Scot Combs

I save media producers time and headaches by easily handling technical terminology, minimizing retakes, and delivering audio that requires little, if any, sweetening. All with a Midwestern accent cultivated in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

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Bio and Credits

Languages
English (North American)
Voice Age
Young Adult
Middle Aged
Senior
Experience
I've been a talent since 1977 working in local, national, and international markets.

Partial Client List: BodyArmor Sports Drink, Diesel Components, Porsche Owners Club, McLeod Health, Liberty Pumps, Memphis Men’s Clinic, Pinnacle Men’s Health, St. Louis Men’s Clinic, Medtronic, Starkey Halo, The Suzanne Plan, Sanofi Aventis, Homemark (South Africa), Trane Inc., Capella University, Connexus Energy, Standard Water Control Systems, Medved Auto Dealerships, Five Star Chevy Florence, Luther Volkswagen Dealers, I-10 Dodge, Sam Taylor Cadillac, DuraPatcher, ProPlate, Quaker, Pearson Education, Jostens, Target, Miracle Ear, Taco John’s, HeartMath, Time Warner Cable
Special Skills
Commercial
Documentary
IVR, Voicemail, Phone Systems or On-Hold Message
Training, Business Presentations, Sales and Web Sites
Non-Union
About
I’ve spent my whole life performing. I acted in school plays. I participated in acting and improvised acting competitions, winning a number of awards. I’ve been playing guitar and singing in bands since I was about 12 years old. I still do.

In 1977, while working for a clothing store in Topeka, Kansas, I was tapped to do several of their commercials. This led to broadcasting school and a twenty year odyssey in radio and television where I worked as on air talent, production director, and creative director on local stations and a couple of national networks.

When the station advertisers started hiring me to do their commercials in this market and others, and other stations advertisers started contacting me to do their spots, it began to dawn on me that a voiceover career might be possible. Turns out I was right.

I trained with local celebrity voiceover coach and vocal therapist Edward V. (Mike) Foreman. This proved critical and I have Mike to thank for my career.

I work from my own studio stocked with top shelf equipment and can connect with you in any way you need. I’m easy to get a hold of and would greatly appreciate the opportunity to work on your project. Please don’t hesitate to contact me today.

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