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Jeremy brings a plethora of skills to the table, not the least of which includes quick turnaround, great customer service, and an overall great time! He loves what he does, from the gangliest goblin to the most complex, technical medical lingo.
After gaining a new life passion from seeing a production of Midsummer Night’s Dream at his high school, Jeremy spent over a decade pursuing theatre in Seattle, and performed at many venues outside Washington State as well. He also managed to get several short films under his belt before committing all his efforts to voiceover.
Jeremy brings a boundless energy to all live-recorded sessions, and has satisfied clients from all over the world. He now lives in L.A., California, with his wife and a great big dozy ginger cat.
People Are Saying…
“It was a pleasure working with him!”
“Jeremy did some voice over for our game’s demo, and he was great! His delivery was on point and his recordings were of good quality. It was a pleasure working with him!”
“Many fun elements power MentalUP; however, if we hadn’t Jeremy’s voice in it, that would be a quiet amusement park that children want to flee.
Thanks to Jeremy’s fantastic work, our app and YouTube channel have become the play friend, which sounds fun to millions of kids.“
“Jeremy delivered the exact tone and energy we were looking for.”
“Perfectly met all our needs!”
“It was a great experience working with Jeremy! His voiceover perfectly met all our needs for the character in our video game! esponsive and fast delivery, definitely would like to work with him again!”
“We really can’t recommend Jeremy highly enough.”
“Jeremy originated the role of Cyril Brass in our award-winning audio drama BRASS, and has also done work for us in film and stage. He does his homework, is open to direction, and is a genuinely a good man to do business with.
What’s more his voice is a flexible and wide-ranging instrument, as capable in delivering comic quips as real pathos. His accent work is impeccable, his instincts are honed and he’s even good at sight reading.”