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Dale Quashie Voiceover Talent

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 2, 2006

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Versatility and Experience

Greetings,

Dale Quashie is a non-union voiceover talent, based in New York, New York.

Dale's native language is English, and he can perform African American and Jamaican accents.

His voice has been described as deep, unique, ideal for movie clips, corporate, high energy for concerts or sales promotions, soft, and romantic as well.

With over 10 years of recording voiceovers for broadcast radio, television, movie clips, and telephone on hold marketing, Dale is able to meet the needs of his clients, offering them versatility as well as experience.

Dale Quashie works with many advertising agencies in New York and freelances with companies in Canada, England and the Caribbean, including Trinidad, Jamaica, and Barbados.

There are seven demos featured on Dale's web page, including:

  • High Energy (For a Sales Promo)
  • High Energy with Hype Radio Commercial
  • Movie Clip Style
  • Radio Station Promo
  • Radio Station Stinger
  • Soft Sell Radio Commercial
  • Telephone Intro

Best wishes,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Accent, New York, Non-Union, radio


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