VOICEOVER

 

 
Carrington MacDuffie has performed endless character work for audiobooks and video games; voiceover for many narrative and industrial projects, including museum installations and documentaries; and a stream of commercial voiceover as well. Broad character work and storytelling of all kinds are the most fun!

REPRESENTATION:

IN LOS ANGELES
90210 Talent
Contact: Lisa Martel
323.903.7217
lisa@90210talent.com
www.90210talent.com

IN ATLANTA
RSH Management
Contact: Richard
404.403.8447
rshmanagement@bellsouth.net
www.rshmanagement.com

IN SEATTLE
Dramatic Artists Agency
Contact: Toni Posey
425.220.1167
tposey@dramaticartists.com
www.dramaticartists.com

IN SALT LAKE CITY
VoicesNow
Contact: Brent
877.864.2371
brent@voicesnow.com
www.voicesnow.com

You can also contact me directly.

 

SELECTED LIST OF VOICEOVER PROJECTS:

COMMERCIAL
Ancestry.com, national television ads
Children’s Hospital, radio spots
Georgia Retina, radio spot
Canon, national television ad
Genworth Financial, television ad
Symetra Insurance, radio spot
Sound Transit, radio spot

NARRATIVE/INDUSTRIAL
“Great Women of Kentucky,” PBS documentary
Harley Davidson, in-house video
Sierra Club, in-house video
Sioux City Public Museum, Disaster Wall film
“Safe Crossings,” Harbors Family Foundation, fun-raising video
Microsoft, various instructional material, in-house videos and demos
Woodland Park Zoo, fund-raising video
Premera Health Insurance, in-house video
Valley Medical Center, promotional video
Intel, promotional video
Seven Seas Navigator, cruise line, promotional video

INTERACTIVE/CHARACTER
World of Warcraft, Myrla, daughter of the Wildhammer Clan
Honey West, Honey West, Audio Comics
Nintendo, BrainAge, video game
Tillamook Forest Museum, interactive exhibit
Arkansas “Quit Smoking” Training, online
Smith College Botanical Gardens, audio tour
Experience Music Project, interactive kiosk, “The History of Recorded Sound”
Extensive character & dialect work in over 200 audiobooks (Audiobook Narration page)

LIVE SPOKEN WORD
Performances at a range of venues in Los Angeles, Seattle, and New Orleans, from museums to nightclubs, including, among many others: Seattle Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum, Elliot Bay Book Company, The Velvet Elvis Arts Lounge Theatre, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Center on Contemporary Art, Lulu’s Alibi.

Listen to my narration of the inspiring documentary about some of the bold, unconventional women who shaped the state of Kentucky — aired to great acclaim on KET, brilliantly produced by Michael Breeding Media.