Los Angeles, CA
Dave Fennoy is one of the most sought after voice actors in Los Angeles. He is known for his versatility, providing voices for commercials, narrations, TV promos, award shows, animation and games.
Gamers are enjoying his work as Lee Everett, the lead character on The Walking Dead game, which has garnered more than 80 "game of the year" awards, and earned him nominations for best game character performance from the VGA's, Machinima, Dice, and British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, with wins from the Machinima and Dice awards. Dave has also played a variety of creatures, characters, warriors, wizards, and weirdos on more than 60 games including some of gaming's biggest titles like Worlds of Warcraft, Worlds of Starcraft, Metal Gear, DOTA, Transformers, Ultimate Spiderman, Delta Force, The Curse Of Monkey Island, and Laura Croft Tomb Raider.
He has been a regular in numerous cartoon series including Star Wars The Clone Wars, Archer, The Lebrons, Kim Possible, Ben 10, Darkwing Duck, New Kids On The Block, Pro Stars, Johnny Quest and Sonic The Hedgehog.
The nearly 40 million daily viewers of Hulu have dubbed him "The Hulu Guy", the omnipresent voice heard before programs.
His promo resume includes CBS, ABC, CNN, The WB, Fox, Showtime, Starz, ESPN, MLB Network, The Disney Channel and TV One.
Commercial voice credits include Sears, Lexus, McDonalds, Corona Beer, KFC, Toyota, Chrysler, ATT, Louisiana Sea Food, Time Life Music R&B/Gospel, and Southern Company.
Narration credits include programs for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Science Channel and his voice is currently sharing many secrets of the seas on Animal Planets "WILD DEEP".
Film voice credits include "The Campaign", "Ghost Rider", "Happy Feet" and "Kings Ransom".
Dave has also been the in show announcer for several TV and Award shows, including Late Night with Gregg Kinnear, The Billboard Music Awards, The Teen Choice Awards, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, and this years National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on PBS where his voice introduced President Barack Obama, and for the 15 years was an institution as the in show announcer for The NAACP Image Awards.
Mr. Fennoy is also a sought-after VO instructor, speaker at voice over events, and the subject of a chapter in the book "Secrets Of Voice Over Success" by Joan Baker.