Narrator, Announcer, Voiceovers

(okay, that was a little redundant.)

Bruce is an Emmy Award winning voiceover talent, known for his wide array of voices, dialects and characters. From his base in Dallas, Texas, Bruce has performed voiceovers for ABC, CBS , Fox and the WB. He's the national announcer of Harrah's Casinos and can be heard on ads for Subaru, McDonald's, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, Nokia and many more. Why is he telling you this? I dunno. I'm just the typist. But my guess is that through the demos within, he wants to convey that his wide ranging sound, eagerness to please, and his easy to direct attitude may be just what you're looking for in a voice talent.


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How do his demos convey his easiness to direct or eagerness to please?

Ooh. That's a good one. Okay, the demos won't convey that. But, the "26 Voices" demo will certainly give you a clear sense of his range. And through it you may be able to decipher his comedic timing and sense of humor. And of course there are many other demos on the site from his current television work as the station announcer for outlets around the country.

Yeah, but you said they conveyed that other stuff. Why'd you lie?

Okay now, who are you again? Look. Bruce is in fact eager to please and easy to direct. Perhaps I should've mentioned that there are letters available from happy producers, account executives and even a GM or two for you to peruse, and from them you may sense these things about him.

Uh huh. So the demos won't convey his work ethic and attitude?

If you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again. If you need help, hang up and dial your operator.


Is it 5 o'clock yet?! Just go on in and listen to some of Bruce's voiceovers. If you like them, call him. Then he can personally attest to his directability and eagerness to please.

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