Julian Casey

Julian Casey

Membre depuis 5 années •
"Smooth, warm and lovely to listen to."

A very flexible and multi-mood voice. Whether it’s for TV, radio video games or the web; I can make your product sound like it’s the best there is, explain your difficult technical features, or give it just the right amount of gravitas that reassures the listener.
Born in Ireland; lived there, the UK, South Africa and now Canada. I have a great ear and ability for accents, and so naturally, as a voice performer I have all the variations of those accents and dialects in my pallet.

 Formation

I have a BFA, Specialisation in Theatre Performance, from Concordia University. I’ve been trained by Brenda Anderson, Nancy Helms, Debra Toffan, Rea Nolan.
More than fifteen years as a professional voice actor for TV, radio and video games.

 Expérience

I have voiced marketing campaigns for Biotherm, Danone, Videotron, St Hubert Restaurants, Centraide (United Way of Canada), Masters Series of Putting, Testicular Cancer Canada, Air Transat, Teamsters Union Canada, Ubisoft (Assassin’s Creed), Bandai Namco Entertainment (Dark Souls III).
I play leads in many video game titles: Ubisoft, Eidos, Compulsion Games, Tuque Games, Spearhead Games, Focus Home Interactive, Mohawk Games.
I am currently (3 seasons so far) the narrator of the weekly series 24CH, which follows the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. I am the narrator of The Unknown Photographer, an NFB produced virtual reality documentary; the film was shown in the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. I also narrate the (yet to be released) five, 60 minute episode nature series; Morning Glory.
Recent work I'm especially proud of is the character of Uncle Jack from the highly anticipated video game; We Happy Few, also the narrator and voice of all the characters fromSpearhead Games', Stories: The Path of Destiny.

 Particularités

I have my own studio and offer full audio production services. I also if needed, translate from French to English and write or revise copy.
I’m a versatile performer with hundreds of hours and contracts under my belt; from cartoons and games, to the serious world of medical and pharmaceutical product modules.
Awards: winner 2013 Actra Awards; Outstanding Performance in a Video Game (Buck, Far Cry 3).
My work has been reviewed (99% favourably) by Rolling Stone Magazine, Rock Paper Shotgun and independent YouTubers with millions of followers.