|Jeff Pillars Commercial 2017.mp3|
|Jeff Pillars Animation_Characters 2014.mp3|
|Jeff Pillars Web-Gaming Demo.mp3|
|Jeff Pillars Documentary Demo.mp3|
Bio and Credits
English (North American)
Accents and Dialects
British, Irish, Scottish, Russian, French, German, Southern, Texas, NY, Bronx, Chicago, Canadian, New England
Thirty damn years, baby. Cut my teeth doing local spots for $10 bucks back in the day. Over the years I've been lucky to keep a stable of regular clients, be it for commercials (national and local) Videogames or internal sales. For the last twenty years, I've been a cast member on the nationally syndicated "The John Boy & Billy Big Show" for iHeart Media. I do a rotating cast of characters which I also right myself. I'm also pretty adept at the art form known as the "song parody". Yeah, I got the pipes.
Cartoon / Animation
Movie and Game Trailer
Training, Business Presentations, Sales and Web Sites
Started as a stage actor and moved to film and television. Traveled all around the globe acting. Got tired of the road about twenty years ago and started writing and doing my own characters for a nationally syndicated morning radio show and doing VO full time. I'd always done Voice Acting, but never full time. It's wonderful. I'm also a screenwriter and just published my first book "The House of Goodbyes" about my life taking in, caring for and ultimately saying goodbye to all the animals that found their way into our lives. www.thehouseofgoodbyes.com I also just released an audio CD of the poems from the book called "Two Old Dogs". If you want a copy, let me know. These days, I do EVERYTHING. Commercials, Movie and Book Trailers, Car Dealership Ads, Videogames. I'm particularly well known among my clients for my skill at doing "Anthems". I love it. If you want to know anything else or see my body of work, hit my website. www.jeffpillars.com I make mid-six figures doing what I love. My clients, with rare exception, come back over and over. I have some great national clients and union stuff is nice, but like I told someone in an interview recently, "I made my fortune $300 at a time." When it comes to rate, everything is negotiable. I don't bust your hump about revisions and retakes. It's all included in the price. I'm here to serve you and that philosophy has served me well.