Sheryl Hartman

Sheryl Hartman

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"Sweet and Sassy with a whole lot of Heart"

My voice has been described as sweet and sassy with a whole lot of heart. I think it’s because I love what I do and it shows. While I am a native of Los Angeles, the Mid-West is deeply woven in my DNA. I’d like to think I’m California “cool” and Mid-West “nice”, but you’ll have to be the judge on that one.

And while most folks these days like to use their phone for texting, I still like to be the “voice” of my clients and their phone systems. It can be the first line of communication, and being the voice of reason and assurance is very rewarding

And I also have a sweet spot for voicing commercials. I just enjoy helping companies and their customers find each other in this vast media universe. My warmth, playfulness and sincerity are strengths in this genre.

Performing has been a major part of my life, but I also have a lot of experience in the corporate world, which gives me a greater understanding of corporation narration and e-Learning. And I know that the term “scrum” may not be just for rugby anymore.

And because I acted for stage and screen, I adore doing characters for video games, audio books, and audio drama podcasts. If there is a sweet, but slightly unhinged Mom character – look no further.


VO Coaches: Melissa Moats, Joyce Castellanos, Dustin Ebaugh, Shelly Avellino, Jack De Goia, Brent Mukai, Christa Lewis, Mick Wingert, Dave Fennoy (and many others at The Voice Actors Studio)
Acting: Actors Workout Studio, Stella Adler Conservatory
Music: Vocal Performance from Chapman University


Phone Messaging on Hold and IVR (clients upon request)
Healing Moments for Alzheimer’s – Audio Narration of “where Two worlds Touch”
Lovecraft eZine – Short Story Narration
Dancing Forward Productions – Live Announce for Film Festival Q&A
Films (additional voices – given upon request)


Audio Editing (Twisted Wave, Reaper, Izotope)
Ballroom – Smooth, Latin and Swing (this doesn’t mean too much for voice acting unless you have some dance moves to describe, then I’m your person)