voice-over talent, narrator and
voice-actor; warm, personable, authoritative, high-energy or
for commercial, corporate and interactive communications including
broadcast, non-broadcast, internet, message-on-hold and IVR.
to my demos on the left side of this page to
hear “a wide range of me” in unaccented standard American English (and
other credible accents). There's a NEW COMMERCIAL COMPOSITE and a NEW
"screaming car spot" (I do all the voices except for "the president";
the sound design was done elsewhere.) For video of my CBS Evening News
down. I’ve done thousands of commercial and corporate projects for
clients (with a lot of repeat business over the last 25-plus years);
pharmaceutical, healthcare and compliance training, capabilities audio
video, plus message-on-hold and phone prompts
announcer and “non-announcer” in a variety of textures and tempos,
high-energy for direct response and other “energy blasts”
and co-operative attitude
efficient and professional in the
studio, saving time and money
comprehension of copy,
plus mastery of complex
and technical terminology. Specialties include making "medicalese,"
"legalese" and "governmentese" sound like English.
Can travel on short notice
the northeast (based in the New York metro) to work with you
one-to-one, or can
phone-patch or use ISDN access using several excellent yet
studios. I can also
small-to-medium voice-only projects with editing in my home studio.
available for teleprompted on-camera work;
principal on-camera types include: executive/corporate, doctor/dentist,
academic, technical/scientific, "real people." (Age range 50+).
For sites around the 'net that use my voice, click here.
please check out Presence Productions for my record label, Presence Records; my
band, Rob Carlson & Benefit Street; and my doo-wop group, The
Click on the photo to
view a welcome message from Paul
was featured on the CBS Evening News and I didn't have to hurt anyone
or steal anything to get there! I may not look wonderful, but I think I
sound pretty good! Click
here to see. (Thanks to Holdcom!)