I grew up in a media family and have been a Voice Actor for twenty-five years, voicing projects for clients across the world.
I was chosen to be "Announcer Roy" on the South Park video game "Chef's Luv Shak," and additionally, I was the voice of Communist Chinese Chairman Mao at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
Next stop? Guyana, where I was chosen to voice a project for President Bharrat Jagdeo. Heading east now to Russia, where I was chosen to voice a project for The Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation.
Closer to home, I was honored to voice movie trailers for such films as "Trash," starring Martin Sheen, "A Little Chaos," starring Kate Winslet, "Cop Car," starring Kevin Bacon, and "Term Life" starring Vince Vaughn.
Credits include Voice-of-the-Station duties for many radio and television stations across the country, as well as projects for all types of products and services. The majority of my business is repeat business, and I credit that to being easy to work with, close attention to detail and fast turn-around times.
From my studio in Lindale, Texas, I get to do what I love each day for clients all over the world. My secret to success? "If you don't consider what you do work, then you've succeeded."