Mark Whitten

Member for 5 years •
"Bright, Energetic, Youthful, Aspirational, and Articulate"


My voice is bright and enthusiastic by nature. A friendly sound full of smile that connects to youth and positivity. A cool and confident sound for tech savvy entrepreneurs. And a passionate, empowering voice for the generation of change. From clean and articulate technical scripts to relaxed, conversational reads, I can deliver what you need to engage with your audience in a meaningful way.


Collaborative and highly creative. I've worked in the entertainment business for many years, and have experience with what clients need. I work hard, communicate openly, stick to the schedule, and get you what you need on time with 100% satisfaction. I'm not happy unless you are. I will come to you with ideas, and be prepared to take your direction. The project is yours. The vision is yours. I strive to honor that vision, and create something amazing together.


I've trained with The Groundlings Improv, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and at the University of Michigan, BFA - Musical Theatre. A solid resume of national and regional commercials, and theatre credits from NYC to Orlando round out my career. I continue to coach with top voice talent and teachers in the Los Angeles area.


I'm a professional actor working for some of the top entertainment companies including Disney, Dreamworks, and Paramount to name a few. Exciting recent projects include the lead in an animated series currently in production (still NDA), a feature animated film, "Malevolent," to be released in 2015, critically acclaimed video game "Blackhole", and multiple voices in the Machinima web series, "Minion Training College."


I'm a singer (baritone), and have been performing with the Walt Disney Company opening many of their new musicals. I've also received award nominations for musical performances in area theatres around Los Angeles, including Floyd Collins, Avenue Q, and Rent.

Accents: British (RP, Cockney), English (Southern, Appalachian, Midwestern, Northeastern), Irish, Scottish, German