“I do what I teach, I do it every day, and I love what I do. I have no secrets. I share everything I know.” Rick is perhaps best known as the 14 year signature voice of AMC Network, voicing Thor and Hulk for Marvel projects, and creating the affordable and portable voiceover studio, the Tri-Booth. Rick regularly voices promos for Vh1, Curiosity Stream, Impact Wrestling, NBC Sports, and has worked with nearly every television network in the country. He can be heard on popular video game series such as Halo, Call of Duty, Diablo, Starcraft and Batman Arkham. Rick is the founding director for BOOKABLE Voiceover, a training and demo production company in Los Angeles. Besides teaching voiceover one-on-one to private clients every day, he recently taught masterclasses at Rider University, Case Western Reserve University, University of Connecticut, and University of Missouri-Kansas City. Rick regularly facilitates voiceover workshops for universities and independent voiceover organizations across the country. Rick also created the popular “affordable & portable” voice recording studio, the Tri-Booth with fellow Philadelphian, George “The Tech” Whittam. He’s a proud member of Primetime Voices For Children, an organization comprised of veteran voiceover performers who read stories and play with hospitalized children founded by Joe Cipriano. An actor outside of the booth, Rick made his Broadway debut in Disney’s The Lion King. He recently appeared in the Cleveland Playhouse production of The Diary of Anne Frank. Favorite television performances include roles on 24, The District, House MD, Law & Order and Without A Trace. When not performing or lecturing, Rick enjoys spending time with his darling wife and two boys at home in Culver City. Favorite hobbies? Cooking, Running, and magic.