Brian Amador

voiceover, narrator, and Musician in Boston, Massachusetts

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*The audiobook for “The Story of Ferdinand” by Munro Leaf narrated by Brian was awarded the Earphones Award bestowed by AudioFile Magazine!*

I am a Spanish/English, Bilingual voice-over actor with no accent in either language, and a native speaker of both. I can add a "Hispanic" accent to my English reads when required. I am originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, but my Spanish is neutral Latin American, with a Mexican accent on request. My principal career for many years was as a guitarist and composer of Latin music for adults and bilingual music for children. Along the way I was offered educational narration for children and got hooked on voice-overs as well. My voice is best described as conversational, friendly, professional, trustworthy, emphatic, natural and animated. I can sound kind and empathetic, childlike and whimsical, or professional, serious and formal. I take direction well, can voice a wide range of characters, and clients find me fun to work with. On Spanish projects, I often help clients with suggestions to make their translations read more naturally. If necessary, I can speak quickly without stumbling, or I can slow down to accommodate the needs of young learners. I have had acting experience and am comfortable with dramatic reads and ad-libbing. I am a dedicated team player and a creative problem-solver. My aim is to voice your message the way you'd like it to sound and to be part of your team. I can complete projects in my own studio or I can quickly get to one of several nearby professional studios with whom my company, Amador Bilingual VoiceOvers, has a longtime relationship. My studio is equipped with both Source-Connect and ipDTL, giving clients the ability to record me remotely with ISDN (or better) quality.

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Along with my wife, Rosi Amador, I've been doing voiceover work for more than 20 years, and I'm a guitarist, composer, songwriter, and musical director of our nationally-touring Latin ensemble, Sol y Canto. It is amazing to be able to work with my wife and see how our passion for music and voiceover has continued with our twin daughters. I am proud of them as they begin their newest chapters in life. My family inspires me every day to excel in both my music and voiceover work.

  • Work
    • Amador Bilingual Voiceovers | Sol y Canto
  • Education
    • New England Conservatory of Music