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Artist Profile - Eric Meyers

Accents
American

Age Ranges
Twenties, Thirties, Forties

Voice Types
Actors/Actresses, Character/Animation, Comedy, Corporate/Informative, Impressions, Natural/Fresh, Quirky/Interesting/Unique, Smooth/Soft-Sell, Understated/Low Key, Upbeat/Energy

Eric Meyers is a native New Yorker.  He spent fifteen years voicing in San Francisco and Los Angeles.  Since coming to London in the 1990’s he has acted on stage, film, tv and in radio dramas.  His clear vocal range is well known in award-winning documentaries, cartoon animation, audio books and in the games industry.

His acting credits include the films Woman in Gold, A Hologram for the King and Snatch.  TV credits include Fleming, Hiroshima, and The Honourable Woman…as well as narrating a complete episode of South Park – “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining.”

The South Park recording came from his narration on the television series I Shouldn’t Be Alive which ran for 6 seasons on Discovery’s Animal Planet.  Eric’s other documentary series include PBS’s premiere science program NOVA, History Channel’s Mankind Decoded and NatGeo’s Animal Fight Night

In the audio book world Eric has narrated many titles including The Maltese Falcon, Into The Black (the first Space Shuttle mission) and The Carter Blake thrillers by Mason Cross.

For television animation he created the voice of ‘Henry the Lizard’ for Disney Channel’s Emmy Award nominated Amazing Animals.  He is ‘Eric the Triangle’ in Oscar’s Orchestra and ‘Sidney Goldfish’ in the series Dork Hunters From Outer Space


Eric Meyers on Spotlight

Eric Meyers on vimeo