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

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:”.

One Comment

  • Dan Hurst and Dave DeAndrea are my buds!!! I would like to be considered for talent.

    I’m a full-time voiceover talent with my own recording studio. I have extensive experience (over 15 yrs global brands).

    I invite you to visit where you can review my demos, work and credits.

    I’m reliable, prompt and easy to work with and would love to bring value where needed with your projects.

    Thanks for your consideration!



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