Voice Actor, Copy Writer, Studio Engineer, Creative Director
HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
ED WEIGLE has been one of America’s most prolific voice actors for nearly 40 years. Since age 13, he’s lent his unmistakable voice to literally tens of thousands of radio and TV commercials, promos and trailers—even Aerosmith’s 2012 music video, “Legendary Child.”
For 18 years, he’s created voiced and produced all radio spots, heard worldwide, for World Wrestling Entertainment. He’s recently voiced projects for ABC, Lego, NBA, ESPN, Kia, Columbia Sportswear, USANA, IBEW, Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon UK. He's currently heard in all US markets as the announcer on TV's "Couples Court with The Cutlers" and narrates "Territories Wild with Tom Miranda" and "Doug Koenig's Championship Season on Outdoor and Pursuit channels. Since 2008, he’s been the announcer and occasional guest host of the nationally syndicated radio program, “The Cigar Dave Show,” heard on nearly 160 radio stations, coast to coast. He can also be heard on radio billboards and show intros on Michigan State University's Spartan Sports Network.
Ed—an early rock and roll historian—is the biographer of his late friend and mentor, Pittsburgh radio icon and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honoree, Porky Chedwick. He’s written various articles and contributed to books, publications and motion pictures about music and the radio industry. In 2015, he was featured in the book, “Legendary Locals of Latrobe,” along with Mister Rogers and Arnold Palmer.
He is a founding partner of Digital Beach Studios, a full service radio and TV production company in Venice, Florida, specializing in live event media for the entertainment industry. Visit www.digitalbeachstudios.com for info and demos.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Cartoon Network, Legends in Concert, Flying J, Salvation Army and many others
Quite versatile! From deep, warm and seductive to dramatic, authoritative in-your-face. Distinctive "movie trailer" voice.
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
None. I prefer to leave the dialects to the experts--but I'll try anything. Well, ALMOST anything.
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Senior Male, Middle Age Male
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
AIF, MP3, WAV
In my studio, I use my own 1968 Neumann U87 mic, modified by Klaus Heyne; Sennheiser 416 shotgun, AKG 414 and some vintage ribbon mics. API lunchbox, with iconic API modules, plus the latest Pro Tools editing software, plus Waves and Izotope plug ins.
Still working on voice training, driving the family nuts, but they kind of got a break this past week or so thanks to the first cold I caught of the season. Re-doing the home studio, halfway through, tore down the walls & ceiling and put up 3 layers of 3/8 drywall, but other than that were doing ok. Glad to hear work is still flowing.
Great hearing from, you all the best,