Stephane - French Voiceover Artist

Native languages

French

Fluent languages

French, German, Spanish European, English with French accent

Age range

30-70

Styles

Animation, Gaming, Authoritative, Characters, Charming, Comic, Commercial, Compelling, Engaging, Continuity, Corporate, Documentary, Narrative, Dry, Deadpan, Gritty, Inspirational, Intelligent, International Dubbing, Light Entertainment, Movie Trailer, Natural, Gentle, On-hold, IVR, Automated Telephone Messaging, Powerful, Radio Drama, Radio Promo, Reassuring, Rich, Sinister, Sultry, Sensuous, Sexy, TV Promo, Warm, Friendly

Stephane is a native French voiceover artist, who is fluent in Spanish and German. He started voice-acting in French at the tender age of 15 for a literary magazine and has continued throughout his acting career.

Stephane's last job involved voic more ...

Stephane is a native French voiceover artist, who is fluent in Spanish and German. He started voice-acting in French at the tender age of 15 for a literary magazine and has continued throughout his acting career.

Stephane's last job involved voicing an advert in Mandarin Chinese for Chanel Numero 5. In French, English, German and Spanish, from Action Man to the Vatican Museum, from CNN to the BBC, from Piat d’Or and Boursin to London 2012 Official Announcer, his career has been as varied as it has been fun. Stephane always brings his enthusiasm, experience and sense of humour to a recording session.

Audio Clips

French Napoleon

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French Red Cross Landmines

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German-slight French accent

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Spanish-slight French accent

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French & English-French accent 1

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French & English-French accent 2

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English-French accent History

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English-French accent Bayer

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English-French accent Commercials

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English-French accent Compilation

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Artist News

Stephane stars in DreamThinkSpeak Production @ Somerset House

Stephane stars in DreamThinkSpeak Production @ Somerset House

4 Feb 2013

Stephane stars in a new large-scale, site-responsive theatre production, inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci, The Book of Revelation and the world of Mechatronics

Take a journey through the maze-like underground passages and unseen spaces of King's College and Somerset House into a world of calamitous accidents and divine revelations.

Mixing Leonardo-inspired hydraulics and modern mechanical engineering with dreamthinkspeak’s special blend of film, installation and live performance, it reveals a vision of the world either on the verge of collapse - or the brink of rebirth.

dreamthinkspeak return to Somerset House after the sell-out success of their 2004 show Don’t Look Back.

IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE END is co-commissioned by Somerset House Trust, King’s Cultural Institute and TippingPoint.