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Rebecca Wood, British Voice with Universal Appeal

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 22, 2006

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Seasoned BBC Radio News reporter Rebecca Wood shares 12 Demos

Greetings,

Rebecca Wood is an incredibly talented performer, affiliated with British Equity and located in London, England.

When listening to Rebecca, quality, assurance, and grace flow generously from her voice, giving the impression that Rebecca is sitting right beside you. Her interpretations are timeless and nurture an intimate environment of comfort, trust and sophistication.

Rebecca Wood's background is as rich as her voice implies, drawing on her experiences as a seasoned BBC Radio news reporter and commercial voice talent recording national advertisements. Rebecca has perfected her art over the years, graduating from intensive programs at both theatrical and vocal institutions.

Rebecca has featured 12 voice-over demos on her web page at InteractiveVoices, including the following voice styles:

  • On-Hold for Telephone
  • Corporate Narration
  • TV Promos
  • Radio Ads
  • Shakespeare Sonnet
  • Auto Attendant for Telephone
  • Science Podcast
  • Montage 1
  • Montage 2
  • Detinox Cradle Cap Shampoo TV advertisement
  • Detinox Teething Gel TV advertisement
  • Detinox Colic Drops TV advertisement
Rebecca has amazing turn around time and can deliver audio via ISDN, electronically, or by CD posted in the mail.

Let her voice do for you what it has done for her blue chip clients!

Visit Rebecca and contact her directly for more details.

Cheers,

Stephanie

Related Topics: ISDN, radio, TV


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