- Gender: Male
- Age Range: Gen X (30's-40's), MiddleAge, Seniors
- Category:Out Of Market Men, All Men
When the spoken word matters, clients from New York to LA, Hong Kong to Buenos Aires turn to Jim Cissell—one of the most experienced and trusted storytellers in the world.
Jim, aka voiceguy.com, was one of the first voice talent in the country with his own studio—which audio guru Dan Friedman calls “better than 85% of the pro studios that I work with.” All tracks are completely edited–then normalized and uploaded to his FTP–saving up to “half your post production time.”
From that studio Jim has voiced over 100 national documentaries–on Discovery, PBS, and National Geographic–including the prime-time series Critical Rescues, and Great Lodges of the National Parks–and commercials, videos, and websites for nearly half the Fortune 500!
His work has won all the major awards–CLIO’s, Addy’s, Telly’s, Golden CINE’s, Peabody’s, and all the major Film Festivals-including New York, Chicago, Houston, and Cannes–and has been featured on Oprah, The World’s Funniest, and Now A Word from Our Sponsor.
Jim has voiced hundreds of national commercials–California Avocados, Alaska USA, Pet Supplies Plus, Kentucky Proud, Dairy Queen, STARZ!, Johnny Carson, Scotts Lawn, The Club, Sir Speedy, PETsMART, DirecTV, Time Warner…
With his amazing range, Jim does literally hundreds of voices–that entertain, motivate, and educate. Friendly, high energy, and real-people commercials; authoritative business videos; conversational training tutorials; animation; fluent medical and technical; hard-hitting promos, trailers, and political; and dozens of impersonations—Ed Grover, Hal Riney, Will Lyman, Peter Coyote, Jeff Bridges, Alec Baldwin, Don Pardo, Wolfman Jack, General Patton…
Jim is also an engaging on-camera talent–appearing in several feature films; hosting the national TV series America at Work, the multiple Emmy-winning The Latest Procedure on PBS, and The XPlorers; national spokesperson for National Money Service and Cloriox’s “most successful new product intro ever;” and live events for GE, Microsoft, and FLIR.
Jim has also written and produced hundreds of commercials and videos and can help tweak your script on-the-spot–or help in advance with re-writes to shorten your projects for greater impact and lower production costs.
In all, Jim Cissell has voiced, written, and produced over 10,000 commercials, TV shows, films, and videos. Couldn’t your projects use that experience?