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Voice Actor, Announcer, Narrator
C.J Prater is currently the in-show and promo announcer for Dr Phil, the top-rated daytime syndicated television show. He has done promo announcing for The Doctors, another top-rated syndicated television show.
Without a doubt, C.J. Prater is the Voice it calls for in E-Learning and Corporate Narration voiceover right now. He is fast becoming an international sensation and voicing up a storm in Israel, France, Australia, Asia, Canada, Norway, Germany and more. Get this world class voice talent, while you can, and book C.J. Prater today!
He has also narrated three NY Times best seller audio books.
C.J. is available for VO sessions from his home studio. He can deliver broadcast quality audio instantly via ISDN or over the internet.
His home-based studio equipment includes:
|Neumann TLM103 Microphone|
Sennheiser MKH 416 P48
|Zephyr XSTREAM ISDN|
|Fast Secure Internet Delivery via Hightail.com|
|Skype Capability for online audio, video communication, directing. Phone Patch also available if client prefers.|
Background / Experience
With a voice that’s known for grabbing audiences, C.J. Prater’s exceptional acting & announcing skills have been called for a wide range of performances – including theater, stand-up comedy, children educational programming and various emcee gigs…to his most current voice-over work for internationally known celebrities.
He has written and performed in industrial educational films, and performed as an announcer at trade association conventions. C.J. has also performed in professional mock trials as a witness, assisting with the development of trial strategies for attorneys representing clients in a real trial.
His warm, believable, and intimate “man on the street” sound lends itself, beautifully, to network promo announcing, local affiliate announcing and cable network voiceover as well as commercial and narration work.
Even when voicing heavy technical material, he can make it less painful for the listener to hear and absorb. He can also have fun with character work, when he can call upon his acting talents and comedic skills.