Providing high-quality voice-over recordings from both her home and mobile sound studios, Tracy Elman is an experienced professional who has worked in film, television, music, and advertising. Operating the latest audio equipment, Tracy Elman can produce professional audio recordings formatted for MP3, WAV, or AIFF playback. Using a professional line of hardware, including the Miktek C5 and Shure KSM44 microphones, the Zoom H4N portable digital recorder, MicPort Pro compact USB interface, and Alesis Multimix8 analog mixer, Tracy Elman produces her work with Adobe’s Soundbooth software and other cutting-edge editing programs.
With a voice described as sexy, bold, smart, youthful, and intelligent, Tracy Elman can convincingly portray voices ranging in age from childhood to middle age. A fluent performer of North American, British, Italian, Southern, and Brooklyn accents, Tracy Elman can also sing in dialect. An astute imitator of celebrity voices, such as Edith Bunker, Julia Child, and Barbra Streisand, Tracy Elman produces voice-overs that are entertaining and convincing.
Raised in the greater Los Angeles region, Tracy Elman began acting and singing as a child performer. Attending acting school with noted performers LeVar Burton and Richard Dreyfuss, Tracy Elman continues to study voice and acting through her membership with The Network Studio, various workshops, and through study with personal coaches. A member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Tracy Elman appeared in Rob Reiner’s This is Spinal Tap, Paul Aaron’s Deadly Force, and Jerry Lewis’ Cracking Up. Tracy Elman has also starred in a television advertisement for Pizza Man pizza in Los Angeles and provided the voice-over for the watermark on DJ Prodigy’s mixtapes.
Tracy Elman believes everyone should be able to smile and is proud to support the efforts of the mobile doctor’s group Operation Smile, providing surgical solutions for children with severe cleft palate conditions worldwide.