Megan has voiced national television and radio commercial campaigns for brands like DSW, Chobani, Dunkin Donuts, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, RC Willey, and Mucinex. Trained by New York voiceover coach and casting director, Doriane Elliott, and repped by Buchwald, Megan has extensive knowledge and experience in the commercial voiceover industry. She is a great collaborator with the ability to identify and create a brand’s sound using their message and an understanding of their target audience. Her versatility and experience lead to a great partnership.
Recently Megan has also begun work in audiobook recording. Her experience at the mic through her 7 years in voiceovers, paired with her extensive acting training and experience, help her bring characters to life for all genres.
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Excerpt from Emma Cline’s New York Time’s Best Selling novel The Girls. The Girls paints a portrait of a young, lonely teenager coming of age during the tumultuous end of the 1960’s and how it informs the woman she becomes.
A young-adult novel sample from Carol Rifka Brunt’s Tell the Wolves I’m Home. This story, told from the prospective of the 14-year-old protagonist, June, as she comes to terms with the loss of the only person who has ever truly understood her.
An excerpt from Iyanla Vanzant’s self help book, Trust: Mastering the Four Essential Trusts.
From Lauren Mechling’s hilarious novel about female friendship, How Could She. The story follows three friends as they navigate lost love, new careers, and, well, each other.