I hear voices in my head. Probably on account of the fact that I wear headphones when I work. So, it’s more of an occupational hazard rather than something freaky. Yes, I know. What’s that? Never mind. Just me again. Ok, move on.
While my own voice doesn’t terrify me (yet), some of the projects I’m hired to voice can be downright spooky. That’s what I’ll showcase in this Halloween edition of recent voice acting/narration highlights. * * * * * *
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Happy Halloween from the O’Shea (re)produce section.
Holy guacamole! It’s angelic Teaghan (13) & Dill(on) pickle (10).
It doesn’t get any more terrifying than the gruesome stories that unfold in ‘Secrets of the Morgue‘. I was hired to narrate 2 seasons (26 episodes) of the 60-minute Discovery documentary.
The criminal investigative series explores cases of sick and twisted murders that are solved with forensic discoveries in the morgue. Fun for the whole family.
(Broadcasting through 2019)
If it’s creepy crawlies that get under your skin then here’s a treat for you. Click the image below. Or copy and paste into your WEB browser. HA! Spider humour.
Biological control of spider mite
(Neoseiulus californicus) –
Rory O’Shea – Scientific Voice Over
“No one can prattle off ‘IgE mediated eosinophil production is induced by compounds released by basophils and mast cells, including eosinophil chemotactic factor of anaphylaxis, leukotriene B4, complement complex (C5-C6-C7), interleukin 5, and histamine’ quite like Rory can. And without retakes or breathing I might add 🙂 Call Rory, he’s good!”