JOHNSON & JOHNSON
Since starting her voice over career in 1994, Benedetta F. has become one of the leading Italian voices in the UK regularly working both in Italian and English.
Extremely versatile, her voice has many colors and timbres throughout her mezzo-soprano range. As well as being the voice of Fisher-Price’s ‘Laugh & Learn’ toy line in Italy and the voice that will guide you around London’s British Museum she announces security checks at both Gatwick and Luton Airport and welcomes passengers on the Stansted Airport Express.
An accomplished all-rounder, her distinctive voice is frequently heard in TV and Radio advertisements, TV promos, narration, announcements, and news. Her list of high profile blue chip regular clients includes Alitalia, British Airways, BT, Expedia Italy, FIAT, Google, Muller, Nokia, Samsung, The Observer, The Times, Vanish and Vodafone. TV Channels include: RAI, Discovery Channel, Sky TV (Italy and UK), Cartoon Network Italy, Boomerang, ESPN Classic Sport, Bloomberg TV, CNN, Playboy TV, MTV, Hallmark TV, JimJam and National Geographic. Benedetta works extremely well under pressure and is bright, articulate and consistent for long recordings. She also specializes in kids and cartoon voices and video games.
Benedetta is also a professional singer.
London – UK
DATE OF BIRTH
19 April 1963
50% of original budget
30 days after delivery
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All voiceovers are carefully edited on Izotope RX and delivered to the highest standard.
Saliva & Breathing.
We edit the recording carefully to remove sounds of saliva and breaths.
Compression and Equalization
Compression consists of dynamic control of the voice over. Receive uniform audio with better intelligibility. We equalize all the phrases in order to guarantee the perfect balance between clarity and “body”.
Unlike most voice actors that provide MP3, we deliver our audio in high definition (WAV or AIFF 48Khz 24bits). Quality first.
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