Randall Moore

Whether you need the tug of gentle persuasion or a distinctive ring of authority, Randall Moore’s baritone delivery can provide the feeling you want for your project.  You’ve heard his comfortable tones in commercials for Canadian Tire, Sears, PIA Law, and many more.  His narrations run the gamut from the multi-episode “Infestation” to “Mustangs” and “Zeppelins!” for Smithsonian TV “.  Lever Bros, Aecon, RSM RIchter, MasterCard International and many others choose his voice to convey critical information to clients and employees.

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Randall Moore - Performer Schedule

Unavailable:
Tues. Sept. 10, before 13:00
Friday, Sept 13 not available
Monday, Sept. 30 until Tuesday, Oct. 15

**Please be advised that this schedule may not be up to date. If your session date/time is fixed, you may email info@voxtalent.com to ensure talent availability before you book.**

Rates

 Radio Commercials
   Major Market (one city) $275    
   National (more than one city) $350
   Television Commercials
   Major Market (one city) $400
   National (more than one city) $550
 Internet Commercials  $400
Narrations (Non Broadcast) (Corporate/Industrial/Training/Etc)
00 - 10 mins $250 For Non Broadcast Narrations over 40 minutes, or any Broadcast Narration, Online Usage, editing or multiple file delivery, please contact the agency for details. 
11 - 20 mins $300
21 - 30 mins $350
31 - 40 mins $400
Over 40 mins Call For Quote
*Rates INCLUDE voiceover services and delivery of the dry read via FTP at no additional charge for the transfer and temporary storage. *Editing, multiple file delivery and custom audio formats are available for an additional fee if required or requested. *Rates are per language, in case a bilingual performer is required. *Custom auditions are provided for FREE at no charge. *Explainer Video and Corporate Video used online – narration for product video used online. Product/client must be the same or individual products/clients will be billed individually. Material cannot contain promotional content or it will be billed as a Commercial Spot (Internet). *For more information on rates, click here.