Meet Tina



I grew up in the Chicago area, and I began singing around the house when I was 2 years old. I guess you could say that I always knew that I wanted some form of show business to be a part of my life, although the voiceover industry did not come on the scene until later. My mother had been a singer with a big band, and I grew up with music playing in our home all the time. I began performing in talent shows and in school plays, and wherever I could.

After graduating from North Park University in Chicago, one of the highlights of my life was being able to perform the National Anthem at White Sox park.

After moving to Phoenix, Arizona, I performed with jazz bands, country music bands, duos and trios and as a soloist with my guitar.

It was when I moved to California and took my first voiceover class that I realized that a whole new field was opening up for me, and that this was definitely what I wanted to pursue. Since I’ve been in this business, I’ve learned that every job is different and interesting in its own way, whether it be a commercial, narration or an on-hold message. No two days are ever the same. I love every part of this business from recording in my home studio down to the editing and engineering in order to get the project to sound professional and ready to be sent out.

I’ve been blessed and have done a wide variety of voiceover work. One project that stands out is a documentary I narrated called Voices of a Never Ending Dawn produced by Pamela Peak. It’s the historic story of our American WWI Polar Bear force in arctic Russia. It will be aired on PBS.

Goals for the future? To keep growing, improving, and enjoying life as a voiceover artist and vocalist, and sending out positive messages in all that I do.

Thanks for visiting my site,

Tina Wilson