Female voice over artist for hire

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by voiceover chic, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. voiceover chic

    voiceover chic New Member

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    Hi all,
    Name: Shelly Callahan
    URL: http://shellycallahan.com/Download.html
    I am a professional voice over artist with experience in video games. If you ever need a female or kids voice, check out my demos at http://shellycallahan.com/Download.html and click on the Interactive demo. I recently did some work for Ovo games "Anka" doing 6 characters, I was Lirum in Lost Odyssey and Candy and Chastity for High Velocity bowling. I have a professional home studio.
    Thanks!
    Shelly
     
  2. Andrej Vojtas

    Andrej Vojtas New Member

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    Nice acting, bookmarked :)
     
  3. ionside

    ionside New Member

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    "Hot Guys who Cook", haha. I could have been in that show, but I can't cook... and not so hot.

    Great work by the way!
     
  4. jcottier

    jcottier New Member

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    Hi Shelly,

    I highly recommend Shelly as a voice actress. She made all the female and kids voice in Anka. They all fit perfectly to the characters. She is amazing. If you need a voice actress for your game, don't look further, it's her.

    JC
     
  5. whisperstorm

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    I know someone who wants to become an voice actress. Any tips on how to get into the business?

    Also, just a thought, you might consider putting your voice tracks up on something like YouTube so that folks dont have to download the track before listening to it.
     

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