As grounded, strong, and natural as the earth, Carol's voice can
provide just the right ingredients for your sound and message.
I’m an analytical person, so I’ve always been searching for my raison d’etre. After many experiences and careers, I finally admitted to myself that I love acting, writing, and ideas—sending out messages, I guess, into the world. The secret sauce to life, I believe, is true communication through messages that make the receiver realize something through the feeling and the information they get. That, I believe, is also the secret to voice acting.
I’ve always been interested in helping and informing people, and maybe entertaining them as well. It began when my fourth grade teacher asked me to help her read “Charlotte’s Web” aloud to the class. From there, I was hooked, and acting and singing became cemented in my psyche and heart.
I went on later to audition for and enter into formal instruction in theatre with some wonderful professional actors in Canada. Since that time, I’ve also studied in and performed in front of the camera as well as continued performing in Community Theater, both in Canada and the US. I’m a dual citizen and have lived in both countries for equal amounts of my life.
Actors should be wonderful lifelong learners. Combining my love of helping people with a love of learning led me to become a certified teacher in English and in ESL. Teachers are, after all, actors who expertly meld together stagecraft and knowledge.
Of course, being a creative person, I couldn’t stop at just one profession. I have worn many hats—from police dispatcher to electronics technician in the Air Force and teaching and instructional design. For the truly curious, there is too much in this world to pack into just one lifetime, and each experience lends itself to the bounty of knowledge that eventually shows its purpose.
No matter the foray though, the love of acting and its messages of communication brought me back to it, though, this time, it would be behind the microphone.
Voice acting is the ultimate challenge because it’s just you and the microphone. You must gather all of your acting ingenuity and knowledge to expertly get the message across as a solitary performer. For that, you must know who you are and why you are there.
I find it interesting when someone asks me to explain voice acting. “How much time do you have”, I often respond with a smile.
Voice Actor Profile
Carol has been performing for most of her life, but has been a voiceover actor with a professional studio and active involvement in the industry since 2014. She currently resides in Florida.
She has experience in documentary, corporate narration, commercial ads for both radio and television, as well as e-learning, political ads, and character work for short films and museums.
She has lent her voice to museum exhibits at the National Constitution Center and the National Medal of Honor Museum, online ads for Liv E-bikes and the Food and Drug Administration, as well as programs on Oxygen and PBS and promos for Pluto television to name a few.
Carol’s voice is in the mid-ranges and is strong and clear with descriptors like passionate, authoritative, trustworthy, empathetic, confident, and knowledgeable.
People are Saying
“Carol did an amazing job!”
“It was a pleasure working with you!”
“Thank you for the quick turnaround Carol. Sounds amazing.”
“…awesome to work with!”
“Carol is always a pleasure to work with. She helped us through a few issues we had on the project and it turned out perfectly. Great job!”
“Carol was great to work with. Very flexible and professional. Followed instructions precisely and delivered on time.”