Gary is the friendly, guy-next-door sound used by big companies like Samsung and McDonalds…

He is an accent and dialect master with fluency in, Irish, British RP, and Scottish. He is known for authentic characters in animation and video games as well as dynamic audiobook narration.

Recent clients include MasterCard, Kiwi Ninja, Funimation and Audible Studios.

He has over 160 books on and is the recipient of a SOVAS and 3XAudiofile Earphones awards.

Gary works out of his broadcast quality home studio in Denton, Texas. When not working Gary enjoys playing guitar, Karaoke, painting Bob Ross style landscapes, cleaning up paint, and cooking!

Denise Lee, is an award-winning actress/singer who has performed in all genres of entertainment for more than three decades. She has an extensive film and television resumé, and she is also an accomplished vocalist. 2020 marks the 4th time she has been voted ‘Best Vocalist’ in the Reader’s Voice Awards of the Dallas Voice. Denise has delighted international crowds with performances in jazz clubs in Shanghai, Beijing, Switzerland, and France. She is the founder and Executive Producer of the Denise Lee Onstage Cabaret Series and the Dallas Cabaret Festival, which is entering it’s 6th year. Lee has recently added ‘playwright’ to her list of accomplishments. Her first play ‘Funny, You Don’t Act Like A Negro’ had it’s World Premiere at Historic Theatre Three in February of 2020.

Kim Morton is an actor versed in most known fields, and every known field of voice-over: Animation, Live Action, Interactive, eLearning, EduTainment, Radio, Podcast, Horse Roleplay, Nokia-Based Missionary; you name it, someone has made him do it! Acting and entertainment have dominated the majority of his life. Don’t worry, he chose this, he’s happy.

When not recording, he’s discussing comedy and society with her, the love of his life and forever valentine, Matt Sinclair. Otherwise, he’s putting his Bachelors of Science in Music Engineering from the University of Miami to work editing audiobooks, producing music, singing covers of strange Japanese songs, and providing audio post services to anyone who asks.

As the nephew of acclaimed musician David Baerwald, the grandson of esteemed Japanese Politician Hans Baerwald, and with lineage apparently directly linked to Benjamin Franklin (records destroyed), Kim Morton has some massive shadows to outgrow. And boy is he trying!

Fabiana was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has a degree in Linguistics and World Literature. She has always been working on both sides of entertainment, doing production work and performing before the microphone and on camera. In Argentina, she participated in various T.V. shows and had her own theater column in radio for over six years. After moving to Dallas, she continued doing promotions for Dallas Children’s Theater and became their Spanish Ambassador. She has appeared in radio shows, and documentaries, and recorded more than 800 hundred hours of books, many of them bilingual. She is the host of the podcast Spanish 360 with Fabiana, the author of the book 12 Random Words and a board member at Second Thought Theater. Fabiana speaks five languages: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, and Italian, and has degrees in Ancient Greek and Latin. She is trained in neutral Spanish accent.

Who is Nazeeh Tarsha? A man with a love for cheese? Perhaps, a dashing storyteller of sorts? On the internet, he can be whatever your heart desires. But we aren’t here for fables. We want to know the truth. Nazeeh was born and raised in Miami, Florida with a background focusing on the maths and sciences.

Upon attending the University of Florida, he discovered an even greater passion for acting after taking an acting course. Soon after, he began his transition towards the arts, and received his B.F.A. in Theatre Performance in 2015.

After graduating, he found himself gaining traction in the voiceover world, eventually landing him in the heart of Dallas, Texas. After years of late night Walmart clearance runs, un-ideal overcrowded actor living conditions, and days spent crying in his car ready to quit, we finally find him where he hoped to eventually be. A professional actor.

Aaron Campbell is a voice over artist, on-camera actor, and storyteller. He’s been acting both on stage, on camera, and driving his parents nuts with voice impressions since he was a young boy. He’s been featured in local, national, and international commercials. A VO-boothaholic, Aaron has worked numerous animated TV shows and films, and enjoys every second he spends in front of the mic. He holds a Masters degree in Acting from Southern Methodist University, and two Bachelors Degrees from Drury University in Springfield, MO. Before moving to Dallas, Aaron spent three years working as an On Camera Reporter and Main Anchor for KRBK.

Lisa Taylor joined the Wake Up With the Wolf Show from LA back in 2007, after being on-air 15 years in New York City, and has fallen in love with the Lone Star State. Since leaving morning radio in early 2020, she’s kept the best part of the communication business rolling from her home studio in North Texas, imaging radio stations across the country and the globe, and working as a commercial voiceover artist.

She’s been a proud CASA Volunteer, giving at-risk kids a voice in court, is a United Way volunteer, and has been a proud advocate of Dallas Komen and the SPCA of Texas for over a decade.

A Collin County resident, Lisa embraces the suburban life with her family that includes her blue Weimaraner and rescue Doberman.

Molly Searcy is a lover of nuance, subtext, and versatility. These qualities are known to carry over into her work on stage, in the booth, and on camera. A classically-trained actor, Molly is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company at Dallas Theater Center. She earned her MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and her BA in Theater and Dance from The University of Texas at Austin. Molly is a voice over artist for Sentai Filmworks and FUNimation, with programs on Cartoon Network and Netflix. Molly comes from a ballet background, is a huge lover of animals, and relishes every opportunity to travel. She is a proud native Houstonian and an Astros fan.

Originally from the Permian Basin in west Texas, Ashley has been performing in the voiceover booth, on camera, and on Dallas-Ft. Worth stages for more than 20 years.  From Harpo Marx to Hamlet, he’s portrayed a wide variety of characters in all kinds of projects and productions, garnering critical recognition along the way.  Outside of professional hours, Ashley likes to spend time running, playing golf, bass fishing, cooking, and bingeing good TV.

If you’re looking for a proven professional who can bring your project to life with talent, expertise, and a quick turn around time… You’ve come to the right place!

Whether your story calls for the conversational sound of the gal next door, a confident corporate narration, a fresh and funny character voice, or some savvy political persuasion…Patty delivers!

As a professional voice actor with an in home studio, Patty has voiced hundreds of commercials, training videos, apps, audio books, phone systems, video games, and more. Chances are, you’ve already heard her work as the voice of “BJ the Dinosaur” on the long running PBS series “Barney and Friends!”

Patty makes it easy to tell your story…from her studio or yours.