Judy McMillan

Judy McMillan

Mitglied seit 2 Jahren •
"Warm, Rich, Flexible, Mature, Female Voice"

Here in south central Texas, they call me Dame Judy, though I was raised in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S.A, and my native language is American English. My neutral speaking voice has been described as mature, rich, melodic, warm, and cultured, but because of my extensive training and experience as an actress I am capable of all kinds of variations including use of diverse accents and the creation of characters via my voice.

I'm proud to be a member of World-Voices Organization (WoVO) and a dues paying non (former) member of SAG-AFTRA (FiCORE). I look forward to bringing a professional work ethic, short turn around time, and all of my skills to your project!


Hofstra University, Theatre Arts Performance Major 3 years; Voice, Diction, and Dialects training
Colorado State University BA in Speech and Theatre Arts; Oral Interpretation and Narration training
Studio E, Austin
On the job!


The Fastest Little Race Car, Narrator, animated short film in post production
We Know Now, Narrator, Radio Play by The Merry Beggars
The Opening, Narrator, Radio Play by Drew Mayer Oaks
This is Azaelia, Animated Feature Film, Old Russian Lady, Dir. Alexandre Chereau
Rosenberg Indoor Comfort (commercial), Blonde Creative
Average Joe, Feature Film, Lexii the Computer, Live Wire Films, Dir. Mark Cantu
Until We Could, last stanza of Richard Blanco's poem, Austin Arts and Culture, Dirs. Yen Tan and David Lowry


singing (contralto voice)