Versatile, depends on the job.
My voice is versatile and hard to categorize. I can adjust it and manipulate my pitch in such a wide range that it's hard to choose one. I can be raspy for animation characters as well as high pitched, if need be. It can be smooth for commercials as well. Th best way to know is to give me an assignment and find out.
Voice Genders and "Ages" I Can Perform
• Teenage Girl
• Teenage Boy
• Young Adult Female
• Young Adult Male
• Middle Age Male
• Senior Male
Language(s) of Which I Am a Native Speaker:
I Offer my Services for these Recording Purposes
• TV shows and movies
Jobs I Am Willing to Take (Union-wise)
• Non-Union Jobs
My Union Affiliations and Memberships
My Recording and Delivery Capabilities
• I will go to any designated studio in my area
Pre-, Post- and Production Services I Offer
My Home Base
, New York, United States
Accents, Impersonations, Characters and Dialects
American English (southern, eastern, and western), West African, East African, Middle Eastern, Hispanic (Mexico and places in and South America. I can impersonate almost any accent, if I hear it I can most likely impersonate it perfectly. I can impersonate both male and female voices as well.
My Voice Experience
The only experience I have is telling stories to my family and friends, the call me "the best story teller."
Although, I do not have prior experience I feel qualified for the position.
I have a B.S. in Kinesiology- Exercise Science. I have not studied in the voice over industry. I have been in choir from junior high to high school.
My Studio Equipment
I do have access to my friends recording studio but I'm not too familiar with the studio equipment.
I speak Tigrinya, a language from Eritrea. This language trains the tongue to be able to speak almost any language in the world. I've had friends from China, Germany, Russia, and many other places around he world, test me to see if I can pronounce what they thought was the "hardest word to pronounce" in their language, and I haven't come across a work I couldn't pronounce like a native speaker. Not only does the language itself give me this advantage, the culture itself is very animated. For Example: When Eritrean people describe another person or try to tell a story they always impersonate the person by trying to match their voice or even facial expressions. Growing up around that I now realize that I myself, innately do the same thing.
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