Jean-Marc Berne will be one of the featured voices on the Spanish version of the PBS Frontline documentary The Choice 2012, which is set to air on Tuesday, October 9th at 9 p.m. Only one catch: in order to hear Mr. Berne’s voice you’ll need to make sure to hit the "SAP" button on your remote. Mr. Berne is dubbing the voices of several people you might recognize, including Mitt Romney, George Romney, Jason Horowitz and Jonathon Alter, to name a few.
Other notable narrations from Mr. Berne include The Documentary Channel’s “The Mysterious Stone Monuments of Markawasi, Peru,” the AP Spanish Princeton Review 2009 and the Audiobook “Negocios,” written by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Díaz. Mr. Berne is the Spanish Voice Over instructor at Actors Connection in NYC, where he teaches his critically acclaimed workshops “Spanish Voice Over Technique” and “Power Marketing For The Voice Over Actor.”
Berne is also the proud founder and CEO of Berne Media Enterprises. Serving as NYC's one-stop shop for Spanish TV, print and radio, the company is uniquely suited to help with coaching services for voice overs, as well as casting, demo production and commercial production for voice overs. Whether you're seeking creative direction or someone who can turn concepts in into high-quality production, Berne Media Enterprises can help.
Voice Overs can be done in English, Spanish and French. To learn more about Voice Overs, visit Berne Media Enterprises and be sure to tune in to Frontline's The Choice 2012 and hit "SAP" on your remote to catch a glimpse of Berne!