HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
LA based, I'm a professional actor ( AFTRA, SAG, Actor's Equity) and am President of Women in Theatre. I'm originally from NC, and lived and worked in NYC for many years, where I worked in Commercials first as head of casting at an agency then as a Producer. I've been doing voiceovers for many years- primarily commercials and industrials, and recently released my first audiobook, "The SIgn of the Salamander" by
Eugenia Miller. I'm also in a radio theatre group : Tsunami Radio Theatre-
that records a new show every 6 weeks or so: from dramas to short comedies. I just played Georgia O'Keefe in "Stieglitz."
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
"Centegra " campaign ( radio & TV), "The Canyon" (Animated short), Southern Wesleyan Univ, Belhaven College. My audiobook just one the Gold Medal- First Prize for audiobooks in the MoonBeam Children's Book Awards!
Believable, Friendly, Girl Next Door, Smooth, Sensual, Warm, Trustworthy; Also characters, Age range: teens, 20's- 30's, mature
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
American-Southern, Standard English
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Middle Age Female, Young Adult Female, Teenage Girl, Child Female
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
Pro Tools, Sennheiser 416 ,Lawson and Rode mics, Whisper Room
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Hi everybody! I'm finally back- I got bronchitis after VOICE and got hit hard. I have a question: Can anyone tell me about how to install music on hold systems? There's an opportunity out there but that's one of the requirements and I don't know anything about it. Where can I learn about this? Thanks in advance for your help!