The personalities that we were able to find are among the best, and a great joy to collaborate with. The three professionals listed here from experienced to young and aspiring truly brought Anya's script to life! They each have a gifted ability to perform to the character's description with expertise. Their time and effort are valued so much that we wanted to showcase them here. Take the time to get to know these fine Actors! Visit their linked sites and listen to their reels, it's so much fun! They would love to hear from you.
Noah Logan is an emerging freelance voice actor based out of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Highly motivated and professional for his age, he has practiced voiceover for several years and has a wide vocal range for both commercial and character work. A passionate storyteller to boot, Noah hopes to bring more characters to life in animated features and video games.
Noah is a current Junior at Regent University, juggling studies toward a bachelor degree in Cinema & Television and two academic minors in the fields of Animation and English. He dabbles with sound design, graphic design, animation, and scriptwriting in addition to his voiceover. His Regent studies have given him basic experience using Adobe Audition, Photoshop, Premiere, and After Effects.
Noah’s entrepreneurial efforts brought him on board for the Breath of Life film in the summer of 2018. It was one of his most significant roles at the time and he loved voicing for his character. He was cast as Irinarkh and a couple other minor roles. For further info, Noah’s demo reel can be found on his website at noahloganvo.com.
Based in Los Angeles, California, Dimitry Rozental is an experienced Russian voiceover talent. Dimitry has worked on numerous Russian language productions over the past two decades. With extensive work in the field of television, film, radio and multimedia, he has built a successful career marrying precision with artistry.
Dimitry received comprehensive voice and acting training from DePaul University (formerly Goodman School of Drama) earning his BFA in Acting. His native tongue is Russian but he also speaks Ukrainian, and English with a soft eastern European accent perfect for animation and video games.
Dimitry honed his skills working on countless commercials, e-lessons, audiobooks, jingles, and presentations for corporate clients as well as dubbed films and documentaries.
His work as a radio host in Russia, Chicago, and Los Angeles for nearly a decade has enabled him to captivate an audience regardless of demographic.
Dimitry has played pivotal roles in the success of many high caliber projects for Fortune 500 companies and brands like Google, Apple, Harley Davidson, PUMA, UFC, Volkswagen, Uber, Pepsi, Lay's Chips, and Rosetta Stone. He was recently awarded the prestigious EMEA SABRE award for his work on Google’s “Anna Karenina: Live” and is featured as the Russian voice of the world-renowned "Rosetta Stone® - Language Learning Technology”.
Dimitry’s rich tone is perfect for animation and video games. He’s been featured in Activision's “Call of Duty” (2019), Ubisoft’s “Assassin’s Creed” (2017), 4A Games’ “Metro: Exodus” (2019), “Rune Ragnarok” (2018), and “WW3” (2019). Dimitry has the unique gift of lifting story and character above language ensuring his client’s message is delivered to their audience. With each project, Dimitry’s goal is to deliver more than what is expected of him.
He values positivity, honesty, responsibility, and intelligence. He brings these core values to any project he engages. Never afraid of hard work, Dimitry is committed to his development both as a person and an actor. In order to provide high quality Russian voiceovers, he is constantly honing his skills. He believes learning as much as he can about his craft enables him to stay competitive in the rigorous field of voice-over.
Dimitry Rozental (SAG-AFTRA)
Adam Behr is a puppeteer and Award-winning voice-over artist, a Canadian and South African dual citizen. He performed background characters on It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie and The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. He also worked on the Creature Shop films Cats & Dogs and Snow Dogs.
On TV, Behr puppeteered and did voices in Stargate SG-1. He also provides narration for documentaries on TV and voice-overs for commercials and films. He has won 6 Cannes Lions, Voiced 2 Clio Award winning commercials, 2D & AD In-book Award and Voiced 2 Grands Prix, numerous Gold, Silver, 2 Bronze-winning campaigns in the Loerie Advertising Awards, as well as the Gold Apex Award-winner for 2012, and has Voiced the Gold Loerie Award-winning campaign , for "Frank.net" and is the ongoing voice of the company. He is also the signature voice of many products and companies worldwide, and the station ID voice for several international radio stations. He voices movie and video game trailers, and also characters for animation, and is one of the voice artists on the political satire puppet series zanews.
He has worked as a puppeteer and effects artist on several projects, including Cats and Dogs, Cats and Dogs 2: The revenge of Kitty Galore, I, Robot, Alien vs Predator 2, Snakes on a Plane, Slither, The Santa Clause 2, Scary Movie 3, The Sixth Day, and Willard, among others and TV credits include, The X-Files, Millennium, Stargate SG-1, The Outer Limits, Poltergeist: The Legacy, The New Addams Family, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, and many more.
He has also done voice-over work in other languages including Zulu, Afrikaans, and Swahili. He is the signature voice for various broadcast channels, and cartoon characters for both television and feature films, including prominent animation voice roles in Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train, Land of the Lost, the feature film with Will Ferrell, the voice of the lead villain, "Titanium Chef" in CBS's Sushi Pack, and many more.
Alexandra Green is an emerging voice actress from Houston, Texas. A Junior majoring in Creative Writing and Fine Arts at Rice University, Alexandra’s diverse interests, skill set (such as a love and proclivity for accents), and professional history give her the freedom to explore her artistic ambitions.
Whether she is telling stories through her voice, painting and sculptures, or her published works, she does her utmost to bring her characters to life. She has also been trained in opera for a decade.
Alexandra has had the privilege of working with the puppetry group Poncili Creacion, Machine Dazzle, and Natasha Bowdoin, in addition to others. She has already published two books in her career, A Tribute to Greatness: The Vanity Tour and Reverse Ransom Letters, and plans to continue her writing career in children’s books, experimental fiction, and short stories.
Alexandra feels extraordinarily fortunate to be able to use her voice talents in the Breath of Life. She hopes that you enjoy her work in the film and the talents of her excellent colleagues. For more information on Alexandra her voice work can be found at: