Larry’s #1 goal is to put a smile on the listener’s face while selling your product, service, or entertainment piece at the same time. He is the voice of your next-door neighbor, the guy telling you jokes at the office water cooler, a silly character you might find living in ToonTown, everyone’s favorite Dad, or that smooth-talking radio personality.
Allow my fun, dynamic, energetic, and professional voice to sell your product!
Animation & Videogame Demo
A fun combination of funny cartoon voices mixed with more intense videogame characters.
Black Bear Diner...Feed Your Inner Bear!
I enjoy making “homemade spots” for my favorite places to eat.
I’m a kid at heart and love toys. I created this “fan-made” 15-second spot for the folks over at “Moose Toys”.
Just Being Myself
My dream has been to be crazy characters in animation! But you know, sometimes it’s just fun being me… in cartoon form. Here’s a clip from a new YouTube series I’m on… The Toonly’s.
Character Voices - Your Friendly Auto Mechanic
Don’t you wish your local auto mechanic was as honest and friendly as this guy? I sure do.
Character Voices - Your Everyday Mobster
How We Make the Donuts
Here’s a quick sneak peek at what goes on during a “live directed” voice over session with a client*. Lots of fun, a little stressful, but the pay off is big!
*FOR DEMO PURPOSES ONLY*
The Color of War: History Channel Series
Never before seen color footage was found from World War II was made into a 13 part series narrated by Peter Coyote for the History Channel. There was no audio with the footage so the show’s creators had narration plus additional characters voiced to tell stories along with the footage. I had the privilege of voicing one of the characters.
PopRocks Promo Video
What happens when a father wants to tell his kids about how amazing the Kenner toys were, how the culture of the ’80s and early ’90s was literally worth recalling, how every movie and franchise today has recreated and borrowed heavily from a decadent and indulgent decade and the Nintendo Entertainment System was a gateway and window into his very soul, yet his kids seem to be focused more on fortnight dances and youtube videos? What happens when he meets another dad who seems exacerbated by the busy lifestyles of his teenage girls, daughters who only are content with experiencing a classic movie on their mobile phone while Snap chatting, who still plays arcade games on his VR and watches John Hughes films almost religiously and recalls with intimacy every detail of the ’80s? Pop Rocks Podcast happens.