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Killer Voice Overs by Mark La Pointe

Killer Voice Overs by Mark La Pointe

Mark La Pointe is a veteran voice over actor, who specializes in lightening fast turn around on your project. His voice talent experience ranges from Reality TV narration to internet pod casts, national radio and television voice overs and beyond. Mark’s copy writing skills have also been utilized by a score of studios and agencies.

Credits and Projects

Writer and/or voice talent for hundreds of radio and television commercials including Old Milwaukee, Brick beer, Mandarin restaurants, Pizza Pizza, London Telecom, Loebs, Dr Pepper,
Sony/BMG, EMI music, La-Z-boy.

Feature writer for Country Magazine.

The voice of e-learning program Fanshawe College 2005, and phone system operation 2006.

Narrator of weekly television show “Dining Out” for CHTV (Global) Hamilton

Off camera host of reality television series Xtreme Golf TV air date March 2007 and The Pressure Cooker 2008/2009.

In studio audience warm up duties on “The Tommy Hunter Show” for CTV.

On location host of traveling country video show for Pynx Productions.

On air host of nationally syndicated radio program “Key to the Highway” for Sound Source.

Host/writer/producer for nationally syndicated “Prairie Oyster” radio special, Elvis “Second to none” radio special (2003), and “John Denver, a song’s best friend” international radio special (2004), Dixie Chicks “Takin’ the long way” (2006), Carrie Underwood “Stories, Songs, and Secrets” (2006), The Essentials-The Alan Parsons Project (2007) Kalan Porter 2007),  Martina Mc Bride “Stories, Songs and Secrets (2007). Natasha Bedingfield (2008), Crystal Shawanda (2008), Anne Murray Duets (2008), Stompin’ Tom Album Special (2008), Anne Murray Christmas Special (2008), Coldplay Viva la Vida (2008), The Fray (2009), Keith Urban (2009).

Part time host of nationally syndicated radio countdown “The Nation’s Tracks”.

Host/writer/producer of nationally syndicated radio comedy hour “Laff Track”.

Principle actor in “Oriole Park”, Television Pilot produced by On-Air Productions, summer 2003.

Mark’s radio career has spanned over 25 years, and he continues to do a daily top rated radio show.