Allegra Verlezza

I'm genderfluid and my voice is chill, conversational, playful, edgy, and more!

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Allegra Verlezza


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Bio and Credits

English (North American)
Accents and Dialects
Voice Age
Young Adult
Middle Aged
I've been a voice actor for over a year and acting in plays for 15 years. I've voiced commercials and e-learning videos and I can't wait to lend my unique voice to your next project!

I'm genderfluid and I feel affirmed voicing roles across the gender spectrum, including those for women and non-binary folks.

I have an NYC-based home studio equipped for broadcast-quality sound with a Rode NT1 mic, Solid State Logic SSL 2 audio interface, and Source Connect. And when you need it, I can offer you SAME-DAY turnaround!

My voice is on the Millenial / Gen Z cusp and my sound spans chill and real, casual and conversational, dry and witty, warm and trustworthy, rebellious and edgy, playful and sassy, energetic and colorful, and my favorite - the non-voiceover voiceover.

I've enjoyed studying the ins and outs of all VO genres with Elizabeth Bunnell, Jen Sukup, Erica Schroeder, Ed Lewis, Andy Roth, Roger Becker, Carrie Faverty, Paul Liberti, and Eric Yves Garcia.
Special Skills
Cartoon / Animation
IVR, Voicemail, Phone Systems or On-Hold Message
Training, Business Presentations, Sales and Web Sites
My pronouns are they/them/theirs and she/her/hers. As a proud genderfluid and queer person, I enjoy bringing my full, authentic self to voiceover. I feel affirmed and comfortable voicing roles across the gender spectrum, including those who are women and non-binary.

I love using my acting talent, vocal range, and unique perspective to breathe life into multi-dimensional characters, tell captivating stories, and amplify important messages. Intentional storytelling and performance have been a through-line in my life. Born in Brooklyn, I was raised by a family of modern dancers in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Summers were spent watching as many cartoons as possible and assisting my parents with dance workshops for adults and children with disabilities. This early experience instilled in me a drive to create art that helps others.

I grew up acting, dancing, and writing plays, leading me to study playwriting and screenwriting at SUNY Purchase College and earn my B.A. in Women & Gender Studies from Hunter College. Throughout and after college, I volunteered and worked for a wide range of organizations that advance justice for low-income communities of color and LGBTQ+ folks. I care deeply about incorporating this commitment to liberation for marginalized communities in everything I do, including voiceover.

Acting has remained one of my greatest passions and most recently, I have enjoyed acting in remote plays produced by Breaking & Entering Theatre Collective and Theater Accident.

I have continued to be infatuated with cartoons and animated storytelling, especially as shows like The Legend of Korra, Steven Universe, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, and The Dragon Prince are centering BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices that are too often erased in children’s media. It is my dream to voice characters in cartoons and video games that make LGBTQ+ young people feel seen and affirmed.

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