Video Game Voiceover Actors
A great guy and game developer tweeted this about me an hour ago:
Looking for a #gamedev #voiceover artist for your game? @bjorndanielsson seems very versatile and has an excellent demo reel online
Added by Bjorn Danielsson on October 29, 2014 at 21:31 — No Comments
Well, I have an interview for a Hospital radio show tomorrow evening, and one next thursday. Fingers crossed they go well, as that'll certainly give me more experience, and wil be another set of hands to help with the charity side of things too!
Added by Barry Ring on October 26, 2014 at 22:04 — No Comments
Just thought i'd leave a link to my Soundcloud here for perusal, ponderings & parody.
I'll be adding more files to it as I go, but if anyone is looking for a flexible Brit with silly facial hair, you know where I am!!Continue
Added by Barry Ring on October 17, 2014 at 23:37 — No Comments
Casting call for 2 actors in a First World War game.
Voice one is about 100 words, 20 sentences, and voice two is about 180 words, about 25 sentences.
We are looking for native speakers with a British accent.
Voice 1: Tommy (total word count: +/- 100words, about 20 sentences)
Tommy is a young British soldier (16-17 years old)
Trench scene: Tommy and the player are taking cover in a World War I trench, while they are being…
The voice acting industry has grown to be huge in the past decade, thanks to an influx of high-end video games that make use of fully-voiced dialogues. Various other projects have also opened up, allowing for freelance voice actors to make a name for themselves in small projects and build a portfolio. In fact, there are some projects, such as Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s…Continue
Added by Sookie Lioncourt on August 15, 2014 at 16:30 — No Comments
To celebrate his visit to the North West of England Gamevoices July interview is with D.C.Douglas -Resident Evil Villain Albert Wesker, with credits in Mass Effect, Star Trek, Tekken and many many more.
John Armstrong asks the questions.
Did you start doing voices as a child?
Don't we all? All make believe time is just acting as different characters. So, yeah. But…Continue
Added by John Armstrong on July 22, 2014 at 8:00 — No Comments
I was asked to help in making a video, that was partly based on my latest monologue reading (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afB5GP0kyxI), and I'd love to get some feedback from you.
Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7mHiFxjziE
Thank you for your time,
Added by Ahmad Abu-Duff on July 16, 2014 at 17:00 — No Comments
June's Gamevoices interview is with Mr. JB Blanc, video games industry veteran and the recent voice of Kingpin in Amazing Spider Man 2 and Bane in Batman: Arkham Origins. John Armstrong is asking the questions.
Did you start doing voices as a child?
Yeah, I was…Continue
Added by John Armstrong on June 3, 2014 at 9:30 — No Comments
So, it's a Friday night at the end of a busy week and as I sit here reflecting I wanted to share my thoughts with you all. This isn't a satire piece, it's not a rant about the state of the industry or that pesky certain $5 website it's just something about my voice over journey so far that I wanted to share with a community that I've come to respect and admire and maybe, just maybe this may serve as inspiration to someone else.
The reason for this reflection? Well…
just posting to show you guys some of the work i've been doing for Sanitarium.FM an up and coming web radio station.
i've done two Promos recently for the station, as well as a board game announcer voice for the game night they run every week. and although the later is just an unofficial side project i thought it'd be fun to share
see my last post for all the audio files.
Hey guys! Just a little post here for some of the voices I've done so far. It's a small list but hopefully it'll keep growing ^_^
Added by Sara Dunham on May 29, 2014 at 13:30 — No Comments
Casting Call for 1 male and 1 or possibly 2 female actors.
The roles are as described in the video's below. Please record auditions for whichever part you would like and send
the files .wav or .mp3 to Sergei at …Continue
I am looking for a way to get in contact with somebody about doing monster noises/voices on video games? I am currently the vocalist for a death metal band called Rings of Saturn. Racking up over 225,000 fans on facebook, and touring internationally. It seems to me like death metal and monster voices go hand in hand. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Below, I have attached a link demonstrating my vocal abilities. …Continue
Added by Ian Bearer on April 7, 2014 at 21:46 — No Comments
Voices wanted for youtube video. It will be an ongoing animated series if all goes well. (keep in mind it is supposed to be a comedy so I'm sorry if you are looking for a serious role) The characters are a bunch of drug addict ghosts that live together and do a bunch of stupid things that can cause all kinds of trouble for the main character. I need these voices:
Tim: Main character. He is an emo kid who is the only one with a normal look on life compared to the other…Continue
Actress Required for Woolfe - The Red Hood Diaries
A non-sugarcoated fairy tale, full of drama and dark twists.
Added by John Armstrong on March 31, 2014 at 14:00 — No Comments
April's Gamevoices interview is with the extremely entertaining MOCAP and Voice Acting star Reuben Langdon.
I had a couple of minor roles and background stuff in anime by Zero Limit…Continue
Added by John Armstrong on March 31, 2014 at 11:30 — No Comments
THIS CASTING CALL IS NOW CLOSED.
Yep, my first big video-game character voice release of 2014 comes out on 31st March - I'm the voice of Dreadnaught Edward Portsmith. Play as me and together we can become Emperor!!!! Watch the trailer...
Added by Ian Champion on March 12, 2014 at 17:58 — No Comments
Tara Platt is an actress who has voiced numerous memorable characters in video games and animation.
Gamevoices John Armstrong caught up with the Wonder Woman with the beautiful smile.
I was already in LA working in TV and film and looking for work and Yuri (my husband)…Continue
Added by John Armstrong on March 3, 2014 at 10:00 — No Comments