Quinn DaltonGender: Male
Age Range: Gen Y (teens – 20's), Gen X (30's-40's)
Category:Houston Based Men, All Men
Quinn Dalton has been a familiar voice on hundreds of commercials for over 10 years. He has also been the image voice of several radio and TV stations across America.
In 2007, Quinn became the national voice of Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits. He has since voiced commercials for McDonald’s, Disney World, Care One Credit, Raising Kaine’s Lemonade, and Drive Time. Listen for Quinn’s many character voices on Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s new audiobook, On The Shoulder’s of Giants. uring his 16-year career as an air personality on well-known radio stations such as FM 98 WJLB and Smooth Jazz V98.7 in Detroit, 106 Jamz WAMO in Pittsburgh, and 95.7 The Wave in Houston, he developed more of a passion for producing commercials than being on the air.
Quinn’s voice has been heard on concert spots for Prince, The Black Eyed Peas, Kanye West, Erykah Badu, Bernie Mac, KEM, Guitars and Saxes, Will Downing, 50 Cent, Musiq Soulchild, B.B. King, and countless others. For the past five years, he has voiced and produced commercials for the two largest Smooth Jazz Festivals in America, the Capital Jazz Fest in Washington, DC and the Old Pasadena Jazz Fest in Southern California.
Quinn has compiled an impressive list of radio stations that use him as an image voice. Just to name a few, he has imaged KJLH in Los Angeles, WDMK and WCHB in Detroit, WQMG in Greensboro, WJKS in Rickmond and WAGG in Birmingham. This year, Quinn plans to deliver his best work yet to smart businesses who are willing to put their trust in him.