THE RIGHT CHOICE When You Need THAT ONE VOICE
Real and Relevant
This is how one of the most respected names in voice over describes Stephanie Stephens because she’s a very versatile female voice over talent. He says:
“She sounds intelligent, factual, cultured, and educated. Her voice sounds expansive and stylish.
It’s confident, romantic, trusted, and in-the-know.”
So if that’s anywhere close to the sound you seek, you’ve arrived!
A major Southwestern health system said this recently:
“Stephanie. Oh, my goodness. I want to put you in my pocket and keep you forever.
Those were amazing!! I am so thrilled with how they turned out!”
Extensive Female Voice Over Talent Experience
More than 20 years’ experience means a rich female voice over talent resume. So it includes narration, commercials, promos, and animation projects. In addition, she’ll deliver ear-worthy “no-sell” reads, upbeat, forceful promos. Bring on the challenging medical, technical, corporate, or eLearning copy. And listen to characters with character and verve.
Creative Female Voice Over Talent Versatility
Enhance your image and elevate your brand. A performer since childhood, Stephanie will put a professional “shine” on your presentation, whether it’s narration, commercial, or voicemail. Her neutral accent, but she can deliver another one at your request.
Stephanie has been heard on projects for a wide array of clients. These include hospitals, auto dealerships, universities, retail stores, and nonprofits. She’s voiced for TV and cable networks and radio stations. She’s read spots for political campaigns, fuel companies, airlines, hospitals and health systems, and more. Steph was the original female voice for Denver International Airport. So remember, the white zone IS for loading and unloading only!
Voice Over Training from the Best
As a professional female voice over talent, Steph has studied with some of the best. She’s worked with top Los Angeles voice over professionals because she seeks voice over perfection for your project. To illustrate, her coaches include Cindy Akers, Michael Bell, Patrick Flynn, Pat Fraley, Jodi Gottlieb, Donna Grillo, Cathy Kalmenson, Huck Liggett, Scott Shurian, Nancy Wolfson, J. Michael Collins, and Dave Walsh. And a special “Thank you!” to Debbie Cope and Dan Lenard!