Larry Davis

Gender: Male
Age Range: Gen Y (teens – 20's), Gen X (30's-40's), MiddleAge, Seniors
Category:Out Of Market Men, All Men

Larry Davis has been voice acting for seventeen years. Ten of those years he was based in Houston, Texas, his hometown. He has been the voice of hundreds of TV and radio spots and prime time TV shows. Some of his credits include Comedy Central, The Jimmy Kimmel Show, McDonalds, Yahoo, Fox Sports, NFL Network, Subway, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Mariah Carey, Seaworld, Skittles, Speed network, Six Flags, Houston Astros, Verizon, Nascar, Bud Light, ABC, NBC, FOX, Destination America, Voice of BBQ Pitmasters, Voice of Madden EA Sports video game for 5 years running, Eckrich Sausage, Quilted Northern and many more. In addition Larry has voiced movie trailers, on hold messages, website info, video games, cartoons and radio imaging. He is an aspiring actor, and has had small parts in a few movies since making the move to Hollywood. Larry is also voice-over teacher and coaches LA students privately. He’s known for performing about 35 styles / characters, most notably his Morgan Freemanesque sound. He has his own studio for ISDN sessions, phone patch sessions and auditions loaded with top of the line equipment including a soundproof whisper room, Neumann U87 microphone, Avalon 737 preamp, protools and an on site engineer upon request. He is also available in studio in the greater Los Angeles area. Larry has been represented by Jenny Bosby of Pastorini-Bosby Talent since 1995.


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Project Type Demos

Automotive
Character/Anime
Commercial
Documentary
Promo/Imaging
IVR/Messages on Hold
Corporate & Narration
Promo/Imaging
Corporate & Narration
Promo/Imaging

Accent Demos

Connection Capabilities

At Studio
ISDN
Phone Patch

Accents

New York, Southern, Urban

Project Types

Commercial, Corporate & Narration, Character/Anime, Trailers, Promo/Imaging, IVR/Messages on Hold, Political, Automotive, Documentary

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