NEW YORK, NY, NOVEMBER 1, 2014 – – Serving media producers world-wide with some of the world’s most requested male voice talents, MVO: The Voice-Over Guys launched its web-based voice-over casting service today. The voice-over collective’s web site domain is malevoiceovertalents.com.
The new, free web site allows media producers to conveniently sample and audition twenty of the voice-over industry’s most experienced male voice-over talents who provide professional voice-over services for commercials, documentaries, sales and marketing videos, e-learning narrations, medical narrations, broadcast promotion, radio imaging, political commercials, explainer videos and more. Producers can easily connect directly with their chosen talent from the MVO: The Voice-Over Guys’ site to expedite timely communication throughout the voice-over production process.
The exclusively selected, highly respected male voice talents featured on the MVO: The Voice-Over Guys web site has collectively provided voice-over services to almost every major consumer, corporate and broadcasting brand in the world today. Together they have nearly 250 years of professional voice-over experience. Listed alphabetically, the voice talent roster of MVO: The Voice-Over Guys include:
Scott Burns – Based in Seattle, Scott has provided voice-over services to brands including Nickelodeon, K-Mart/Sears, T-Mobile, Skechers, Microsoft and Nintendo.
James Clamp – This British voice talent, based in New York City has served voice-over clients including Burger King, Cartoon Network, British Airways, Gillette and BBC America.
Matt Cowlrick – An authentic Australian voice actor based in British Columbia, Canada, Matt has voiced for VISA, Credit Suisse, John Deere, Nokia, PayPal International and Heinz Foods.
Chuck Davis – Chuck has voiced media projects for brands like Sears, Cricket Wireless, Hasbro, United States Homeland Security and Tommy Hilfiger from his studio in Southeastern Connecticut
Dave DeAndrea – Shell Oil, Publix Markets, NASCAR, Nationwide Insurance and Apple have secured Dave’s services from his Oregon headquartered voice-over studio.
Dan Friedman – From his Asheville, North Carolina studio, Dan has voiced for Wal-Mart, IBM, Crowne Plaza Hotels, PGA Tour and McDonalds.
Johnny George – Recording in his studio in the Hoosier state, Johnny’s clients have included Rolls-Royce, CBS-TV, Wendy’s, Toyota and Disney.
Rowell Gormon – “The Imaginator”, as Rowell is known due to his amazing vocal creativity, has served many high profile brands including Walt Disney World, NASA, The Home Depot, Frito-Lay and Google.
Dan Hurst – A broadcasting legend (he started young) fluent in both English and Spanish, Dan has served as the voice for Ford, Telemundo, Sprint, Hallmark and the Kansas City Royals.
Dave McRae – Based in Toronto, Dave’s significant commercial and promo work includes clients like Mazda, Warner Bros., Netflix, Time Warner and Rogers Communications.
Peter K. O’Connell – From his Buffalo, NY studio, Peter’s versatile voice has been featured on media projects for international brands including Kraft Foods, Bacardi Rum, PBS, U.S. Army and Deloitte.
Jordan Reynolds – From his studio in Denver, Colorado, Jordan has worked with brands including Taco Bell, LensCrafters, Microsoft and Frontier Airlines.
Christian Rosselli – New York City-based Christian has served as voice talent for Budweiser, Reebok, USA Today, Buffalo Wild Wings and AT&T.
Bob Souer – Known as the second nicest guy in voice-over, Bob has lent his voice to The Military Channel, Federal Express, The San Francisco Giants, CIGNA Insurance and Kodak from his Pittsburgh studio.
Tom Test – Citibank, General Electric, Samsung, Blue Cross and Blue Shield as well as Lockheed Martin have each worked with Tom from his Chicago-based recording studio.
Pete Turbiville – From Pete’s Atlanta studio, he has done voice-over work for CBS Sports, American Airlines, Turner Classic Movies (TCM), Yahoo and The White House (yes, that White House).
Brad Venable – A character voice specialist who has a great everyman sound, Brad has served clients including Planet Fitness, Google, Diet Mt. Dew and Heinz Ketchup from his Dallas, TX-based studio.
George Washington III – From Charlotte, NC, George has voiced for McDonalds, Courtyard by Marriott, Whole Foods, Big Lots and Lowe’s Home Improvement, in addition to voicing the Green Lantern.
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What Does “MVO:” Mean? The name “MVO:” comes from the abbreviation on voice-over scripts for Male Voice-Over. On a voice-over script, the abbreviation appears as “MVO:”.