Learn more about Italian voice actors
With approximately 63 million native Italian speakers and 90 million people speaking Italian worldwide, translating content to Italian is a no-brainer. Italian voice actors are often cast alongside their French, German, and Spanish counterparts to voice corporate videos, video games, explainers, and more. And this isn’t just for European audiences. Italian is spoken as a 2nd language in many nations outside of Europe too.
The Italian language has some extremely long words. The longest recorded is 29 characters – esofagodermatodigiunoplastica. This word refers to surgery following the removal of the stomach and oesophagus—amazing!
This can make Italian a tricky language if you’re translating time-sensitive content. Not only are the words longer, but they also have more syllables. This means it physically takes longer to say something in Italian than it does in English. It’s hardly surprising then that many English speakers think Italians talk more quickly!
To help with translating your message into Italian and keeping it succinct we have a team of approved translators and copywriters on hand. As you can see we are more than just an Italian voice actor agency.
We make sure to vet every single voice actor that we work with to ensure authenticity. We also make sure that their home set up is capable to record audio clips to the high-quality standard we have here at Voquent.
The dedicated project manager that we assign to every single project will verify all these facts in collaboration with our in house audio experts.
After the Italian script is finalized and we’re recording the Italian voice actors. We’ll ensure everything matches up. This makes your video editors job simple. Alternatively, we can help with inserting the voice track back onto the video for you.
Here we feature our favorite Italian voice actors. If this isn’t what you require, please visit the search page to find voice actors speaking in other languages.