Andrea Petrille

Andrea Petrille

Member for 4 years •
"A sarcastic wit with an upbeat quirkiness"

I want to add personality to your project! My voice-over style can be described as friendly, warm, bubbly, compassionate, authoritative, intelligent, and sarcastic. From a reassuring mom to a shrill, nagging wife, or a disgruntled teen to a socially awkward science geek, let me help you create the character you’re looking for!

I have a vocal versatility which lends itself well to a variety of project types. Your commercial project could utilize my young, energetic delivery. Whereas, my authoritative confidence would be perfectly suited for your professional presentation. Whatever your voice-over need, I will deliver a fresh, innovative solution.

As a fun, upbeat, and conscientious person with a strong work ethic, it will be my pleasure to work with you!


I have a BS in Television, Radio, and Film Production from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a minor in English.

With my filmmaking degree and related practical experience, coupled with my employment history in market research for television pilots and made-for-TV movies, I bring a unique perspective to the importance of effective voice acting, as well as firsthand understanding of the demands of a professional production.

I have studied with voice acting coach, Brian S. Atwood, and I have taken acting classes, specializing in script study, at White Pines Productions.


I have spent the last few years as a full-time VO actor, lending my voice to brands like Five Star, Toyota, LEGO, National Geographic, and Petco. I've also had the honor of being the guest speaker at a workshop for aspiring voice actors.


My capabilities include:
Delivering edited and finished voice over, adding music and special effects, producing complete and mastered radio ads, and writing copy

Having been a small business owner and creator in an artistic field for many years, I enjoy teaming up with my clients to design and build the pieces they need – including TV and movie prop replicas.

My love of movies and cartoons from the ‘80s has led to my fascination with world-building: creating the look, feel, and sound of a fictional world from scratch. Developing an impactful and memorable voice-over allows me the pleasure of adding an essential layer to a brand new world.


“Can you just talk like a regular person for five minutes? I’m trying to have a serious discussion.” – mom

“She did a Gollum/Smeagol impression in my ear in the middle of the night, and I had to peel myself off the ceiling.” – husband

“No, thanks. I want mommy to read the book because she does the voices. You can get my milk.” – Abby, age 6

“Why do you always have to sing the harmonies of all the songs on the radio? It’s annoying.” – Ex-boyfriend