Chuck Davis

Casual Conversational to Button Down Corporate. The network promo voice of Star World India

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Recent Work

Connectivity

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Skype
Phone Patch

Bio and Credits

Languages
English (North American)
Accents and Dialects
New England, New York, Southern (generic)
Voice Age
Middle Aged
Experience
I've worked for big brands in national TV and radio campaigns for Sprint, Prevagen, Waterpik, Osteo Bi-Flex, WORX Air (informercial), The US Department of Homeland Security, Legacy Publishing, Hasbro and Playskool. I'm also one of the network promo voices of STAR WORLD - India as well as FX - India. Both Fox International Properties. I've also voiced corporate, technical and medical narrations for a wide variety of clients including Bass Pro Shops/Bluegreen Vacations, Custom Building Products, Tommy Hilfiger, Credit Suisse, Ricoh, Prudential, Barrx Medical and many more.

Specialties of the House: Commercial reads that call for authentic, real, believable characters as well as younger more energized roles. Clear, concise narration for corporate, medical and eLearning projects. From button down banker to casual and friendly employee orientations, I have the flexibility to fit your production to a tee.
Special Skills
Commercial
Documentary
Movie and Game Trailer
Promo
Training, Business Presentations, Sales and Web Sites
Union
Non-Union
About
I come from the same place your customers do. A family, a home…a real life. I'm ready to tell your story in the most compelling way!

I'm a real, straight ahead performer with a wry edge, a wink if you will. No announcers here….unless you really want one. In that case I’ll hold a quick séance and channel one for you.

32 years as a broadcaster and major market Creative Director. I left radio in 2011 when my VO business became so active that I felt I had to make a choice.


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