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Richard Crossman KNOWS how to tell a story. He uses his imagination, technique and voice to create a unique experience for the listener. Richard has over five decades of theatrical and performance experience and he’s passionate about the characters he portrays. He is always ready to embark on a new challenge. Contact him for a quote on your project today.
Featured Client Testimonials:
“I loved having Richard’s recordings on my audio. His responses were always extremely quick, so were the recordings. He’s able to do accents few people would. It was fun and amazing working with you, Richard. Thank you, so much! And to everyone else, go for him.”
“Richard has completed three projects for Helpful Hounds Assistance Dogs. Two are related to Christmas using his believable Santa persona. The third was a voice over for our new telephone system. The gentle and calm voice used with a choice of accents was excellent. we are delighted.”
“Richard’s voiceover work is always top-notch! We have used his services for several projects now and are always so appreciative of his time, skill, and professionalism. His voiceover work adds a level of familiarity, warmth, and personality to our online courses and online exhibits. As a seasoned actor, I’ve seen Richard’s range in bringing the right voice to whatever the project may be. I highly recommend recruiting Richard for any voiceover work needed for digital or online content! “
I strongly recommend Richard and hope to have the occasion to work with him again soon!”
Richard provides VO for e-Learning, Narration, Audiobooks, Videos, Commercials, Corporate, Telephony/IVR, Games, Animation and more. He can usually supply a quick turnaround with no hassle.
Please click on the icon above to listen to samples of Richard’s work and range as a voice actor. WARNING: It might be fun.
Richard can be contacted via email. Send a message, or request a quote for your project.
“Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.” – Meryl Streep