Tom Fry

Tom Fry

Member for 9 years •
"Versatile. Deep. Mid-range. Many characters."

Tom has a very versatile vocal style. He can deliver a deep pitch which can be strong and authoritative, burly and tough or smooth and sexy. He has a mid-range tone which allows him to be warm and friendly, professional and upbeat or even quite younger. He can also be very enthusiastic or high-energy when needed. His Dennis Leary-style attitude reads are very effective, as well.

Tom's vocal range is quite wide. With an upper-register he can sound like a teenager or young adult in his early 20's, mid-late 20's or 30's. His middle-age range is quite versatile as well. Early to mid 40's, late 40's or early 50's. His senior voice is best utilized for characters and testimonials. He can sound in his 60's, 70's and even 80's.

Accents and characters are perhaps one of Tom's strongest suits. Dialects include: British (London, Liverpudlian, proper), Southern American (Texan, Country, Cowboy, redneck, hillbilly), Hispanic (Mexican, Central American, Latino--most Latin American Countries), Russian, Midwestern, Minnesota, Chicago, New York (New Yorker), East Coast and California (Surfer, West Coast). He can also sound Jewish, Middle Eastern, Arabic, Slavic and Indian. Tom does many characters, which include quite a few voice Impressions: Johnny Carson, Sam Elliot, Keeanu Reeves, Sylvester Stallone, Borat, Brüno, Bill Clinton, George W Bush, Ronald Reagan, Casey Casem, Bill Cosby, Elvis Presley, Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Mr. Miyagi (Karate Kid), Al Bundy (Married With Children), Karl Childers (Sling Blade), Scooby Doo and Shaggy, Sylvester the Cat, Yosemite Sam, South Park voices, Beavis and Butthead and dozens more... He can also sing like Cat Stevens and Bruce Springsteen.


Tom is a trained actor:

He graduated from the esteemed Sanford Meisner Center For The Arts (2-year program in Los Angeles).

Has a BA in Telecommunications and Theatre from Indiana University, Bloomington (4-year).

Graduated from the acclaimed "ICM's Marla Kirban and Frank Mueller's Intensive Voice-over Workshop".

Studied Character Voices with Pat Fraley--dubbed by the New York Times as "the most sought-after voice over teacher in North America."


Tom has done everything from voicing national commercials to regional and local spots. He has worked on many business projects including sales, e-learning, instructional, training and explainer videos and tutorial, as well as overview and launch video. He has voiced sizzle reels, spec spots, app teasers, phone systems, e-books, audio books, movie trailers and TONS of animation, casual games, cartoon projects and video games. He has voiced and acted in industrial films, web-broadcasts, network programming, television shows, film and cable.

Partial client list includes: Arby’s, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Super 8 Motels, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, Coors, Budweiser, National Geographic, Fox-TV, Bank of America, Miller Brewing Company, Burger King, United States Coast Guard, Cisco Systems, Sunbeam, Northwestern School of Medicine, Goodwill, I.B.E.W., Starz, Knights of Columbus, Dream World Studios, Koala Bear Kare, InDigital, I-Moderate, First Data, Educause, National Tax Experts, DataLink, Old National Bank, Colorado Lottery, Ocean LED, Draw-Kids, XL-RX, Butterworth Medical Center...and hundreds more.

>>Over 500 local voice-overs for radio, television, and cable in California, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and Colorado.

He is the former stadium announcer for The Colorado 14ers of the NBA's D-League and was a finalist for the voice of The Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team as well as The Denver Nuggets of the NBA.

He has done play-by-play for baseball, basketball and football at the high-school and college level, as well as hosted a nationally syndicated radio show heard in over 125 markets.


Tom Fry is a very well-rounded talent (acting, voice-overs, musician, writer, stadium announcer, radio show host, and producer)

He's an excellent writer. He's written two screenplays (currently pitching "Wild World: The Cat Stevens Story") and has written hundreds of commericals and bits for radio, television and cable.

He has done play by play and stadium announcing at the college and professional level.

As mentioned, Tom is an actor, as well. He's done everything from network television and major motion pictures to stage productions, cable and local work.