Movie trailer voice over by the movie trailer voice actor.
While movie trailer voice overs are slowly being phased out by Hollywood, being replaced by screen text and just the title and release date voiced at the end,
they are still in high demand for independent films, book trailers, music videos,
video game voices and websites, as well as for the
trailers voice approach to online advertisements,
radio broadcast spots and TV
commercials, in those situations when a dramatic, emoting,
epic movie trailers style voice by a
seasoned yet unobtrusive male voice over talent
would make a grander, highly impressionable impact on the audience, leaving them yearning for more. Movie trailers style
voice overs, which involve the process of adding colorful, descriptive spoken words
to film clips, or capsulized versions of movies or video projects as a method of promoting them through visual media, are also in demand for more
private use. Take the numerous YouTube projects, event announcements, wedding videos, DVD and DJ trailers, etc, when a movie trailers voice
will add fun and personality to the message being presented. For some of our movie trailer voice examples, please refer to the
movie trailer voice over demo video player above.
The late Don LaFontaine (Donald Leroy), a highly respected American voice over talent
famous for recording more than 5,000 movie trailers and hundreds of thousands of TV commercials, network promotions, and video game trailers,
was such a voice, as was Hal Davis who passed more recently. In tribute to these former kings of movie trailers, we as professional and
experienced movie trailer voice over artists feel the obligation to carry on their
legacy along with other surviving movie trailer voice actors of our time. You can review our partial list of
voice over clients including movie trailer and book trailer
voice over projects for which we provided the voice over.