By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 2, 2006
Bryan Cox began his exciting career in the entertainment industry twenty years ago starting in radio and television, applying his talents to all aspects of both respective broadcast mediums.
Bryan Cox, Canadian voice artist and comedian, recently auditioned for The Transformers movie, auditioning for three characters and creating six unique voices for Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay's consideration.
Funny man Bryan Cox is also known for his ability to transform his voice, whether on stage or behind the microphone.
Bryan Cox, a successful comedian who has opened for the likes of Tom Jones and is heard online each week on the feature Road Stories of the Real Highway Comicsâ€ by an audience of 3 million people, prefers working with clients from his home recording studio, one on one.
I believe in every product that I talk about. When the voice believes...the public believes. So when Cox Talks...People Believeâ€, he revealed.
Hot off the heels of the announcement and subsequent auditions for next years highly anticipated blockbuster hit movie The Transformersâ€, Bryan has been keeping his voice very busy, auditioning for both Steven Spielberg and director Michael Bay.
Considered for three roles in the film and performing two voices per character, Bryan was able to draw upon his background as a stand-up comedian on the comedy circuit.
Character voices come naturally to Bryan and creating voices for The Transformersâ€ characters was a highlight for him.
Bryan Cox is a genuine professional and is fervently dedicated to his clients. He focuses on providing listeners with an experience as well as a solid performance.
With connections made in Hollywood, Bryan's future is full of opportunities for voice acting in animated and CGI films. Until then, he'll keep the laughs coming online and in the recording studio.