Clients + Credits
— Covering a wide range of industries, for companies big and small Voice Over Artist Jake Eberle’s clients range from Ford Chevy, Honda, Scion and Kawasaki to Maker’s Mark, Boeing, Joseph A Banks, Citgo, and Aspen Dental.
— I’ve done over a thousand commercials. Here are some to chew on…
CITGO, LEXUS, HYUNDAI, FORD, CHEVY, HONDA, ASPEN DENTAL, SCION, KAWASAKI, POLARIS, KELLEY BLUE BOOK, BOEING
Over many years of working with voice talent, my primary criterion is brutally simple: find the sound that brings a distinct point of view to not just the words on paper, but to the larger idea of the brand itself. Few voice actors do this as effortlessly – apparently for him but also for me – as Jake. The work he did for Maker’s Mark over a period of several years helped define, literally, the voice of the brand for our expanded audience. And like Ginger Rogers, he does it all backwards, in heels. At least that’s what I hear.
David Vawter EVP/Chief Creative Officer Doe-Anderson, Louisville, KY
During my long career in advertising, I have worked with dozens of voice talents, a fair number of them celebrity voices as well. And yet I can say without hesitation that Jake Eberle was among the very best I ever had the pleasure to work with. To be the advertising voice of The Boeing Company, I selected Jake from over 100 voice-actor auditions. From his audition alone, I could hear his ability to shape words into emotion, to understand emphasis points and to convey trust and authority at the sane time. Better still, once inside the studio, Jake was always a consummate professional—someone who works quickly, takes direction easily, offers a variety of options and make insightful creative suggestions. In short, he’s a gem to work with, someone who sets the bar high for himself and never leaves the studio until everyone is delighted. I couldn’t recommend him highly enough.
Peter Serchuk President/Owner Frontline Communications, Los Angeles, CA
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