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The Reed You Need Voiceovers

by Margaret Reed

Warm, sensual, wry, and raspy voice talent for narrations or for cosmetic commercials.
Excellent articulation.
Clear and clean mid range voice overs for industrials and brighter cosmetic.
Smooth and presentational voice.
Funny, comical, improvisational.
Fast for disclaimers.
Warm Mom sound for baby and kids' products.
Perfect cat and dog impersonations - especially good cat fights.
60 second radio spots
Excellent at dialogue/acting spots.

B.A. University of California at Santa Cruz - Theatre Arts
M.F.A. Cornell University - Professional Acting program
MaryLynn Wissner - Los Angeles - Voice-Over workshop/Scott Shurian
Coordinated and organized voiceover talent workshops in Manhattan

Professional Actor in film, theatre, primetime & daytime television, commercial TV voice-overs, radio, animation, narration, ADR, and IVR for 30 years.
Many industrials both on-camera and voice-overs.
8 years on As the World Turns as Shannon O'Hara McKechnie.
Many sitcoms and nighttime TV - Seinfeld, Star Trek, TNG, Law and Order, Limitless, etc.
Many indie films, most recently in John Turturro's 2017 film Going Places and as Tom Sizemore's wife in Cybil Lake's Central Park Dark. Most recently in Laura Bray's tv pilot, Undocumented, directed by New Zealand actor/director David DeLautour, as Lauren Augarten's mom in her series SameSame and as Josh Mostel's tough-talkin' wife, Gloria in the comedy The Amazing Ray.
Documentary narration.
Greetings/on hold messages for voice mail.
Long resume of plays, TV, and films including the most recent - Guest Star on CBS-TV Limitless, recurring role on the new series SameSame, Masha in Christopher Durang's Tony Award-winning play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the 2015 Tony Award-Winning Cleveland Play House, Geva Theatre Center, and The Cape Playhouse (2015), Vivien Leigh and Joan Plowright in Austin Pendelton's Orson's Shadow at the Barrow Street Theatre in New York City
I am a mom of 2 boys - 17 and 21 years old. My 21-year-old son is a Senior at The Ohio State University. Go Buckeyes!

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