About the VoiceOverGuy
Tom Clifford is seasoned in the basics of established forms of communication and continues to be on the forefront with new ideas and services to reach people.
About Tom Clifford
Tom, was born in Brooklyn, Long Island and raised in Uniondale & Ronkonkoma L.I. His dad hobbied in reel-to-reel recordings with his Webcor recorder that weighed a ton. Tom learned at an early age how this was a great tool to hone his talent ... for cartoon characters and imitation skills. It wasn't long, before he was entertaining his friends on the school bus with imitations of teachers. That segued into imitating politicians and movie actors. Its been a gift that led into acting & the voiceover industry. Trained by some of the best in the vo industry, Tom has been active in all phases of entertainment, broadcasting and new media for over 25 years. Represented through some of NY's top agents with bookings as a comedy relief on ABC's Daytime Soap, Carson Daly, voicing political cartoons for NBC Today, C/N's Adult Swim, MTV's Celeb DeathMatch or tons of commercial spots ...some notable enuf to appear on the silver screen with Chaz Palminteri & Sharon Stone. Plus, movie sound trax and even a little off-B'way .
Barbara Feldon & Tom at 2011 Sci-Fi /Haunt convention, spoofing her 'Get Smart-99' character and signing her new audio CD of Barbara voicing her entire book: 'Living Alone & Loving It' .
Who We Are
Tom is a voice for hire...many voices. He has mastered the art of timing with recording skills and puts them to use with state-of-the-art recording equipment to form a powerful package. Editing voice and production files for high speed delivery is a bonus that comes in handy when all's you want to do is lay pristine files into a final mix.
The Haunt Season is starting earlier & earlier and Tom's Creepy-Guy is Scaring-Up some Frightening Results...across the country. >>
Axial Trophy Trucks picks Tom as VoiceOver for their National TV roll-out campaign featured on CBS Sports >>
Hoping to get more on-board with The Family Guy this season. Pick up from last year's Denis Leary line. >>