About

Female Voice Talent, Voice actor, voice artist, voiceover provider…whatever you call it, Randye Kaye has been providing voice services for over 20 years to long list of clients including Priceline.com, Dannon, Kyocera, Big Lots, Rustoleum, NBC/Universal, MISTO, Toshiba, Verizon, and many more. She provides a trustworthy and intelligent voice for countless websites, e-learning courses, phone systems, on-hold messages, video games, promos, industrial narrations, audiobooks (children, adults), science/medical/technical instruction,  travel/real estate/museum tours, and live events.  Randye also has been heard on major radio stations as Morning Drive sidekick, PM Drive Personality, news director, and NPR classical music host.  She coaches Voiceover students privately and as part of the coaching team at Edge Studio in NY, CT, and DC.

Randye Kaye helps people tap into their full potential in self-esteem, creativity, conflict/stress prevention and communication, teaching the skills she uses as a professional actress, voice talent, improv performer and radio personality.

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Randye is the author of Ben Behind His voices: One Family’s Journey from the chaos of Schizophrenia to Hope,(Summer 2011, Rowman & Littlefield)  and is a Connecticut State Trainer for the NAMI (National Alliance on Mental illness) Family-to-Family program.  She speaks frequently to audiences about the process of coping with the challenges – including stigma – when mental illness strikes a loved one.

Randye also coaches business professionals on improving presentation skills, and using your voice for self-expression – whether as a professional voice-over talent or public speaker.

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3 responses to “About

  1. Pingback: So, You Want to be a Voice Over Talent? « San Diego City College Acting for Radio/Voiceover

  2. Hey Randye! From one v/o actor to another – I’ve nominated you for a “Very Inspiring Blogger” award. Check it out at: http://lorileighwilson.com/2013/06/12/sharing-inspiration/

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