Elizabeth Abbott

Member for 8 years •
"Expressive, warm female voice with a standard American sound"
Elizabeth Abbott

I have an expressive, warm female voice with a standard American sound that is both smart and approachable. My vocal versatility make me an excellent fit for a wide variety of animation, documentary, audio book, and other creative projects. My accents/dialects and character voices are often requested. I am frequently able to manipulate my voice to sound like others, and have worked on several voice match projects. Whether it’s your commercial, product demo video, corporate training spot, web application, or telephone greeting, I know what it takes to expertly convey your brand’s message.

Your total satisfaction is my top priority, and I'm fully committed to providing you with a top-notch effective quality product you can be proud of!

 Training

VOICE OVER: Leigh Gilbert, Nancy Wolfson
ACTING FOR COMMERCIALS: Carolyne Barry, Jonathan Klein
IMPROV: Donovan Scott
SINGING: Seth Riggs, Brett Manning
VOICE & SPEECH / ACCENTS & DIALECTS: Ingo Titze, Katherine Verdolini, Paul Wagar, Frank Gerrish

National Center for Voice & Speech / University of Iowa - Vocology Certificate
British American Drama Academy - Oxford Program
University of Utah - Bachelor of Arts, Theatre

I continue to improve my acting & voiceover dexterity by training with top industry leaders on a regular basis.

 Experience

I have been acting for stage, screen and voiceover for the past 15 years, and can be seen and heard in a variety of commercials, training videos, animated films, video games, and telephone on-hold messages.

CLIENT LIST:
Toyota
Marriott
Microsoft
HP
Intel
Novartis
Johnson & Johnson
DC Comics
Driscoll's Berries
Ann Taylor
Cars.com
Comcast
Williams-Sonoma
Viking Cruises
Catholic Relief Services
PBS
and many many more!!

 Specials

I am also a voice/speech/dialect coach. Specialties include: Standard American, Transatlantic, Standard British (RP), Cockney, Irish, Scottish, Australian, New York, Chicago, Boston, Southern American (several variations), French, Russian, Italian, German, and many more