Debbie Irwin is a tip-top-talent and award-winning, female voiceover actor based in New York City. As you learn about her, you might recognize her voice from your last visit to the city at cultural destinations such as The Statue of Liberty, The Guggenheim, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Debbie has also voiced documentaries for production companies and networks such as PBS for their series Treasures of New York. She has also been the voice for commercials for Pandora, corporate narrations for IBM Watson and, medical narrations for AstraZeneca, Johns Hopkins, and Memorial Sloan Kettering, just to name a few.
Clients love working with Debbie because of her professionalism, her openness to collaboration, and her dynamic approach to any script. Her wit, humor, and ability to take direction make her a joy to work with. She comes into every voice over project with experience ranging in various industries from Wall Street to public relations, even arts, and medical sciences. This gives Debbie a more unique edge in the recording booth as a female voice-over talent with a tool kit of varied skills. More so, is the advantage of having an on-site, sound-proof, recording studio equipped with all the high-quality equipment and software needed to produce the best voice over recordings.
Debbie hails from Chicago originally, with some time spent abroad as an ex-pat in Italy and Mexico perfecting her Spanish and Italian language skills. Finally, she arrived in New York City in pursuit of a theatrical acting career and settled into life in the Big Apple. After taking a little break from acting, Debbie worked in public affairs at The Guggenheim and as a stockbroker on Wall Street, ultimately deciding to move on to ‘Sesame Street’ when she started a family and became a full-time mom.
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