Clients I'm Seeking:
Anyone needing a voice actor or narrator. Also anyone needing complete audio production for any application including, but not limited to, TV, radio, web, multimedia, etc.
About My Business:
Ken Scott has developed the reputation as “That Voice Guy” from his many clients over the years. He is one of the most sought after talents in commercial, narration, and both radio and TV imaging. Currently he is the national voice for the Pacific Life TV campaign (that include the iconic humpback whale). Ken also services hundreds of other clients, big and small.
With a special flair for connecting with listeners on an intimate level, the demand for Ken has been due to his ability to equally understand the client and the customer. He is, at once, bold and engaging with an uncommon talent for interpreting scripts with natural empathy.
His style has been compared to Mike Rowe, Jeff Bridges, Sam Elliott, George Clooney and Alec Baldwin by numerous agents and producers, not so much as a mimic, but for an elemental interpretation of their respective tones.
Ken has been trained by some of the voice industry's best, including Marice Tobias and Marla Kirban. He operates out of his home studio which contains first rate hardware, including a Sennheiser MKH 416 P48 microphone, Avalon Vacuum tube Vt 737 sp pre amp, Pro Tools HD3 Accel, ISDN, Source Connect, Digital Hybrid phone patch and a custom Isolation Booth.
Ken has imaged countless radio and TV stations around the world and many iconic commercial brands including Universal Studios, Culligan, Visa, Mattel, Walt Disney, GM, Apple, Pacific Life, Suzuki, Humane Society, Indianapolis Cots, Delta Airlines, Red Baron Pizza...the list goes on and on.
Fox News' Sean Hannity says: “If you want instant credibility for your station, then hire Ken Scott. His voice rocks beyond all reason!” And the Vice President for Bill Young Productions describes Ken as “...one of the best voices I have ever heard.”
See Ken’s Pacific Life ads here: http://www.pacificlife.com/About+Pacific+Life/General+Information/advertising.htm