Jessica DiSalvo

Member for 9 months •
"Warm, raspy, and wry"
Jessica DiSalvo

I love to collaborate. It’s my favorite part of this job. I delight in working with you until we figure out the perfect vocal approach to tell your brand story.

No listener wants to be “talked at.” It is always my goal to reel them in and make them part of the conversation.

Years of classical acting training have helped me to become a versatile voiceover artist. It also means that I am very good at taking direction. I have a musical background and a good ear, and am a quick study with dialects. I’ve recently been hired for jobs in French, English, Russian, and Italian accents.

 Training

I have years of acting training which translate into my skills as a voice actor. I hold an M.F.A. in classical acting from Southern Methodist University, and have trained with the Moscow Art Theatre School and the British American Drama Academy.

I studied commercial voiceover privately with Doriane Elliott, a commercial casting director in NYC.

 Experience

I've been the voice of WW, the new Weight Watchers since 2018, featured in commercials with Oprah Winfrey. I've also been the voice of both Byrider and Inspira Health for the past year.

I've been featured in TV and digital spots for Stella Artois, Harley Davidson, Spectrum, Mini Cooper, and Plated, and was proud to be the voice in the Zola commercial that went viral in 2019.

I've been featured in radio spots for Juicy Juice, BlueCross BlueShield, and Total Wireless, among others.

I've recorded demos for Peloton and David's Bridal, and countless explainer and business videos for clients such as IBM, Qualcomm, Bacardi, Johnson & Johnson, La Mer, and The Wall Street Journal.

Apple News + just released their new audio stories, for which I narrated articles for WSJ Magazine, Travel + Leisure, Vanity Fair, Fortune, and Oprah Magazine.

I've recorded thousands of on-hold and IVR prompts for PH Media Group.

Finally, in August I will record four roles in my first video game!

 Specials

I have a great ear for dialects, and have recorded work in British, French, Italian, and Russian accents.