Bio

I was born in the beautiful City of Toronto and raised in Canada and the United States.  With years of experience in the corporate world, I started working as a Voice Actor out of my pure love of the arts.  Having earned professional degrees and engaged in wonderful business pursuits, I decided to formally study voice acting and hone my craft.  

 

My non-industry professional background coupled with cutting-edge voice over practice, aid the passionate pursuit of my clients' objectives.  A classic voice, modern techniques and a fully outfitted professional studio allow me to efficiently and reliably produce high quality work product. 

 

Contact me for more information.  Let's see how we can start working together.

                                                   ~ Scooter

 

Friends

Testimonials

Easy to work with and immensely talented, we can't say enough about Scooter . . . and what a voice!!

Julianleading marketing Executive

Scooter's talent and professionalism are unsurpassed.  Super reliable!

Robert,  Fortune 500 Executive

A stunning voice talent!  We count on Scooter to perform on short notice and maintain high standards.  Pretty awesome!

Robin O.,  Producer

 

Contact Me

Toronto, ON

416.874.0261

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Mixer Desk
 
BMS Demo - Commercial_Brew
00:00 / 00:15
BMS Demo - PSA
00:00 / 00:32
BMS Demo - Character - Southern2
00:00 / 00:20
BMS DEMO - Commercial - music
00:00 / 01:20
Scooter Demo Pro_mixdown
00:00 / 01:27
Scooter - CHARACTER STORYTELLER
00:00 / 01:05
Scooter - COMMERCIAL (B2B)
00:00 / 00:38
BMS Demo - Narration1 (Do not go gentle.Scooter Clarke
00:00 / 01:18

         Create.

       Deliver.                                         Transform.

 

What's New?

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https://programaudioseries.com/15-what-you-see-is-what-you-get/

  • Mardi Gras! Scooter voices segments for virtual Mardi Gras, including Part I: 

                                                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-MSNIWOeRg                                                      [At 1:32:30. At 1:33:30, and throughout Parts I, II and III...!]

Mixer Desk

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