Trevor Garner

Member for 3 years •
"A wide range of voices for a wide range of projects!"
Trevor Garner

I am Capable of a wide range of voices to fit a wide range of narrative and commercial projects; from friendly to youthful and high energy, rough and tumble, authoritative, and everything in between. I can keep it natural and conversational, and deliver a wide range of character voices and accents for animations, video games, or more character based commercial scripts. I am also adept at many different accents, and can often learn new accents quickly.

 Training

I continue to train and act in front of the camera and in front of microphone professionally, was trained in commercial Voice Over by Paul Armbruster and Bob Carter, teach classes in both on camera acting and voice acting, have done a significant amount of ADR for film and have worked on numerous Voice Over projects, I worked as a commentator for NPR, and in Highschool was involved in the Youth Radio program through NPR -- where I got my start.

 Experience

When I was a kid, I would attempt to imitate my favorite cartoon characters and just about every accent I heard. I wanted to be those cartoon characters, to be the voice behind the thing I loved. Fast forward to adulthood; I began acting on camera professionally in 2007, and made the leap into VO in 2012. I trained with Paul Armbruster in Atlanta, Georgia, and in August of that year acquired national representation by Umberger Agency in Atlanta, GA. I've done work for everything from corporate clients like Priceline and Georgia Pacific, to the United States Army and the National Museum of the United States Army, to video games and critically acclaimed narrative podcasts. My passion as a Voice Actor is working in Anime, animation, and video games. I am also represented by Stars in San Francisco, CA, and Carter Creative in Atlanta, GA.

 Specials

I can record and deliver finished voice over tracks either via my home studio, or the professional studios I have access to.