Listen to our Demos
A Family of Voice Actors
We’re glad you’ve chosen to visit our voiceover demos page! ABVO is proud to offer a family of bilingual voices. We’ve got adult female, adult male, and teen/young adult male and nonbinary voices, and we can create different characters – all in English, Spanish and Hispanic-accented English. And that’s not all. We can give you a Puerto Rican or Southwestern Chicano accent in English, and Puerto Rican, Argentine, neutral Latin American, and light Mexican accents in Spanish. And we can all act and are happy to take direction. We have many years’ experience narrating eLearning, audio tours, commercials, audio descriptive tours for museums, children’s audiobooks and PSA’s, as well as medical and industrial projects.
Our work has been featured in New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Getty Museum, PBS, Expedia audio tours, audiobooks from Barefoot Books and Live Oak Media, PSA’s for CDC, the Veterans’ Administration, and state agencies in New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, and New Mexico, educational projects for Discovery Science, Scholastic, and StudySync, commercials for Cox Wireless, McDonald’s and Mattress Firm, and much, much more. Whatever the genre, age range, gender or accent you’re looking for, chances are we’ve got it.
Meet the Amadors
Rosi (she/her) is originally from Puerto Rico, and has lived in the mainland U.S. since the age of 16. Her English and Spanish are accent-free, unless an accent is called for. Rosi can conjure up her Buenos Aires-born dad’s accent either in English or Spanish, as well as a Puerto Rican accent in either language. Rosi is most often called upon for her warm, friendly, nurturing, compassionate sound, but she can also be no-nonsense and authoritative when it’s called for. She can do character voices on demand. Both Rosi and Brian have youthful voices, but can provide senior voices if required.
Brian (he/him) was born and raised in New Mexico. Until he moved to Boston, he never knew there was such a thing as a New Mexican accent. Now he knows it exists, knows it’s a part of him, and he knows how to modulate it from strong to imperceptible. In fact, Brian’s command of a range of Hispanic accents led him to create the Revolutionary Accent-o-Meter in order to enable clients to choose the degree of accent they want. His Spanish is unaccented neutral Latin American, to which he can add a touch of Mexican accent if desired. Brian can also do a number of humorous and serious character voices.
Zia (he/him/they/them) was raised in the Boston area in a bilingual/bicultural family. Zia is non-binary, and his voice is gender-ambiguous, in a young adult register. He is a gifted voice actor and singer, and like his parents, is fluent in Spanish as well as English. Zia especially enjoys voicing arts-related content and projects that serve the LGBTQ+ community.
Curious? Go ahead, give our demos a listen and let us know if we can help you with your next project.