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Christian

Age range: 25-45

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Diego J

Age range: 28-45

Spanish Argentine Commer...

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English with Argentine a...

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Dolores

Age range: 25-45

Spanish Argentine Commer...

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Spanish LatAm Commercial...

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Spanish LatAm Documentar...

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Federico

Age range: Teen-50

Spanish Argentine Commer...

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Spanish Argentine Narrat...

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Jacqueline V

Age range: 35-55

Spanish Argentine Vision...

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Spanish Argentine South ...

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Spanish Castilian Revlon...

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Javi

Age range: 20-60

Spanish Argentine Compil...

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Spanish Argentine Radio ...

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Spanish Argentine Corpor...

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Julio

Age range: 20-60

Spanish Argentine Compil...

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Spanish Argentine PokerS...

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Spanish LatAm Commercial

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Laura C

Age range: 12-40

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We have 8 native Spanish Argentine voice-over talents available to review on our website. If you can’t find the right voice for your project on our website, please send us your brief and we’ll source talent and audio recording studios for you worldwide at no extra cost.

Spanish Argentine and the Spanish spoken in Spain have many differences, in all aspects of the language. The language in Argentina has been influenced by indigenous languages, Spanish colonization, and massive European immigration to the country. The name, Argentina, comes from the Latin word for silver, ‘argentum’. The original European settlers believed that the country was full of silver. In Argentina ‘Castellano’ (literally meaning Castilian, from the Castile region of Spain) is spoken, rather than ‘Español’ (literally meaning Spanish), since the Spanish spoken today in Argentina can be traced back to Castile, Spain.

Argentina has a current population of just over 45 million, with around 40.9 million speakers of Spanish in Argentina, which is about 98.9 per cent of the population. There are approximately forty different languages spoken in the country, mostly Spanish dominated.