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Jesse's Clients

Jesse Springer has worked with most major production companies and ad agencies around the world, including Leo Burnett, David & Goliath, DGWB and many others. He has been the voice of major brands like KFC, Kia, Comcast Business, Yahoo!, Nokia and Google.

Jesse's History in Voiceover

With a career spanning more than a decade, Jesse Springer has been voicing for international brands since the age of 15. As a teenager, Jesse worked as an imaging voice for several ClearChannel radio affiliates in major markets, UPN affiliates on the East Coast, and several Rogers Television networks and shows in Canada. At 18, Jesse moved to Los Angeles to lend his voice to a variety of major ad campaigns, television pilots for Warner Bros. Animation, and infomercials for Gold's Gym and Luminess Air. Since then, Jesse has gone on to perform promo voiceovers for the likes of PBS, FEARnet and Science Channel, and radio campaigns for Barona Casino and Brookfield Homes amongst many others. Jesse is heard nationwide as the voice of Gas Station TV at pumps everywhere, and recently, Jesse has been hard at work narrating web explainer videos for the National Academy of Engineering, GOrendezvous, DriveNew, iGrooveNext, LOFORCE, Platinum Strategies, and Valta Solar. Jesse is also the national voice of Kia for radio and television.


The Conversational Voice

The “guy next door” sound is not a new concept by any means, but recently, more producers are seeking out Jesse for his unique ability to speak casually and personally as a real, relatable friend.

"Killer."
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Jesse's NewDemosAre Online!

Jesse Springer is a Voicey Award-winning, SAG-AFTRA (union) voiceover artist based in Los Angeles, California. Jesse has a personal voiceover studio in Burbank, and also works frequently in client studios around the Los Angeles metro area and Santa Monica.

 


Jesse Springer'sEventsAnd Appearances

"Damn good... Incredible."
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