David Markus

Miembro desde 3 años
"The Vocal Chameleon - Man of Thousands of Voices"

David has been a prolific voice actor since he was a teenager, when he was a series regular on the Hanna-Barbera animated series "Popeye & Son" on CBS. Through the years, he has worked as a Production Executive for film directors Wolfgang Petersen ("Air Force One", "The Perfect Storm") and Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow ("The Hurt Locker"), and written numerous screenplays, including "Stevie" starring Catherine McCormack. He now has a successful career in reality television, receiving four Emmy nominations for his work on NBC's phenomenon "American Ninja Warrior". Amidst all of it, though, his love for voiceover has remained steady, and he continues to be an in-demand performer for video games, animation, commercials, ADR, podcasts and more.

He has a home studio with Source Connect, ready to fulfill any of your voiceover needs!


Received his first crash-course training at Hanna-Barbera. Has also studied with Kalmenson & Kalmenson, Susan Blu at Blupka Productions, Marc Graue and MJ Lallo.


Past clients include Disney, Fox, NBC, CBS, Warner Bros., Regions Bank, Time Warner, Toyota, Activision, Sony, Animal Planet, Ubisoft, Lionsgate, Hewlett Packard, among countless others.

--Served as the Announcer for the 4-time Emmy nominated phenomenon "American Ninja Warrior" on NBC for four years.
--Provide various voices for "Big Brother" on CBS, for their numerous challenges.
--Was the voice of Regions Bank for three years (campaigns on both TV and radio).
--Was featured in films including "G-Force", "The Tooth Fairy", "Poseidon", "The Crazies", "Stay Cool" and "Quackerz", to name a few.
--Provided voices to video games such as "Gears of War", "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic", multiple Skylanders games, "Timeshift", "Supreme Commander", "Ultimate Spiderman" and "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown", to name a few.
--Work in animation includes "Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated", "Quackerz", "Clay Kids", "Justice League", "Teen Titans", "The Dancing Pumpkin", and "Code Geass" to name a few


I can handle post-production effects if needed. Happy to discuss any other mixing needs.