Asher Levans

Membro dal 2 anni
"New Yorker without a New York Accent"

Asher Levans is an Atlanta based professional voiceover artist, actor and public speaker. He received formal training from YourAct, SAE Institute and the noted Connecticut School of Broadcasting. His body of work includes credited film roles in Fast and Furious 7, Insurgent and Tommy Lee Jones’ The Homesman. Born in Brooklyn, New York Asher and his family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 1998, where he attended high school and subsequently enlisted with the United States Navy. While on active duty, he earned the titles of Hospital Corpsman and 3rd petty officer. After leaving the military, he decided to seek training to formally pursue his longtime passion for voiceover artistry and media. After concluding successful projects, Levans was lead to start his own company, AL Voice Media, LLC—a professional voiceover, audio, and video production studio. The company offers professional media services to corporate, non­profit, public and private domestic and international clients. Asher has done voiceover work for Savannah State University, the San Francisco Stadium, Sendik's Express and many other projects. He was commissioned as the live announcer for the 2013 ERC Award Banquet, Barsheba Reid's play, When Love Don't Matter...Know Moe!, Home Depot's live training course and World Changers Church International's 30th anniversary Celebration with Lead Pastors Creflo and Taffi Dollar. He humbly describes himself as relatable and creative and abides strongly by the philosophy of treating others better than you would like to be treated. When Asher isn’t in the studio working on an upcoming project or consulting, he volunteers with Gentiva Hospice, mentors at youth detention centers and partners with various metro Atlanta programs as a motivational speaker.

 Formazione

Connecticut School of Broadcasting 2013

Audio Engineer, SAE 2015

 Esperienza

Home Depot, Savannah State, Sendik's Express,

 Peculiarità

Post Production, Deep Male Voice, Neighborly voice.