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By: gregriccardi | October 30, 2016

Patti Harrison, voice over actor and daughter of legendary broadcaster and radio personality Harry Harrison, spent some time in the studio at Video Marketing Group, where Greg Riccardi, male American voice over actor and coach, worked with Patti to achieve new heights in her voice over career.

If you are looking for a female voice over actor, look no further than Patti Harrison! www.femalevoiceoverpattiharrison.com.

If you are looking for a male American voice over actor and video production specialist Greg Riccardi's your guy :-)

By: gregriccardi | October 30, 2016

Hey Folks, here is a voiceover that I did for LG Smart TV. They were looking for a voice by a male American voice over actor, and they chose me!


This was recorded at Panetta Studio in Saddle Brook, NJ - they are awesome over there.  If you are looking for a great audio recording studio, check them out at www.panettastudios.com.


However, if you are looking for a great voice for your next video or audio project, give me a call! I am a Male American Voiceover actor with my own studio as well - Greg Riccardi - (201) 424-5168. Thanks!

By: gregriccardi | June 04, 2016

Male Voice Over Actor Greg Riccardi just performed the voiceover for an explainer video that discusses the benefits of a machine that reduces food waste, which has many other positive ripple effects for the environment. 


Thanks a bunch for watching this video, not only for hearing Greg Riccardi's voice, but also for educating yourself on this important topic. There are many facts in this video that will likely surprise you!


If you are in need of an American Male Voice Over for your next project, whether it's for a TV commercial, radio commercial, Voice of God in New York City or Los Angeles, a website video voiceover, or a deep male voice, or a professional stadium voice, or... if you are having an event like a graduation and want a professio...

By: gregriccardi | March 30, 2016

When RealContent - one of the most powerful and cost-effective online video advertising platforms available today - needed a professional male American voice over actor to be the voice of a series of explainer videos they recently produced, they ran straight to Greg Riccardi, one of America's most sought-after American male voiceover actors. Okay, was that a little too much? Maybe, maybe not ;-) 


Actually, I also happen to be highly proficient in script writing for online video, and I wrote the script for them as well. 


If you're looking for a male American voiceover actor to voice your next video project, or perhaps even write the script for it, I would love to be considered!

By: gregriccardi | March 23, 2016

This is a video of Greg Riccardi, male American voiceover actor, giving you a five-minute snippet of an audio book that he recently did the voice for. 


Not only can you get a feel for Greg's voice when he's doing a voiceover as a male American, but you might actually learn something about being productive in your life!


If you're looking for a voice over by a male American, Feel free to give Greg a call at 201-424-5168 or email him at greg@gregriccardi.com. Also, his voice over demo website is www.americanmalevoiceover.com.

By: gregriccardi | February 23, 2016

Actually watch as Greg Riccardi as he does a voiceover for a video for a pharmaceutical company. Most of the interim takes are cut out, but, amusingly, the comments in between the takes were left in. It's also kinda funny at the end. Thanks for watching, and if you need a professional voiceover by an Male Americn, give Greg a call!!! (201) 424-5168

By: gregriccardi | August 26, 2015

So I get asked all the time about doing voiceovers... "Do you ever have a clue that you're going to get a voiceover job in the audition?


I always answer the same way - you never, ever know. What makes me say that? Well, the voiceover I did for the Gillette commercial above is a perfect case in point.


So typically when you go to a voiceover casting, you can get a decent feel for if you are reading the copy (script) in a way that the person auditioning you was directed to look for out of you. If, on the first read, he or she says"Ok that was good, but do it again and just give me a little more 'this' or 'that'", then you know (or feel like you know) that you are at least in the ballpark of what they want in the read. Even though ...