Hailed as voiceovers most versatile voice, Aaron Brillhart is a national voice actor broadly recognized as the talent behind promos and commercials for Fox News Channel, Dell Computers, BMW, Hershey Chocolates, and various television and radio stations around the world. Brillhart's versatile and unique ability allows him to change his voice several octaves in the same take. His clear versatility is demonstrated as the in-theatre trailer voice for Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York to cartoon voices for Hershey Chocolates, where Brillhart plays a whiny Hershey’s Kiss. Aaron Brillhart’s artful and imaginative use of his voice has earned him a reputation as one of the most versatile voice artists in the national scene. Before moving into voiceovers full-time, Aaron Brillhart garnered invaluable experience as a news anchor with various radio stations across America. Aaron served under the tutelage of some of the most accomplished radio news personalities in the business before starting his own production company and transitioning into voiceovers full-time. Aaron Brillhart has worked with Sam Chwat, noted New York City speech therapist to Shakira, Robert DeNiro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Richard Gere, Harry Connick, Jr., and Isabella Rossellini to further enhance his unique octave changing abilities. Brillhart continually exceeds expectations for producers, production / imaging staff, creative service departments, ad agencies and talent agents around the United States with his versatile style. Supplementing his extensive background and versatility in voiceovers, Aaron Brillhart is a devoted humanitarian extensively supporting both Habitat for Humanity and Kiva.org
Aaron Brillhart has been in the industry since 1999.
Clients / Credits
- Fox News Channel, Dell Computers, BMW, Hershey Chocolates, and various television and radio stations
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