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  • My Voice Styles Include:

  • Car Spots
  • Character Spots
  • Political Spots
  • Infomercials
  • Narrations
  • Announcer Voice
  • Narrations
  • Commercials
  • Trailers
  • Deep Voice
  • Warm & Friendly
  • My Languages Include:

  • English


Crew Member Since: 06/15/2015

Turn Around Time: 2 Hours

About Me

Resonant, Warm, and Engaging voice

My Bio

The expressive voice of Andrew L. Barnes brings diverse characters to life. As a narrator, voiceover artist, actor, and singer, the multi-talented Barnes uses his exceptional bass-baritone voice and acting skills to add depth and meaning to vocal performances.

A strong sense of commitment and passion is evident in his work. Denis Diderot, a famous French Editor, once said; “Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things.” There is much truth to this statement, which serves as a source of inspiration for Andrew. Unfortunately, he did not discover my true passion until 10 years ago, while receiving private Voice over Acting lessons at the College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in Cincinnati, Ohio.

As a professional voice talent, he has produced several wonderful titles, namely “Becoming King: The Making of a National Leader” by Troy Jackson (Ear Phones Award 2013); “W.E.B. Du Bois: American Prophet” by Edward J. Blum; “The Great Willis Tate” by Dana R. Taylor; “We Look Like Men of War” by William R. Forschen; “Breech of Faith” by Jed Horne; “Come Hell or High Water” by Michael Eric Dyson; “Up from Slavery” by Booker T. Washington; and “The People Could Fly,” a series of African-American folktales written by Virginia Hamilton. Barnes called on his theatrical background to deliver an unforgettable vocal performance of each character, over 30 in all.

He has the distinct pleasure of being the Gold Medal Winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in 2009 for Best Audio Book entitled, “The Call to Shakabaz” written by Amy Wachspress. A wonderful fantasy adventure in a far away place called “Faracadar”. Yeah! It’s a tongue twister. Also, he was awarded the Silver Metal by the MOM's Choice Awards for Best Audio Book in the Juvenile category 2009. In addition, he is the voice of the Official National Monument to Booker T. Washington in Franklin County, Virginia. As a result of his contributions to this project, he received the highest honor by the National Park Service of America.

As an opera singer, Andrew L. Barnes got his start in the Southwest region of Ohio. A graduate of the highly regarded School For the Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, he also trained for the stage privately for several years and has worked with Sorg Opera, Ensemble Theatre Company, and Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra.

Barnes has sung with Sorg Opera Company for more than 5 seasons, in Carmen, H.M.S. Pinafore, La Traviata, The Student Prince, and The Barber of Seville. His most notable roles have been “Otis Burrows” in The Mighty Casey; “Jim” in Moonlighting Theatre’s production of Big River; “Minister Allen” in Ensemble Theatre’s production of Anne of Green Gables (Avonlea); and “Uncle Tom” in River of Freedom. Published reviews describe his voice as “compelling” According to a critic for City Beat, “He captures… complex emotions in his booming bass voice, making his songs some of the show’s best.”

The amalgamation of singing, and stage acting has contributed much to his work, nevertheless Andrew is convinced that “voice-acting is the best form of expression to breathe life into characters which captivate the imagination, and delight the hearts of listeners everywhere.”

My Other Demos

  • Main Demo
  • Political Demo
  • Narrations