Express Yourself Through Voice-over

Heather Bambrick

Heather Bambrick is an award-winning Jazz vocalist, voice over actor, and radio broadcaster. The JUNO-nominated vocalist has collaborated with some of the best names in the world of Jazz, including Phil Nimmons, Fred Hirsch, Guido Basso, Ian Shaw, and both the late Rob McConnell and Peter Appleyard. She’s appeared as a guest performer with numerous Jazz ensembles, as well as with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, and the Hamilton Philharmonic. Each of her four solo recordings have received East Coast Music Award nominations for Jazz Recording of the Year, and her 2017 release You’ll Never Know was also nominated for a JUNO Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year. For almost 20 years, Heather has been active as an in-demand voice over actor, featured in commercial campaigns (McDonald’s, Tim Hortons, Canadian Blood Services, Wal-Mart, Honda, RBC, and more) and in leading rolls on several Emmy Award-winning and/or nominated animated series including “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood”, “Wild Kratts”, and “Justin Time”. Heather has voiced both featured and recurring characters in several other shows including “Hotel Transylvania: The Series”, “Dragamonz”, “Shutterbugs”, “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That”, “Clifford the Big Red Dog”, “Get Ed”, “Atomic Puppet”, “Doozers”, “The Dating Guy”, “Blues Clues”, “The Ron James Show”, “Camp Lakebottom”, “3 Amigonauts”, “Odd Job Jack”, “Franklin and Friends”, and several others. For more than 18 years she’s been a popular host on JAZZ.FM91, twice named the National Jazz Awards’ Broadcaster of the Year, and most recently receiving the inaugural 2020 Canadian Broadcasting Award for Best On-Air Host (Music Format). Heather is also a highly sought-after educator at schools and festivals across Canada, having taught at both University of Toronto and Humber College. She currently sits on the Advisory Council for Music Canada, on the Board of SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival. Between all of this, she’s been known to take the occasional nap.

Why Voice-over?

It’s built out of creativity, imagination, and simply being able to ‘play’. It also allows us to use our voices to their greatest potential and invention.

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