Experienced voice-over talent, narrator and
voice-actor; warm, personable, authoritative, high-energy or conversational as directed
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 dound 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 20-plus years);
- Corporate specialties include
pharmaceutical, healthcare and compliance training, capabilities audio and
video, plus message-on-hold and phone prompts
- Commercial specialties include
announcer and “non-announcer” in a variety of textures and tempos, including
high-energy for direct response and other “energy blasts”
- Responsive to direction, professional
and co-operative attitude
- Quick, efficient and professional in the
studio, saving time and money
- Rapid comprehension of copy, plus mastery of complex
and technical terminology. Specialties include making "medicalese,"
"legalese" and "governmentese" sound like English.
Availability: Can travel on short notice throughout
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 cost-effective
studios. I can also
small-to-medium voice-only projects with editing in my home studio.
Also 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.
Check out my band, Rob Carlson & Benefit Street; my record company, Presence Productions; and the CD release of my first band!
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!)