The Versatile, Experienced, Affordable Female Voice Choice

Are you searching for just the right voice for your commercial spot, corporate narration, phone IVR or other project?

Do you have a project that needs to be completed quickly and precisely?

Would you like to work with a voice over artist who's always graceful, professional, reliable and listens to what you need?

As a classically-trained actor and voice over artist with more than 20 years of VO experience, I can deliver all of this and more and would love the opportunity to help you with your next project.

Passionate and versatile, I've worked with over a thousand clients in a wide array of industries including; technology, travel, automotive, medical and entertainment. My diverse client list includes Apple, Disney, Lexus, Rite-Aid, Delta and many others.

click here for a more extensive list of my past and current voice over clients

Debbie Grattan
Voiceover Artist and Professional Voice Actor

What Debbie's Customers Have to Say

Excellent Service

Debbie was not only professional but an absolute pleasure to work with. She assisted me quickly and provided top quality work that was an essential piece to our conference.
Shane W.|Las Vegas, NV|02/20/2014 Read More


Debbie is great at what she does. This is actually the second recording she did for me, as she completed another for a video I did at my previous company. I highly recommend her.
Jessia C.|Buena Park, CA|02/06/2014 Read More

Debbie is so great, very professional and communicates with her clients promptly and efficiently

Debbie is knowledgeable, patient and a great person to work with overall. She is our #1 and only voice-over service. You will definitely love her work.
Patricial A.|Los Angeles, CA|02/06/2014 Read More

Voice Over Services News & Article Updates

March 20, 2014 - "Why the Voice-Over Phone Patch is Loved by Voice Actors and Voice Over Clients"

Call it a phone patch or just a nifty add-on feature of my Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) connection… I call it a lifesaver, which again came to the rescue just the other day to help identify and deliver the exact type of voice-over recording my client wanted. But let’s back up and explain things a bit.
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February 20, 2014 - "TV Commercial Voice Overs for Magnet Schools"

Despite spending much of my work day seemingly cloistered from the world in my studio, I still find myself keeping up with some of the latest trends. That’s especially true when I land voice over acting jobs for new computer technologies and anything that involves rolling out, as long as the “rolling out” comes with audio.
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January 20, 2014 - "Quality, Quantity, Sanity - Finding the Balance as a Working Female Voice Actor"

As a mother, wife, homeowner, engaged theater community member, and, oh yes, a busy professional female voice actor, I find myself nodding in agreement at Paul Strikwerda’s November post on “overdoing.”
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December 20, 2013 - "How to Create Warmth and Connection From Cold Copy"

When I begin a voice acting job, the questions I ask myself aren't too different from those I would ask if I were starting a role for film or stage: who am I, what am I trying to get across, and who am I talking to?
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