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Voice Talents

An explainer video works best when accompanied with a narration that explains the visuals. However, on some occasions such as trade shows, subtitle is more preferable because it can be very noisy.

If you are a voice actor, we need you! If you think you can work well with someone overseas and would like to be a part of our team of professional animators, please let us know by filling in this form: http://goo.gl/forms/oxCD7uVkxR

American English

Zack Taylor

Young. Crisp. Entertaining.

Zack Taylor is known for both his clear and articulate voice and his passion for bringing a client’s vision to life. He has a wide range of styles from conversational “guy next door” to hard sell pitchman, and has a relatable sound that works for everything from fun and friendly explainer videos to technical and medical learning. His credits include such well-known brands such as AOL, Cisco, Swatch, Intel, Oracle, HP, Mobil, Chicago Tribune, Bank of America, Nissan and Planet Hollywood.

Robin Robinson

Cheerful. Soothing. Youthful.

For more than 20 years, Robin has been following her passion for radio. Since 2001 she has been working as a station manager and on-air personality for a small town radio station, and it opened up the door for her as a sought-after voiceover artist, spokesperson and emcee. Her voice has been described as cheerful, soothing, youthful and sexy. She would love to provide a voice for your project!

Julie Brierley

Pleasant. Mature. Educated.

Julie has a voice that is easy to listen to and she can make technical subjects sound friendly. Her experience includes voicing documentaries, TV commercials, audio book characters, instructional web videos, educational games for children, IVR, real estate videos, and corporate videos. She is Canadian with British background and can give you a neutral North American accent or British accent.

Benjamin Portnoy

For 10 years, Benjamin Portnoy has been heard by millions on Dell.com, as “the voice” of weekly network broadcast finance program RetiringWell, and as the high-converting narrator for supplement company Marine Essentials. With a background as a marketing professional, he knows how to “sell” without being “sales-y.” He works to understand both the client and their intent behind the copy so that he can best achieve the goals behind the read. Though his voiceover experience ranges from eLearning, IVR, character voices, narration, commercial, industrial and more, he enjoys Explainer Videos because of their ability to convey vital company information in a quick and engaging way. Visit his website for more information.

British / Australian

Peter Hosking

Mature. Warm. Intelligent.

Peter has enjoyed thirty years in the voiceover business with thousands of tv/radio ads and corporate reads. Warm, intimate reads are a specialty of his. As a narrator of over 140 audio books he’s had a long career as an actor in film, tv and theatre.With Peter any style of reading is possible.

Zack Taylor

Young. Crisp. Entertaining.

Yes, Zack is actually British and he can certainly do an authentic British accent as well!

Peter Stern

Assured. Clear. Versatile.

With a standard British accent, Peter will get your message across with gravitas. Professional since 2001, his background is in acting, improvisation and music. He specialises in corporate / technical narration and educational videos but is equally happy providing character voices for animation and games. He has already been heard in TV commercials nationwide in the US and the UK and previous clients include BBC, PBS, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, Michelin and Motorola.

Julie Brierley

Pleasant. Mature. Educated.

Julie has a voice that is easy to listen to and she can make technical subjects sound friendly. Her experience includes voicing documentaries, TV commercials, audio book characters, instructional web videos, educational games for children, IVR, real estate videos, and corporate videos. She is Canadian with British background and can give you a neutral North American accent or British accent.

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