Jessica T - Voice Artist
A professional voice artist, Jessica lends her contemporary, warm sound to TV, radio and web commercials. She voices eLearning, explainers, corporate narration and phone projects. Jessica is solidly Gen-X with the requisite work ethic, but with the younger sound of a Millennial. That’s the best of both worlds, friends. Since Kindergarten, Jessica was one of those kiddos who raised her hand emphatically any time the teacher asked for somebody to read aloud. This developed into a love of all things creative - band, theater and choir. A regular refrain on her elementary report cards was: “Her voice really carries. She needs to learn to keep her voice down.” That advice never really sunk in. The best voice-over actresses are intelligent and well-educated. Jessica has a broad range of life experience including starting several businesses, independently structuring her college degree, running a successful massage spa for ten years in Denver, opening a training center for massage therapists to do their work with their feet, being a bodyworker for 15 years, living overseas for three years, selling books door-to-door as a teen, a bet taker at a horse track, data-entry at home, office manager, mortgage broker, and real estate broker - not in that order. Jessica and her husband live a mostly joyful life with their three sons in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. She is an avid cook, knitter, hiker, reader, traveler, homeopathy nerd, backyard hen-keeper, sister and daughter. Jessica delivers meals for Meals on Wheels with her boys. She also donates her voice acting services to Project Angel Heart, a nonprofit in Denver that delivers medically tailored meals to people with life-threatening illnesses. Random facts about Jessica: -She gave Bernie Mac a massage when he was on his stand-up tour in Minneapolis. He had massive feet and was making jokes the entire time. Rest in peace, Bernie. -Jessica worked on the woman cast as Nala in The Lion King during the US debut of the show in Minneapolis, at The Orpheum Theater. -She taught one of Willie Nelson’s daughters how to give massage with her feet. -Jessica played the role of Older Amy opposite Annaleigh Ashford’s Younger Amy in Little Women, The Musical in Littleton, Colorado way back when. -She hates the word “moist.” -She named her massage spa after Seinfeld’s infamous episode “Serenity Now!” -Jessica had a deaf Dalmatian, Harley, that she trained with hand signals. Rest in peace, Harley. -She climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge at sunset with her then-boyfriend, now husband. -She has been to two Rugby World Cups - Australia and France. -For two years she drove a 1964 Ford F100 - manual brakes, manual steering, three on the floor. That’s the truck she drove from Minneapolis to Denver. Rest in peace, Ford F100. -Jessica can effortlessly type 150 words per minute. -For the past twenty years, Jessica has corrected her vision using orthokeratology. Google it. -Jessica would pick ice cream over alcohol any day of the week. -She and her family moved to Prague when their boys were 4, 2 and nine months old. That’s a special kind of crazy. -She scuba dove The Great Barrier Reef. -Jessica wants to live to be 100 and be on the Today show as a bicentennial baby. You do the math. -Jessica cross-examined her husband, and vice versa, in a civil trial. Long story. -The only person tired of her voice is her husband.
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