By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 29, 2012
Voice acting in today's day and age is not so much about the voice but what you can do with that voice. This is acting! Interpreting a script, what you do with those words, how you take direction and how you interpret that direction into the character that you're playing is very important. Dave McRae introduces aspiring talent to what voice acting is, knowing how it sounds and becoming comfortable with your own voice.
Dave McRae is a Professional Voice Artist based in Toronto Ontario Canada. With more than 15 years of experience and the credentials to show for it, he is one of Canada's leading voice talents. Considered to be the complete voice over experience, Dave's amazing range and bang on delivery is something to be heard. From the dark, creepy or action packed Movie Trailers and Promos, to amazing and wild character and cartoon voices, to the regular or cool guy next door, Dave can do it all.
Dave McRae's voice has been heard in hundreds of Radio and Television Commercials, Network Promos, Movie and Game Trailers, Corporate Presentation and Training videos and more. He is currently heard Nationally as the Narrator of Four Weddings Canada, the commercial and promo voice for Big Brother Canada and The Real Housewives of Vancouver, as well as the Network Promo and Imaging voice for the adventure channel Travel and Escape. Dave is also heard west of the Ontario/Manitoba border as the Network Promo and Imaging voice for the movie channel Encore Avenue.
Alongside his voice over career, Dave is also an Independent filmmaker.
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