Beatriz has a wide experience as a voice over talent in her country of origin, Spain. Born in Madrid, she has no local accent whatsoever and sounds neutral in a Castilian Spanish pronunciation, with perfect enunciation of the sounds that other Spaniards might get wrong, like the ending Ds and Ts at the end of words like Madrid. But she can also imitate the common accent and get a more natural street-like voice when needed.
She has worked as a voice artist for many different media –television, radio, Internet and corporate video, amongst others. Apart from voice over, she can do character dubbing or just voice acting.
Being raised in a creative atmosphere, from a singer mother and a creative advertising writer father, she has always shown an interest in the media and anything related to voice work. She has undergone a workshop for voice training and film dubbing for almost three years, where she was practically trained lip-synching films with many different kinds of characters or dramatic tones. Beatriz also has a passion for the written word, acting, writing and translating. She has a vast experience as a translator as well as a personal interest in how to avoid things getting lost in translation. Several years ago, she started her own personal blog about the most correct ways to translate from English to Spanish. Her clients include, Yahoo!, Amena, Ministerio del Interior, Canal Satélite Digital, TVE2, Radio 3 de Televisión Española, Fox Kids, Quiero, Olimpo, Marie Claire, Comunidad de Madrid and Vía Digital.
Beatriz’s voice in Castilian Spanish is professional, clear and very well enunciated. From her long years experience and acting training, she can give your content the tone you desire and she’s very flexible at following your directions.
“Beatriz has such a beautiful voice”
-Valeria Mariner, C. E. O. at Cine 54, the company providing video content for Yahoo! for years now.
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