Millennial VOICEover THAT’S FUN, SMART and WEIRD in a WAY THAT WORKS!
Los Angeles based voice actor, on-camera actor and digital artist, Jeremy Rosenfeld, is sought after for his conversational, friendly, real, energetic, and witty style for commercials, animation, video games, explainer videos and narration. He covers a wide age and character range, not to mention species range with realistic, and sometimes annoying, gross creature noises. What Jeremy brings to the table is evident from his diverse, international client profile, which includes large companies such as Microsoft, Nestle, GE, Hitachi, The Adecco Group, ambitious startup companies, animated tv series and video games in North America and Europe, and more.
Taking certain values from past experiences and his career in the tech sector to the voiceover industry, he works extremely well with others, is easily directed, excels in high pressure situations and knows how to commit his care and abilities to ensure a project’s success. And when not behind the mic, you can find Jeremy practicing mixed martial arts, taking another trip to Japan, or annoying his friends with the overwhelming amount of cat and dog memes he sends their way.
Training and Studio
Voiceover Coaching: Debi Derryberry, Richard Horvitz, J. Michael Collins, David Rosenthal, Martha Kahn
Acting Classes: TDAC 1 (University of California, San Diego)
Microphones: Neumann TLM 103, Sennheiser MKH 416
Computer: Macbook Pro (2.9 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD)
What they’re saying:
Jeremy is one awesome voiceover dude. He has a great professional work ethic, takes direction incredibly well, and comes up with great creative choices that’ll make your project a truly memorable one. – David Rosenthal, CEO of Global Voice Acting Academy
Artistic Talent – Los Angeles
Celia Siegel Management