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Pedro Sabino Voice Actor

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

April 17, 2006

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Bilingual Spanish / English Voice Actor


Pedro Sabino is a professionally trained voice talent, fluent in both his native Spanish and in English, specializing in television commercial voice-overs.

His voice is smooth, warm, and beautifully resonant; Pedro's vocal tone is wonderfully robust and captivating. His clever interpretations and voice acting skills decidedly manifest his versatility and passion for his art.

Pedro, with 19 years of experience in the industry, actively records voice-overs for television commercials, pursues voice acting, and has held anchor positions on both broadcast radio and television.

As mentioned above, Pedro Sabino is a trained voice talent. He holds two college certificates in professional television and radio announcing, including a superior course focusing on the art of announcing. Pedro has also been the recipient of various voice-over and broadcast news anchor awards.

In addition to voice-over services, Pedro provides English-Spanish translation for journals and is a freelance interpreter at live events.

Pedro has showcased two voice-over demos, including a Spanish demo entitled: Comerciales, Narracin Industrial y Promos Radio y TV and an English voice-over demo, demonstrating his skills as a commercial voice talent.

To learn more about Pedro Sabino and to listen to his voice-over work (in both Spanish and English), visit him online.



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