Lesley Larsen

Member for 4 years •
"Think girl next door meets Kathleen Turner..."

I pride myself on being the type of person who is ridiculously passionate about the projects I take on. As a voice actor, I bring my enthusiasm, imagination, and dedication to my voiceover work. The best thing I like about being a voice actor is the variety of characters I’m able to play on a daily basis. From a teen educating people about the solar system, to a mom discussing her tips to make her life easier, to an evil villain plotting to steal a herd of cattle, I love getting to explore and show my versatility as an artist. I’ve got the kind of voice that can include styles such as millennial, conversational (quirky or…normal), intimate, motherly, youthful, warm, friendly, and yes…even sexy.
Now, I wouldn’t say that I’m clever, amazing, and delightful. But my friends do…(teehee). But deep down very few people know that I am so connected to words that I get teary-eyed when I hear/read beautifully written pieces of literature (“We few, we happy few, we Band of Brothers”…ahhhh gets me everytime!). Maybe that’s why I enjoy doing voiceovers so much. Because it’s a vital part of who I am.
So seriously. Take a listen to my demo. Contact me. I’d love to be a resource for your voice over needs!


I've got a BFA in Acting and a Masters of Literature (MLITT) and a MFA in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature in Performance, Acting Concentration (phew, that's a mouthful!).
VO Coaches: Lisa Biggs, Toys/Cartoons/Commerical; Pat Fraley; Brad Venable/Dave Fennoy


I've worked professionally as an actor for 20 years. Favorite companies that I've worked with: The American Shakespeare Center, 540 Productions, The Provo Theatre. I've also worked professionally with an IMPROV group, "The Agents of Aberration" in Phoenix, AZ.


I've got one of those cool contra-alto ranges so I can sound/sing like guy or girl!