IAMA Voice over Actor who makes his living doing commercials you've heard, and you've never heard of me.
I posted the other day and mentioned that I do voiceovers for a living, and got a lot of requests to learn more about the business.
I do voiceovers for a living, and have served as the voice of Outback Steakhouse, Guinness Brewery, am working on an animated pilot for Fox (can't answer too many details about that due to contractual restrictions, but yea, not much to answer anyway, it's very early), and was even the error message for Cingular phones before it got all AT&T'y again.
I do have an agent, and that is helpful for a lot of national spots, but for the smaller, day-to-day, pay-the-bills-stuff, I get my own business and record everything out of my house basically in a closet that I converted into an acoustical heavenly cloud.
[My website](www.voiceforanychoice.com) - (I link this because if anyone wants to get into this business, they need to know the importance of having good demos, and this is where I keep mine)
I will also any questions about Rampart that you might have.
You've heard me, but you've never heard OF me.
Ask me anything.
EDIT: I am not the CURRENT Outback guy, I was during the "No Rules, Just Right" campaign, I was good! I don't like the new guy either, I feel your pain.
EDIT: Got my acoustic panels via an amazing sale from Auralex on Amazon. Was 54.99 for 32 panels, now is 108...glad I got in when I did.
EDIT: Mics I use: Neumann M147, Rode NTX, and Blue Yeti when I am travelling/messin' 'round.