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VoiceOver Demos - Broadcast Production

About Ed

An award-winning voice, stage, and screen actor, Ed Cunningham lives and works in Los Angeles. For more than 20 years he's worked as a voiceover artist with most of the leading ad agencies, bringing hundreds of radio and television spots to life. Currently running: Wrangler Jeans, Subaru, Rooms To Go, Capitol One, Samsung, Tervis Tumblers, spots for the American Bible Society, and many more…

Ed records daily out of his guest house studio. He has narrated for VH1's Behind the Music, Discovery Channel’s Surgery Saved My Life, ESPN's The Bronx Is Burning, and TruTV's highest rated show Bait Car. Several Fox and NBC affiliates around the country use Ed as their station voice. He has also voiced lead characters for dozens of top-selling video games (Tony Hawk, Call of Duty, Star Wars, Everquest, Soul Caliber, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, Tales of Legandia, Dungeons and Dragons, etc.).

An accomplished stage and film actor, Ed won Chicago’s highest theatre honor, the Joseph Jefferson Citation, for his portrayal of Marco in A View from the Bridge, and performed in the Tony Award winning play Metamorphoses with Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre Company. As a voiceover actor, Ed earned a Silver Microphone Award doing spoken word for an Ameritech radio spot. And on screen, Ed stars opposite Daniel J. Travanti and Jennifer Morrison in the feature film Design (selected for the Sundance Film Festival).

Throughout his career, Ed has taught acting and voiceover at every level. He holds a BA in English Literature from Davidson College and an MFA in Acting from Northern Illinois University.