- Gender: Female
- Age Range: Gen X (30's-40's), MiddleAge
- Category:Out Of Market Women, All Women
Many moons ago at age 9, Margo Zinberg won her first voiceover gig, The Song of Hiawatha, on Detroit’s PBS station. During school days she also narrated The Nutcracker, acted onstage…and earned a B.A. in communications from the University of Michigan and an M.J. (journalism) from UCLA.
Hollywood beckoned, and as a TV publicist at NBC and Nickelodeon, Margo mastered hard and soft sells that helped propel shows ranging from Cheers to Rugrats to mega-hit status. She worked with many big stars of the small screen, as well as with animation’s V-O heavyweights, while concurrently performing with The Diane Davisson Dancers in her off-hours and voicing the troupe’s spots.
Eager to blend her promotional, interpretive and acting skills, Margo trained with top voiceover coaches in Los Angeles — i.e., Huck Liggett (Voicecaster), Marc Cashman, Mick Wingert and Roy Samuelson — and launched her full-time V-O career in 2009. Since then, she has recorded radio spots; audiobooks for Learning Ally and LibriVox; podcasts for AIRS-LA and web video narrations.
A versatile voiceover artist with an engaging alto, she is believable in an array of attitudes, from smart and sophisticated to sassy and sultry; warm and friendly to corporate and authoritative; casual and conversational to caring and inspiring, mature and trustworthy to tongue-in-cheek with a hint of wry…