voiceover training


Annie Sullivan

Voicing Your Projects To Life


Performing has always been something that Annie has loved doing . As a Kindergartener, she sang her first solo of "Amazing Grace" and has never looked back. Singing and acting have taken center stage for most of her life. Performing in musicals such as "Bye-Bye Birdie", "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Hit the Deck", singing at church, for weekly services, weddings, funerals and charitable events, singing the National Anthem at a Milwaukee Brewers Game in 1988 and performing as the lead singer in a classic Rock Band, Annie has been giving voice to many characters and events for years. 

In 1987, Annie was crowned Miss Milwaukee in the Miss America preliminary pageant and, after winning swimsuit preliminaries, placed in the top 10 in the Miss Wisconsin Pageant. Following graduation from the University of Wisconsin, Annie went to work for Merck, Pharmaceuticals.  After several years in the Pharmaceutical industry, Annie "retired" to motherhood. While raising her four children, Annie started a small candy company out of her home, specializing in Corporate Gifts, as well as her voice over business. Being an avid reader, singer and performer, voice-over was a natural next step. She has recorded multiple audiobooks, church service videos, political ads, telephony and on hold projects and continues with musical performances. 

Service is paramount to Annie's business. Being a perfectionist benefits her clients on multiple levels - from constantly learning in an ever changing industry to professional products being delivered in a timely fashion. Being a project oriented person makes whatever project she is working on her most important project.


Annie holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin. She has had private voice lessons, private coaching for voice acting, speech and acting classes as well as several Certificates of Completion for training courses on Gravy for the Brain. Extensive training and experience as a pharmaceutical representative, which is paramount for medical term pronunciation necessary for medical narration.



​Recording Equipment

All projects are recorded in a professional studio on a Sennheiser MK4 microphone through a Universal Audio Apollo Twin interface with Adobe Audition CC into an iMac solid state drive desktop computer. Files can be delivered as mp3, .wav, .aiff or any digital format available through Adobe Audition or via email.