Transatlantic Voice Actors

Expert Transatlantic Voice Actors with Mid-Atlantic Accents

Voice actor samples with the Transatlantic accent

English

Spoken with a

General American Transatlantic accent

Female (Adult)

Low Pitch

Angry

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Remote & On-Location

New York, United States



Sample ID # USA-e817DC

English

Spoken with a

General American Mid-Atlantic accent

Female (Senior)

Normal Pitch

Eloquent

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Remote & On-Location

London,



Sample ID # USA-A1J89m

English

Spoken with a

General American Transatlantic accent

Male (Young Adult)

Normal Pitch

Comedic

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Remote & On-Location

Franklin, United States



Sample ID # USA-T4pw75

English

Spoken with a

General American Mid-Atlantic accent

Male (Young Adult)

High, Light Pitch

Conversational

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Remote & On-Location

Barcelona, Spain



Sample ID # USA-Rn65E7

English

Spoken with a

General Canadian Transatlantic Accent

Male (Senior)

Low Pitch

Nurturing

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Remote & On-Location

Wickford, United Kingdom



Sample ID # CAN-46M7qI

English

Spoken with a

General Canadian Transatlantic Accent

Male (Senior)

Normal Pitch

Conversational

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Remote & On-Location

Wickford, United Kingdom



Sample ID # CAN-p93mN4

English

Spoken with a

General American Transatlantic accent

Male (Adult)

Normal Pitch

Inspiring

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Remote & On-Location

Cape Town, South Africa



Sample ID # USA-67k8qI

English

Spoken with a

General American Mid-Atlantic accent

Male (Adult)

Normal Pitch

Playful

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On-Location

London, United Kingdom



Sample ID # USA-R00nP7

English

Spoken with a

General American Transatlantic accent

Male (Adult)

Normal Pitch

Angry

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Remote & On-Location

Fort Walton Beach, United States



Sample ID # USA-5F77Sz

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About the Transatlantic accent

The Mid-Atlantic accent is a practised dialect of English.

It blends the British RP accent with standard American English. The accent is most associated with the early days of Hollywood and was only taught in private and drama schools to the American upper classes.

The use of the accent fell after WW2 and nowadays the accent generally describes a voice that has spent equal time in American and in the UK i.e. an English voice that’s ‘difficult to place’.

It’s not the same as the traditional Transatlantic accent but it still shares similarities and it’s become hugely popular in recent years. Particularly for corporate communications and commercials. So businesses seek out Transatlantic Voice Actors.

Read more about Transatlantic voice actors below

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More about the Transatlantic accent

Transatlantic voice actor agency

The traditional Mid-Atlantic / Transatlantic style of speaking is non-rhotic (R-less) and used to be associated primarily with privileged white North Americans.

It’s analogous to the RP English dialect it imitates.

Today Transatlantic more commonly describes an English speaker that sounds ‘worldly’ i.e. they could be from between America and Britain – yep ‘Mid-Atlantic’.

The point is the speaker nativity is difficult to pinpoint, and this makes the accent appealing to marketers seeking to connect with English-speaking audiences around the globe.

It’s a safe bet that a transatlantic voice over will reduce localisation costs considerably.


Popular videos about the Mid-Atlantic and Transatlantic accent 

We found these videos interesting, all are related to the Transatlantic accent:

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Saab 9-3 Car Commercial Voice Over – this commercial feature a male voice over with a modern Transatlantic accent:


Accent Tag!: General English / Transatlantic YouTube personality and actress Toria speaks with a modern Transatlantic accent:


The Origin of That Old-Timey Accent in Classic Movies

 

On this page we showcase some of our best Transatlantic voice actors but if this isn’t what you expected, please visit the search page to hear voice actors speaking with many other English dialects including: RP-English, New-Zealander, American and Scottish.

Why go for the Transatlantic accent?

Simple, because the transatlantic accent is easily understood by English speakers worldwide...

Commercials for brands that want to sound region-less, and appeal to any English speaker.

Audiobook narration that doesn’t turn off listeners who may have an accent prejudice (sad but true).

Characters for films set in America during 19th and early 20th century speaking with the traditional Mid-Atlantic accent.

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