A good Voiceover artist is much like a good whisky. He gets only gets better with age. This one has his origin in the turfy highlands of Transsilvania and aged 21 years in a bavarian wheatbeer barrell. He shelters an ancient soul in a juvenile body. The first giveaway is his deep and smoky velvet voice. Looking closer, more evidence completes the picture: he loves whisky, jazz, his wife and his two children – though not necessarily in that order. When recording studios all over the world point their spotlight toward the sky in desperate need for a real voice actor, he vaults into his “Patmobile” and is ready to go. He’s the man who guarantees to please (the booking ladies). A stable structure on which you can build your film on – sometimes warm, friendly and familiar, and sometimes cooler than Wim Hoffs bathtub. That’s not coming from him, but these quotes come from the proverbial horse’s mouth of verified clients such as: Gösser, A1, Mc Donald’s, Samsung, Constantin Film or OMV. You’ll have to find out for yourself whether all the ‘Start-ups’ were mistaken.

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A good Voiceover artist is much like a good whisky. He gets only gets better with age. This one has his origin in the turfy highlands of Transsilvania and aged 21 years in a bavarian wheatbeer barrell. He shelters an ancient soul in a juvenile body. The first giveaway is his deep and smoky velvet voice. Looking closer, more evidence completes the picture: he loves whisky, jazz, his wife and his two children – though not necessarily in that order. When recording studios all over the world point their spotlight toward the sky in desperate need for a real voice actor, he vaults into his “Patmobile” and is ready to go. He’s the man who guarantees to please (the booking ladies). A stable structure on which you can build your film on – sometimes warm, friendly and familiar, and sometimes cooler than a bucket full of frozen cat piss. That’s not coming from him, but these quotes come from the proverbial horse’s mouth of verified clients such as: Gösser, A1, Mc Donald’s, Samsung, Constantin Film or OMV. You’ll have to find out for yourself whether all the ‘Start-ups’ were mistaken.