Our special guest is Bill DeWees. author of the book How to Start and Build a 6 Figure Voice Over Business: Set Your VO Career On Fire. Bill has recorded thousands of radio & television commercials, narrations, learning/training programs, & audiobooks for a global audience. Believable is the first word that comes to most client’s minds when describing Bill’s voice. Trustworthy, Sincere, Authoritative, Friendly, Fresh, Powerful, Energetic, and Relatable are also accurate adjectives. Bill DeWees has been in the voice over business for more than 30 years, having recorded thousands of commercials, industrials, narrations, training videos, Internet videos, TV projects, educational scripts, IVR promotions, and other projects. As a voice professional, he wants his clients to think of him as the partner down the hall, that will deliver your voice over the way you want it, because to him, it’s about exceeding your expectations.
If you are looking for a relatable, friendly voice for your next campaign, click the link in Contact information above, explore his profile and you too can have the “voice of the world” for your next campaign. For booking information, email Bill at: Booking@BillDeWees.com , call 815-520-3699 or check out BillDeWees.com.
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Someone once described Bill as ‘the voice of the world.’ While John Cusack was the voice of the Chevrolet brand in America, he was the voice of Chevrolet’s Find New Roads world campaign. Bill has done voice work for some of the largest and best-known brands in the world. From Disney, Coca-Cola, Google, Microsoft and Warner Brother studios, to many of the Fortune 500’s, he is the voice behind the product. Want to hear him in action, check out his Contact Info, there’s a YouTube link. goo.gl/oypthw. From commercials to narration, to explainer and training videos, one of his biggest niche markets is technical voice work. Bill makes the intimidating sound not so intimidating and the technical sound not so technical. His ability to create a trustworthy sound isn’t by accident. Bill has been a college professor, a business consultant, and a business coach. He’s also worked for an Instructional Design firm creating training for Fortune 500 clients.
Bill’s voice over and voice credits include working for the following companies: Disney, Coca-Cola, Google, Microsoft, American Express, DreamWorks, Pizza Hut, Sears, Whirlpool, NBC Universal, Warner Brothers, National Geographic, Pepsi, Frito Lay, Shell, Pitney Bowes, Tiffany & Co., PGA Tour, Adidas, TD Ameritrade, Safeco, Dell, Lowe’s, Exxon Mobil, Motorola, Toro, Oracle, Land O’ Lakes, Butterball, Best Buy, LG, Hitachi, Carlson Hotels, Morgan Stanley, Avaya, Time Warner, Makita, Carnival Cruise Lines, Dagedar Racers, Purina, UBS Financial, Rosetta Stone, Dannon, Volkswagen, Arm & Hammer, Syngenta, Bayer, Elanco, QVC, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Pep Boys, Liberty Mutual, Unilever, Ramada, Nikon, Wells Fargo, Lenovo, Husqvarna, Bosch, Scripps Health, Professional Bullriders Association, HP, Prudential, CSG International, FILA, Hospira, Phillips, Cheesecake Factory, Sony, Eli Lily, FEMA, Walmart, Aramark, AAA, Symantec, McCulloch, Holcim, VMWaren, Accenture, Simon & Schuster, Nokia, BIC, Wahl, SPX, Lawyers.com, Monster.com, Enterprise, U.S. Dept of Education, IBM, Amgen, Tyco, Billy Graham Association, Intuit, Big Lots, SAP, PBS, CDM, Smith Underwriter’s Laboratory, Renault, Perry Ellis, PwC, Circle K, Strayer University, Dominos Pizza, CSX, Highlights for Children, ADT, and Ericsson.
This is by no means a complete list.