Byron Wagner

Byron Wagner

Membre depuis 1 décennie •
"Trustworthy, Informal, Candid, Authoritative, or OTT Comedic"

Hailing from the American midwest, home of Standard American Pronunciation, Carson, Cavett, Brando, the Fondas, and Fred Astaire, and blessed with a great set of pipes, Byron has enjoyed doing voiceover since age 13 (a very long time ago). A talented audio engineer/producer as well, he implemented (and patented) the first ISDN codec implementation for Disney in '92. He delights in quickly crafting memorable results for clients all over the world from his ISDN and SourceConnect equipped studio in Los Angeles, and travels extensively. One of Byron's specialties is communicating complex and difficult concepts and subjects (technology, medical, legal, and academic) in a genuinely engaging and compelling way.


Byron's participated in workshops with Pat Fraley, Bob Bergen, Kelly Ward, Richard Horvitz, Joyce Castellanos, Aaron Drown, and Marc Graue, among others. He's also studied with Huck Liggett (Voicecaster), Richard Tatum and Roger Scott. His theatre training and experience started at age eight. Venues include Omaha Junior Theatre, The Omaha Playhouse, Ohio University, and The Victory Theatre (L.A.)

He studied improvisation at the Comedy Store, body movement and mime with Juki Arkin (student of Etienne Decroux), Meisner technique with Maria Gobetti and Tom Ormeny in L.A. He's a longstanding magician member of the Magic Castle.

He held staff on-air positions at KFAB, KBON, KRCB, and KIOS a few eons back.

He's also done SAG on-camera work for CBS sitcoms.


Voiceover clients include Bozell & Jacobs, Frito Lay, Godfather's Pizza and numerous UK firms.

Current work features a number of audiobook titles for Random House/Books on Tape and, and a Jafar voicematch for Disney Imagineering.


Recent audiobook examples can be found at iTunes: