These are the folks in the industry we know, love and trust. Please do check them out.
Anne is a tremendous voiceover veteran and positive force in the VO industry. Follow her popular social media feeds where she offers keen insight into all facets of voiceover.
A Dutch voiceover powerhouse, Paul Strikwerda is a talent you should follow. His popular blog explores a wide spectrum of contemporary voiceover issues and offers a unique perspective. We recommend you check him out!
Steve Stone is an award-winning voice actor. His unique sound propels network TV promos, energizes local TV affiliates, ignites radio station imaging, and champions top sports and entertainment brands worldwide.
Chances are you’ve seen Mariette on TV either in an episode of TVLand 's “Younger” or in one of her 25 commercials. When she’s not encouraging you to buy a product or embarrassing her on-camera kids (like in Hello Flo’s First Moon Party) you can find Mariette hosting book club, listening to NPR, kickboxing, sipping wine with her cat and wishing she was traveling with her long-time partner Paul.
Scott Allen is a versatile voice actor and audiobook narrator/producer based in Los Angeles, California. Working from his professional home studio, there is no project too big or too small. Animation | Commercial | Trailers | Audiobooks | E-Learning. Non-union, SAG eligible
Most people in the business know Dana as someone eager to help solve a problem and help make connections. She uses the Tri-Booth as her travel rig for longer stays away from home.
SERGE DE MARRE
Serge De Marre is a full-time voice talent with two decades of experience. He speaks fluent English with a global accent and Flemish (Belgian Dutch). Some top clients he’s worked for are Domino’s Pizza, Axe, LG, Google, Mentos, Disney, Audi, Pringles, Dannon, Knex, Qatar Airways, Siemens, Exxon Mobil. Serge has a pro-home studio with Studiobricks booth.
“I recorded several national radio commercials with this and during our remote session the sound engineer I worked with had no idea that I was in the Tribooth”