Renae Baker Voice Over Talent
Renae’s acting and coaching skills and experience come into play with her Voice Over work. She has been called “uninhibited” at the mic as you will immediately hear in her animation reel. Renae has been called upon to be the Voice Director and VO artist for podcast and radio, including for WGBH, the flagship PBS station. Renae holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan, attended the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center and has been the founder and director of I S.M.I.L.E. in New York Productions since 1997. She is a public speaker and best-selling author of the book, DEFEATING SCROOGE – How to Harness the Power of Christmas Carols to Revive Your Spirit Any Time of Year, which she narrates (and sings) for the audio book.
Versatile, Intuitive Professionalism
With her decades of acting, coaching and life behind a microphone, her clients have come to know Renae as a female voice over talent who is professional, intuitive, versatile and able to deliver top drawer reads whether narrating books, breathing life into commercial text or getting wild and whimsical to animation copy. Her ability to hone in on the essence of the text and quickly create a variety of alternate reads saves her clients time and money. Her warm, friendly, professional attitude is another reason her clients have repeatedly called her for many years.
A Little Bit More About Renae
Renae lives outside of New York City and frequently commutes to Philadelphia and the entire tristate area for her many creative endeavors. Therefore, she has access to a world of recording studios and engineers.