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Jonathan Sleep, Voiceover

DEMOS

ABOUT JONATHAN

  • Jonathan can be heard as the voice of Corporal Mann (ADR) on the Netflix series, The Liberator, produced by Trioscope Studios, Netflix/A&E.

  • Jonathan narrates the ongoing Caverns and Creatures series of Fantasy/Comedy novels and short stories written by Robert Bevan.

  • This best-selling series of 17 titles cumulatively has over 40,000 ratings on Audible and regularly tops Audible's charts in the Humor, Dark Humor, and Fantasy categories.

  • Jonathan's performance on Audible is currently averaged at 4.8 out of 5 stars over all titles.

  • Jonathan has received personal coaching from industry veterans, Thessaly Lerner and Brian Bremer, completed anime/ADR/video game intensive led by Chris Rager (Dragonball Z) has attended improv classes at Dad's Garage, and voiceover workshops and classes at Atlanta Voiceover Studio from Sally Neal and Steve Henderson.

  • He lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Kelly, and kids, Fletcher and Sydney.

 
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THE STUDIO

I record and produce from my personal - pro studio in Atlanta. 

Here's some of the equipment I like to use:

Voicebooth.com 5-Carat Recording Booth

MacBook Pro

Neumann TLM 107

Tech Zone Stellar X2

Universal Audio Apollo MK 2 Interface

a variety of digital preamps, compressors, plugins

Adobe Audition

Izotope RX

Zoom, Skype, Source Connect

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CREDITS

ADR

  • Voice of Corporal Mann, The Liberator, (Jonkajtys, 2020)

AUDIOBOOKS

  • Boarded Windows, Dead Leaves

  • Klaus Encounters: The Legend of Klaus Richter 

  • The Relativist: Occupational Hazards, Book 2

  • Critical Failures: Shit is about to Get Real

  • d6: A Caverns and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures II:  Fail Harder

  • 2d6: A Cavern and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures III: A Storm of S-Words

  • 3d6: A Cavern and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures IV: The Phantom Pinas

  • 4d6: A Cavern and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures V: V is for Five

  • 5d6: A Cavern and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures VI: The Good, the Bad, and the Neutral

  • 6d6: A Cavern and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures VII: Septapussy

  • 7d6: A Caverns and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures VIII: Galleons of Sea Men

  • 8d6: A Caverns and Creatures Mini-Adventure Collection

  • Critical Failures IX: No Holds Bard

REVIEWS

"...I’m writing this review mostly to comment on how amazing Jonathan Sleep is as a narrator / producer. Book eight was pretty impressive but good grief he’s just so good at this." - rsr666

"All I can say is "WOW!" ...Ok, maybe a little bit more than, "WOW!" As a player of Dungeons and Dragons for 38 years, I knew I was going to enjoy this book series, and it did not disappoint. What I didn't know is that the narrator would blow my mind. I've never heard a single book on audible with this kind of voice range. I thought there were multiple people narrating the book. I will definitely be looking for more books read by this man" - John C.

"...Jonathan Sleep knocks this one out of the park. I don't know how many takes he has to do to keep from laughing so hard." - ATarker

"...As ever Jonathan Sleep’s fantastic and ridiculous narration brings it all to ribald life. Can’t wait for the next Critical Failures book?" - S. Donnelly

"Funny and engaging. This was one of the best narrators I've heard. The cast of characters was constantly growing and each new character sounded distinct. In many cases, a character voice would change in some way and it was the narrator doing a voice doing a voice -- and he nailed it."

 
 

REPRESENTATION

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ATLANTA

People Store

LINA RAMIREZ-MILLS

(404) 874-6448 ext 238

lramirez@peoplestore.net

SEATTLE

ZT Agency

ROBERT TOMAZIC

booking@ztagency.com

CONTACT JONATHAN

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