Jean-Marc Berne is president of Berne Media Enterprises and a busy Voice Talent, Audio Producer, Singer-Songwriter, Voice Over coach, Bestselling Author and a Bilingual International Professional Public Speaker.
He is the author of “The Heart-Voice Connection: How To Infuse Your Message With Real Emotion,” and is also a Spanish-English audiobook narrator, and the creative consultant for print and radio ads for HUD, the National Fair Housing Alliance, the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, and the National Crime Prevention Council. His list of commercial work includes Bud Light, McDonald’s, Western Union, Timberland, Pollo Loco, McKinsey, Pfizer, VNSNY, Xfinity, NFHA, HUD, National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, Metro Cable and Eclipse Gum to name a few. He’s narrated the Spanish audio book “Negocios,” from Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Díaz, the AP Spanish Princeton Review 2009 and “Yaks March In Washington,” the first of a series of English-Spanish educational audio books. He voiced the role of the World Grand Prix commentator for Disney Pixar’s ‘Cars 2′ online video game in Spanish. He’s now back for a third season as the Voice Over Coach for the US version of the Disney animated series ‘The Octonauts.’ And, he’s one of the new songwriters for Nickelodeon’s animated series “Dora and Friends: Into The City.”
In the summer of 2010 – Jean-Marc created an acclaimed series of in-person workshops, ‘Power Marketing for the Voice Over Actor,’ ‘Intro to Voice Over Technique’, ‘Spanish Voice Over Technique’ and ‘Kids Voice Over Technique.’ He’s spoken on stages and voice trained public speaking organizations in Dubai, Bahrain, Cairo and all over Canada and the United States.
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