By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 14, 2006
Peter Prins went from stand-up comedian in the Hollywood Hills to voice-over talent.
Peter Prins started his career in the entertainment as a stand-up comedian in Hollywood. Subsequent to his career in comedy, Peter's desire to share his voice on a larger scale inspired him to become a radio disc jockey for KUCI 88.9 FM in Irvine, a public ration station comprised of local volunteers.
Peter joined Voices.com to broaden his voice-over horizons and reach a new audience. Peter has a number of voice samples uploaded to his web page, displaying his character voices, commercial demos, and telephony samples. His portfolio includes stand-up comedy, character voices, musical skills, and on-air experience.
Peter has great aspirations. We are pleased to be of service to Peter and provide a means for him to meet his voice-over career goals.
Peter's forte is character voice acting. Some of Peter's character voices include Surfer Dude, Cowboy, and Nerdy, while accents comprise of European, Asian, and British accents.
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