Frank James Bailey
  • Male
  • Lima, OH
  • United States
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Frank James Bailey

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Voice Actor, Creative Director
Frank James Bailey worked in radio for over 20 years. Working in markets all over Ohio. Frank is also a screenwriter (nothing sold yet) and Frank has done some acting too. Frank James Bailey has preformed in a few plays (waiter in Death Of A Salesmen. Frank was also the "voice" in Willie Lomans head too) and Frank was an extra in a mob movie shot in Youngstown, OH in 1999. The movie was Turn Of Faith.

I've played lots of characters on the radio. From a Leprechaun to Santa, from Elmo to an old man. I even did a localized spot for Dominions pizza as an Italian guy for Brooklyn Style Pizza.

I've just recently got more into voice overs, voice acting, and radio imaging. I've been told that my radio imaging production sounds great but I know their is a lot more to voice acting then radio imaging and radio spots. My dream is be do a voice in a cartoon.
Partner Max
Dr. Green Solar

United Way of Tampa Bay
Jimmy’s Automotive
PAX Machine Works - Celina, Ohio
St. Mary’s Riverside Blues Fest
Golden Living Center Valley
Treadway Chrysler Dodge Jeep – Findlay, Ohio
America’s Best Value Inn
Dynamic Federal Credit Union
Foot & Ankle Centers
Missouri Hobby

WFHT 1390
WRSK - The Hawk
27 First News
True Oldies 1490
Radio Free Daytona
Overloaded - CRMK
The Fox 97.7
K Rock 93
Sports Talk Live - KLAM
Medal Meltdown Radio
Geek Invaders Podcast Intros
The voice of Frank James Bailey is very versatile. Frank's normal speaking voice is average to slight baritone. Frank can be relaxed, sincere, convincing and friendly and also I can do that big deep voice that is needed for classic rock radio imaging, TV promos and movie trailers. From a powerful and strong voice to the average Joe. Frank James Bailey is a voice actor!
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
I do very good impressions of Elmo, Santa Clause, Kermit the Frog, Yoda, Stitch (from Lilo and Stitch) a redneck, Goofy, and various others.
Senior Male, Middle Age Male, Baby
Union Affiliation
Audiobox USB Interface / preamp
Adobie Audition 3.0
Rode NT 1000

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Right / Left (Who's right / who's wring?)

Posted on November 30, 2009 at 11:41am 0 Comments

Right or left / who’s right – who’s wrong

I don’t usually right political blogs. No matter what side I’m on or for I try not to alienate my self from my friends who think very differently then I do. Do I believe in God or not? I’m pro or anti abortion? Am I for gay rights to marry or not? I know what I believe in. I know what I stand for. I know what I fight for. If YOU want to know what I stand for, ask me. I’ll tell you. But I’m not going to broadcast it in a post on… Continue

Calling In your self???

Posted on November 12, 2009 at 2:10pm 0 Comments

Calling In sick…to your self?

I’ve been working on my own since February of this year. So far I’ve been through a lot of ups and downs. In the recent weeks I’ve been getting more and more gigs. And that’s good! But, just a few days ago I was hit with a sore throat. Now what?? I have a few clients that NEED their work done soon!!

When I worked for a radio station (or any company for that matter) if I was sick, I called off. Nobody at a company wants a sick person at work.… Continue

I got a new mic!!!

Posted on October 2, 2009 at 12:12pm 3 Comments

I got a new mic!!

Last week I went to Sweetwater Sound in Ft. Wayne, IN and tested a few mics. I finally decided on the RODE NT 1000. It’s a condenser mic that wasn’t to expensive. If you want to know why I went with a condenser mic instead of a dynamic mic…it’s simple. I liked the way it sounded in the test. After all the whole reason for going to Sweetwater testing mics, was to see which one sounded best with my voice. It was between the GROOVE TUBE GT 50 and this RODE NT 1000. I… Continue

Political Voice Overs

Posted on September 3, 2009 at 8:27am 2 Comments

There’s no beating around it. We are in a recession! Times are tough. For some, money is hard to come by. People are losing their jobs and their homes. I hear people on the radio and TV saying…if you really need money, get a springboard job. ANY JOB! Wal-mart, McDonalds…something to bring some cash into your home.

Which brings me to my question for voice over artists. Are you a voice over whore? What I mean is, would you do a voice over for a client, even if that client is for… Continue

Can someone be overexposed on networking sites?

Posted on August 28, 2009 at 10:41am 2 Comments

Can you be overexposed?

OK…before I even try and continue with my latest blog let’s get the “exposed” joke out the way first…

“Yes, you can be overexposed. But nobody wants to see my hairy naked body”.

Ok…one more….

“Yes, you can be overexposed. Pamela Anderson looks great over exposed!”

Now that we got the stupid jokes of the way, let me continue with what I really meant.

I’m talking about Self Promotion vs. being… Continue

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At 3:45pm on January 8, 2010, Jean Zarzour - LIPSCHTICK! said…
Hi Frank! Thanks for your email ... last year! I didn't get it at my other email address where I have all VU emails forwarded to. So, I got it today when I checked in here. Give me a call when you get back to Cleveland for a visit. I'd love to share a cocktail and some good VO stories.

All my best-
At 5:36am on November 3, 2009, Tom Daniels said…
Thanks, Frank. I needed to get my ducks in a row before joining. I'm now ready to start growing as a Voice Artist and a business.
At 5:18pm on October 4, 2009, Monte Bratten said…
Nice blog entry. I'm from a radio background too, still in it, but I can relate. Keep after it!
At 1:50am on October 3, 2009, Bettye Zoller said…
Read the post here about your being let go from radio job. It's a blessing. This is the start of your freelance vo career. GO FOR IT.
At 1:48am on October 3, 2009, Bettye Zoller said…
I have had my RODE from Sweetwater for about five months. LOVE IT. It's one of five mics cause I have studio in my home where I have clients (am audio engineer too) and a portable studio on laptop take with me when travel and also to my seminars. Best of everything to you.
Bettye Z
At 1:26pm on August 26, 2009, Glenn Hascall said…

Just sorting through the folks I know - found you. lol

Hope things are going well.

At 2:44pm on August 22, 2009, Tonya Congress said…
Thanks for the welcome! Feel free to share anything you think would be of help to a person just starting out. I would really appreciate it. Thanks!!

I'm just about 7min. from Maple Hts!
At 6:17pm on May 19, 2009, Roy Soriano Bunales said…
Hey Frank! How's it going? Good to see you here too. Lotsa good people on here and excellent VO resources too. Keep on keepin on Bro!
At 12:40am on March 10, 2009, Connie Mustang said…
Hi Frank!

Sorry, I've been away tending to family business.

Thank you for the compliment, it was a fun track to make. I must share the credit with my producer, M.J. Lallo. She surely knows how to bring the best out of a person. Thanks again.
At 10:13pm on February 23, 2009, Michelle M. Summers said…
I saw your blog post & thought I would stop in to say hello. I would love to chat with you. Shoot me an email.

Also, join my new group Accents & Dialects in the VO World!

Look forward to hopefully working with you.




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