Geoff Allan’s passion for stage started as a child in seasonal Cabaret shows and led to a desire to do voice work in his teens until he was told his voice would never succeed in radio. Driven with an uncompromised focus on winning, Geoff has been professionally voicing since 2009 with clients in 29 countries worldwide and boasts being the voice of major campaigns for Burger King, Hardees, Bud Light, The Rock and feature ads on three Superbowls for three different clients. Geoff‘s total broadcast ad count ranks “in the hundreds” in addition to projects for corporate narration, animation for film, web, e-learning and more. Geoff’s studio is state of the art and he invests in the latest software and technology to stay competitive. Geoff is also seen as an on-cam principal actor in television shows, several television and web ads and recently two movies. Geoff has worked with coaches in Los Angeles, Toronto, and Montréal with improv training at Toronto’s Second City. Geoff’s natural voice descriptor words include deep, smoky, gravely, honeyed, well modulated and silvery.
Matt Chalik has been loudly expressing himself since the moment he was told to sit still and stop making mouth noises. It’s been his life ever since. Art, music, acting, speech, writing, directing, coaching. All spokes on the wheel of creativity.
Whichever you witness, you’re going to remember it.
My voice career began in the radio department of Columbia College Chicago. After being a disc jockey and producer at a number of radio stations across the country, I transitioned to voice work full-time to put that same confident, engaging sound to work for companies such as Netflix, HBO, HULU, Comcast/Xfinity, Laureatte E-learnings, Merck, the City of Philadelphia, ASUS Computers, and Good Neighbor Pharmacy. And I’m proud to say that I am one of the in-stadium announcers for the Philadelphia Eagles NFL team…
…and YES, I have a SuperBowl ring!
Abbey Lee has loved the stage, the mic, the spotlight since the beginning of time. A Northern California native, she’s performed in dozens of musicals and plays in the Bay Area, even winning two San Francisco Bay Area Theater Critics Circle Awards for lead actress in two very different roles. Her natural versatility allows her to explore and excel in different voice over genres. She has been studying at VoiceTrax in Sausalito for the last four years, is yet unrepresented but can sense that is close, and having a wild time along this artist’s journey.
Well what can I say about me haha? My name is Jacob Mira and I am a voice actor and metal vocalist. I’ve been doing this for about a year now and loved every second of it. I’ve gotten the opportunity to work with and learn from a lot of wonderful people over at Closing Credits and several discord servers in that time. In my spare time I read books, play video games and D&D, and give metal vocals to songs that shouldn’t have them. I’m pretty active on discord and have a YouTube channel where I get scared playing horror games.
From Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland, Hannah trained in Musical Theatre at The Dance School of Scotland before going to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School to gain a degree in professional acting. Hannah left The Old Vic to play Sophie in London’s West End Production of Mamma Mia, Molly in the Mousetrap West End, Maria in the UK Tour of Sound of Music among many other wonderful roles. After having mini me’s and getting on a swift flight to Sydney Hannah decided to focus more on voice overs. Hannah has repeat clients across the globe in e-learning, gaming, commercials and more. Loganair, Rolls Royce, Unilever, Ava’s Manor to name but a few. Hannah loves being able to be creative from home and connect with so many wonderful people worldwide. Recently Hannah & daughter Annabel helped with the amazing new production of Red Handed Jill. An immersive audiobook by Gail Shalan & Kaiya Jones. Full production will be coming in the next year!
Kera O’Bryon is an Emmy-nominated actress, is a 25+ year veteran of voiceover, and a singer since age 3. So that’s…. um… carry the one… i mean the 2…. uh, that would mean she’s been doing voices since the year 19-ahemity-hem. She’s worked primarily in the field of Commercials, but has ventured into animation, corporate narration, explainers, ADR, you name it. Nothing is off-limits! She is ecstatic to be nominated amongst her peers for this exciting opportunity!
Noah Sandler is an aspiring voice actor who began his journey stuck inside during the pandemic in 2020. With some experience under his belt and undying love for voice acting, he hopes to be able to make it all the way to the top in not just UVOS Take 3, but in the entire industry as well!
Hello, my name is Eden Solomon and I am an Eritrean-American voice actor based in Dallas, Texas. I have been voice acting for almost a full year (will be a year in January), however, I have been involved in theatre for as long as I can remember which has shaped much of my early development. I am currently enrolled in university and will be graduating as a first generation student this spring with a Bachelor of Science. I hope to pursue voice acting as my full time career as I truly feel the happiest when I’m voicing.
From Batman in an online graphic comic to an old character in Bratislava conducting a two hour city tour, I’ve had the opportunity to play a broad spectrum of characters and standard voice overs. From a 1950s style narration for the nuclear energy commission to a sports play by play announcer for a national Oakley NFL spot. A radio career of over 50 years in Kansas City and the Midwest. Hosted a late night TV show on the USA Network produced by dickclark productions called Camp Midnite. Using three voiceover subscription sites and just like everyone else….every now and then getting the job:)
Watch the Commercial & Promo Live Show Replay and Meet the Contestants from Episode 2!
Mike Badgley is a voice actor in New York City. He’s also a scientist. Unexpected, you say? Well, maybe not! Some of the most famous artists in history also happened to be scientists: Leonardo da Vinci, Hedy Lamar, Coldplay…wait…they just had that one song, “Scientist.” Whatever, you still get it. Mike continues to explore the intersection of art and science with enthusiasm! He is fascinated with the power of the human voice to educate, inspire, and move the listener. Mike has had the pleasure of working on mobile games, audio dramas, e-learning projects, and commercials, and he looks forward to honing his craft through experimentation.
Nicole spent over 20 years as a creative director in the advertising industry, 10 of those years running her own ad agency, Merrygood. Working with voice actors was part of the job description from time to time, and those experiences helped fuel the fire to eventually leave advertising and pursue a career in voice-over full-time. Her background in advertising and concepting scripts similar to the ones she now performs, gives her a unique understanding of the client’s direction and vision. She is currently enjoying the view from the other side of the glass at her home in Austin, TX with her husband Gary, daughter Emmy, and Mini-Goldendoodle Rufus (who is too adorable for his own good).
30+ year career as an actor! He’s voiced numerous national campaigns and rocked plenty more single spots for everything from McDonalds to the YMCA. His VO gaming credits include various roles in the Assassin’s Creed franchise and Deux Ex. On camera, he’s best known as Michael “Mouse” Tolliver in the ground-breaking, Emmy-nominated series More and Further Tales of the City and Disney’s Zombies the Musical 1,2,3. His huge theatre career has included two seasons at the Stratford Festival. In 2013, Paul was a finalist for the Christopher Plummer Fellowship Award of Excellence.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, now a resident of Maryland, Janice was exposed to the arts at a young age. Her fond memories of attending performances at the historic Karamu Theatre and Cleveland Play House left a lasting impression and love for the arts. While helping her son pursue his acting career, she discovered the world of voice acting. With the skillful guidance of multi-award winning coaches and demo producers, her journey in voice acting began. Expecting to use her background in health sciences and medicine, medical narration voice over was at the top of her list. After a few sessions with a dynamic animation coach, her interests widened. As a voice actor, Janice is ecstatic to have a platform where she is able to explore and express her creativity.
AMINA KOROMA is a British actor / VO artist based in London. Having started in theatre in 2018, she began voiceover in the year-that-shan’t-be-named and has voiced games, animation, audiobooks and dramas.
It’s a call that can’t be ignored, the call to create, and Erin has been following that call since she was a wee sprite. Hours spent turning scraps into pieces of magic and weaving stories for herself and anyone with an open ear. This call has led Erin into the vast world of Voice Over. Finding plenty of room to create, she has found fulfillment in Animation, Video Games, Commercials, and Corporate Narration, to name a few. Not one to sit still, Erin endeavors to explore all the facets this industry has to offer.
Oh hey sup! I’m George Nowik, and before we can be effective friends you need to know the “W” in my last name sounds like “V” because I’m an Eastern European mutt. Now that we’re mates, I can tell you that I love voice acting, mixing albums, recording musical instruments for session and personal enrichment, writing, and being a video editing dork. Once upon a time I mixed live sound at MAGFest for like 9 years (ever lived on top ramen for 4 days straight?), I’ve played Chapman Stick and Bass in a band with Vince DiCola, composer of Transformers: The Movie and Rocky IV (he is the nicest guy alive), and I’ve sung in barbershop quartets to counterbalance my hair style. Star Wars, Bacon, Laptop + Cubase + Midi Controller, Olives, and the Rush discography are my picks for being stranded on a desert island and I love effervescent views of the sunset. Thanks for stopping by!
What can I say? I’m just a simple boy who watched way too many cartoons as a kid screaming along with my favorite anime characters powering up (I’m lookin at you SSJ3 Goku)… Nothing has given me more enjoyment than those cartoons and characters and I can’t even begin to say how much I love being some of those characters… it’s a motherluvin’ dream come true
Beth is a 18-year-old aspiring voice actress, (and 2021 UVOS contestant), who brings her colorful personality to the mic. Beth is a content creator on TikTok with over 1M views for her theatre and voiceover content. She also runs her own company where she volunteers as princesses for parties. Beth is super excited to be back and to journey into the world of voiceover. Xx Hugs! @itsbethpierce
Curt is a SAG-AFTRA & Actor’s Equity member with almost 40 years of experience as an actor, voiceover artist, audiobook narrator, musician and variety performer. From portraying Frank Sinatra in a hit musical to a twisted serial killer on Criminal Minds; entertaining crowds with his champion juggling skills to fronting a rock band, Curt’s love of performance of all kinds has been unshakable since he stepped onto a stage in the 5th grade. For his audiobook narration work Curt was named Grand Winner of the 2021 Audiobook Adrenaline Awards; Best YA Sci-Fi by AudiobookReviewer.com; Finalist in the 2020 Independent Audiobook Awards in the Thriller/Suspense category and 2020 Ultimate VO Survivor Top 3 Finalist for narration. Curt also teaches audiobook narration for the Atlanta Voiceover Studio and has served on the Atlanta Local SAG-AFTRA Voiceover Committee.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ca, Sacha Chambers (she/her) has always been engaged in the pursuit and exploration of creative development. A graduate of the Theater Department of The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, she was immersed early on in the craft of acting and performance, and for a short time did stand up comedy. An overall Jane-of-all trades, Sacha has been a glassblower for the last 20 years and she also teaches Pilates and mobility out of her studio in Long Beach, Ca. A podcaster and improv actor, Sacha is relatively new to the art of Voice Over. Audiobooks, Animation, and Gaming are her favorite genres as they enable her to dive deep into character work. Meeting the challenge of creating a multi-dimensional character, that can transport a listener into a different world, is her absolute joy. Storytelling is Sacha’s happy place and she is thrilled to see where this Voice Over journey takes her.
Cassandra Gallegos is a voiceover actor based in Austin, Texas (yeehaw?). She graduated with a BFA in acting from Texas Tech University. After spending many years working as a legal librarian, she’s made an exciting return to the world of acting with a host of animation and audio drama credits to her name. In her spare time she likes to live, laugh, and love…not really. She’s sassy, sarcastic, and chaotic neutral at best but she is a friend to animals large and small so that’s something…. right?
Dennis’ voice changed when he was in the 8th grade & it’s been a defining characteristic ever since. He has years of experience singing, working in broadcast radio, and voicing all kinds of stuff. And he is a proud UVOS repeat offender 😊
Hanna Is an up and coming voice, and film actress, athlete, and model located in Toronto. She has a passion for voice, and often will create voices for her dog walking clients as they stroll the city. She jumps at any opportunity that leads to a fun, or memorable time. She hopes to encourage others to do the same, and dare to be limitless.
A versatile performer with a particular flair for accents, Joanne has loaned her voice across a dozen voiceover genres, and dabbled in stand-up. In 2021, she was a UVOS Top 12 Finalist, and Runner-up in the CBS2 Audition Spotlight Promo Competition at That’s Voiceover. A Jo of All Trades, she is also an award-winning artist and writer, and has survived a long and rather peculiar career behind the scenes in entertainment. Living in England and traveling extensively helped hone her vocal skillset, and she’s fluent in both US and UK!
Heyo! Let’s start with a few key features. I am: Tall, erratic, and stupid with a splash of genius. Oh, and my voice go deep. Not that that defines my voiceover life. In fact, Im generally pretty bubbly, sometimes even “girly”, which sounds HILARIOUS with a deep voice by the way. Motivating yourself to start voiceover just when it feels like its becoming the #1 most desired job in America is tough, you really gotta find a way to stand out in a crowd. Luckily for my lanky self, that’s never been a problem ;)
Hi there, I’m Laura–just your typical passionate, curious, often foot-in-mouth awkward…friendly neighborhood voice actor! I’m smack dab in between San Diego and LA in the beautiful town of Temecula, CA. I blame that for my recently developed affinity for planting succulents. When I’m not in the booth–and usually the hubby has to drag me out–I enjoy listening to audiobooks (I swear it’s for developing my dialect skills), cooking breakfast items, and attempting crazy DIY home projects that should probably be left to professionals.
Sam is like a well-travelled cloud: she’s multilingual, multi-accented and her multi-cultured personality means she can be bright and fluffy, ominous and stormy, soft and sensual, or anywhere in between.
Her versatility in voice will bring your character and story to life, exuding your message from within the clouds.
Watch the Animation / Gaming Replay and Meet the Contestants From Episode 4!
Growing up under the direct supervision of cartoons, Brian Doe Chua found his calling after realizing that the characters he watched didn’t actually live inside his parent’s TV. After being bit by the acting bug, he has been walking that path ever since.
Brian is perhaps best-known for lending his voice to the characters of Timber Spruce in the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls universe, Osamu Mikumo on World Trigger, Gabe Brunai and Katana Sakaki on Beyblade Burst, Alain, Ricardt, and Wu Kong in the Nintendo mobile game Dragalia Lost, and most recently Ying Zheng in the anime series Kingdom.
Brian has also been developing a portfolio of live action work that includes the FOX TV series Wayward Pines, and the CW Network’s Supergirl to go along with various independent film projects that can be seen at film festivals around the world.
Beginning his career as “Brian Doe”, he decided to make an addition to his last name to honor the Chinese side of his heritage. In adopting his mother’s maiden name as part of his professional identity, he is embracing another side of himself.
When he’s not acting, Brian can be found indulging in his addiction to guacamole and can be heard bursting into song at random moments on the streets of his current city of Vancouver, Canada.
You can find Brian on Twitter and Instagram @BrianDoeChua
As a CA based voice actor, Manny Cristobal has been able to voice in a variety of genres since his start in 2019. Eager to hone his craft and grow his skill, he sought to train with industry professionals in different aspects of VO, from commercial to promo to animation and gaming. And with his arsenal of voices in his toolkit, he always seeks out opportunities to provide the necessary BOOM that people need for their projects.
Tom Edwards went to the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, where he obtained a BFA in Drama. He began his explorations in acting somewhere in Junior high and High school, where the need to exhibit his hilarious takes on life began. Upon graduation he began to obtain work in theatre and commercials and films and industrial videos, all of varying quality, in Edmonton and in Vancouver, B.C. He’s worked in ADR for Anime cartoons and a bit of voicing for games with Bioware. He has been to many voice conventions with Deb and taken many voice acting classes with Deb and Elley-Ray. He met Deb Munro at a film audition in Calgary way back in the 2000s, where she invited him to get into voiceover and “Look her up”. And Tom can partially blame her and Elley-Ray for the performance you will be put through now. He takes most of the blame upon himself.
Who would have thought that making talking to yourself “interesting” would lead me here? If there’s one thing that I’d want to do for the rest of my life, it would be this. Talking into the void within my tiny purple Scream Closet. I need to support my crippling dice addiction somehow, ya know? It is my honor and privilege to be able to subject/I mean, share the voices in my head with the world.
Tim Heller is a voice actor based in Austin, TX. After starting out in the theatre and musical theatre world, Tim found his way to voice acting almost by accident. Chronic back issues took the live performance aspect of his life out of play for a while and thrust him into the wonderful world of VO. Talk about a silver lining! He is so excited to be on this ride and strives to create opportunities not only for himself, but for friends and colleagues both new and old!
Eli is a Canadian born, NJ bred recent transplant to Toronto, most recently, via Chicago. She is a trained actor with a BA in Theatre Arts from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, and an MA in Acting from East 15 in London, England. She is bilingual in Hebrew and English and proficient in French. Being a first generation North American and the daughter of immigrants has created an intense curiosity inside of her and a desire to truly understand how other humans live around the world. This makes for engaging and dynamic storytelling. Eli and her husband, Justin, are the proud parents of an extraordinary son named Zev and a mouthy kitty called Mrs. Weasley. You can see and hear her at www.elikatzvo.com.
It all started when I began recording my “stuffed animals” interviewing each other on their daily show when I was about 6 or 7, haha. Yes, I do still have some of the recordings on my little cassette tapes, and it’s hilarious. When I came of the working age, fate sent me to Disneyland as it was the only “LAND” I could let out my inner child. I will forever be grateful for that. For 7 years I got to play pretend in the entertainment department of the world’s greatest playground. I performed as several world famous characters and got paid to “play”. It was a dream come true for this kid!
Surrounded by Talent, I was constantly inspired. I eventually left Disney to pursue what I went to college for, teaching. Feeling misplaced and incomplete, I eventually left teaching in search of what, I didn’t realize until later, I had once had, but left. After many failed career paths later, my path lead me right back to entertainment, to feeling whole again. I found myself in VO after a wild zigzag of trial and errors in life. The moment I realized that VO fulfilled what nothing else did inside me, and it was something I was able to do while raising my kids, Boom, I committed and made a career out of it for myself.
This is the BEST industry. I have found my place, my tribe, and I am committed to personal improvement on a daily, a passion I lacked everywhere else. I am here to learn, grow and continue doing what feeds my soul. I am inspired daily by my peers, coaches and legends in the industry. I feel blessed daily to do this for a living and can’t wait to see where I go from here. Until then, I am enjoying this incredible ride. Thank you for being a part of it! :) With lots of Love, Iman
Heather is a trilingual multidisciplinary and passionate storyteller from Montreal with roots in Guatemala, Spain, and Italy. She has studied performing arts and recently starred in a short film titled Mamita that was filmed in Peru. She just finished narrating her fourth audiobook titled Le Royaume de Lénacie and her voice will soon be heard in an AR exhibition at a museum in Quebec. When she’s not gaming, trying out new recipes or imitating actors in Korean dramas, you can find her hyper-fixating on mushrooms!
Jesse’s a Voice Actor based out of Los Angeles. His passion is creating and performing characters, anime/ animated t.v. shows, Dungeons and Dragons, and loves to run. (even if no one is chasing him…) He’s very grateful for his showcased audition, and would love to share how much fun he had performing it.
Will is a professional dragon tamer with a Ph.D. in wyrm biology who does voice acting in his free time. He was also – contrary to popular belief – the first man to walk on Mars, and is the founder of the SPCT (Global Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Toasters). To date, the organization has rescued more than seventy-two toasters and toaster ovens and given them better homes. Will is honored to be showcased grunting into a microphone, and prays that the aliens that left him here will see and come get him because it’s been two centuries now and he’s getting tired of human “food”.
Born in Hungary and currently residing in Dallas Texas, Livia Zita is an award winning multilingual voiceover talent and vocalist.
She enjoys creative character work in animation and videogames the most, and she is highly sought after for her natural exotic accent.
Highlights in her career so far include voicing in an animated feature with Mark Hamill, receiving the British Wishing Shelf Book Award for Audiobook Narration, and being nominated for a Grammy for her singing with the heavy metal band King Diamond.