoons. As an audio producer, Bob Barnes reads with your post work in mind. He's a full-time voice pro with a keen knowledge of the constraints of budgets and importance of deadlines. (See his feedback page for a long list of satisfied clients and lots of 5-star ratings!) He guarantees his work to be satisfactory no matter what type of client he might be working for. Bob's studio was acoustically designed by professionals at Auralex. It's equipped with Sony Audition (cool Edit Pro) and a host of microphones, including Neumann U-47, Shure SM-7, RCA 44-BX ribbon, Shure SM-82 or Electro Voice V-3 Ribbon. Phone patch available so you can hear me and direct Bob during the session from your phone. No charge for studio use for voice over sessions. If you need post work, Bob hs 17 music libraries and one of the largest SFX libraries in the country! He's a Clio award-winning audio producer and experienced editor of both voice and music.
English, English (North American)
British, Irish (including a great LEPRECHAUN), Western, German, Swedish, Southern, Most dialects & regional stereotypes both comic and serious
Middle Aged, Senior
Cartoons, Documentaries, Audiobooks, Business, Educational, Radio, Videogames, Television, Internet
LIterally thousands of commercials, video narrations, character interpretations, audiobooks, video game voices, and more.
Doug Hamilton has a very wide range. Does 'right on' impressions and characters, while being an excellent announcer, too. Doug has done national voice-over and on-camera commercials, has literally thousands of credits of all kinds. In over 30 years of performing, Doug has done voice and on-camera work for commercials, corporate and industrial training. He's fast, accurate, technology and automotive savvy, and always easy to work with.
Doug Hamilton started when he was 12 years old at an NPR station summer program in Flint, Michigan. The voice talent-to-be even started his high school radio station. He went to college and began working on the air in the Flint market. He soon was hired by Detroit area stations. Doug met his wife Da Marie Boyer, a newsperson, started his own studio and has worked full time doing voice and on-camera work for the last 25 years.
Gerald Hausman, born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1945, grew up in New Jersey and Massachusetts. He graduated from college in New Mexico and continued to live there for two decades. During that time, he had a summer residence on the island of Jamaica where he and his wife, Loretta, founded a school for creative writing. Mr. Hausman has lived in Bokeelia, Florida since 1994. In addition to his many books about Native America, Gerald Hausman has written extensively about animal mythology. His work as a folklorist has earned him many national and international honors. Gerald's most recent award is from the Florida Magazine Association for his column "Pine Island Soundings" about life on a barrier island.
Gerald is a frequent storyteller at college writers programs and at young authors conferences. Recently, he performed at the Young Authors Conference in Kaiserslautern, Germany as a guest of Department of Defense Dependent Schools. His lively presentations, complete with a myriad of sound effects, have earned him praise from storytellers, speakers, writers, and listeners.
Gray Gleason has more than 30 years of voice work and voice acting, directing and producing experience.
"And now for something completely different..." Unusually engaging, warm and friendly, authoritative, yet conversational, Gray sounds like your friend, your neighbor—your doctor or maybe that Counselor at your old high school. However, you'll also find that he's quite versatile—accents, cartoons, characters, and other more stylized types of delivery are also within his repertoire.
Bringing books and stories to life Gray gives the listener the ability to "see" what's going on. He's also pretty good at turning advertising dialog into 'real' conversations.
Gray taught, coached, and directed voice acting for the Screen Actor's Guild (he was once a member) and coached private classes while living in the States, and running two different audio production studios.
Greg Thomas began his career in Voice acting and narration at an early age. From musical and theatrical performances in the famous Childrens Theater of Charlotte to later collegiate acting troupes and improvisational groups—a skilled and versatile talent was crafted.
Currently a successful voice actor and narrator for internationally-known brands such as: Panasonic, Time Warner Cable, Honda and many others. Greg Thomas is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina and owner and operator of the global voice provider www.GregsTheVoice.com.
Janice Harper is a professional voice talent with over 15 years of experience voicing radio and television commercials. She worked as a morning and midday on-air radio personality for several years, as well as a host for a local television show. She also has a degree in Business Administration.She currently resides in Wilmington, NC with her husband Chris, and daughter Ella.
Jeff Granstrom has a long history on stage playing a diverse array of characters including: Herbie in Gypsy, John Merrick in The Elephant Man, Prospero in The Tempest, Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Max in Lend Me A Tenor, Yvan in Art, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, and many more. Jeff is one of the founding members of the long running Las Vegas improv comedy troupe, The Usual Suspects. Most recently, Jeff was seen in The Nevada Conservatory Theatre's production of Brighton Beach Memoirs as Jack. He has also lent his voice talents to many characters in the 20th Century Audio Theatre radio dramas, most notably the title role in the Marc Huntington Adventures.
Jennifer Vaughn entered the voice over industry as a signature/branding voice for the concert and radio industry. Her first stations included WAAF in Boston and BAY-FM Tokyo, and her first concert ad campaigns included Boney James, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor and The Indigo Girls to name a few.
In this decade alone, Jennifer has performed voice-overs on an astonishing
variety of projects ranging from commercial (Eureka, FootLocker, Nabisco,
Lysol) to documentary film (narrator for motivational speaker Tony Robbins
DVDs, as well as wildlife series: "Discover the Wild"). She continues to
provide Television and Radio Stations with promo signature voice work (NBC Today Show, HBO, Discovery Channel) and also records tutorials and training courseware daily for Fortune 500 companies (AT&T, American Express, Adobe, Marriot) around the world.
Jennifer is just as popular in the Audiobook and Gaming industry, as the
principle performer in virtually every genre, being she is able to perform
countless characters, ages and accents.
With home studios in both Florida (winter home) and Colorado (summer home),
she provides consistently great performances daily.
As well as co-producing and engineering each episode of 21st Century Audio
Theatre, Kathy Reese composed and performed original music for each story. From the somber, mysterious tones of The Restorative Room, to the sweet and mournful tones in Liberty's Fall, and the rousing romp through The Marc Huntington Adventures, Kathy's music adds flare and sensitivity to each and every saga.
Mark Holcomb has spent the last 25 years in the broadcast industry as an on-air personality working for a number of radio stations in Michigan and North Carolina. Recently, Mark has made voice-over his career with already hundreds of television and radio commercials to his credit for companies like Nissan, JCPenny, Dominos Pizza, Kawasaki, Wal-mart and more.
Mark lives with his wife Amy and daughter Grace in the beautiful beach town of Wilmington, NC and when not recording in his studio, can often be
found reading a great book with his feet in the sand at Wrightsville Beach.
Ray Sizemore entered the voice field as a narrator of podcast fiction, which provided a natural transition to professional voiceover work in 2008. His credits to date include audiobooks, documentaries, TV and radio commercials, web animation, corporate media, and video games.
A longtime vocalist and stage actor, Ray is comfortable with a broad range of delivery styles and accents. Most recently, he voiced over twenty characters, including the title role, in the upcoming PC game "Adam's Venture II".
For demos, inquiries, or more information about Ray, visit his web site at
Roger Zelazny – HUGO and NEBULA AWARD-WINNING author
Roger burst onto the SF scene in the early 1960s with a series of dazzling and groundbreaking short stories. He won his first of six Hugo Awards for Lord of Light, and soon after produced the first book of his enormously popular Amber series, Nine Princes in Amber. In addition to his Hugos, he went on to win three Nebula Awards over the course of a long and distinguished career. He died on June 14, 1995.
Scott “Scooter” Fortney—Voice Actor, Writer, Producer—More than 25 years experience.
Scott Fortney is a seasoned voice-over professional who began developing his voice skills at the ripe old age of 7; young Scott would create characters and adlib a storyline, complete with sound effects.
At the age of 16, Scott Fortney began his professional work in the voice-over business in local radio. Scott is highly skilled in digital audio production, character voices and copywriting; in fact, in several of his radio jobs, Scott served as Director of Creative Services. He has written, voiced and produced several award-winning ads.
Terry Daniel specializes in voice overs for commercials, Internet podcasts, books and various business projects. He is one of the most recognized voice talents in the industry and has worked commercially for Apple Computers, Sprint, Lifetime Fitness, United Way, Hallmark, McDonalds, and Great Clips, among hundreds of others. Terry’s voice over career began more than 15 years ago when he started working as a radio host for a program called "The Movie Guys." He has also worked as a professional D.J. for a smooth jazz station and an alternative rock station. Terry has received professional recognition from the nationally-based Society Association of Voice Over Artists (SAVOA).
Trent Zelazny has published over fifty short stories in a variety of genres including horror, humor, erotica, and suspense. A former professional drummer, he has also studied martial arts, animation, and film. He also has the coolest son in the world, Corwin Random Zelazny.
Trent lives in Florida.
"A gift for storytelling is in Trent Zelazny's genes." —Charles Ardai, Edgar and Shamus Award Winner
"Trent Zelazny is a master of tension, frisson, madness and mayhem. I love the way he writes and read everything I can get my hands on. You should do the same." —Gerald Hausman, author of Time Swimmer
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