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Peter Prins, Comedic Voice Actor, joins Voices.com

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 14, 2006

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Peter Prins went from stand-up comedian in the Hollywood Hills to voice-over talent.

peter-prins-voice-actor.jpgPeter 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.

Thank you for reading,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Accent, comedy, Hollywood, portfolio, radio


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