Amy T's voice_actor_profile

About Amy T

Gender: Female
Reading Age: 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s
Languages & Accents:
English Neutral - Native speaker
Hispanic - Can perform American English with a Hispanic accent
Spanish Neutral (no accent) - Native speaker
Spanish Neutral (no accent) - Can perform American English with a Spanish Neutral (no accent) accent
Other Skills: Takes direction well. Professional. Clear sound. Bilingual.
Union Affiliations: Non-union
Personal Marketing Statement:

Without a doubt, award-winning voice actor Amy Taylor-Fernandez is your go-to girl for stellar bilingual voiceover. Her ability to speak American English and neutral US Spanish makes her a one stop shop for those seeking to reach multi-cultural audiences across the nation and beyond.

Amy has lent her sincerely nurturing, comfy and sophisticated sound to great clients like Verizon Wireless, Madison Square Garden, Subway, Clorox and ESPN – just to name a few.

Overview Description Of My Voice:

Professional, Helpful, Caring, Nurturing, Comforting, Kind, Sophisticated, Friendly, Sultry, Clear, Bilingual, Spanish, Latina, Hispanic.

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